Hi. My name is Bridgit and I am a funeral director in Houston, Texas. (Another hot spot for the virus.) Today I had a loved ones' cremated remains delivered to a family in Tampa, Florida. While understanding the importance of social distancing I find it repulsive to know that the USPS postal delivery resulted in the "package" being left at the door. In my eyes, it's like leaving a BODY on the FRONT PORCH. We pay for a signature for a reason. In which one was not taken.... and the box is CLEARLY marked "CREMATED REMAINS" on the outside. This is an issue that most certainly needs to be addressed and prevented from happening again. You can't just order another father's ashes on Amazon if someone takes the box off of the front steps. They didn't even ring the door bell or knock. I am seriously disgusted by the lack of moral and care that my family had to discover. I truly hope this doesn't happen to anyone else ever again. Data provided by USPS Tracking number 9509010592410231277357 Delivered August 19, 11:21AM Tampa, FL
At apartment buildings magazines, AARP bulletins, Medicare booklets, etc. etc. are piled for anyone to take on the counter. Even though each one has a printed name and address. I did not get my Medicare Booklet for 2020 or my AARP Bulletin because whoever wants can just walk up and take it. We have private mailboxes but the carriers are to lazy to use them. People sending ads, info booklets, AARP, pay postage to get to a certain mailbox. Mailing lists are purchased to hit certain addresses and people. This I believe is breaking a law of some sort.I pay dues to AARP and pay Medicare. etc. I do not appreciate the carriers dumping it for anyone to take ......poor job poor supervision poor job etiquette.