President Margie McDaniel
229 Barbara Sue Lane
Mt. Washington, KY 40047
Margie McDaniel

November 7, 1996 was the day I hired in at the Shepherdsville Post Office as a RCA.  When I hired in, it took approximately 4 years to make Regular.  Then came DPS.  With the evaluation standards, that set us back at least 2 years, making it 6.  Next came the terrorists’ attacks on September 11, 2001.  The resulting drop in the economy and its impact on the USPS cost us another year.  Finally in November of 2003, seven years and one week after I hired in, I made Regular.  In 2010, I was the successful bidder on Route 10, and will probably remain here until I retire.  It is currently a 44K, and has a lot of growth.
My husband Derrick and I live two miles from where I grew up.  I spent 4 years in California, six in South Carolina and found my way back home.  I served in the Air Force from 1981-1985 at March AFB in Riverside, CA.  That was a very busy time in my personal life as I met and married Derrick, and had two beautiful children Rachel and Joshua.  When Joshua first went away to college at Transylvania University in Lexington he told me that he did not think he could ever live in a small town again.  From Lexington he went to Pittsburgh, PA and then to Boston, MA where he resides today.  Rachel, and her husband Mike,  live within a mile and the two older grandchildren Dylan and Savannah can ride their bikes over.  Coulson the three year old, gives the best hugs and fills my heart as only a little one can do.
I started with the Association as District E Vice President.  I then was elected President and served in that office and as an elected State Board Member until I decided to run for Vice President of the State.  Having successfully served as Vice President for two years, I am extremely honored to have been elected President.  It is an exciting time in the life of the Association with 3 new Board Members, one being the Vice President. 
John Adams is quoted as saying "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.   My personal goal, and I hope every member of this Association takes it as their goal, is to help these elected leaders to do just that. 
Margie McDaniel,President