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John T. Fultz

International Vice President - Northeast States Section

(Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia)

John T. Fultz - International Vice President for the Northeast States Section

John Fultz is the Boilermakers’ International Vice President for the Northeast Section.

He began his career in 1974 as an apprentice with Boilermakers Local 175, Oswego, New York (now Local 5, Zone 175), and graduated as a journeyman in 1978.

He worked as a field construction Boilermaker until 1997, when he was elected Business Manager/Secretary-Treasurer of L-175.

In 2004, Fultz became a Construction Division International Rep while also working as L-175 BM-ST. He moved to a full-time rep position in 2008.

Fultz was appointed Assistant Director of Construction Sector Operations in 2009. After eight years in that position, he was appointed Executive Director – CSO and Assistant Director of Administrative Affairs of the International President. He was also appointed Special Assistant to the International President. He held the ED-CSO position for only a short time before being elected IVP-NE.

Fultz also serves as a trustee and secretary on the boards of the Boilermakers National Health and Welfare Fund and the Boilermaker-Blacksmith National Pension Trust. In addition, he serves on the Joint Committee on Administration for the National Funds.

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