Kelly Abney Announces Retirement From USPS

One of the key architects of the Postal Service’s network redesign will soon be stepping down. 

Kelly Abney, chief logistics officer and executive vice president, will be retiring his position effective July 5, according to a USPS release. Abney came to USPS in 2020 and began his current role in June 2022. 

In the release, USPS said, “Kelly has been a key contributor to our Delivering for America transformation and has achieved many accomplishments through his leadership of our logistics organization.” 

Ron Jarriel will be stepping into a variant on Abney’s role June 29: USPS’s incoming chief logistics & infrastructure officer and executive vice president. 

The release also noted that Pete Routsolias will be promoted to acting senior vice president of logistics.