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Saturday, January 23

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    2:53pm

    Barbara Caylor Black

    Mother of DDC Employees - Timothy Caylor Dept. 851 & Jody Caylor

    Date of Death:  Tuesday, January 19, 2021

    Visitation:

    Monday, January 25, 2021
    R. C. Aleks & Son Funeral Home
    1324 Southfield Road
    Lincoln Park, MI  48146
    (313) 382-7878
    2 PM - 7 PM

    Funeral Services:

    Tuesday, January 26, 2021
    R. C. Aleks & Son Funeral Home
    1324 Southfield Road
    Lincoln Park, MI  48146
    (313) 382-7878
    11 AM

Friday, January 22

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    Livestream Link - https://vimeo.com/503536458/62d169e16a
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    4:22pm

     We will be having 4 Contract review meetings Tuesday the 26th. Third shift from 7:30- 8:30am. Second shift 1:00 – 2:00pm. We will have 2 in the afternoon. 4:00-5:00pm and one starting at 6:30pm if needed. They will be at the hall 4589 NW 6th Dr in Des Moines. My computer is not allowing me to send a meeting notice for all 3.

    We will be looking at Article 12, the grievance procedure and also Memo 9 and 10 Travis will be reviewing the Dental insurance.

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    2:44pm
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    Recreation Chair - *Tony Fann*
     
    Recreation Chair - *Tony Fann*
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    2:43pm
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    Vice Chairperson - Nick Vollers
     
    Vice Chairperson - Nick Vollers
     
    Liaison - Larry Catherwood
     
    Liaison - Larry Catherwood
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    Members - Chuck Woehlk (Ritchie), Jim Chance (Lennox), Junior Rosales (Fishers), Mike Ladeoff (Fishers), Greg Oetker (Lennox), Shelley Kuykendall, 
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    Members - Chuck Woehlk (Ritchie), Jim Chance (Lennox), Junior Rosales (Fishers), Mike Ladeoff (Fishers), Greg Oetker (Lennox), Shelley Kuykendall (Lydall), Michael George (Ryerson)
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    2:41pm
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    THE PURPOSE OF THE UNION LABEL COMMITTEE -------------------------------------
     
    THE PURPOSE OF THE UNION LABEL COMMITTEE -------------------------------------
     
     
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    Committee Chair --- Brad Fuller
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    Committee Chair --- Brad Fuller/ Dusty Brown
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    Member Junior Rosales
     
    The Union Label Committee informs and educates members about the products and services we buy and use as consumers. This committee helps to emphasize the importance of supporting goods and services produced by union members under union-won working conditions. And, keeps members informed of union products and their availability in the community. This committee also updates members on product manufacturing that has been moved out of the United States and product boycotts endorsed by the AFL-CIO.
     
    The Union Label Committee informs and educates members about the products and services we buy and use as consumers. This committee helps to emphasize the importance of supporting goods and services produced by union members under union-won working conditions. And, keeps members informed of union products and their availability in the community. This committee also updates members on product manufacturing that has been moved out of the United States and product boycotts endorsed by the AFL-CIO.
     
    This committee can promote union label by:
     
    This committee can promote union label by:
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    2:40pm
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    Chairperson Bob Forbes
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    Chairperson Mike Ladeoff
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    Liason Greg Oetker
     
     
     
     
     
    The Consumer Affairs Committee monitors the social conscience and performance of companies in order to ensure members consume safe and honest products and services. This committee helps protect our union brothers and sisters by educating them on scams, unfair lending practices and other consumer pitfalls. The committee’s area of focus includes, but is not limited to:
     
    The Consumer Affairs Committee monitors the social conscience and performance of companies in order to ensure members consume safe and honest products and services. This committee helps protect our union brothers and sisters by educating them on scams, unfair lending practices and other consumer pitfalls. The committee’s area of focus includes, but is not limited to:
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    2:39pm
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    Members of this committee have the opportunity to keep the local union moving forward toward the fulfillment of our UAW commitment on the civil rights front.
     
    Members of this committee have the opportunity to keep the local union moving forward toward the fulfillment of our UAW commitment on the civil rights front.
     
    This committee needs members who feel a moral obligation to speak out on the issues of intolerance, injustice and bigotry and to rebuke any person or group that expresses such activity.
     
    This committee needs members who feel a moral obligation to speak out on the issues of intolerance, injustice and bigotry and to rebuke any person or group that expresses such activity.
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    Chair - Alonso Hernandez
     
    /Download this page as a printable PDF click here [1]./
     
    /Download this page as a printable PDF click here [1]./
     
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    [1] https://uaw.org/app/uploads/2017/02/Civil-and-Human-Rights-Committee.pdf
     
    [1] https://uaw.org/app/uploads/2017/02/Civil-and-Human-Rights-Committee.pdf
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    2:37pm
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    *Chair*
     
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    Marcelia Stewart
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    Marcella Stewart
     
    *Committee*
     
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    Ryan Ruababauer, Jerrad Kreigal
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    Ryan Rubenbauer
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    Jayson Mull
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    Brad Fuller
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    Curt Crawn
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    Jason Helton
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    Andy Oxley
     
    UAW VETERANS COMMITTEE -------------------------------------------------------
     
    UAW VETERANS COMMITTEE -------------------------------------------------------
     
     
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    2:29pm
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    *Education Coordinator*
     
    *Education Coordinator*
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    Jim Chance
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    Nick Vollers
     
    *Committee*
     
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    Mike Schnele
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    Robert Silver
      
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    Sid Hass
      
     
    EDUCATION  ------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    EDUCATION  ------------------------------------------------------------------
     
     
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    12:04pm

    Photo by Detroit News Archives
    Originally posted on DetroitNews.com

    UAW President Rory Gamble

    President Rory L. Gamble

    By Rory L. Gamble

    With images of an insurrection at our nation’s Capitol this month, we all are experiencing a nation divided like none of us has ever seen. We are divided by politics. By opinions. By economics. By beliefs. The cause? Well, that is up for debate. What isn’t up for debate is that this is a time to look to — and take heart in — the words of President John F. Kennedy and heed the warning of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that healing our nation starts with us. Each of us must personally seek to find what unites us and foster that, bond with it, build upon it, so that we can move forward to a better place for us all.

    Somewhere within the separation and violence we’ve recently experienced are true signs that “what unites us is greater than what divides us.”

    What unites us is the American Dream — the ability to better ourselves, create a good life, take care of our co-workers and families and have hope for the future. No matter your political, religious, social beliefs, it is what we all desire and hope for: the ability to create a good life. It is the foundation of the UAW and what we have tirelessly been striving to achieve for all of our brothers and sisters since our very first days.

    There is much hope for this dream, this unity. Take for example, the Jan. 5 run-off election of Rev. Raphael Warnock. Warnock is a pastor and politician from Georgia. He is the first black senator in the state. He grew up in Savannah’s public housing. He was one of 12 children and the first college graduate in his family. And he's the senior pastor of Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church where King preached.

    Warnock's father was the late Rev. Jonathan Warnock, a World War II veteran, who was born in the Jim Crow South. His mother, Rev. Verlene Warnock, worked picking cotton and tobacco in the 1950s.

    Looking back on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech, it is clear that he foresaw families like the Warnocks while his own generation experienced the siege and violence of the civil rights struggle.

    That historic speech...

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    12:04pm

    Photo by Detroit News Archives
    Originally posted on DetroitNews.com

    UAW President Rory Gamble

    President Rory L. Gamble

    By Rory L. Gamble

    With images of an insurrection at our nation’s Capitol this month, we all are experiencing a nation divided like none of us has ever seen. We are divided by politics. By opinions. By economics. By beliefs. The cause? Well, that is up for debate. What isn’t up for debate is that this is a time to look to — and take heart in — the words of President John F. Kennedy and heed the warning of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that healing our nation starts with us. Each of us must personally seek to find what unites us and foster that, bond with it, build upon it, so that we can move forward to a better place for us all.

    Somewhere within the separation and violence we’ve recently experienced are true signs that “what unites us is greater than what divides us.”

    What unites us is the American Dream — the ability to better ourselves, create a good life, take care of our co-workers and families and have hope for the future. No matter your political, religious, social beliefs, it is what we all desire and hope for: the ability to create a good life. It is the foundation of the UAW and what we have tirelessly been striving to achieve for all of our brothers and sisters since our very first days.

    There is much hope for this dream, this unity. Take for example, the Jan. 5 run-off election of Rev. Raphael Warnock. Warnock is a pastor and politician from Georgia. He is the first black senator in the state. He grew up in Savannah’s public housing. He was one of 12 children and the first college graduate in his family. And he's the senior pastor of Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church where King preached.

    Warnock's father was the late Rev. Jonathan Warnock, a World War II veteran, who was born in the Jim Crow South. His mother, Rev. Verlene Warnock, worked picking cotton and tobacco in the 1950s.

    Looking back on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech, it is clear that he foresaw families like the Warnocks while his own generation experienced the siege and violence of the civil rights struggle.

    That historic speech...

    Read more
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    12:04pm

    Photo by Detroit News Archives
    Originally posted on DetroitNews.com

    UAW President Rory Gamble

    President Rory L. Gamble

    By Rory L. Gamble

    With images of an insurrection at our nation’s Capitol this month, we all are experiencing a nation divided like none of us has ever seen. We are divided by politics. By opinions. By economics. By beliefs. The cause? Well, that is up for debate. What isn’t up for debate is that this is a time to look to — and take heart in — the words of President John F. Kennedy and heed the warning of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that healing our nation starts with us. Each of us must personally seek to find what unites us and foster that, bond with it, build upon it, so that we can move forward to a better place for us all.

    Somewhere within the separation and violence we’ve recently experienced are true signs that “what unites us is greater than what divides us.”

    What unites us is the American Dream — the ability to better ourselves, create a good life, take care of our co-workers and families and have hope for the future. No matter your political, religious, social beliefs, it is what we all desire and hope for: the ability to create a good life. It is the foundation of the UAW and what we have tirelessly been striving to achieve for all of our brothers and sisters since our very first days.

    There is much hope for this dream, this unity. Take for example, the Jan. 5 run-off election of Rev. Raphael Warnock. Warnock is a pastor and politician from Georgia. He is the first black senator in the state. He grew up in Savannah’s public housing. He was one of 12 children and the first college graduate in his family. And he's the senior pastor of Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church where King preached.

    Warnock's father was the late Rev. Jonathan Warnock, a World War II veteran, who was born in the Jim Crow South. His mother, Rev. Verlene Warnock, worked picking cotton and tobacco in the 1950s.

    Looking back on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech, it is clear that he foresaw families like the Warnocks while his own generation experienced the siege and violence of the civil rights struggle.

    That historic speech...

    Read more
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