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Sometimes a picture is so powerful and special that it speaks for itself This is one of those pictures that is truly worth a thousand words. Spc. Jonathan
Axmacher, 812th MP Co.. grandson of Jean and Ray Axmacher of Bethpage and son of Kerrin and Raymond, is seen in this photo with a group of Iraqi chil-dren
in Mosul this past December. We salute Jonathan and all of his fellow soldiers who are making a difference in our world by serving our Country. We owe
all of you a world of thanks and gratitude. God Bless Jonathan and all our military. May they return home quickly and safely.
We'll All Miss Richard Peterson!
For more years than we can remember the smiling face of
Richard Peterson has graced the counter at the Bethpage Post
Office. Whether he was selling you some stamps, helping you to
send your package off safely or answering any and all postal ques-tions
that his customers may have had, Richard was always profes-sional
and courteous to his patrons. We want to wish Richard best
wishes on his recent retirement as well as thank him for many,
many years of courtesy and service to the community of Bethpage.
We'll miss you an wish you the best of health and happiness in
your much deserved retirement!
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