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Mississippi River District Lodge 5

The Mississippi River District Lodge 5, located in Slidell, Louisiana was created in August 2002. Its affiliated Local Lodges are 37, 69, 110.

Officers

  • Anthony Howell - Business Manager/Executive Secretary Treasurer
  • Brett Moltz - President
  • Timothy Bradbury - Vice President
  • Terry Lamb - Trustee Chairman
  • Richard Rowley - Board of Trustees

Services to Affiliated Lodges

The services provided include day-to-day affairs of the district and its local lodges, formulating policies that serve the best interest of the membership, creating and utilizing marketing efforts within industries that Boilermakers service, and improving manhours and recruitment within the region.

Industries and Employers

Our members are employed by Ohmstede shops, ApCom Power, Babcock & Wilcox, Fluor Maintence, Day and Zimmerman, Stone and Webster, and various other local and national employers.

Contact Information

565 J.F. Smith Avenue, Suite B
Slidell, Louisiana 70460
Phone: (985) 641-6605
Fax: (985) 641-6608

Region Contact Phone Fax
Louisiana Anthony Howell (985) 847-9660/70 (985) 847-9626
Arkansas Rodney Allison (501) 565-0059 (501) 565-0112
Mississippi Jimmy Bragg Jr. (601) 544-3700 (601) 544-3720

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