Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I have dedicated my report to only one subject because I, along with Justin and the rest of my staff, agree it is the most value we can provide the clients. And we need to continue to capitalize on it now while the opportunity is at hand.
I have just returned home from Steward School. It was great to see a lot of old friends and meet some new ones.
First, I would like to thank all the members and their wives who took their time and hard-earned money to come to Steward School to be a part of the greatest Union and Brotherhood in the world. Without the support of the membership, sponsors, participants, and all our Inside Guards, it would not be a success.
I would like to thank the retirees, the living and those deceased for all you have done for Local 798. Being able to retire one day and be honored at the 50-year banquet should be everyone’s ultimate goal. The Ladies of 798 never cease to amaze everyone with their basket auction. It was another huge success, thanks to everyone that participated.
Thanks to all our speakers and especially Jim Moss who always does a great job! Thanks to the UA Pipeline Department Director David Barnett, Mike Mikich and Chad Gilbert, for all your help. Ellen Boardman with the UA, and Beth Worrell with the PLCA, did a great job explaining the DOL regulations on per-diem and also helping with the NPLA.
Farron and everyone working at the 798 Training Center was on the ball. The Lincoln Electric BBQ and Miller Crawfish & Shrimp Boil were great. A special thanks to all our great sponsors!
And last but not least, Danny, Justin, Josalyn and the 798 staff did an excellent job putting together another great Steward School. Thanks for the countless hours and making it such a success. PIBF Director Renee Vause and staff put together a very informative presentation.
We are finally starting to pick up a little work in Texas; the job I spoke about in the last Blue Light is a reality. Price Gregory has a contract for Exxon to lay 65 miles of 30” with the warehouse in Wink, TX. I should be pre-jobbing in the next few days. Rockford just signed a contract with Energy Transfer to lay 19.8 miles of 42” with the warehouse in Donie, TX, and should be pre-jobbing in the next few days. I am headed to Denver City, TX, to pre-job with Hanging H. They have signed a contract with Kinder Morgan for an Integrity Management & Fabrication job.
If I can be of assistance to anyone, please don’t hesitate to contact me at (918) 633-3435. Always remember Brothers and Sisters, we are and always will be “The Best of The Best.”
- Conroe, TX. Run procedures for the Exxon at RMS shop. Job complete.
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Dear Brothers and Sisters, I have dedicated my report to only one subject because I, along with Justin and the rest of my staff, agree it is the most value we can provide the clients. And we need to continue to capitalize on it now while the opportunity is at hand.
Dear Brothers and Sisters, I hope everyone’s year has gotten off to a good start. At the time of this writing, union contractors have picked up three more jobs in Texas under the Market Recovery package. This is great news, and we anticipate more to come.
At the moment, work is slow at every level. In dispatch, we are diligently looking for work with other local unions by making phone calls every day.
New Pension Tax Table Installed Pension tax tables are updated in the first quarter each year. The new table for 2020 will be installed effective March 1, 2020. Please review your deposit amount as of that date and after and let us know if you need to make any changes.