The town hall event scheduled for Monday, March 16, has been postponed. We will be in touch when it is rescheduled.
Local 3657 members today adopted a resolution calling for “foreign policy based on the international solidarity of all workers, mutual respect of all nations and national sovereignty,” and calling upon the president and Congress to “make war truly the last resort.” For a copy of the full, final resolution as passed, click the link below.
Local 3657 President Josh Keirsey swore in six new members at today’s local meeting. They are, pictured from left to right, Cheyenne Schoen, Rich Schiavoni, Meredith Stepp, Elizabeth Carter, Steve Dietz and Chris Salm. Welcome to our newest union siblings!
It’s not too late to make sure that your holiday gifts are union-made!
You can find a list of union-made holiday gift ideas by clicking here.
Also, for the kids (and the kids at heart) in your life, you can get an expanded list of union-made toys if you text TOYS to 22555.
The USW Local 3657 Executive Board, on behalf of the more than 200 members of our local union, sends our deepest condolences to the friends, family and loved ones of USW District 12 Director Robert (Bob) LaVenture, who died on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Bob was a friend, a co-worker and a mentor to many current and former members of our local union. In particular, the Local 3657 members in District 12, who worked with Bob on a regular basis, are feeling this loss deeply. Our thoughts and our hearts go out to all of them.
We also send our deepest condolences to the members, officers, directors and managers of the USW, as well as to our brothers, sisters and siblings in the Staff Representatives Union, all of whom worked closely with Bob on so many important campaigns during his many decades of involvement with the labor movement.
Bob was a fierce and tireless advocate for all working people and communities in the USW, the United States and across the world. In addition to being a relentless activist for workers, Bob was a warm, generous and compassionate friend. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew and worked with him.
We are terribly saddened by this sudden loss. We believe the best way to honor Bob’s memory is to continue the great work to which he dedicated his life – to build a better world for all workers. We are committed to doing just that.
USW Local 3657 represents administrative professionals, organizers, technicians and auditors who work for the USW international, district and sub-district offices throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.