Bennington Banner. 31 Mar 1975
a fatally a he used The in St. member of of of 23 72, wife at and Bennington's new Postmaster, Warren E. Gager, thirxl from left, poses his top assistants and outgoing acting Postmaster taon Jasanis, far left will return to Pittsfieid, Mass. Beside Gager ure Charles L'Heureux, custnnior service manager, ami Stephen Hannon, acting mail processor manager. Career man is named Bennington Postmaster Warren E. Gager, a career postal worker from Ballston Spa, N.Y., who began working for the U.S. Post Office Department in 1945, has been named the new Postmaster of the Bennington post office. The announcement was made by William F. Bolger, postmaster of the northeast postal region. Gager was nominated for the post under provisions of the merit selection systeia, and was approved by the Northeast Regional Management Selection Board. His appointment is not subject to Senate confirmation. Gager worked for 23years on mail trains and the last mai 1 bus, called highway post offices, which came through Bennington on its regular trip from Albany, N.Y. Burlington. Since 1972 Gager has been assistant postmaster at Ballston Spa, N.Y., and before that served in a variety of supervisory positions at the Albany, N.Y., office from 1968-1971. A native of Jamaica, N.Y., Gager graduated from Babylon High School Babylon, N.Y. He also completed several Postal Service management and supervisory courses. Gager served three years with the U.S. Marine Corps during War n, and now lives with his family Schenectady.