From left to right: front row – Jerry Colomb, Troy Rivette, Eric Roberts; middle row – Kerry Simon, Bobby Tippie, Special Rep Johnny Flores, John Hunt, IR Danny Lancaster; back Row – Reggie Keller, Kenneth Jones, Gerry Scruggs Ten members from Local Lodge 6793 of Houston, Texas received checks from the TCU Disaster Relief Fund.
Click here to read the union agreement with the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Company signed September 2, 2008.
Click here to read the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Agreement of April 1, 2008.
Fort Wayne Lodge 6760 has regularly held educational seminars but the one held September 23, 2008 in Portsmouth, Ohio, was “unique” because it was “geared toward union benefits, contract rights” and a variety of other topics members need to know about. The idea for this wide-ranging seminar was Local Chairman Steve Wilhelm’s. “Portsmouth was selected
From left are Frank Rodriguez, Michael Williams, Adam Moore and Benny Morris. Thanks to quick action by Lodge 6060 carmen, their union brother Joe Mixon is alive and well today. The four heroes—Adam Moore, Benny Morris, Frank Rodriguez and Michael Williams—are Mixon’s co-workers at the Norfolk Southern Rail Yard in Birmingham, Alabama. It was
September 5, 2008 —A tentative agreement for carmen with the Delaware & Hudson Railway Company of the Canadian Pacific is now being submitted to the involved members for their review and ratification. Ratification ballots are in the mail; to be counted, ballots must be received by the Carmen Division by September 25, 2008. The new terms were
Carmen Division members of Local 6983 in Maine who are employed by the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Company ratified new contract terms August 18, 2008. Union negotiators included Division General Vice President Alex Novakovic, International Representative Jack Wright and Assistant International Representatives Roger Cain and David Fancher. Read the agreement. Posted September 3, 2008
In Portsmouth, Ohio, when two members of Carmen Division Local 6760 suffered devastating losses in two separate fires, the membership there rallied to help them, reports Local Chairman Steve Wilhe lm. Rob Mullins lost his house to fire when a refrigerator malfunctioned. Fortunately, nobody was injured. For Tim Wolfe, it was a matter of arson:
Click here to read the agreement signed February 1, 2008.
Click here to read the agreement signed April 23, 2008.