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Locals award service pins

Local 1 • Chicago

JOHN F. RIEL, BM-ST of Local 1, Chicago, reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 70 YEARS — Lee Gustafson;
  • 55 YEARS — Gerald Daniel, Wayne Daniel;
  • 45 YEARS — James Altman, Thomas Brennan, James Hess, Ben Kosiek, Thomas Patterson;
  • 40 YEARS — Richard Carlson, James Carpenter, Robert Eisenhammer, Dennis Finnegan, Ernest Gossett, Paul Gurgone, Darrall Halsey, Charles Hayes, Ted Heda, Robert Hughes, Robert Knowles, Raymond Lewis, Larry Nolan, Chris Preble, Andrew Reid, John Riel, Jack Ruby, Kevin Sheehan, Louis Truffa, James Ward;
  • 35 YEARS — Roland Leavitt;
  • 30 YEARS — James Maddox; and
  • 25 YEARS — Gregory Hinds, Michael McNeal.

Local 7 • Buffalo, N.Y.

DAN DECARLO, BM-ST of Local 7, Buffalo, N.Y., reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 60 YEARS — Richard J. Morawski;
  • 50 YEARS — George C. Boice, Frederick E. Carpenter, William P. Melski;
  • 45 YEARS — Henry A. Felschow, Roy D. MacDonald, James C. Nowocien, John J. Peschio, Michael K. Smerka, John B. Yanni;
  • 40 YEARS — Joseph D. Brown, Richard E. Chmiel, Vernon E. Ford, Glenn A. French, F. Patrick Lyons, John R. Mascio, Terrence M. Rose, Patrick M. Walsh, Michael F. Witkowski;
  • 35 YEARS — Joseph A. Aguilar, Wayne E. Jones, Dennis R. Smith, Robert T. Streiff, Donald R. Weishaar Jr., William J. Riley;
  • 30 YEARS — Timothy A. Boice; and
  • 25 YEARS — Bruce D. Mungall.

Local 83 • Kansas City, Mo.

JOE LEWANDOWSKI, BM-ST of Local 83, Kansas City, Mo., reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 45 YEARS — Michael D. Anderson;
  • 30 YEARS — Howard Waldrop III;
  • 25 YEARS — James M. Barnes, Lowell Grosskreutz, John Hanson, Loren Shuey;
  • 20 YEARS — Larry Faiferlick, Jay Foraker, Michael Hodges,Terry Holderfield, Larry McKinley, Ronald Rose, Arlin Thody; and
  • 15 YEARS — Michael J. Anderson, Luanne Arroyo, James Bain Jr., Gene Bratkov, Victor Brown, Damon Cernetisch, James Cookson, Troy Eastin, Eric Flott, Robert Fowler, Kristian Harmon, Timothy Heider, Jimmy Holden II, Francis Limburger III, Jasper Lisenbee II, Vince Morales, Harold Neblock, Billy Parker, Nicholas Scherman, James Smith Jr., Roger Stephens, Garry Talkington.

Local 502 • Puyallup, Wash.

TRACEY EIXENBERGER, BM-ST of Local 502, Puyallup, Wash., reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 55 YEARS — Gunter Gervais, L.L. Rafferty, Jack Wehrli;
  • 50 YEARS — William Cottrell, John Henry, Michael Mantei, Patrick Morse, Robert W. Thomas;
  • 45 YEARS — Marvin Calkins, Joe Plattner, Timothy Russ;
  • 40 YEARS — Bruce Burge, Jack Forbes, Elmer Garrett, Richard Gregovich, Michael Hollinger, Michael Knapp, Rickey Lappegard, John Pile, Thomas Segundo, Steve Shaw, Timothy White, Michael Woodruff;
  • 35 YEARS — Michael Weaver;
  • 30 YEARS — James Rhodes, Anthony Sprinkle; and
  • 25 YEARS — William H. Cox, Louis Day, David Livingston, Gerald Mantei, Keith Novak, James Ridings, Parker Rogers, Dale Roppe.

Local 627 • Phoenix

JACOB EVENSON, BM-ST of Local 627, Phoenix, reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 55 YEARS — Richard Blank Sr., Ira Henry, Donald Phillips, Ervin Shipman;
  • 50 YEARS — Paul J. Clark, Louis Hammond, Harry Joiser;
  • 45 YEARS — Ronald Bennett, Martin Feliciano, Albert Galimba,Bennie Jameson, Joel Ross, Ronnie White;
  • 40 YEARS — Clement Ashley, Larry Beckelman, Russell Crossan, Gary Evenson, Allen Meyers, F. Kelly Scott;
  • 35 YEARS — Kee Cly, John King, Phillip Wilson;
  • 30 YEARS — Rudy Pariga, James Romero, William Schwartz;
  • 25 YEARS — Orlando Baca, Donald Barcelo, Stephen Bodine, Martin Crank, Nick Garcia, Zane Simon, Manuel Wilson;
  • 20 YEARS — Tracy Bigthumb, Homer Fowler, Paul Lindberg, Cecil Smith, Alvin Stapleton, Don Stapleton; and
  • 15 YEARS — Fernando Baca, Robert Benally, George Berumen, Conley Carroll, Pat Castillo, Jeff G. Christiansen, Thomas Paul Clark, Franklin Coleman, Holly Dejolie, Ike Dugi, Jeremiah Dugi, Darryl Goldtooth, Amos Grass Jr., Lee Jones, Nathan Kee, Victor Mandrial, Melvin Mike, Conrad Morgan, Frank Nockideneh, Michael Paquin, Albert Patterson, Karlyn Smallcanyon, Nolton Tsinnijinnie, Sammie Walker, Josef Wood, Billy Yazzie Sr., Donald Yu, Albert Zahne.

Local 647 • Minneapolis

LUKE VOIGT, BM-ST of Local 647, Minneapolis, reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

  • 60 YEARS — Phillip R. Engler;
  • 55 YEARS — Richard G. Kurash;
  • 50 YEARS — Robert E. Beckman, Dayle P. Paulson, Glen M. Peterson, Gary D. Stevenson;
  • 45 YEARS — Wayne J. Brinkman, Donald J. Brown, Kenneth E. Strusz;
  • 40 YEARS — Randall J. Eudy, Scott R. Fritz, Duane Iverson, William J. Krause, Robert H. Lange, Dennis W. Torgerson, Gerald R. Zehren;
  • 35 YEARS — Douglas J. Helwick, Edwin Landeis, James M. Link, Jack A. Nelson, Paul D. Rasmussen, Ronald R. Zack;
  • 30 YEARS — Roy M. Hietalati, Carlyle W. Sailer, Dale H. Wallner;
  • 25 YEARS — Gregory D. Staton;
  • 20 YEARS — Dale C. Gill, David M. Kantola, Wade A. Kaseman; and
  • 15 YEARS — David M. Borner, Douglas A. Brown, Ludwig C. Carlson III, Brennan L. Fayerweather, Timothy J. Fuller, Todd M. Hawkins, Todd C. Hoffman, John N. Lindquist, Terry L. Lindstrom, Brady Marsolais, Robert P. Mike, Timothy M. Monster, John C. Murray, Bryan J. Springer, Richard J. Wappula, Christopher R. Zack.
Tags  Local News
Locals  L-1, L-7, L-83, L-502, L-627, L-647
Reporter  V54N4
Published on the Web: February 2, 2016

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