Nation’s oldest mail carrier retires at 91 in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — At 91 years old, the country’s oldest mail carrier is finally hanging up his keys after driving more than 1.1 million miles delivering mail in Tennessee.

According to the U.S. Postal Service, rural carrier Mancel Prince will make one more lap of his nearly 100-mile route before he retires on Friday in Decherd.

Knoxville News Sentinel

2 thoughts on “Nation’s oldest mail carrier retires at 91 in Tennessee

  1. ENJOY!!! Mr.Prince, You deserve it! We promise to NEVER be late with your retirement check!! (it’s in the mail) Lots of Love, from your fellow USPS Co-workers!!

  2. He is some dude! I often say they don’t make them like this anymore! I wish him much success in his retirement. I am truly inspired by men and women of this generation, they have longevity in every aspect of life. “God bless you In Jesus Name Mr. Prince!”

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