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  • Organizing January 23, 2015

    Director of Organizing, Don Barker

    Don Barker Director of Organizing dbarker@iamaw.org An IAM member for more than 28 years, Barker initiated into Local Lodge 776A in 1986 as a production worker for General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin) in Fort Worth, TX. Barker was elected Conductor-Sentinel of his local and later Vice President of the Tarrant County Central Labor Council. Barker

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  • Organizing October 14, 2009

    Grand Lodge Representative, Bob Anderson

    Robert Anderson Grand Lodge Representative randerson@iamaw.org Bob Anderson was appointed as a Special Representative assigned to the IAM Organizing Dept. in early 1997 and became a Grand Lodge Representative in 2001. Anderson worked as a full time organizer for District Lodge 121 for 1996 and part of 1997 as well as participating in various organizing

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  • Organizing October 14, 2009

    Grand Lodge Representative, Macario Camorlinga

    Macario Camorlinga Grand Lodge Representative mcamorlinga@iamaw.org Originally from Lazaro Cardenas Michocan Mexico, Macario Camorlinga came to the United States in 1985. Soon after, Macario started working as a machine operator at the American Racing Corporation and he and his co-workers realized that they needed to make a drastic change in the way the company treated

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  • Organizing October 14, 2009

    Grand Lodge Representative, Al Granado

    Alfredo Granado  Grand Lodge Representative agranado@iamaw.org Hi my name is Alfredo (Al) Granado. I am from Fort Worth, Texas, out of Local Lodge 776-A, District 776 and I am a Grand Lodge Representative for the IAM Organizing Department. I was employed at Lockheed Martin In Fort Worth, Texas, and have been a member of the Machinists

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  • Organizing October 14, 2009

    Grand Lodge Representative, Frank Hannigan

    Frank Hannigan  Grand Lodge  Representative fhannigan@iamaw.org Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I entered the workforce in 1977 at age 18. The company manufactured compressor valves and components. During my 21 years at this job, I was trained to operate various grinding, milling and turning machines.  One event that changed my life occurred in 1986.

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