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Members receive Code training at Local 363

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First day participants

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Second day participants

FIFTY-FIVE MEMBERS of Local 363 (East St. Louis, Illinois) completed Boilermaker Code training July 5-6. Instructors Chuck Clancy and Ed Hebert taught the class. MOST Mobilization and Training Representative Tony Smarra provided technical assistance.

First day participants included Jarrod Adams, Frank Brock, William Browning, Mark Carroll, Michael Coy, Montgomery Dealey, Steve Dean, Raju Dirnberger, Guy Dolph, Lawrence Hamby, Allen Hardiek, Brad Hawkins, Jay Hill, Pete Hofmeister, Angie Holder, Adam Kress, Mark Kuergeleis, Richard Lange, Mark Leezy, Joe Matt, Mike Oakley, Stephen Padgett, Andrew Peradotto, Matt Riggs, Zachary Sisk, Jeffery Smith, Josh Sowers, Joshua Underhill and Darrell Young.

Second day participants included Todd Acord, Phillip Alvis II, Rich Atwood, Ryan Atwood, Klayton Buhs, Amber Cornish, Darrick Creech, Michael Dinan, Joe English, Jeff Friedel, John Hill, Tom Hultquist, Heath Jamerson, Travis Johnson, Steve Kehrer, Matt Keller, Vernon Krotz, Ryan Marko, Mike McMillin, Clifford Morton, Zach Nalley, Jordan Ridgway, Rob Sidwell, Ryan Stangle, Curtis Thompson and Dave Toring.

Locals  L-363
Reporter  V56N3
Published on the Web: September 19, 2017

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