DBR Tom Santone Retirement

District Lodge 98 Directing Business Representative Tom Santone is retiring effective July 1, 2016. The District Lodge held a retirement Party at the District 98 Union Hall in York on Saturday June 11, 2016. Tom served District Lodge 98 for 20 years as an Organizer, Business Representative, Assistant DBR and Directing Business Rep.

District Lodge 98 wishes to Thank Tom for his many years of service and dedication to the Machinists Union, District Lodge 98 and Labor movement.

District Lodge 98 Staff, Officers, and members wish Tom and his wife Cindy the best in his well deserved retirement. Tom is going to stay active by continuing as President of the York-Adams County Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, serving on the York Area Labor Management Board of Directors, as well as other labor activities such as the York Labor Day Parade committee. He will now be able to spend more time with grandchildren.

For more info on Tom click on the link to the Welcoming remarks below; Opening remarks by current Assistant Directing Business Representative Bob Miller. (ADBR  Miller will become the Directing Business Representative upon Tom’s retirement July 1, 2016)

Tom Santone – Retirement Party Welcome remarks, by Directing BR elect Bob Miller    MS Word doc.

Adobe PDF – Tom Santone – Retirement Party Welcome remarks, by DBR elect Bob Miller (pdf)

Photos from the party below

DBR Santone

DBR Santone

DBR Santone and ST. John Smith

DBR Santone and ST. John Smith

Tom Santone,' son Tom Jr.

Tom Santone,’ son Tom Jr.

Tom's Daughter Lisa

Tom’s Daughter- Lisa

PA AFL-CIO Pres. Riick Bloomingdale speaking, ST Frank Snyder left background

PA AFL-CIO Pres. Riick Bloomingdale speaking, ST, Frank Snyder left background

Retired GVP George Poulin

Retired GVP George Poulin

ADBR Bob Miller

ADBR Bob Miller

Tom and Cindy Santone

Tom and Cindy Santone

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Updated: June 17, 2016 — 7:09 am
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