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IBEW 332

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Vol.1 Issue 2 April 2003

Business Manager’s Report

Thank you for your calls and comments. Based on the feedback
we've received, it looks like the IBEW 332 Newsletter is a hit!

The work picture at Local 332 has been slow, however, forecasts
for the not too distant future are very good. Coming up is the Pico
Power Plant in Milpitas and a number of projects downtown where
we have been successful through Project Labor Agreements (PLA's)
in getting the work to go 100% Union. We are also looking at 12
million dollars of electrical work at the new San Jose City Hall as well as millions of

dollars of electrical work at the San Jose Airport, where through the passage of Measure
A we expect to see this work started this summer.

As for Measure A, I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the members who
volunteered their time and helped to "Get Out the Vote" by phone banking other Local 332
members in the evening on February 23, 2003 and encouraging them to Vote yes on
Measure A. It was through their hard work and that of many others that we were successful
in passing this Measure, which will provide so many much needed jobs.

A Special Thanks goes out to Paul Shaimas, PAC Committee Chairperson. Brother
Shaimas volunteers many hours on behalf of Local 332 and it's Political Action Committee.
Paul is the person responsible for organizing the Phone Bank and getting volunteers for the
many other projects that the PAC Committee gets involved in.

Picture Contest
Continued on next page

Do you know who these guys are? Any idea when this picture was taken? How about the hair on these
guys? Do you think they have any left? Please call or e-mail Liz at with your
answers. The first person to answer correctly wins a Local 332 Sweat-shirt, so hurry and get your
answers in. The winner will be announced in the next issue of the Local 332 Newsletter. (Persons
pictured do not qualify) . Last issue winner on page 6
2 April 2003
Local 332 Newsletter
Business Managers Report
Published by: Continued from front page
IBEW Local 332 Phone Bankers: Earl Talbott; Gerald Pfeiffer, Bob Urguhardt;
Pete Reyes; Jerry South; Bobby Sciolto; Jay James; Cassie
2 1 2 5 C a n o a s G a r d e n Av e n u e , S u i t e 1 0 0 Stewart; David J. Piercy; Dave Kamachi; John Matteroli;
San Jose, CA 95125 Sal Ventura and Gabriel Rodriguez.
Te l e p h o n e … … . . . ( 4 0 8 ) 2 6 9 - 4 3 3 2
Fax.................(408)979-5500 The importance of Political Action can not be overstated.
W E B P a g e a d d r e s s : w w w. 3 3 2 . o rg It is through our involvement, both financially and actively
that we are able to affect change that is in our best interests.
Office Hours: Local 332 has been one of the biggest contributors to the I/
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m, 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Office closed 4:00 p.m. first Tuesday of each month O COPE fund, however in the past year our contributions
Office open until 6:00 p.m. all other Tuesdays
have dropped by about half. These funds are necessary,
Dispatch Hours:
Monday – Friday 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. & 4 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. they are used to support the people who support us. Local
Dispatch Hotline 979-5533 332 members who are not already contributing to COPE
will receive a mailer asking you to join and have COPE
Editorial Staff
Te r r y D . Ta n n e r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E x e c u t i v e E d i t o r contributions deducted from the money that is already being
E l i z a b e t h J e s i n g e r. . . . . . . . . . . . . M a n a g i n g E d i t o r deducted for Dues Check Off. I ask that if you are not
already contributing to COPE you seriously consider doing
Contributing Writers so in any amount. It all adds up. If you are already contributing,
Frank Cetani Jay James
Vi n c e C o s e n t i n o Robert Jesinger you may want to consider increasing the amount. Our ability
Don Dixon
Frank Garcia
John Sawtelle
S a l Ve n t u r a to elect Labor Friendly candidates is strengthened through
your contributions. COPE check off cards can be obtained
Constitutional Officers at the Local Union office.
G e r a l d E . P f e i f f e r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P r e s i d e n t
R o b e r t S e a b e r g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vi c e P r e s i d e n t
P e t e R e y e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tre a s u r e r
Te r r y D . Ta n n e r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F i n a n c i a l S e c r e t a r y
Local 332 is enjoying a Big Victory against Helix Electric.
Richard Perez......................Recording Secretary The State of California issued a ruling on March 4, 2003
involving Off-Site, Pre-fabrication by Helix Electric at the
Executive Board City of San Jose/SJSU Joint Library Project. The decision
Ti n a B e s t Kevin Kavanaugh
Mark Cosentino Bruce Ramirez requires Contractors and sub-contractors who pre-fabricate
Jay James electrical components off site to pay the fabricators at the
area's Prevailing Wage rate. Please refer to Legal Counsel's
ADDRESS CHANGES article for more information on this important decision.
When changing your address, please complete this form
and mail it directly to the Union Office. We, in turn will IBEW Local 332 Pension Trustees have been working on
notify the Stephen Chelbay Company/United Administrative some important changes to the Part B 'self-directed" Pension
Services and the IBEW Journal. Plan. Three educational meetings have been scheduled (March/
April/May) to discuss the many changes that are being implemented,
CHANGE OF ADDRESS answer your questions and review the enrollment process.
Social Security No. ___________________________Card No. ________________________ Meeting notices are being mailed by UAS. You should also
Name: have received information in the mail about the changes to
___________________________________________________________________________________ the Part B contribution rates (Blue/Yellow/Green rates).
(Please Print)
The new rates are effective April 1, 2003 and will apply
___________________________________________________________________________________ automatically unless you've completed a change form.
(City) (State) (Zip)
Telephone No.:________________________________________________________ I would like to thank the following for their contributions to
(Area Code) the member assistance fund: Pierce Egan, David Baer, Garth
Effective Date: ______________________________________________________________ Williams, Jon Blanchard, Jeffrey Cuffe, Cathleen Kammers
and Erik Matteroli. The 50/50 raffle winners were: Bruce
Member Signature:_______________________________________________ Hallen ($134.00) , Steve Brown ($50.00),Gary McDowell
($111.00) all donated their winnings back to the fund. A
Please mail this form to: Special Thanks also goes out to Brothers Bruce Ramirez
and David Baer. Bruce and Dave oversee the Membership
IBEW Local 332 Assistance fund by reviewing all applications for assistance
2125 Canoas Garden and making the appropriate determination. They have also
Avenue, Suite 100 done a great job of raising funds by selling T-shirts and
San Jose, CA 95125 running the 50/50 raffle. Way to Go!!!
April 2003 3

Don's files…
Everything seems to be going well
here at the Apprenticeship. It took
a month or so for the apprentices to
settle into the changes in curriculum,
but once that took place, the changes
seemed to have created more involvement
in their classroom projects…. The
certification is happening; you will
notice that there are ongoing Saturday
code classes to help understand how
to use the code book. It is not so
important to know what is in the code
book, as it is to be able to find it.
Ron Gossner is doing a great job. I
received my paperwork for the certification
test, and I am in the process of choosing
a date now… This summer the JATC
will be offering some great educational
opportunities for the journeymen, schedule
f o r t h c o m i n g … T h e J AT C g r a d w a l l
needs more pictures, (prior to 1983).
Please drop in and check out your
JAT C . Code Quiz Questions
- D o n D i x o n S r.
1 An all-electric home has a laundry area located in a kitchen
RETIREES' CLUB MEETINGS closet. What is the MININIUM number of branch circuits serving
this kitchen?
April 9, 2003 - Nominations of All Officers A. 2
Guest Speaker Joy Erler, San Jose Fire Department B. 3
Speaking on "Earthquake Preparedness" C. 4
May 14, 2003 - Election of Officers D. 5
Guest Speaker Barbara Stone, Diabetes Society of Santa Clara County

Join us in the dispatch office on the second Wednesday of each month,

2 Personnel protection device that de-energizes a
9:30 a.m. for coffee and doughnuts, meetings start at 10:00 a.m. circuit when the current to ground exceeds a
Please be sure and attend. predetermined value less than required to operate the
supply circuit overcorrect protective device is called a
Get Well wishes go out to Waldo Wagner and Marge Wieteska. Ill?
Please call Charlie McIntosh, Retiree Club President at 266-7356. ______.
A. circuit breaker
B. fuse
S c h e d u l e d H o l i d a y s & N o n Wo r k D a y s C. ground-fault interrupter
D. limit switch
Holiday Date I Res. S/C MH 3 The effective grounding path to ground from circuits, equipment
N o n - Wo r k d a y 5/23 X X and metal equipment enclosures shall NOT_______.
Memorial Day 5/26 X X X X A. be permanent and continuous
B. have the capacity to conduct safely any fault
Mail: PO Box 6479 San Jose, CA 95150-6479
C. have sufficiently low impedance to limit the
Office: 2125 Canoas Garden Ave, #110 voltage to ground
Phone: 408.445.3130 Fax: 408.445.3135 D. use earth as the sole equipment-grounding
24/7 Electric Line: 800.650.0361
2 4 - H o u r L o s t / S t o l e n Vi s a C h e c k C a r d conductor
Hotline: 800.322.4058 E-mail:
Office Hours: 10 am to 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday Answers on page 7
(Closed first Friday each month, federal holidays & union office holidays)
4 April 2003
By Robert E. Jesinger Legal Counsel to Local 332
TheCalifornia Department of the DIR to explain our legal is now covered by California prevailing
of Industrial Relations position, the Department has now wage law. This is clearly a departure
has issued two landmark finally recognized that its interpretation from the DIR's past interpretation
decisions regarding of the coverage of prevailing wage of the relevant statutes and regulations
the coverage of prevailing laws was overly restrictive, and and represents an extremely significant
wage laws which have that the Sansone case did not prevent victory for the protection of local
profound implications for all California the Department from rendering prevailing rates that have been
Building Trades. In two cases an analysis of the coverage issue attained through the hard work
filed by this firm on behalf of the that depended on other factors of organized labor to insure that
IBEW Local 332 and sheet Metal not present in or considered by local workers earn a living wage
Workers, the DIR determined that the Sansone court. without being underbid by out-
offsite fabrication work performed of-town cut-rate employers.
specifically for a particular construction The DIR determined that workers
project is covered by the State's are employed "in the execution The DIR has designated these decisions
prevailing wage statutes. of the contract for public work" as formal legal precedents. They
within the meaning of the California will therefore apply statewide to
For the last 27 years, under numerous Labor Code when they are engaged all public works covered by California's
gubernatorial administrations, the in offsite fabrication of items produced prevailing wage laws which are
California DIR has construed off- s p e c i a l l y f o r t h e P u b l i c Wo r k s advertised for bid after the date
site work as beyond the coverage Project and not for sale on the of the decisions - March 4, 2003.
of prevailing wage laws under the general market.
a u t h o r i t y o f a c a s e c a l l e d O . G. Now, non-union electrical contractors
Sansone v. Dept. of Transportation The effect of these decisions is will no longer unfairly underbid
(1976) 55 Cal.App.3d 434. However, significant, to say the least. Offsite our union contractors for public
after the submission of position fabrication work where the fabricated works jobs by estimating on the
papers in support of our legal position, items are specifically produced basis of shipping fabrication work
and meeting with representatives for a particular public works project off-site to one of their minimum
wage sweat shops.

Los Esteros Peaker Plant

The work at the Calpine Los Esteros Critical Energy Geno Townsend, Wendall Weber, Richard Ted Emmet James Davis, David Funderburg, Jeff Ols
Center is winding down after providing our members Bennett, Dave Pray, Brian Saunders, Raymond Dones, Naomi Hopkins, Art John R
with much needed work hours during the fall and winter Jeremy Smyth, Chris Yacavone, Todd Peredia, Carl Vasquez, John Huenneke, Curtis
season. A 180 MegaWatt "Peaker Plant", Los Esteros Castner, Bob Stephenson, Bob Fredlund, Wenefredo Mandilag, Jason Munoz, Stephe
is a natural gas-fired energy center located in north Rudy Castillo, Hector Rodriguez, Carlos Danny Rodriguez, Rodolph Abad, Richard
San Jose near the McCarthy Ranch developments. Avila, John Urdahl, Jim Sialaris, JP Gonzales, Jesus Morales, Greg Wallace, Forem
Kilburn, Joseph Surick, Ana Medina, Scott Brown, Jeff Bowline, Gary Koepplin, Danny
At the time of these pictures there were approximately Sandy Klingval, Tim Gallo, Robert Cobb, Joel Smith, Art Armendariz, Shawn Illges,
130 electrical workers on the jobsite. Ken Fussell, Gary Hong, Joe Smith, Shirley, Jon Wytrykus, Danny Mendenall, Dave K
Inside Apprentice's: Travis Cowdery, Johnny Parra, Ron M
Jim Gibson, Robert Chon, Laura Rotter, Eddie Crump, and St
Mark Shoop, Gabe Rodriguez, Chris Wagner, Dave
Zabel, Brad Gentrup, Jason Sharnee, Ben Trujillo, Gener
David Caffaro, Ryan Briscoe, Antonio Gutierrez, Juan John M
Sanchez, Ed Logan, John Saechao, Scott Seaburg, Ron Mike F
Ramos, Louis Hajdu, Paul Zele.
Inside Electricians: Ryan Anderson, Nelson Jennings, and Jo
Lyonnel Francis, Joshua Jakubs, Ernie Huggins, Virgil Stewa
Thompson, Garrett Zwart, Ian Fleming, Phil DiGiralamo, Anton
Jeff Fleming, Michael Jacobs, Randall Woods, Hank
Marlowe, Dennis Caddell, Mike Barats, John Smith,
J a n u aA
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l 2a0r 0c h
3 2003 5

News From NorCal G reetings Sisters and Brothers. In

this issue I want to try to better equip
you, as a member of the IBEW, with
T he third annual NorCal Sub-JATC retreat has been approved information on how to get involved in
by the Trustees. The retreat will bring together about 55-60 the Local's events.
persons including "Inside" members involved in the training of
Sound & Communication/VDV apprentices in Northern California. General Membership Meeting
This has proven to be a very productive event in the past with lots First Tuesday of the Month* @ 5:30pm
of information shared. NorCal has been involved in preliminary
discussions with the State of California to determine the ways Sound & Comm. Committee Meeting
that Employment Training Panel (ETP) funding might be used to Second Wednesday of the Month @ 5:30pm
help the Local in its future efforts to prepare S&C Installers and Political Action Committee Meeting Last
above to take the California "VDV TECHNICIAN" mandatory
Tuesday of the Month @ 5:00pm
Certification due in the next few years.
*denotes Election Cycle Tuesdays
Following are NorCal's description of the four "Knowledge, Skills (Meetings usually Moved to First
& Abilities" (KSA's) for Sound & Communication/VDV Apprentice,
Installer, Technician and Industry:

Data Telephone Systems Everyone is encouraged to come to

Sound & Pro Audio/Video Systems any and all of these meetings and
Life Safety Systems events. One night a month is all it
Security Systems takes to play an active role in the
Local, so I challenge all of you to get
If you would like to know more about the Sound & Communication/ involved!!! These are only some of
VDV Industry in Northern California please visit the following the meetings that our Local has on a
monthly basis. (NorCal LMCC website); (Santa Clara County S&C/VDV Apprenticeship) John Sawtelle

son, Ali Paknahal, Steve Guzman,

Rodriguez, Al Boler, Jesus Velasco,
s Linderman, James McKenny,
en Power, and Jim VanHuesen.

men: Don Taucher, JR Raynor,

y Davis, Dan Trammel, Ray
John Matteroli, Marc Perretta,
Kamachi, Bob Seaburg, Brian
er, Morgan Hayes, Matt Cosgrove,
Mattern, James Flynn, Joe Perez,
teve Inglefinger.

ral Fore m e n: Bruce Hawley,

McKenny, Robert Paretti, and

rintendents: Dan McAlpin

ohn Guadarrama.
ard's: Claudio Navarro, Eric
nicic, and Dave Baer
6 April 2003

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition Calls for Community Labor History Classes
Investigation of TCE Health Risks The Labor History Committee is conducting
Classes at the JATC. Classes will be held;
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is an industrial solvent that is widely
used as a cleaning and degreasing agent. After performing a S a t u rd a y, A p r i l 5 , 2 0 0 3
new toxicity assessment, the U.S. Environmental Protection 9 : 0 0 A . M . t o 3 : 3 0 P. M .
Agency now realizes that "TCE poses a higher health risk
than previously understood for susceptible populations (infants S a t u rd a y, M a y 1 7 , 2 0 0 3
and young children, people with chronic disease, and people 9 : 0 0 A . M . t o 3 : 3 0 P. M .
with higher background exposures). TCE has the potential
to cause cancer in humans if they are exposed to high enough Please call the Union office at
levels for long enough periods of time." (U.S. EPA, Mountain ( 4 0 8 ) 2 6 9 - 4 3 3 2 t o re g i s t e r f o r t h e c l a s s e s .
View Sites Update, January 2003, emphasis added). TCE
is a recognized carcinogen under California's Prop 65 listing
of chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer. MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
TCE is also suspected to cause developmental, reproductive Tu e s d a y, A p r i l 1 , 2 0 0 3
and neurological health problems. Regular Membership Meeting
Beer and Sandwich Night
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition believes new evidence of Tu e s d a y, M a y 6 , 2 0 0 3
the hazards posed by TCE contamination at Mountain View's Regular Membership Meeting
MEW Superfund site, evidence of cross contamination at SPECIAL CALLED MEETING
the Moffett Field Superfund site, and increased community Tu e s d a y A p r i l 1 5 , 2 0 0 3
Residential 5pm
concerns over air pathway exposures warrant a reexamination Material handler 6 pm
of existing Superfund cleanup plans. The upcoming 5-year (to allocate 6/103 increase)
review of the MEW Superfund Record of Decision provides S O U N D & C O M M U N I C AT I O N
an appropriate opportunity for the community to ensure MEETINGS
ongoing cleanup of toxic contaminants are protective of the
We d n e s d a y, A p r i l 2 , 2 0 0 3
community's health.
We d n e s d a y, M a y 7 , 2 0 0 3
Problem sites: Middlefield-Ellis-Whisman Study Area in
Mountain View; NASA Moffitt Field Site; GTE Government PENSION MEETINGS
Systems (Whisman/Central Expressway/Hwy 237); JASCO To D i s c u s s P a r t B ( D e f i n e d C o n t r i b u t i o n )
Investment Changes
Chemical Company.
We d n e s d a y, A p r i l 3 , 2 0 0 3
For more information, please contact: 5:30 p.m.
Michael Stanley-Jones or Elena Clariza S a t u r d a y, M a y 3 , 2 0 0 3
Sustainable Water Program - Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition 9:00 a.m. - 3 p.m.
760 North First Street, San Jose CA 95112
Tel. 408-287-6707, ext. 310 or E-mail:
Check website for TCE updates - Armand "Jack" Motch

P i c t u r e C o n t e s t Wi n n e r
Lupe Caceres, of the Electric Federal Credit Union was the winner of our last
picture contest. Lupe came up with most of the names of the persons in the
picture. The picture was of the 1976 (front page of previous issue) Inside
Wireman Graduating Class. Persons pictured were: (back row, left to right)
Jeff Fleming, Larry Garcia, Dick Perez, Larry Crulee, Randy Peterson, Ron
Kolbu, Ron Baker, Art Godinez, Tim Adams, Tim Quast, Mark Adams, Tom
Harrington and Rod Krawez (front row, left to right) Eric Antonici, Don Long,
Art Peredia, Rudy Salvador, Bob Tragni, Ed Ferraro, Randall Woods and Dennis
Te r r y congratulating Lupe
Green. Congratulations Lupe, great job!!!
April 2003 7

L o c a l 3 3 2 S o u n d & C o m m u n i c a t i o n s J AT C
B y : F r a n k G. G a rc i a , S & C Tr a i n i n g D i re c t o r

The Sound & Communications JATC has seen a dramatic growth in the last five years. The Telecommunications
Industry is in part the main reason for this growth. Due to the ease in transmitting Digital information
using a standardized Cabling infrastructure that will last over twenty years of use, corporations
continue to install new cabling infrastructures to increase productivity. Local 332 Sound & Communications
JAT C j u m p e d o n t h e i n c r e a s e d d e m a n d f o r t r a i n e d p e o p l e t o i n s t a l l t h i s i n f r a s t r u c t u r e b y s e t t i n g u p
t h e f i r s t B I C S I Te l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s L a b . T h e S o u n d a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n s J AT C s t a r t e d t h e f i r s t
c l a s s u s i n g t h i s c u r r i c u l u m i n S e p t e m b e r 1 9 9 9 . U s i n g S o u n d a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n s J AT C i n s t r u c t o r s
to teach this curriculum, all first year Sound and Communications apprentices receive this classroom
a n d h a n d s o n t r a i n i n g . T h e B I C S I c o u r s e w a s a l s o o f f e r e d t o a l l L o c a l 3 3 2 I n s t a l l e r s , Te c h n i c i a n s
and Senior Technicians.

Ever since the BICSI lab was up and running, the demand for more labs has increased. The Sound
and Communications JATC has met that demand by leasing space across the parking lot from the main
t r a i n i n g c e n t e r. 9 11 B e r n C o u r t , S u i t e 1 0 0 i s t h e n e w h o m e f o r t h e S o u n d a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n s L a b ,
Tr a i n i n g D i r e c t o r a n d R e g i o n a l N O R C A L S o u n d a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n s A p p r e n t i c e s h i p . T h e n e w l a b
w a s s e t u p t o c o v e r a l l h a n d s o n t r a i n i n g . T h e l a b c o v e r s h a n d s o n t r a i n i n g i n Te l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s
work area installation, Meter reading, Security installation, Fire Alarm installation, telephone installation,
CCTV camera installation and card access reader installation. One of the favorite labs, is the Satellite
dish installation. Students learn to set up the dish with azimuth and degree settings and tuning with a
strength meter. Work is in progress for an Audio Video Lab. This lab will cover complete installation
of Surround Sound and Ceiling Mount Projector with computer interface. Stay tuned!

Tully Gardens - Apartments

Phase I & II, 305 Units
Phase I - 153 Units
Phase II - 152 Units

Community Room, fitness room and offices in each building

Detached parking structure

Electricians have been on the job six months, they expect job
to take another 12 months to complete. Job should man up to
10 electricians.
From Left to Right:
Chris Rafter, Armando Cabrales, Jason
Liu, Scott Simon, Rudy Guerrero

Golf Schedule

April 19, Sat Club Tilden Park 9:45 A.M. $72 cart incl 3/29/03

May 31, Sat Club The Reserve GC 10:00 A.M. $74 cart incl 4/19/03

Stockton, CA

* Pay at previous month’s tournament or mail to IBEW GOLF CLUB, 985 Sixth St. Gilroy Ca. 95020. Please pay Sincere good wishes to Brother
b y c h e c k o n l y. M a k e c h e c k s p a y a b l e t o I B E W G O L F C L U B a n d p l e a s e n o t e f o r w h i c h t o u r n a m e n t i t i s f o r o n t h e c h e c k .
Jerrimia (Jerry) Garcia-
Fees are refundable only when you contact a board member 15 days before the tournament date. David Brown's
phone number s (408) 842-9140 and Ray Gilcrest's phone number is (408) 265-0450.
Moreno (3rd year S&CApprentice).
Corporal Garcia-Moreno has
been called to active duty

Quiz 1. b. 1999-210-52(b)(f)
2. c.1999-Art 100
in the United States Marine
Corps. Please keep him in

your hearts and prayers during
3. d.1999-250-2(d),250-54 these trying times.
April 2003

February 2003

As of January 28th of this year, IBEW
332 has 15 new Journeyman Wiremen.
These fifteen members just completed
the Intermediate Journeyman Upgrade
class and successfully passed the
Local's Journeyman Wireman's test.

At the graduation dinner, all but one of

the recent graduates attended and
received their Journeyman's certificate
and new ID badge. The attached group
F r o n t r o w, l e f t t o r i g h t :
M i r z a O m e r a g i c , D a v i d We i s s h a h n , N a j i b B a t h i s h , photo was taken at the ceremony.
C a r l o s Av i l a , S c o t t Va l e n z u e l a , G u a d a l u p e G u t i e r r e z ,
J o s e p h S . S u r i c k J r. , We n e f r e d o P. M a n d i l a g
Congratulations to our new
B a c k r o w, l e f t t o r i g h t : Journeymen. Welcome brothers!
To d d R . S h i e l s , N e d z a d M u j i c , R i c h a r d M a y, R o n
Howie (Instructor), Chris Norwood, Kenneth Ortloff,
Brandon Quibelan
Jay James,
Also graduating, but not pictured is Robert E. Collins Organizer, IBEW 332
Congratulations Brothers on a job well done!!

International Nonprofit

Brotherhood of
U.S. Postage
Electrical San Jose, CA
Permit NO. 1133

Workers, Local 332

2125 Canoas Garden Ave., Suite 100
San Jose, California 95125

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