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Wayne Truong to be sworn in as Monrovia’s 21st postmaster

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On Thursday, Dec. 16, Wayne Truong was sworn in as the new postmaster at the Monrovia Post Office, located on 225 South Ivy St.

Truong’s appointment is following a tradition that dates back to 1886 when Charles H. Stewart became the first postmaster of the city.

As postmaster of Monrovia, he will be responsible for the management of postal operations in the 91008, 91010, 91016 and 91017 ZIP Codes. He oversees 79 employees who provide service to 27,234 street addresses and 1,838 Post Office Boxes, serving a population of over 36,816.

Truong began his postal career in 1998, as a PTF Letter Carrier. During his career, he has held positions as an acting supervisor and a customer service associate at the Verdugo Viejo Station and the Grand Central Station, both in Glendale. 

In November 2014, he was officially promoted as the supervisor of customer service at the Burbank Post Office. From there, Truong has held various positions where he was detailed as a postmaster at the Sun Valley Main Post Office and manager of customer services at the Studio City Post Office. And in February 2019, he was promoted as the postmaster at the Tujunga Post Office Jolene Fischer, California 4 Manager Post Office Operations.

Truong succeeds former Monrovia Postmaster Amparo (Diaz) Gonzalez.

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