Retired Postal Clerk Donna Waldhorn
About Donna Waldhorn
A retired clerk and passport agent for
the United States Postal Service, Donna Waldhorn sold stamps, sorted
mail, and collected data for US passports at the Hartsdale Post Office
in New York from 1983 to 2008. During her tenure with the post office,
Donna Waldhorn returned to school to earn a bachelor of arts in liberal
studies and history cum laude from the State University of New York at
Now fully enjoying her retirement, Waldhorn is an avid collector of stamps, Beanie Babies, and Barbie dolls, and she enjoys trading and selling these items at collectors’ shows. She became interested in stamp collecting while working for the USPS and owns a wide range of American and foreign stamps. Additionally, her Beanie Baby collection numbers in the 300s, with some dating back to the early 1990s, and her Barbie collection contains many high-end Bob Mackie and Hollywood legend dolls.
In addition to pursuing her favorite hobbies in her retirement, Donna Waldhorn is an animal lover who supports local animal shelters and rescue groups. She has six cats of her own and is looking forward to adding a dog to her family soon.