NORTH SALT LAKE — For 22 years, "neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night" stopped Russ Muir from doing his job at the North Salt Lake post office.
Time, however, is something nobody can beat.
"When I went in to work this morning I broke down,” Muir said, wiping his eyes.
Today was his last day. Once he walked out the doors Friday evening, his retirement officially began.
"I want a change. There are other places I can serve, in the church or community. I’m not just going to sit here and sip lemonade," he said.
Including postal jobs in Layton, Woods Cross and Bountiful, Muir has spent 41 years working for the United States Postal Service. That’s a long time for someone in any job. But Muir he said it never really seemed like a job.