President Gibson was elected to his third term as Local President in 2017 after service as Vice President for four years and Branch President of the Philadelphia NDC for twelve years. Prior to his election as Branch President in 1999 Brother Gibson had served as an alternate, regular and chief shop steward since 1991. President Gibson has also performed duties as a Regional Representative for the Eastern Area, Area Safety and Health Representative for both the Cap Metro and Eastern Areas. President Gibson also currently serves on the National Executive Board as the Eastern Region Vice President as well as National Shop Steward Trainer.
Local Treasurer Mike Mohan began his career in 1988 at the Philadelphia Bulk Mail Center where he served as shop steward and chief steward as well as arbitration advocate. Mike has over 20 years representing Mail Handlers at the Philadelphia facility and has advocated cases throughout the Local. Mike is currently serving his second term as local treasurer e-mail [email protected]
Newly elected Vice President Chris Lee came into office in March of 2017. Prior to that, Brother Lee, during his 18 years as a Mail Handler at the Philadelphia NDC has served the membership first as an Alternate Steward than as a Regular Steward before becoming Chief Shop Steward in January of 2017.Chris has been representing mail handlers for more than 10 years and during this time he has represented mail handlers at Unemployment, Injury Compensation and Reasonable Accommodation hearings (DRAC). In addition, Chris has represented mail handlers in a number of EEO Redress mediation hearings while also assisting in the preparation of discrimination complaints against the employer. He's been trained in Arbitration Advocacy by National President Paul Hogrogian and National Trainer Tim Dwyer and has used said training while advocating a number of cases.
Recording Secretary Joe Zelenenki is now in his third term as both Branch President at the Phila. NDC and as Recording Secretary for Local 308. Joe has been representing mail handlers for over 20 years in a number of different forums including Injury Compensation hearings, EEO and Unemployment Hearings . In addition, he has been trained in Arbitration Advocacy at the George Meany Labor College and has advocated a number of cases including but not limited to, removal actions, which resulted in mail handlers being returned to duty. During his tenure as Phila. NDC Branch President Joe has also filed disputes under the RI-399 provisions to both maintain and gain mail handler positions.
Brother Campellone's current term as NJ State Executive Board Member makes it his fourth. Nick also serves as the Branch President of the South Jersey P & DC where he has been thrice elected and twice appointed. In addition, Brother Campellone serves the Local as an arbitration advocate. Over the course of his Union service Nick has held a number of positions including Shop Steward, Chief Shop Steward, Contract Administrator for the South Jersey plant and legislative activist during our most recent National Legislative Conference.
Brother Rembelinsky is now serving his fourth term as Pennsylvania State Executive Board Member and Philadelphia P &DC Branch President. Mike's prior service includes more than 23 years as a Chief Shop Steward beginning at the Philadelphia BMC and then the P &DC. Brother Rembelinsky also heads the Local's Political and Legislative activities with his work with the AFL-CIO and has also served our National Office as a Legislative Liaison during our two most recent election cycles
Brian has been a Mail Handler and NPMHU member for 19 years and became a Union Steward 3 years ago and quickly elevated to Chief Steward on Tour 3. Brother Clark is both humbled and excited to have been elected President of the Delaware P&DC as well as Delaware State Executive Board Member and ready to lead the fight.
"I’ve assembled a strong team of Stewards that are ready to battle in the constant fight against the injustices imposed on Mail Handlers by postal management. I am proud to represent and serve each and every Mail Handler in this facility and the State of Delaware, both individually and collectively." - Brian Clark
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