Pennsylvania Rep. Scanlon supports USPS Fairness Act

Excerpt: October 16, 2019 “I proudly cosponsored the USPS Fairness Act to end the requirement that USPS pre-fund its retiree health benefits. The pre-fund mandate puts an unfair and undue burden on USPS, and it has prevented the agency from investing in new technologies, services, and products. As the Representative for Pennsylvania’s Fifth District, I…

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R.I.P. Don Bradshaw – Retired APWU Officer and Activist

Via Don Bradshaw’s Facebook page – December 14, 2016: This is Dustin (Don’s son), Trina (daughter in law) and Tiffany (daughter). Don was diagnosed with colon cancer the week of Thanksgiving and passed away at home with us today. Memorial Service is being held on Friday, December 16th at 2:00 pm. We welcome you to…

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Obituary for Kenny Wilson – Active APWU Retiree, former National Officer

Kenneth Duane Wilson, age 82, husband of Etta Nielsen Wilson, passed away on Monday, June 1, 2015. Born in Dunbar, Nebraska, he was a son of the late Clarence and Bertha Schroeder Wilson. Mr. Wilson was a U.S. Navy veteran and was retired from the Postal Workers Union. He was a member of Community of…

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APWU Backs Retirees’ Demand to Re-Open Social Security Offices

Web News Article #: 178 10/02/2014 – APWU President Mark Dimondstein spoke at a rally sponsored by the Alliance for Retired Americans on Oct. 2, as the  group delivered petitions with more than 700,000 signatures demanding that the Social Security Administration reopen field offices. The agency recently closed offices nationwide. APWU retiree and Alliance for…

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