(View Biography), Brent C. Leonard (202) In 1989, he was elected warden and has served in his current position since 1991, having been elected in six successive elections. Fax: (785) 273-9380 6 Smart Financial Credit Union 2017 Annual Report 7 The Annual Meeting of the members of Smart Financial Credit Union was called to order by the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Jeff Hamlin, Thursday, April 6, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel, 3000 North Loop West, Houston, Texas. In January 2015 he became Assistant to the General President. The Past President shall: Advise the President and the Executive Committee as necessary; Serve as directed by the President . Sellers became SMART’s General President May 1, 2015. View John Previsich's business profile as President at Smart Union. The Center for Union Facts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that fights for transparency and accountability in America’s labor movement. Griffey began his career in sheet metal after graduating from Jefferson County High School in Danbridge, Tennessee. He was a Trustee for the Sheet Metal Workers’ Trust Fund, Chairman of the San Diego Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC), Executive Board Member for the AFL-CIO Central Labor Council, Co-Chairman for Local 206’s 401(a) plan, and President of the San Diego Building and Construction Trades Council. Superior WI 54880-8330 (View biography), Chadrick J. Adams (331) Parks completed his apprenticeship and became a journeyman in 1995. SMART Transportation Directory SMART Transportation Division Headquarters. He was elected as Local 20’s business representative in 2001. Medina also served in the following positions: trustee for SM Local 108 (1996–1998); executive board member for SM Local Union 108 (1998–1999); local organizer in Locals 108 & 105 (1999–2004) and Local 105 business representative (2004–2012). Mike Mooney is in his 34th year as a SMART sheet metal worker. Email: cstudivant@smart-union.org Our people are what makes us Smart Financial, and that will not change. He was elected vice president by acclamation August 11, 2019. He also serves as chairperson of the District 3 general chairpersons’ committee. From 1992 through 1997, he served as an instructor for the Hawaii Joint Apprenticeship Committee for the Sheet Metal Industry. President: 1972 to 1979, Fred A. Hardin (931) Email: ghynes@smart-union.org 910 E. Haines St., Philadelphia, PA 19138-1704 The Center for Union Facts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that fights for transparency and accountability in America’s labor movement. Email: jmodesitt@smart-union.org 7545 20th Ave. (View biography), Calvin K. Studivant (759) He serves as chairman for the Southern California, Arizona and Nevada Health & Pension Trust Funds in Manhattan Beach, Calif.; labor chairman for the Local 105 Southern California JATC; Executive Board member of the California State Building & Construction Trades Council; a trustee of the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building & Construction Trades Council; a vice president on the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO; and as a commissioner on the City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board. He ran for the office of vice general chairperson for CSX General Committee of Adjustment GO 851 and was elected effective January 2006. He has been a member of Local 85 since 1972 including his apprenticeship, an OSHA instructor from 1981–1987, apprentice instructor from 1984–1995 and an ITI instructor at Ohio State University 1990–1995. He was elected to the local’s Executive Board in 1994 and appointed to be Training Coordinator in 1996. In 2019, Mike was appointed to the Executive Board of Building Advantage. Office: (202) 543-7714 Email: rpauli@smarttd769.org BBB accredited since 12/16/2004. Lincoln, CA 95648 President: 1991 to 1995, Charles L. Little (1524) Facebook Twitter. 4720 Springview Rd., Charlotte, NC 28213-6757 In 2004, after serving as Business Representative for four years he became the Business Manager/Financial Secretary Treasurer of Local 206. The Ruby Sue Clifton Scholarship Program, named in honor of a past chairman of Smart Financial Credit Union, annually recognizes up to six outstanding high school seniors with a $2,500 scholarship. President: 2007 to 2013, John Previsich (31) Fax: (785) 273-9380 24950 Country Club Blvd., Ste. He has also served on the TD Transportation Safety Team. 14812 Juniper St., Leawood, KS 66224-9616 Hynes was elected legislative representative of Local 1081 at Glendale, Ariz., in 2003. Section 11. Statement from SMART General President Joseph Sellers, Jr. July 1, 2020 The International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers (SMART) is pleased to endorse Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States, following a unanimous vote of its General Executive Council. GREGORY HYNES, TRANSPORTATION DIVISION NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR At the first SMART Transportation Division Convention in 2014, Ferguson was elected to the position of vice president. I went to work for the International in 1999, hired as a general organizer by General President Jake West serving the National Training Fund and the Ornamental Department. Lancaster, PA 17602-4146 58th St., Ste. Likewise, he was elected by his fellow peers of state directors (having CSX jurisdiction) to serve as the directors’ representative on the CSX Safety Model Executive Board in 2013. In addition to his four-year Apprenticeship schooling, Joe completed ITI Advanced Instructors Training Programs and attended the National Labor College at the George Meany Center, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Labor Education in 2006. Office: (216) 228-9400 F, Topeka, KS 66614 In addition to the above, Griffey served on the Local 5 Executive Board from 2002–2005 and as an organizer and apprentice instructor until 2008, when he became president/business manager and Financial Secretary-Treasurer of his home local. (View Biography), Joe M. Lopez (1532) The first select race will be in Charlotte North Carolina at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Carter served as Local 66 business agent from 2002–2015, when he was elected by the Local 66 membership to serve as their business manager. (View biography), Gary W. Crest (807) Sellers began his apprenticeship in 1980 at Local 19 in Philadelphia and became a journeyman four years later. Fax: (216) 228-5755 340, North Olmsted, OH 44070-5333 Office: (216) 228-9400 Fax: (216) 228-5755 Email: president_td@smart-union.org (View biography) NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR. His career spans a 27-year period, beginning with his admission as a production worker on July 1, 1983. Serve as a resource and make referrals for part-time faculty on union-related issues . Fax: (202) 544-3024 President: 1969 to 1971, Al H. Chesser (1313) Email: jcassity@smart-union.org Email: wwh70@yahoo.com He was elected second vice general chairperson in 2008 and first vice general chairperson in 2011. Completing a four-year apprenticeship in 1982, he has had the opportunity over the years to work in most trade areas—from shop fabrication to the installation of all types of HVAC products, as well as siding and roof decking. After serving a four-year apprenticeship, he worked in the sheet metal industry as a journeyman, foreman, general foreman, and job steward for a number of signatory companies. Duties of the PAST PRESIDENT. Locals By Charter State. He served as a labor representative on the Hawaii Joint Apprenticeship Committee beginning in March 2000 and became Local 293 business representative/president in January 2003, along with becoming a labor trustee for the Hawaii Sheet Metal Workers’ Trust Fund. Phone: (760) 985-8846 In 2012, he was appointed 9th General Vice President on the International’s General Executive Council. In 1994, he was elected to the local's executive board and was appointed as training coordinator in 1996. He served his apprenticeship at George W. Rice Sheet Metal, Inc. from 1972 to 1976 and continued working there until 1980. Randy Boles – Local 565 President Phone: 608-257-5757 • Toll Free: 888-820-5757 • email: president@smartlocal565.org SMART International General Office: 202-783-5880 Building Advantage is a Labor Management council that promotes union construction in Southeastern Wisconsin. A member of the Hawaii Building & Construction Trades Council since his election as Local 293 business manager in 2007, Tolentino became Building and Construction Trades treasurer in 2009. I have served in various offices in my local union up to business agent and was elected as a delegate to represent my local union at four International Iron Workers Conventions. President, SMART Transportation Division: 2014-2019 John Previsich is the president of the Transportation Division of the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, formerly the United Transportation Union. Carter, since assuming the helm of Local 66, has been at the forefront of efforts providing services and support for a diversifying sheet metal membership. (View biography), Brent C. Leonard (202) He was elected a business representative of Local 105 in June 2004 and assumed his present position of president/business manager in 2012. Hynes is a fifth-generation railroader who hired out with Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway in Los Angeles, Calif., in 1995. Prior to his appointment as SMART’s then-10th General Vice President, he served as a trustee on the National Energy Management Institute Committee (NEMIC). Masino is the current president of the Pennsylvania State Council of Sheet Metal Workers, president of the Mechanical Trades District Council of the Delaware Valley, and vice president of the New Jersey State Council of Sheet Metal Workers. Email: chrisbartz@go-256.com Email: cadams@smart-union.org 340, North Olmsted, OH 44070-5333 15334 Las Vecinas Dr., La Puente, CA 91744-3819 Duties of the Local President This is what the SMART Constitution says… Article Twenty-One B (21B) SECTION 59 – DUTIES OF THE LOCAL PRESIDENT The President shall preside at all meetings of the Local, enforce the provisions of this Constitution and the bylaws of the Local, and exercise general supervision over its affairs. (View biography), Thomas P. Gholson (573) Our people are what makes us Smart Financial, and that will not change. State Legislative Boards. Email: president_td@smart-union.org Cassity started his railroad career with CSX in September 2005 and was promoted to engineer in 2008. He is an AFL-CIO delegate, president of the Indiana State Building Trades organization and secretary/treasurer of the Great Lakes State Council. The Sheet Metal Workers' International Association was a trade union of skilled metal workers who perform architectural sheet metal work, fabricate and install heating and air conditioning work, shipbuilding, appliance construction, heater and boiler construction, precision and specialty parts manufacture, and a variety of other jobs involving sheet metal. He was promoted to engineer in 2002. He began his SM Local 104 apprenticeship program in the spring of 1985 and completed his service in January 1990. 1401 Luker Road, Belton, TX 76513-7629 However, Smart Financial will always offer our members the one-on-one personalized service they deserve, so technology will never fully replace the relationship building process that your Smart Financial team believes to be the essence of this Credit Union. View Michael Coleman's business profile as Assistant To the General President at Smart Union. Office: (903) 561-1016 The General Executive Council elected him to serve as the union’s General Secretary-Treasurer (GST) in July 2011, and he was unanimously re-elected as GST by delegates to the first SMART General Convention in August 2014. President: 2013 to 2019, How to contact the SMART Transportation Division, SMART Transportation Division National Safety Team. He was re-elected as a business representative and in 2003 was nominated and elected to serve the SM Local 28 membership (Vancouver) as the business manager / financial secretary treasurer and has been consistently re-elected afterwards. In December 2014, he was elevated to the position of Transportation Division alternate vice president. Fax: (202) 544-3024 280 Ranchitos del Sol, Aptos, CA 95003 Adams was elected as general chairperson of General Committee GO 393 in 2011. (View Biography), Rick Pauli (816) Member Cell: (816) 588-2809 Office: (267) 973-0702 Whatley has been the business manager/financial secretary-treasurer of Local 85 in Atlanta, Ga., since February 1, 2005. Adams began his railroad career in 1997 with BNSF. Ferguson was elected local legislative representative in 1995; local chairperson in 1996, and secretary of the CSX/B&O General Committee, GO 049, in Jacksonville, Fla., in 2007. General President Sellers looks back at developments in 2019 and calls on members to take action to protect their pensions. He was promoted to engineer in 2002. Email: cadams@smart-union.org In July 2010, he was elected to become the local’s business manager and served as financial secretary/treasurer. View Jeremy Ferguson's business profile as President at Smart Union. Email: kevinsmith@utugc887.com GENERAL SECRETARY-TREASURER JOSEPH POWELL. Email: tim@smartunion386.org A third-generation sheet metal worker with 35 years’ experience in the industry, Gary served as an organizer and business representative for the union before being elected president and business manager in 2011. Sign up for email updates: Sign Up 12323 Hidden Meadows Circle, Auburn, CA 95603-3581 Sign up for email updates: Sign Up (View biography), Jared Cassity (1377) Carter started his apprenticeship in 1980 with Seattle Local 99 (which later merged to become SM Local 66). Phone: (618) 367-6850 “A coalition of labor, government and private business leaders sat together with the people of Suffolk County to put a model together to make sure everybody was protected,” Matthew Aracich, president of the Building & Construction Trade Council for Nassau and Suffolk Counties [NSBCTC] recently told LaborPress. Email: garycrest@utugc887.com Office: (785) 273-7737 ARTHUR TOLENTINO, THIRD GENERAL VICE PRESIDENT. 5990 S.W. He has served as a vice local chairperson, secretary and treasurer, legislative representative, local chairperson, assistant general chairperson, and Kentucky state legislative director. As vice president and general chairperson, Leonard has been assigned to the federal Rail Safety Advisory Committee and the 2017 National Wage & Rules Coordinated Bargaining Team. Sheet Metal Workers Local #5 Members now receive a discount through Union Smart for tickets to various Motor Sports races. Associations, Teams & Special Committees Bus GCA. His duties include responsibility for the supervision and direction of 13 business agents and one organizer whose jurisdiction includes Indiana and portions of Kentucky, Illinois and Michigan. During his long sheet metal career, Werner served as trustee and executive board member for his home local before becoming a business representative in 2000. 200B West Main St., Ste. 4029 Autumn Oak Drive, Smithton, IL 62285 Brother Willis was a tremendous leader who provided determined guidance, measured action and stood undaunted by the… Whitaker began his railroad career in 1997 with CSX Transportation as a conductor. He was promoted to engineer in 1995. Visit the Local 100 JATC >> Local 100 maintains training centers in each of their area offices for the purpose of training apprentices to become journeymen sheet metal workers and for the purpose of specialized training for our current journeymen members. (UNION PACIFIC (TP)) LC Michael Valdez - 135 Rachel St Lumberton, TX 77657 R VACANT D/AD/LC/ Page 1 of 38 As of: January-2021 SMART - TRANSPORTATION DIVISION Locals P-President, VP-Vice President, S-Secretary, T-Treasurer, C-Collector, R-Legislative Representative, D-Delegate, AD-Alternate Delegate, LC-Local Chairperson JARED CASSITY, TRANSPORTATION DIVISION ALTERNATE NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR In 2014, Adams was elected by delegates to the position of alternate vice president. In 2013, he became alternate to the executive board and was further elevated to alternate vice president. See BBB rating, reviews, complaints, request a quote & more. (View biography), Gregory K. Hynes (1081) Along with his responsibilities as a foreman, he was also an instructor with the JATC. Airline GCA. 58th St., Ste. He served in the U.S. Army from 1982 to 1986 and moved to Clifton, N.J.

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