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  • Teamsters understand the value in union membership. Higher pay, better benefits, and a greater voice in the workplace are standards set by union members that won’t be given up without a fight, even after the Supreme Court’s decision in the “Janus v. AFSCME” case.

    While it is true that this ruling may create temporary roadblocks, public employees throughout the United States need to remain unified. We cannot allow the progress working people have made in union to be slowed down because of lawsuits that disregard the value of public employees.

    The Janus decision came about because anti-employee forces spent millions of dollars on lobbying and court challenges for over 40 years. Attacks from these outside groups, backed by secret donors, seek to eliminate the freedom of public employees to negotiate with their employer over the value of their work.

    Many Teamster members around the country have held conversations with their co-workers about the impact of the Supreme Court decision to reinforce the value of remaining unified. Whether at the worksite or at the ballot box, members are fighting back against these attacks.

    Public sector Teamsters have made it their career to serve their country and community, and any attempt to take away their freedom to join together is an attack on those who are the foundation of America.

    Our middle class was built by everyday working people, standing together in union. The Teamsters honor that history by continuing the fight to give working people the promise of the American dream.

    That won’t end with the Janus decision. The Teamsters will continue to organize, mobilize, and do whatever is necessary to achieve prosperity through collective action.

  • This Web page provides the latest updates for the national contract, riders and supplements that cover about 3,500 Teamsters at DHL Express.

  • We Are eXPOsing XPO’s Global Greed

    XPO Logistics is a top ten global logistics and transportation company with annual revenue of $15 billion and 89,000 employees, another 10,000 workers classified as independent contractors, and thousands more working for firms that subcontract with XPO. We are the REAL workers at XPO Logistics worldwide exposing the truth about the company’s global greed, illegal wage theft, unsafe conditions, and abhorrent and vicious anti-worker, anti-union tactics. 

    This greed includes mistreating former Con-way Freight workers in the United States who are being kept in the dark about terminal closures and layoffs, and the company’s illegal refusal to bargain contracts and denying their workers’ federally protected right to organize. It also includes port, rail and last-mile drivers around the country and in Southern California fighting wage theft in excess of $200 million because they are misclassified as independent contractors and denied the right to form their union. This greed has caused numerous lawsuits and strikes.  Greed also means an unsafe workplace and mistreating its warehouse employees.

    XPO’s greed extends to Europe beginning with breaking its promise to not layoff any workers for at least 18 months. French workers and the unions have been fighting back against XPO’s disrespect, lies and attempts to slash jobs. Similar struggles are taking place in Great Britain, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and across Europe.

    Join the worldwide struggle now! Get involved with this campaign by joining the Facebook group “XPO Exposed.”

    Together, we can eXPOse the company’s global greed and win fairness, respect and dignity for tens of thousands of XPO employees around the world!

  • This page provides the latest contract information to the 7,500 Teamsters—drivers, dockworkers and office staff—employed by ABF Freight System, Inc.

  • The Teamsters Military Assistance Program (TMAP) assists Active Duty Service members that are transitioning, Veterans and Military spouses with job opportunities with responsible employers.

  • Workers’ pensions are being endangered by both Congress and those charged with overseeing them. The Teamsters and our members are standing united to say “No!” to cuts and “Yes!” to greater retirement security!

  • The ‘Let’s Get America Working!’ campaign seeks to restore a dynamic and prosperous middle class to drive economic growth by helping to advance policy decisions that create and maintain good middle-income jobs, guarantee retirement security, expand access to the American Dream, and ensure that the benefits of the ongoing economic recovery are felt by the many, not just the few.

  • This webpage provides information on the Teamsters Union’s legislative advocacy at both the federal and state level as well as our field activity to support those policy positions and to get strong labor candidates elected to office.  Among other resources, you will find our federal legislative scorecard, formal statements of policy position and communications to Capitol Hill,  a weekly update on federal legislative happenings, an overview of bills we are tracking at the state level, and quick links to take action on priority issues.

  • This web page provides information on the ongoing effort to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Since 1994, NAFTA has devastated working families, putting corporate profits ahead of people.  What’s worse is that NAFTA has become the blueprint for all other trade agreements, from the way that it was negotiated in secret, to the bad provisions that have made their way into every agreement that has been signed since then.  Now, NAFTA is being renegotiated and we demand that it be reframed to work for workers instead of corporate interests.

  • The Teamsters have stood in solidarity with worker struggles in other countries since our founding. With economic globalization, our ability to organize increasingly depends on our ability to build alliances with workers on a global scale.
    More than ever, Teamsters are organizing and bargaining with multi-national companies. A key objective of our Global Strategies Campaign is to build strong alliances with unions around the globe who organize and bargain with common employers. Our focus is on workers in the emerging global supply chains – the infrastructure of globalization.
    Globalization creates new opportunities for international worker solidarity. We seek common cause with workers around the world to build social justice for all workers and the communities in which they live.

     
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General Teamsters Local Union No. 200 would like to take this opportunity to introduce the Local Union and Wisconsin Teamsters Joint Council 39 Legal Counsel of SoldonMcCoy, LLC.  Scott Soldon has added Kyle McCoy as a new partner to the firm recently and their continued success will bring our Teamster members and their family’s success.  

Visit their website at www.soldonmccoy.com

 

In Memory of
former Principal Officer of Teamsters Local 43
and City of Racine Alderman Ray DeHahn

Teamsters Local 200 President Tom Bennett, pictured with Jeff Gustin, Executive Director of the Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin, delivered a donation from L200 in the name of Ray DeHahn,  Alderman for the city of Racine. " Ray will be missed by us all. He was heavily involved with the city and his wish, in lieu of flowers, was a donation to a good cause. Few causes, if any, are more worthy then our veterans," said Tom Bennett.

TEAMSTERS LOCAL 200 and 344 ON THE STREETS OF MILWAUKEE AT THE BAYVIEW BASH

On the 3rd Saturday of September each year, the community of Bayview, Wisconsin comes together for a festival that extends between the streets of Potter and Clement on Kinnickinnic Avenue. This event showcases the food, art, music, crafts, books, and community organizations within the area. Teamsters Local 200 partners with Teamsters Local 344 and we collectively work together to bring awareness to those in attendance during the daylong event what Organized Labor has accomplished and continues to do so with promoting the work that Unions have done to bring better wages, healthcare and retirement security to workers. This community is a growth area in the Milwaukee community and has a great organized labor heritage for many decades. Educating workers about Organized Labor and communicating to workers about the upcoming November 2018 Elections was a key focus at this event.

 

TRUCK CONVOY FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS

On Saturday, September 15, 2018, Teamsters Local 200 participated in the 14th Annual Convoy supporting the Athletes of Special Olympics Wisconsin. The event began in Richfield, WI and ended with a gathering at the EEA Grounds in Oshkosh to recognize the Athletes.

Volunteering his time to pilot the Wisconsin Teamsters Joint Council 39 tractor trailer was Evan Anderson, a driver from Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc., as he joined other Teamsters Drivers from company's such as West Bend Transit.

This event is part of a national one-day celebration of the trucking industry and law enforcement all combing their efforts working together to raise funds for Special Olympics.

LABOR DAY 2018

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DONATION FROM L200
IN THE NAME OF
MEMBER BRENDA WILLIAMS

L200 Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi and L200 President Tom Bennett visited Love Inc. in Burlington Wi. this morning and delivered a donation check to Barbara Howard, Executive Director of Love Inc. in the name of L200 Nestle member Brenda Williams who passed recently.
" Love Inc. was one of Brenda's donation requests in lieu of flowers at her recent funeral, said President Bennett. " "Brenda will be missed by us all"


 

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On Saturday, September 8, 2018, Senator Tammy Baldwin was in Wauwatosa, WI and spoke to appropriately 100 attendee's about the strength of the women candidate's in so many races across this State and Country. With Senator Baldwin was Sara Godlewski, Democratic Candidate for the State Treasurer's Office and Stephanie Schriock, President of Emily's List.
While at the event, President Tom Bennett representing the Local, spent time with an attendee that had a number of questions related to the Pension Crisis. We discussed her 89 year old mother's Pension Benefit she is collecting from CSPF and how Senator Baldwin's efforts are in full motion to work towards the passing of the Butch Lewis Act.
General Teamsters Local 200, along with Wisconsin Teamsters Joint Council 39 fully endorse Senator Tammy Baldwin for the upcoming November 2018 election.

Towne and Country Lanes of Burlington, Wisconsin will host an event on October 28, 2018 for the Schmidt Family. Bonnie Schmidt became a Retired member of Teamsters Local 200 on September 4, 2018 with years of service to Nestles USA at the Burlington Plant. The event being held at Towne and Country Lanes is in the spirit to assist the efforts facing Bonnie and the Schmidt Family. Teamsters Local 200 has provided a contribution to assist in this event to Lorraine and Merrill Draper, owners of the Towne and Country Lanes, Coty Holbek (pictured) and Theresa Riemer. The Draper’s are proudly hosting the event for The Schmidt Family as they explained this was in respect to what Bonnie Schmidt has done for so many others. For more information on this event, please call Towne and Country Lanes at 262-763 7333.    

RACINE ALDERMAN RAY DEHAHN
HAS PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 80

click here to read about Ray's life in the Journal Times

General Teamsters Local Union No.200 extends our condolences to the family of Ray DeHahn. Ray served his community with respect as he also did with the Teamster membership at Local 43 while as an Officer.

Organized Labor beats back Mother Nature on Labor Day
The Labor Day 2018 events in the State of Wisconsin dealt with two forces. One force was the demostration of a strong Organized Labor Movement marching in unison and the second force of Mother Nature adding the unpredictable rain showers to the festivities at many events.
The 2018 Milwaukee Labor Day event is one of the largest assembly of Union Brothers and Sisters representing Organized Labor in the State. As in past years, Local 200 displays a very impressive line up of equipment and a strong and united Teamster membership.
The trek to the Summer Fest grounds through the streets of Milwaukee continues to be a moment where Organized Labor can be recognized by each other and the members of our communities. This event showcases Unionism and the commitment of the Brothers and Sisters to work together empowering those within our communities.
Local 200 partnered with other Trade Union's to sponsor a live feed from our friends at Resistance Radio, 1510 AM Radio, from the Milwaukee Labor Day event. There was also an introduction of Senator Tammy Baldwin by Teamster Retiree Bob Amsden to the crowd at the Milwaukee Labor Day event.
On behalf of the entire Executive Board, Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi and President Tom Bennett, we proudly thank our dedicated membership for making the Labor Day Event a success.

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On Wednesday, August 28, 2018 a good friend of Local 200, Laurie Onasch, stopped in to talk to Business Agent Jeff Bandur in further detail related to the needed awareness to the Human Trafficking problems facing America, specifically in the 72 counties of Wisconsin. Laurie has joined with Human Trafficking Task Force for Greater Milwaukee with a determination to enlighten those that can assist this organization and others about this increasing risk facing unsuspecting and vulnerable individuals. Our membership can be instrumental in this awareness program with education and communication, so we have asked Laurie to stop by our September 2018 General Meeting to address the membership on this concern.

Please visit the Facebook page of Human Trafficking Task Force for Greater Milwaukee for more information or attend the September 11, 2018 General Meeting of Teamsters Local 200 at 6200 West Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee, WI. starting at 7pm.      

The 6th Annual Paralyzed Veterans of America Fundraiser Shoot will take place on September 9th, 2018 at the Boxhorn Gun Club in Muskego, WI. Beginning at 10am. General Teamsters Local Union No.200 has been a contributor to this event for several years and we continue that participation this year by partnering with the Wisconsin Paralyzed Veterans to support this event. A donation was presented to Sue Gall of the Paralyzed Veterans of America on behalf of the Local Union at their office located in the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.

On Saturday, August 25, 2018 International Brotherhood of Teamsters Vice President John Murphy traveled to Milwaukee to speak to an attentive crowd of 200 Active and Retired Teamsters regarding the current status of the Butch Lewis Act. Brother Murphy went into great detail of the Butch Lewis Act for everyone in attendance with praising the involvement of the Retiree's, especially the Wisconsin Committee's, as to their efforts to bring the needed awareness to this crisis here at home and across this nation.
Secretary Treasurer Bill Carroll of Teamsters Local 344 and President Tom Bennett of Teamsters Local 200 addressed the crowd regarding the work underway to support candidates at all levels in Wisconsin and across this country that understand and support the Butch Lewis Act. The upcoming November Midterm Elections are critical in moving the Butch Lewis Act from a concept to a reality.
Bob Amsden, Bernie Anderson and Kenny Stribling discussed various recent events from the July 12, 2018 Pension Rally that was held in Columbus, Ohio to Brother Stribling's testimony at the Joint Select Committee in Washington DC.

ATTENTION TEAMSTER MEMBERS
 
With so much riding on the 2018 Mid Term Elections, the opportunities to be involved are crucial to our membership and our families. The Pension Crisis, the attack on workers rights by the introduction of negative legislation within the state and federal levels of government and the risk of continuing higher costs of Healthcare, the time is now to take action as a Teamster Activist. Member to Member interactions are absolutely required to network with other Teamsters to communicate and educate each other on the candidates that are standing along side of working families to support our mission. Retirees have fought to build this Union and their presence today is a strength as never seen before. The growth of their own internal networking on the Pension Crisis and their commitment to see the Butch Lewis Act passed shall not be discounted. Please connect with WITeamstersPower on Facebook or emailWITeamstersPower@outlook.com to be part of the solution.

Teamsters and Community

The recent loss of not one but two Milwaukee Police Officers brought Local 200 Teamsters and the Milwaukee Police Association together.

Pictured below are two donation checks from Teamsters Local 200 to the MPA Fallen Heros Fund which helps the families of fallen officer’s cope with the loss of their loved one.

“I hope to not visit the MPA offices with donations of this sort in the future. The city and neighborhoods will surely miss these fine officers ,“said Teamsters Local 200 President Tom Bennett.

MPA President Michael Crivello was very thankful and gracious accepting the donations for his fellow officers.

Pictured below is Local 200 Vice-President Tim Pinter and Organizer Jared Wolski presenting one check and Local 200 President Tom Bennett, Vice-President Tim Pinter another.


 

TEAMSTERS LOCAL 200 GOLF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

This year Seven winners each receive $500 scholarship

“It was a great feeling handing out scholarships to these fine students” said Tony Ceretto.

Tony chairs the committee of three Local 200 retirees that review the applications and award the scholarships.

 “The essay process is a great way to bring awareness to young people the value Unions bring to Americas workers” added Tony.

Applicants are asked to put in writing what role Unions have in the future of Americas workers and then the committee reviews the essays and pickers the winners.

Pictured left to right attending the award presentation

 (scholarship winners are in bold)

Tony Ceretto, Patrick Passler, Eric Passler, Scot Passler,

Michelle Clark, Abigali Clark,

 Morgan Franzen Gary Franzen,

Local 200 President Thomas Bennett,

Local 200 Vice-President Tim Pinter

Additional winners unable to attend the ceremony

Taylor Surprise, Jordyn Vetter,

Shelby Mallum, Hannah Kuehl

Congratulations to all the winners and good luck in your future studies!!

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  WASTE MEMBERS RATIFY
NEW 5-YEAR AGREEMENT

On Sunday August 12, 2018, Business Representative Tom Benvenuto and Local 200 members who work at Waste Management and Metro & Pheasant Run landfills met to discuss and then ratify a new five year labor agreement offer. At the proposal meeting prior to the first negotiation meeting, our members said the two most important items other than wage increases for them in these negotiations was keeping the Wisconsin Health Fund health and welfare plan and holding firm on our buckets, which deals with discipline for an employee. The Union bargaining committee was able to accomplish both of those two main goals. Our WM waste members will see a reduction in their weekly co-pay for the next 3 years from what they are currently paying for their WHF insurance and they will also enjoy many other enhancements that have been made to their current WHF plan.

The bargaining committee was also able to increase the level of discipline a member can incur, if they are written up by the Employer. The average wage will increase over the life of the contract will be between 11% to 14%. The Union was also able to achieve other improvements in the new agreement like, safety glasses, safety shoe & tool allowance and attendance. Local 200 would like to thanks all the members of our bargaining committee for their hard work during negotiations and ratification.

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On Sunday, August 5, 2018 a Craft Workers Appreciation Party was held at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee to honor the members of Organized Labor and their families involved in the building off the new home of the Milwaukee Bucks.
The event was well attended with a number of Local 200 members that were part of this historic project. The Local would like to thank our membership for their contributions on the building of the Fiserv Forum.  The Local Union began our involvement with the new owners of the Bucks when their dream of a new arena was just a concept to now the completed building.
Our Local Union was instrumental in the very stages of this project. Under the direction of Tom Millonzi, Tom Bennett, Mike Gurich and Tom Benvenuto we took our Stewards from Roundy's to handbill the entire Statehouse in Madison on the day when the vote was needed to move this project forward with the necessary funding. That undertaking made an impact as the vote was in favor to proceed.
The Local Union would like to thank our members of Sonag and Rivcrete, our Construction Members, Freight Drivers and our entire membership for their participation on the project the changes the landscape of downtown Milwaukee for decades to come.


 

UPS Freight Tentative Agreement Background and Highlights

Bargaining commenced in December 2017 and the parties met over a seven-month period before reaching a tentative agreement on July 12. Bargaining was extremely complex and difficult. Economic and business information was requested and obtained from the company. Some of it was made up of sensitive internal corporate information that is covered by a legal “non-disclosure” agreement. Additionally, multiple attorneys, economists and consultants were used by the committee to sift through the data.  

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CLICK HERE To Listen to the latest episode of Teamster Nation News and learn how the Teamsters are spending their summer fighting for pension reform that will protect the retirement security of hundreds of thousands of workers and retirees.

RETIRED TEAMSTER ASKS CONGRESS TO SAVE TROUBLED PENSION FUNDS

636681327393671753-MJS-TEAMSTERS18-NWS-SEARS-1-1-42714827.JPGA Milwaukee man who has been among leaders of a movement to secure government help for troubled pension plans urged members of Congress Wednesday to “think, pray and do what’s right” for retirees threatened with loss of much of their pensions.

Kenneth Stribling, a retired Teamster covered by the Central States Pension Fund, a plan teetering on the brink of insolvency, testified in Washington, D.C., before a joint committee tasked with recommending steps to alleviate the mounting crisis in multi-employer pension plans.

Many of those plans, which cover union workers in fields such as trucking and construction and receive contributions from multiple employers, are on the verge of crashing financially.

And the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. projects its backstop program for multi-employer plans will itself be out of money by 2026.

In 2017, some 1 million Americans were covered by multi-employer plans that the PBGC said were on the road to insolvency and were deemed “critical and declining.

Chief among those troubled plans is Central States, which covers nearly 400,000 people, including about 23,000 in Wisconsin.

Expected to be insolvent by 2025, Central States has suffered as the deregulation of trucking eroded union clout over the past few decades and the numbers of workers and companies contributing to the fund shrank drastically.

In 1980, with deregulation just beginning, Central States had four working Teamsters for every retiree. Today, the plan pays benefits to five retirees for every worker.

In 2015, Central States proposed to preserve the plan by slashing promised pensions. Many retirees, including Stribling, would have seen their pensions cut by more than 50 percent.

The Treasury Department rejected that proposal in May 2016. But the woes faced by Central States and other multi-employer plans have continued.

To address those problems, Stribling and others have called for passage of legislation introduced late last year and named for Butch Lewis, a former Ohio Teamster leader active in the pension fight. Under the legislation, a new Treasury Department agency would borrow money to finance loans to help distressed pension plans.

Wednesday, Stribling called the Butch Lewis Act “the right solution.

He told members of the Joint Select Committee on Solvency of Multiemployer Pension Plans of how he was “devastated” when Central States proposed cutting his monthly benefits by 55 percent.

“You have no idea what it’s like to be retired on a fixed income and suddenly be told your monthly check will be cut in half,” Stribling said.

Then, he said, his wife, Beverly, a retired teacher, learned last November that she was terminally ill with pancreatic cancer. She continues to fight the disease.

Like everyone, Stribling said, the Teamster retirees “endure life’s storms – death, illness, physical and mental health challenges. Now we also have the burden of traveling through our golden years with an uncertain financial future, a future that had been promised to us.

He said the issue is “about fairness – keeping promises to working Americans who did everything right and are simply asking you to preserve what is due us now.

The joint select committee is to make its recommendations by Nov. 30.

 



On Wednesday, July 25, 2018, Teamsters Local 200 Retiree Kenneth Stribling, has been notified that he will be testifying in front of the Joint Select Committee on Solvency of Multiemployer Pension Plans in Washington, DC. Kenneth has also ben requested to partake in a Round Table Discussion with elected officials about the negative impact of a reduction of an earned pension benefit or the entire loss of a earned retirement benefit by the Actives and Retirees. Bernie Anderson will be traveling with Kenneth to Washington DC next week and both, amongst so many others, will be continuing to be activists on the part of Active and Retired Teamsters of General Teamsters Local Union No. 200 and so many others of Multiemployer Pension Plans that are in the path of insolvency.  Bob Amsden, Bernie Andersen and Kenneth Stribling just returned from attending the Pension Town Hall Meeting that was conducted in Detroit, Michigan by Michigan Joint Council 43. General President Hoffa led the discussion at this Town Hall Meeting with a number of elected officials and IBT Officials to a well-attended , standing room event.      

 

On Thursday, July 13, 2018, members of Organized Labor stood together on the grounds of the Ohio   State House in support of the Butch Lewis Act of 2018.
" Our Wisconsin Retiree's have been at the forefront fighting to preserve our Pensions with no cuts. We know the Butch Lewis Act is a viable solution and the Joint Select Committee must act immediately, stated Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi to many in attendance yesterday at the Rally."

ATTENTION ALL TEAMSTERS LOCAL 200 MEMBERS

The negative impact of the Multiemployer Pension Crisis can affect everyone. Take a moment and view the Central States Pension link below to see the economic impact the Multiemployer Pension Crisis could have on Wisconsin families and its communities.

https://mycentralstatespension.org/congressional-campaign/economic-impact

As Teamsters, the Multiemployer Pension Crisis is a real time event happening today and now and the days are short in number to get the politicians attention to take action in Washington DC. Please visit www.VoicesForPensionSecurity.com and view the information provided.

    

 

FROM THE DESK OF THE SECRETARY TREASURER

OPEN LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF LOCAL 200

Brothers and Sisters of Teamsters Local 200,

As the current Secretary Treasurer and Principal officer of Teamsters Local 200, the Secretary Treasurer of the Wisconsin Teamsters Joint Council 39 and a member on the Wisconsin Health Fund Board of Trustees, I have had the distinct honor of serving the membership in these capacities.

These positions come with great responsibility and I carry their weight with pride and respect.

Now after serving for over 11 years as your Principal Officer and 41 years as a Teamster my time has come to an end. I will serve the remainder of my term and not seek re-election as other opportunities for myself have recently presented themselves, that for the betterment of myself and my family I simply cannot turn away from.

I would like to sincerely thank every member of this Local Union and every Teamster of this state for the opportunity I have had to serve them, and I wish nothing but the best for you and your families moving forward.

 Respectfully and in solidarity,

Thomas L. Millonzi

Secretary Treasurer

General Teamsters Local Union No. 200

WATERFORD LIBRARIANS
JOIN LOCAL 200

The three fulltime librarians for the Village of Waterford have joined Teamsters Local 200.

“These three ladies saw the benefit of the available health insurance as well as knowing what being in a Union is all about,” said

Local 200 organizer Jared Wolski.

“Public sector employees wages and benefits are under attack by the current representatives in Madison as well as Washington DC, so having a group of workers, even a small group being able to sift through the fog and see the value of joining a union is encouraging,” said

Local 200 President Tom Bennett.

Pictured below left to right is Village of Waterford librarian Samantha Vogel, Local 200 organizer Jared Wolski, and librarian Patricia Cox.


 

 

WEEKEND WITH THE TEAMSTERS

The 8th Annual “A weekend with the Teamsters” event was held from Friday, June 8th to Sunday, June 10, 2018 here in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that brought Teamster leaders and Community leaders from all over North America to communicate and educate with the theme of “The Power of Hope”. This event hosted by, Elder Ricky Price and Pastor Monica Parchia Price, was conducted at the M. Zion Assembly Church on the evenings of Friday and Sunday, with Recognitions, Workshops and Activities at the Early View Academy on Saturday Afternoon.

Teamster honorees that were recognized were Stan Hennessy (International President Teamsters Canada and President Teamsters Local 31), Gregory Floyd (IBT Trustee and President Teamsters Local 237), Roy Gillespie of Teamsters Local 600, James Curbeam (IBT), Larry Dupree (Local 79), Sequette Baldwin (Local 988) Joe Williams (Local 20), Mark Chapman (Local 20 and Gregory Foster (Local 705). In attendance were Teamsters Woody Wilson (Vice President Local 769), Ralph Stubbs (President Local 41), Teresa Smith and Ray Nixon (Local 41), Ben Hennessy Vice President Local 31), Duane Bryan Trustee Local 31), Anthony Kirk (Business Representative Local 31), Caley Fieldhouse (Business Representative Local 31), Pat Smith (Local 344) and Tim McCall (BMWED).   

Teamsters Local 200 members attended the weekend events to include Tom Bennett (President Local 200), Tim Pinter (Vice President Local 200) Clayton Moesch (Trustee Local 200) and Darrick Jordan (Business Representative Local 200). Brother Jordan conducted a TNBC Central Region Meeting with Brothers and Sisters who were in attendance.

Not only does this event recognize the contributions Teamsters make to their Organization and Communities, this event recognizes leaders outside the Teamster Organization that provide dedication and commitment to those within their communities.   Captain Timothy Heier, Detective Deneen McClintion, Lieutenant Charles Berard, Officer Gerald Winding and Valeria Zorich of the Milwaukee Police Department, Assistant Fire Chief Gerard Washington and Deputy Fire Chief Aaron Lipski of the Milwaukee Fire Department and Aretha Simons from Orlando, Florida were all honorees at this weekend’s event.

Elder Ricky Price, a 38-year Teamster (recently retired) was also recognized by numerous elected leaders in the Community and from the State of Wisconsin for the commitment of his outreach.  This powerful event and its growth is driven by Elder Price’s vision and the work of those involved in this program. Teamster Locals from across North America provided additional support and offering to make this year’s event a success. Teamsters Local 200, along with Teamster Local 237, Local 118, Local 174, Local 769, Local 31, Local 25 and Local 41 were recognized by Elder Price for their contributions.

Local 200 has offered our support for this event in 2019 and we look forward to the next “A weekend with the Teamsters”.
 

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On Saturday June 2nd, 90 plus Local 200 members from Ozinga Ready Mix supplied almost 7, 000 yards of concrete for the new BMO Tower across from the Milwaukee City Hall, starting just after midnight on Saturday. The pour was expected to last 25 hours, but was completed 6 hours ahead of schedule.

 
 

 

 


 

 

 


 


FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Local 200 Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi and Local 200 President Tom Bennett recently visited the Teamster International headquarters in Washington DC to meet and confer with IBT representatives Cindy Impala, director of Training and Development for the IBT, and Brian Tierney from the communications department.

“In an effort to bring continued education to the members of this local about right to work, President Tom Bennett and myself are reaching out to our International. Cindy and Brian were very knowledgeable and will be working with Local 200 in our effort,” said Secretary Treasurer Millonzi.

Pictured are Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi and President Tom Bennett in the front lobby of the IBT headquarters in Washington DC


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LOCAL 43 MEMORIAL

Teamsters Local 43 Remembered Post Merger

Dedicated to these members formerly from Local 43 is a shrine memorializing their Local in their Union hall in the Milwaukee location.

“Where we came from and how we got here helps move us forward,” said Teamsters Local 200 Secretary Treasurer Tom Millonzi.

“We put together this shrine so when our new members from Racine and Kenosha come to their Union hall they will see and know that we remember. Remembering how we got here strengthens our solidarity,” added Millonzi.

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