Larchmont Man's Ashes Go Missing, Post Office at a Loss

When 62-year-old Miles Eaddy's remains never arrived in the mail, a Larchmont widow was shocked to find out their whereabouts were unknown.


Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction they say. 

When Larchmont resident Shelly Eaddy requested that the NJ cemetery that cremated her husband mail his ashes to her, she expected to receive them within a reasonable period of time, as reported by WABC-TV.  

Almost a month after they were mailed, two postal employees knocked on her door and informed her that the ashes were lost and that there was nothing more they could do, said the report.

Eaddy is suing the U.S. Postal Service for an undetermined amount. 

lucy Johanson April 20, 2012 at 11:42 AM
This is horrible. Would not surprise me if they were lost at this end. Lost or delayed mail, along with a general lack of quality service, seems to be the norm at the Larchmont Post Office . We received a piece of mail, mailed within Larchmont, post marked 5 months previously, with footprints all over it! In addition, I was called horrible names by one Larchmont postal worker when he blocked a narrow road with his truck and I politely asked him to move it a bit forward, so I could drive thru!! With such low standards of service, it is no wonder the Postal Service is going bankrupt.
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