APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – July 6, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In 1945 a movie titled, They Were Expendable, was released. The subject matter was about the PT (Patrol Torpedo) boats that were used in WW II which were expected to be sacrificed in combat with the Japanese enemy. Those small boats and…

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APWU: Local Presidents’ Zoom Training

On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 1:11 PM, Liz Powell <epowell@apwu.org> wrote: The Secretary-Treasurer’s Department will be hosting a Local Union Zoom Meeting which will include training on holding executive board meetings, union meetings, and nomination of officers, if an election is pending. I am inviting the Auxiliary and the Retiree Chapters to join us if…

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – June 19, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In this issue: THESE ARE THE TIMES THAT TRY MEN’S SOULS… CHAPTER ACTIVITY IS IMPACTED WHAT NEXT?

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – June 1, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In this issue: Reprint of Postage due: Don’t cancel the post office APWU President Dimondstein on Annuitant Retroactive Payments

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – May 8, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In this issue: 2020 – The Year That Wasn’t Return To Normalcy??? For Some Retirees An Annuity Raise

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – April 15, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU Excerpt: It was inevitable that coronavirus would impact on our Chapter in a most negative way. In normal times we would be planning our traditional Mid Summer Blast luncheon that members enjoy so much. But with restaurants and other food establishments forced…

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Facebook friends with officers of the APWU?

Just paid FULL APWU union dues. Also retain retiree membership. I’ve attempted to become Facebook friends with the top officers of the APWU as they use these sites to disseminate information but have run into a brick wall. Has anyone experienced this discriminatory action? Sadly, the top officers allow Non-Members Facebook friendship. First Name: Michael…

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The Case for Retiree Involvement in the APWU: Solidarity

The attached was written by PK Wood, retiree from the APWU Dayton, Ohio Retiree Chapter: Solidarity forever, Solidarity forever, Solidarity forever, the union makes us strong. The case for retiree involvement in the APWU, including ample representation at the national conventions starts and ends with just one word, SOLIDARITY. This is the basis of the…

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