Laborers Local 110 honors longtime members with service pins

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LONGTIME MEMBERS of Laborers Local 110 were honored with service pins at a June 19 ceremony. Fifty-five-year members (from left) Ulysses Sykes, Tony Simonic Jr. and Clarence Wideman and 60-year members Donald Means and Bob Sweeten were recognized. Presenting the awards were Local 110 Business Manager Don Willey (left, standing behind Sykes) and LIUNA Vice President and Midwest Regional Manager John Penn (far right). – Laborers Local 110 photo
50-YEAR MEMBERS of Local 110 honored with pins at the ceremony included (seated) Dewane Harper and Frank Azar; (back row, second from left) Frank Lewis, Thomas Portell, Steve Cauley, Harry Friend and David Otten. Local 110 Business Manager Don Willey (left) and LIUNA Vice President and Midwest Regional Manager John Penn (right) presented the awards. –Laborers Local 110 photo

Sunset Hills, MO – Laborers Local 110 recognized longtime members with service pins at a ceremony held June 19 at the Local 110 union hall here. LIUNA Vice President and Midwest Regional Manager John Penn made a special trip to the hall to help recognize the veteran union members and present them with their longevity pins.

The following Local 110 members received pins based on their years of membership and service in the union:

• 60 years – Donald Means and Bob Sweeten.
• 55 years – Tony Simonic, Jr., Ulysses Sykes and Clarence Wideman.
• 50 years – Frank Azar, Steve Cauley, Harry Friend, Dewane Harper, Frank Lewis, David Otten and Thomas Portell.
• 45 years – Gary Stock and George Wright.
• 40 years – Delores Allen, Gary Elliott, Tim Kozemczak and Michael Schmitt.
• 35 years – Bob Eime, Paul Freeman, Jr., and Thomas Rigdon.
• 30 years – Dennis Kohl.
• 25 years – John Sehrt and Gary Winchester.
• 20 years – Larry Poggemoeller.


 

 

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