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January 7, 2019 by admin · Full size is 4032 × 3024 pixels

MEMORIALIZING BOB KELLEY, the late President Emeritus of the St. Louis Labor Council who created the $5 for the Fight Fund to help union members and their families in times of need, checks to pay vendors will be imprinted with the Fund’s new name – the Robert J. Kelley $5 For the Fight Emergency Relief Fund – and will feature a special caricature of Brother Kelley (insert). Accepting an oversized copy of one of the new checks from Labor Council President Pat White (at right) is Bob’s wife Barbara Kelley (front center) and sister-in-law Leslie Hardt (to Barbara Kelley’s right), with the Kelley Kids (standing, from left) Erin Eberhard, Meghan Pauly, Amy Phillips and Michael Kelley. Two other siblings, Colleen Boschert and Melissa (Missy) Kelley, were out-of-town and unable to attend the ceremony. – Labor Tribune photo

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