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LaCROSSE RETIREE LUNCHEON

Friday, April 19th <> NOON

Tom Sawyer's Bar & Grill

136 Clinton Street

LaCrosse

RAPIDS RETIREE LUNCHEON

Friday, May 10th <> NOON

IBEW Hall

220 Johnson Street

Wisconsin Rapids

MADISON RETIREE LUNCHEON

Thursday, June 20th <> NOON

IW383 Hall & Training Center

5501 Manufacturers Drive

Madison

LaCROSSE INFO MEETING

Thursday, May 30th <> 5:00 pm

Mirage Sports Bar & Grill

3511 Morman Coulee Road

LaCrosse

RAPIDS INFO MEETING

Thursday, June 27th <> 5:00 PM

IBEW Hall

220 Johnson Street

Wisconsin Rapids

Madison   (608)256-3162

 

Our Hall & Training Center is located on the northeast side of Madison. Business Manager/Financial Secretary-Treasurer Tim DeMinter runs the Local from this office. He is assisted by Business Agent, Anthony Anastasi.

 

5501 Manufacturers Drive

Madison, WI  53704

lisa@iron383.com

cell - Tim 608-335-3162, Anthony 608-577-7555

 

Wis Rapids   (715)424-1192

The north sub office is located in the IBEW Building and Business Agent Adam Maves operates from there. If he is not in his office, he can be reached on his cell at (715)498-4280

 

220 Johnson Street

Wisconsin Rapids, WI  54495

iwlu383@wctc.net

 

LaCrosse   (608)769-6430

In the LaCrosse area, part-time Business Agent DuWayne Knobloch takes care of our members. We do not have an office, but you can reach him by phone during normal business hours.

 

DuWayne Knobloch, BA

(608)769-6430

durector@hotmail.com

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   Chartered in 1923, Iron Workers Local 383 of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers, represents over 600 members in 29 counties in the State of Wisconsin and includes Journeypersons, Apprentices, Probationary, Honorary and Lifetime members. We strive to meet or exceed the needs of our signatory contractors by providing a trained and highly skilled workforce. We accomplish our goal through an apprenticeship program, journeyman upgrade training and organizing.

   Members abide by the Ironworkers' Standards of Excellence. The purpose of the Ironworkers' Standards of Excellence is to reinforce the pride of every ironworker and our commitment to be the most skilled, most productive and safest craft in the Building Trades. As Union Ironworkers, we pledge ourselves to uphold our word, as given through our Collective Bargaining Agreements, and display the professionalism expected of our Trade and Union in all aspects of our employment as exemplified by the values ingrained in our Standards of Excellence. It is a commitment to use our training and skills, each and every day, to produce the highest quality work worthy of our name and consistent with the Collective Bargaining Agreement. 

Celebrate IW Local 383's 100th Anniversary with commemorative items including a book written with specfic 383 history and photos, a heavy insulated cooler, hat, tumbler, hard hat stickers and lapel pins. Sold by the bundle for $100.00.

Iron Workers Local 383 Officers

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Tim DeMinter, Business Manager/Financial Secretary-Treasurer

Anthony Anastasi, President

Mike Duncan, Vice President     Pete Stern, Recording Secretary

Steve Cox, Sergeant at Arms/Conductor

Executive Committee:

Steve Cox   Jesse Demerath   Chris Kraft   John Meister   Steve Schaefer

Trustees:

Jessica McKnight   Tim Manderbach   Dan Pulvermacher

Examining Committee:

        Dave Silbernagel     Chris Kraft        

 

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