Steven L. Roberts is a retired government worker and former educator who has accrued over 40 years in his profession. Retired since 2009, he most recently served as a human resources specialist with the U.S. Postal Service in Denver, a position he started in 1993. Prior to this appointment, he was an examination network coordinator for the Postal Service in Tucson, Arizona, from 1981 to 1993. While living in Arizona, Mr. Roberts also served as an employment counselor for the State of Arizona between 1979 and 1981. He commenced his career as a teacher at the Goshen County School District and Moorcroft High School.
Drawing upon a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wyoming and Master of Education from the University of Arizona, Mr. Roberts is also known for his contributions to the First Presbyterian Church of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Impressively, he has further contributed his wealth of knowledge to the “Wyoming Almanac,” an eightedition publication he has co-authored with his two brothers since 1989. Immensely proud of his long and eventful career, he notes that he always enjoyed his vocation and never had any regrets.
At the inception of his career, Mr. Roberts was influenced by his high school history teachers, who inspired him to pursue history professionally. After taking a civil service test in Arizona, he entered the field and never looked back. As a testament to his success and longevity in the industry, Mr. Roberts received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Wyoming. Most notably, he was also recognized for Perfect Attendance for 42 Years by the U.S. Postal Service. In light of his exceptional undertakings, he was further highlighted in the 54th edition of Who’s Who in America in 1999.
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