Organized September 5, 1904
The purpose of this Association shall be fraternal, and to promote Fraternal spirit among its members, to improve the methods used by rural carriers, and to benefit their conditions of labor with the United States Postal Service.
Martin T. Carey passed away shortly after Thanksgiving this year. We are still waiting on details for services and will update the site as soon as we have that information.
Marty was born July 20,1961. He started working at the United States Postal Service at the Whitehouse Station Post Office on March 16,1996. He joined the union June 4, 1997. He later was elected to the New Jersey Rural Letter Carriers' Association State Board as an Executive Board member in 1998. He was elected President of the Association in 2010 and served until 2013. He was a trainer in the Northern New Jersey rural academy, and a driver trainer. Earlier on in his career he was a member of the DJSC for QWL/EI. Marty was a frequent visitor of Eagles Fest, he attended numerous Eastern State Conferences and National Conventions.
Marty touched the hearts of many members and will be remembered for years to come. He is survived by his daughter who he loved very much and was so proud of.
*State board meeting dates are subject to change, contact Any State Board Member to confirm if attending
March 7, 2021
Location- Hampton Inn
153 W Manor Way
Robbinsville Twp., NJ 08691
The Postal Service is at a critical juncture. In the recently passed stimulus bill, Congress only included $10 billion in borrowing authority for the USPS to cover operating expenses and other costs incurred. There is no funding to pay down existing debt.
Without a proper stimulus package—something that was freely given to many corporations—the Postal Service will run out of money by summertime.
There has never been a more important moment to tell your members of Congress how disappointed you are that they have chosen to neglect a critical agency and its essential employees during this crisis. Tell them that the Postal Service is and will continue to be crucial to fighting the pandemic by delivering critical medications, testing kits, and other necessities to Americans across the country.
We anticipate that there may be more stimulus money at a later date, but it is critical that we all contact our members of Congress and let them know how we feel. Please help us by calling your members of Congress and passing this message to all rural carriers across the nation.
For instructions on how to contact your representatives and senators, along with talking points
PO Box 166
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08223
Anthony Previte Jr
45 N. Main St.
Flemington, NJ 08822
PO Box 79
Chester, NJ 07930
71 Larchmont Dr.
Hewitt, NJ 07421
P.O. Box 138
Long Valley , NJ 07853
847 Proposed Ave.
Franklinville, NJ 08322
-Promote National General Insurance Company
-Submit articles in the state paper
-Get everyone involved in promoting National General Insurance
-Maintain communication with NBIC Plan
PO Box 23
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
The new NRLCA mobile app is now available for both Apple and Android devices. Go to Apple (App Store) or Google Play and search for NRLCA to download the free official NRLCA mobile app.
If you have a current NRLCA website log-in you will use the same log-in for the mobile app. If you do not have a current website log-in, you can create a log-in through the NRLCA Mobile App.
We highly recommend that you allow for notifications as the NRLCA will be sending out important updates.
Your National Board