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FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1893 Printed in the USA International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Vol. 12 No. 6 June 2018 IBEW News Saving Nuclear ZeroCarbon Power Under Attack in Pa., Ohio 3 Fired

2 The Electrical Worker June 2018 FROM THE OFFIC EDITORIALS E R S Planning for Victory ve always said there is no part of the U.S. where workers cant win. And when nearly 700 Atlanta Gas Light emp

The Electrical Worker June 2018 3 IBEW and Partners Working to Save Pennsylvania, Ohio Nukes F or nearly three decades, energy consumers have been sending a clear message they want clean, afforda

4 The Electrical Worker June 2018 Los Angeles Claims Its Spot as Americas No. 1 Solar City Continued from page 1 with PermaCity Solar to ensure the success of both projects. PermaCity is what in t

The Electrical Worker June 2018 5 Legislative Conference Energizes, Inspires Local Leaders in Critical Election Year M ore than 300 union leaders converged on Capitol Hill in April to talk with l

6 The Electrical Worker June 2018 NORTH OF 49 IBEW MEDIA WORLD In addition to your monthly issue of The Electrical Worker, check out the wealth of IBEWrelated information online. Credit Creative C

The Electrical Worker June 2018 7 In MemoriamMembers for Whom PBF Death Claims were Approved in Xxxx2018 April 2018 Local Surname 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

8 The Electrical Worker June 2018 ORGANIZING WIRE A Decades Difference Pays Off in the Carolinas In 2007, Charlotte, N.C., Local 379 held its meetings in a twocar garage. Outside, the rumble and ro

The Electrical Worker June 2018 9 CIRCUITS participating in a series of 12 modules, or classes, over eight weeks, covering topics like the role of the foreman, material management, labor relations,

10 The Electrical Worker June 2018 TRANSITIONS RETIRED Fielding Gurley Fielding Gurley, who spent every workweek for the past 23 years on the road assisting IBEW locals in four southern states, re

The Electrical Worker June 2018 11 with the assistant business manager Roger Perkins, who remained a mentor throughout his career at that time. He looked at my resume and thought I was pretty smart

12 The Electrical Worker June 2018 LOCAL LINES LOCAL LINES Annual Dinner Dance L.U. 8 as,em,i,mar,mt,rts,sspa, TOLEDO, OHIO Happy spring Our locals 54th Annual Dinner Dance in March had some 425

The Electrical Worker June 2018 13 our last article Christopher D. Dykes, Stephen J. Lascola Jr., Timothy J. Munsey, Robert S. Gaines, Martyn R. Montague III, Samuel W. Kivett, Dustin C. Lueker, Le

14 The Electrical Worker June 2018 LOCAL LINES nized our officers, retirees, veterans and our current apprentices. Many of the members in attendance received their yearsofservice pins. To me this i

The Electrical Worker June 2018 15 Congratulations to our new journeyman wiremen, who as of our May meeting have topped out. We wish the recent apprentice graduates continued success and safety in

16 The Electrical Worker June 2018 LOCAL LINES Solidarity and accountability are key to our success. Stewardship means we are our brotherssisters keepers. Our mandate is to organize all workers in

The Electrical Worker June 2018 17 RETIREES Stand Up for Working People Upcoming Ballot Measure RETIREES CLUB OF L.U. 1, ST. LOUIS, MO Hello from St. Louis. At this writing in the first week in Ap

18 The Electrical Worker June 2018 RETIREES future retiree events Remember our motto Dont wait participate All the above events were made possible by our hardworking local union members and Execut

The Electrical Worker June 2018 19 our Solidarity Tickets. He reported that the Labor Day Picnic will be at Rent One Park in Marion, IL, again this year. The business manager introduced Bus. Rep. J

20 The Electrical Worker June 2018 WHO WE ARE B.C. Brother Inspires at Paralympic Games T he road that took Curt Minard to PyeongChang for the 2018 Paralympics wasnt an easy one. He almost died

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