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Local 633 Snapshots2018 Scholarship Recipients!
Principal Officer Jeff Padellaro and the Executive Board are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Scholarship Awards granted by Teamsters Local 633. “This is truly demonstrative of Teamsters helping Teamsters,” Jeff stated. The awardees were notified by mail on July 17, 2018, of their scholarship consisting of $1,000. … Continue reading →TEAMSTERS GIVE CAMP ALLEN ATTENDEES A DAY TO REMEMBER!
Jeff Padellaro and the Executive Board of Local 633 organized and executed an outing for some exceptional campers from Camp Allen. Under the direction of Principal Officer Jeff Padellaro, the Teamsters partnered with Associated Grocers, First Student, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Bimbo Bakeries and Mondelez International to provide transportation, food and drink … Continue reading →Teamsters Retirements – February Membership Meeting
Teamsters’ Retirements Acknowledged at the February General Membership Meeting Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro and Business Agent Richard Laughton presented Gerry McGuire with a Teamsters’ watch in recognition of his long time commitment to the Union. Agent … Continue reading →TEAMSTER PROFILE – Frank Logan NH DOC
TEAMSTER PROFILES Frank Logan Correctional Officer – Union Steward Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro created this section to profile our members in more depth so that our brothers and sisters have a better appreciation for members working in careers with which they may not be familiar. Frank Logan is currently … Continue reading →
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State COs risk their lives every day to protect us, and now it's our turn to protect them, @GovChrisSununu. #nhpolitics #teamsters #1u
TONIGHT: Gov Sununu on WBZ 1030 AM BOSTON w Dan Rea Call 617-254-1030 or 888-929-1030 to ask why he won't stand up for our COs. #nhpolitics
TEAMSTER PROFILES Frank Logan Correctional Officer – Union Steward Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro created this section to profile our members in more depth so that our brothers and sisters have a better appreciation for members working in careers with which they may not be familiar. Frank Logan is currently … Continue reading
The following Teamsters Scholarship Applications will be available in the near future for any high school senior of a Teamster member graduating in June of 2018. The following deadlines apply: The IBT Scholarship Program has a deadline of 3/31/18. Closed for 2018 Joint Council 10’s Scholarship Program has a deadline of … Continue reading
Two deputies were exposed recently to the deadly narcotic fentanyl while conducting a motor vehicle stop for a suspected impaired driver. The stop occurred on December 4th on North Road in the vicinity of the Rockingham County Complex. During the stop, the deputies became aware that the operator was transporting … Continue reading
On December 14, 2017, Secretary-Treasurer Jeff Padellaro visited the Concord Prison for Men along with Field Representative Keith Judge and Attorney Bill Cahill. Jeff stated he likes to visit the facility every 4 to 6 weeks to hear from the men and women who keep the facility under control 24/7 … Continue reading
A message from Secretary-Treasurer Sean M. O’Brien of Joint Council 10 regarding the implementation of a 70 hour workweek by UPS. 12/1/17
Mayoral Candidate Joyce Craig was introduced to the membership Sunday, November 5, 2017, prior to the monthly membership meeting being called to order. The Teamsters represent several bargaining units employed by the City and the School District. Principal Officer Jeff Padellaro stated that he was impressed with Ms. Craig’s positive … Continue reading
Business Agent Kevin Foley represents 1,250 UPS members at nine different company locations in New Hampshire. A grievance arose out of the company’s decision to unilaterally deduct monies from the drivers’ paychecks for Saturday work, without the express written authorization of the members, in violation of the Contract and State … Continue reading
Field Representative Keith Judge represents the Hopkinton School District Custodians. A grievance arose out of the hiring of a custodian who had previously worked as a casual/substitute custodian for several years. Upon hiring the part-time custodian to a full- time regular position, the Superintendent placed the member in the wage … Continue reading