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Warren Fairley

International Vice President - Southeast States Section

(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Puerto Rico, Isthmus of Panama and the U.S. Virgin Islands.)

Warren Fairley - International Vice President - Southeast States Section

Warren Fairley is the Boilermakers’ International Vice President for the Southeast Section.

A 27-year member of Local 693 (Pascagoula, Mississippi), he worked in the rigging department at Ingalls Shipbuilding, was elected L-693 Business Manager in 1996, and became an International Rep at the completion of his term.

In 2003, he was made Assistant to the International President and Assistant Director of the Shipbuilding Division. One month later, he was promoted to Deputy Director of that division, and in 2005 became Executive Assistant to the International President and Director of the Shipbuilding & Marine Services Division.

In 2007, Fairley was elected International Vice President-At-Large for the Industrial Sector, a position he held until October 2010, when he was elected to the office of International Vice President for the Southeast Section.

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