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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 55, Number 4
Oct 2016 to Dec 2016

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2016, Boilermaker National Apprenticeship Contest, MOST National Tripartite partners brave stormy weather, Bryan Steam celebrates 100 years, L-37's Howell thankful for flood relief, International announces scholarship winners and much, much more.

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Bryan Steam marks 100 years, cites L-357 members

LOCAL 357 (Peru, Indiana) members took part in celebrating the 100-year anniversary of their employer, Bryan Steam, August 16, during ceremonies at the plant. The firm began operation in 1916 building steam tractors and cars. Union Boilermakers there now build steam boilers for large commercial, institutional and industrial facilities. Company President Bryan O’Toole thanked L-357 members and retirees for their role in making Bryan Steam successful. Pictured in front of a Bryan Steam tractor are, left to right, International Rep Bill Coleman, O’Toole and L-357 President John Benedict.
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