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Lone Star District Lodge

The Lone Star District Lodge located in Beaumont, Texas was created on July 1, 2002 and is the largest one-state district in the Brotherhood. Its affiliated Local Lodges are 74, 132, 587, and 592.

Officers and Staff

  • Clay Herford - Business Manager/Executive Secretary
  • Herman Sullivan - President
  • Don Whisenant - Vice-President
  • Cathy Motley - Secretary

Services to Affiliated Lodges

The Lone Star District Lodge is primarily an administrative, servicing, and coordinating body. Its principle functions are to provide mutual protection and harmonious relationships between its affiliated lodges and to coordinate and assist in the attainment of the economic and other objections of its affiliated lodges. It shall be empowered to engage or assist in organizing efforts, and in the collective bargaining process, settling grievances, and establishing training programs.

Industries and Employers

Our members are employed by the following companies, as well as many refineries:

  • Power Plant Facilities

    • Texas Genco
    • LCRA
    • CPS
  • Nuclear Facility

    • STNP

Meetings

A District meeting is scheduled every 6 months.

Contact Information

87 Interstate 10 N., Suite 102
Beaumont, TX 77707-2542
Phone: (409) 813-1431
Fax: (409) 813-1483

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