Michelle Tucker will be sworn in as Santa Rosa’s new postmaster on July 11 at the city’s main post office on Second Street.
Tucker, who was named to the position in May, oversees 272 postal employees, 8,132 post offices boxes and deliveries to more than 88,000 homes and businesses.
Tucker began her career with the Postal Service in 1989 in a temporary assignment known as a “Christmas casual.” In 1996 she became a customer service support supervisor in Vallejo, and she was appointed Sonoma’s postmaster of Sonoma in 2006 and Novato’s postmaster in 2007.
“The Santa Rosa post office employees and I are dedicated to providing exceptional service to this wonderful community,” she said in a statement.
Tucker’s formal installation will take place at 11 a.m.