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Today in Labor History

July 3, 1835
2000 workers, many of whom are children, from 20 textile mills in Paterson, NJ, went on strike. They demanded 11 hour days (down from 13.5 hours). Employers refused to negotiate and broke the strike by declaring a reduction in work hours to twelve hours daily during the week and nine hours on Saturdays.
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Officers & Staff
Secretary-Treasurer
Tom Krause


Tom is a 31-year Teamster, and comes out of Roadway Express. He  has been Local 992's principle officer since 2003 and the local organizer for 6 years. Tom serves on the Maryland-DC Freight Negotiating Committee.




President
Daryl Jamison


Daryl joined UPS Hagerstown and the Teamsters in 1987.  Of those 30 years he has served over 5 years as acting steward and 1 year as the recording secretary before being appointed as President and Business Agent in 2015.  Daryl was then elected President in 2016.  Daryl, his wife Stacy, and their two children reside in Williamsport, MD.




Vice-President
Daniel Craytor



Recording Secretary
Edward Barrett III



Trustee
Jamie Siford


Jamie joined the Teamsters Union in 1999 and is employed by Redland Brick. He's been a shop steward since 2005.




Trustee
Travis Newman


Travis graduated from Shippensburg University with a Bacherlors of Science in 2006.  He started working in 2007 with Franklin County Adult Probation, where he has also been a steward for over 7 years.  In his free time Travis is an active member with the Franklin County Sportsmen for Youth Field Day event.  He is also a Hunter Trapper Education Instructor for the Pennsylvania Game Commission.




Trustee
P. Douglas Delauter


Doug became a Teamster member in 2001 when he began driving for Consolidated Freightways.  A year later he switched to Overnight, which became UPS Freight in 2008.  At that time he used his prior experience as a 12 year shop steward for the Carpenters Union to successfully become the driver steward for UPSF.


Sergeant-At-Arms
Keith Hartman












 
 
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