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A job well done: US Postal Service employee Floyd Martin has been delivering mail to the same community of residents in Marietta, Ga., for more than two decades. As of May 23, Martin is retired, but on his last day, friend and local journalist Jennifer Brett joined him on his last ride.

“Floyd Martin retires after nearly 35 years as a mailman tomorrow. I went with him on his route today,” she tweets from her account @Jennifer__Brett.

According to Brett, Martin graduated from Marietta High School in 1975, and joined the USPS a few years later when they offered him a job with twice what he was making at a bank.

“I was like, ‘OK when you do want me to start?’ ” he tells Brett.

Brett reports stories of Martin’s kindness as told by those on his route: feeding his neighbors’ pets, bringing their newspapers to the doorstep, offering lollipops to children.

“Kids on his route love, love, L-O-V-E Mr. Floyd. Little Mae Bullington dressed up as Mr. Floyd on the day her school had career day,” writes Brett.

“I was so flattered,” he tells her. “It touched my heart.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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