By Correne Martin
Just as the old Bob Dylan song goes: The times, they are a-changin’. The United States Postal Service has seen its fair share of changes through the years with regard to automation, variety of mailings, technology, office hours and personnel. Recently, the post offices in Eastman and Wauzeka have experienced yet another change, with the retirement of their postmasters, Marcia Clark and Galen Freymiller, respectively. Both completed their three-decade careers with the postal service on Sept. 30.
“The postal service has been a great place to work. I enjoyed mail distribution and interacting with the people,” said Clark, a McGregor resident who was postmaster in Eastman for 23 years. “The many changes through the years have made it challenging. But the people of Eastman welcomed me into their community and my co-workers made my job easier.”