09/15/2014 - With contract negotiations set to begin early next year, APWU President Mark Dimondstein has announced the names of union members who will serve on the Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee. In accordance with the APWU Constitution, each member of the National Executive Board names one person to the committee; a 14th member, appointed by the president, is a member of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Task Force.
04/09/2014 - Barbara Jean Prothro, a former National Business Agent for the Special Delivery Messenger Division, died March 30. She was 78.
02/24/2014 - APWU President Mark Dimondstein was elected to the Executive Committee and Executive Council of the AFL-CIO at its annual meeting in Houston TX on Feb. 18 and 19.
01/03/2014 - APWU Assistant Clerk Craft Director Lyle Krueth retired on Jan. 3, ending a career that spanned more than three decades.
12/13/2013 - The APWU Maintenance Division Council has unanimously approved the appointment by Director Steve Raymer of Christopher Howe as Maintenance Craft National Business Agent for the Northeast Region. The appointment will be effective Jan. 1, 2014.
12/09/2013 - Richard H. Logan, National Business Agent for the Maintenance Craft, passed away on Dec. 5. He was 59.
His Team Wins Most Offices; Powell Wins as Secretary-Treasurer, Kaczor Wins Health Plan Director
10/08/2013 - Mark Dimondstein was elected the new president of the American Postal Workers Union in a hotly-contested race that ended Oct. 7.
Maintenance Rep-at-Large, Clerk NBA Position Remain Vacant
05/13/2013 - Myke Reid retired effective May 13, ending an illustrious career as the APWU’s Legislative and Political Director
04/28/2013 - Bob Pritchard has announced he will retire May 10, ending a run of more than 17 years as director of the Motor Vehicle Craft.
08/20/2012 - In his first State of the Union address, APWU President Cliff Guffey praised union members for their activism and said postal workers must win our battles in the political arena.
ALSO: Thank Veterans – Give Them Jobs!
AND: Debbie Wasserman Schultz on H.R. 2309: “We’re Not Going to Stand for It”.