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Brothers and Sisters,
It is with great regret I inform you that there was an On The Job Fatality yesterday, July 27th in Local #63, Oklahoma City, OK. Brother Joseph Crook, 36 years old, was working for American Elevator Company as a service/repair mechanic. Brother Crook was found, on a car top, at approximately 7 pm by the on call mechanic. Brother Crook was married and has 2 young children. No other details are available as the investigation is ongoing. Please keep Brother Crook and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
Thank you and work safe
To Local #63 and Brother Crooks family, You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow. Until we meet again, Brother, Rest In Peace.
The Officers and Members of Local #10, International Union of Elevator Constructors, are hereby notified of the passing of, Honorary Retired Member, Thomas L. Dively on July 11, 2020. All services are private.
Tom Dively was one of the nicest men you could ever want to meet. He was soft spoken and loved being an Elevator Man. He will be greatly missed by many.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Myrna, and the entire Dively family at this time of sorrow.
Rest in Peace, Brother, until we meet again.
The Union Meeting for Thursday, July 9, 2020 has been Cancelled due to the Covid 19 10 person rule. The July inductees will still be sworn in at 3:00 pm on that same day.
Brothers & Sisters,
It is with great regret to inform you that there was an on the job accident yesterday June 29th, in Local # 2 Chicago, IL. Brother Bill Rogers mechanic, 61 years old, was working for Parkway Elevator Co. when the accident occurred during a re-roping job. Today, June 30th, Brother Rogers passed away due to the injuries he received. Brother Rogers was married and has an adult daughter. No other deetails are available as the investigation is ongoing. Please Keep Brother Rogers and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
Thank you and work safe. Mike
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Brother Rogers family and co workers at Local #2. Rest in peace, Brother, until we meet again.
Words of Wisdom
Racism and economic injustice are tied at the hip and in this moment we must remind ourselves that the trade union movement at its best is a powerful force against these poisons. Both on the job and in the street we have fought for fair treatment, decent wages, healthcare, family leave, and retirement security for all workers regardless of race or gender: Transport Workers UnionPaused