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E-mail Your Boilermaker Friends

Below you'll find e-mail addresses for some members of the Boilermakers Union. Look up your friends and say hello.

This is a small list and we will continue to add names as people provide us with the appropriate information. To add your name and email address or update your information fill out the Member Address Form.

Instructions: To find a member's e-mail address, enter the name, lodge and/or city for the member in the Member Lookup Form. It is not necessary to fill out the whole form. All matching results will be returned and you can click on the e-mail link for the correct person (if they are available) to send a message from here, or copy the e-mail address for later use.

Member Lookup Form

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PLEASE NOTE: This list is supplied as a courtesy to members of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, et al. Only dues-paying Boilermaker members and retired members with retired member cards will be included on this listing. The Boilermakers union makes no warranty regarding the accuracy of the information provided by members and is not responsible for missed communications caused by inaccurate email addresses on this list. The Boilermakers union will not publish any information we believe to have been submitted by anyone other than the member asking for the listing. The Boilermakers union reserves the right to remove any listing from this web site, or to remove the entire list from our web site, at any time, for any reason, without notice.

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