OHIO Postmasters Proudly Serving America
OHIOPostmasters ProudlyServing America


Sharon Watson,

the daughter of Retired Postmaster (deceased) 

Frank Goldie, passed away 12/2/2016. 

A service will be held at the

Dale Riggs Funeral Home

572 Nebraska Ave

Toledo OH 43604

Tuesday, 1/3/2017, 11:00 AM

Friends may visit one hour prior to the service

Debbie Justice 

Ohio NAPUS extends our sympathy to our Ohio NAPUS Vice President Debbie Justice. Debbie's grandchild passed at birth. Please keep Debbie, her daughter and family in your thoughts and prayers. Cards may be sent to:


Mr and Mrs Ty Justice

42569 National Rd

Belmont OH 43718


Frank Goldie

Frank C. Goldie 95, passed away August 3, 2016 at Advanced Specialty Hospital of Toledo.  A native of Toledo, he was a graduate of Woodward High School and a member of their ‘Hall of Fame”. He went on to study Education and Engineering at University of Toledo. Frank married the former Cleo Taylor in 1942. They were married 70 years when she preceded him in death in 2012.  Frank served in the U.S. Army during  World War II, as a member of the Tuskegee Airmen 477th Composite Group 318th AAF and was honorably discharged in 1946.  Frank then began a long and successful career with the US Post Office on September 17, 1947 in Toledo, OH as a distribution clerk, progressing though many promotions until May 2, 1972 when  he was appointed MSC Manager/Postmaster of Toledo, OH.  He directed all postal services in 8 counties in Northwest Ohio.  Five years later he was promoted to Postmaster of Chicago, the largest Post Office in the world under one roof.
Frank was active in many civic, charitable and social organizations in Chicago and Toledo.  In Chicago, this included the NAACP, the Urban League, The Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry and the United Negro College Fund.  He was also a member of the Executive Committee of the Chicago Federal Executive Board and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago.  He was also very active in various United States Postal Service organizations including serving as a founding member of the Networking Possibilities Group and the Afrianc American Postal League United for Success (A-PLUS) organization and most notably serving on the National Publicity Committee for 18 years with the National Association of Postmasters (NAPUS). He served as a mentor to many Post Office employees all over the world. After his retirement, he became a Postal Consultant for 3 years.  He moved to Columbus in 1992 and then returned to his hometown of Toledo, OH. 
Frank and his wife Cleo, traveled the world.  They made many trips to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.   
He was a devoted member of All Saints Episcopal Church and a member of the Vestry and their Senior Warden.  He was a member of The Coterie and a board member of the Frank Troy Center.  Frank shared his wisdom and insight with many individuals.  He was respected and loved for his generosity, patience, kindness and positive attitude. He was upbeat and always greeted you with an encouraging and complimentary word and his ever present warm smile. 
Frank leaves to cherish his memory daughter Sharon Goldie Watson of Ann Arbor, MI, aunt Kandice Kendall, niece Beverly (Wayne) McKeller of Oregon, OH, great nephew Lt. Col John D. Reynolds JR. of Arlington, VA, great niece Jessica Goldie McKeller of Toledo, OH,  God Daughter Charlma J. Quarles of Washington D.C., Special Niece Margot Smith of San Jose, CA, cousins Nicole Bishop, Karen Kendall, Mary Segur, great great nieces Wynter Urban and Kharma Turner, special friends Marian Stokes and Eric J. Walker, his All Saints Episcopal Church Family, his United State Postal Service Colleagues, National Association of Postmasters Family and many, many friends.
Visitation will be Friday 5 – 8p.m. Dale-Riggs Funeral Home Chapel,572 Nebraska Avenue Toledo, OH funeral services Saturday 10:30 a.m. All Saints Episcopal Church, 563 Pinewood Avenue, Toledo, OH, entombment Ottawa Hills Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made to All Saints Episcopal Church Frank and Cleo Goldie Scholarship Fun , USPS NAPUS Frank C. Goldie Networking Possibilities  Scholarship Fund, the UNCF or the charity of the donor’s choice, www.dalefh.com


Steve Stapleton

Ohio NAPUS extends heartfelt sympathy to the family of past President Steve Stapleton. Steve and Diana's daughter, Hannah Joy Stapleton, passed away June 1, 2016. She was 28 years old and leaves behind a young daughter. A Go Fund Me account has been set up for Hannah's daughter. Cards can be sent to:


          Mr and Mrs Steve Stapleton

          5286 Phillipsburg-Union Road

          Englewood OH 45322

The is your place to put news of concern to fellow members such as illnesses, deaths, births, happy news, sad news, etc


Please send items to :


OHIO Napus Website

C/O  Jordan Davenport

4775 E Janes Lane

Port Clinton OH 43452

or mlna43452@gmail.com


Now you can read your

Ohio State Buckeye

while visiting this site

 See the 'Ohio State Buckeye' page for the full newsletter.


Have you reviewed your office ? 

Dont wait until the end of the year.

Go to our POST Plan page for a Powerpoint explanation.

The 80th Annual

NAPUS Ohio Chapter

State Convention was a great success....

additional info at the state convention page 

The League and NAPUS National and State Presidents  joined us for the entire convention.

Important Dates

The  2017


State convention has been set for

May21-24, 2017, at the Kalahari Convention Center, Sandusky Ohio 44870. 

The 2017 UPMA

National Convention

has been set for

August 5-11 in

Louisville KY

at the Galt House Hotel


 A Message From Your Webmaster 

Please help to keep our website the BEST!!! 

Send  your suggestions, 

messages, photos, and other information to


Thank You 

 Jordan Davenport

Print Print | Sitemap Recommend this page Recommend this page
© © National Association of Postmasters of the United States - OHIO Chapter