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  • TCU May 2, 2006

    IP Steve Elliott

    International President Steve Elliott is President of the United Service Workers of America. In that post, he also serves as an International Vice President. At age 18 he organized his auto shop into the United Auto Workers. In 1972, he became a full-time UAW organizer. By 1979, he had organized almost all car dealers in

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  • TCU May 2, 2006

    IVP Dan Biggs

    International Vice President Danny Biggs was elected International Vice President August 20, 2003, to be effective January 1, 2004. He began his rail career with Amtrak in 1975, joining Lodge 1909 in San Francisco, CA. He served as Assistant District Chairman and District Chairman before becoming Assistant to the General Chairman of System Division 250,

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  • TCU May 2, 2006

    IVP Rich Johnson

    Carmen Division General President and International Vice President Rich Johnson first became General President of the Carmen Division effective May 1, 1996. In that post, he also serves as an International Vice President. He was elected to a full five-year term at the 1999 Convention. Rich began his rail career in 1971 and four years

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    IST Earl Bosher

    International Secretary-Treasurer Earl Bosher first assumed the post of Secretary-Treasurer effective May 1, 1998 and was returned to office by acclamation at the 1999 Convention. Elected an International Vice President in 1983, he was re-elected at the 1987, 1991 and 1995 Conventions. He began his rail career in 1958 with the Seaboard Airline Railroad. After

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    IVP J. M. Parker

    International Vice President Joel Parker was first elected an International Vice President at the 1991 San Francisco Convention and was re-elected by acclamation at the 1995 and 1999 Conventions. Joel hired on with Amtrak at Oakland, California, in 1973, joining Lodge 1909. Serving as District Chairman during 1978-80, he was voted General Secretary-Treasurer of the

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