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October 01, 2020

On This Day in 1892
29 strike leaders are charged with treason – plotting "to incite insurrection, rebellion & war against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania" – for daring to strike the Carnegie Steel Co. in Homestead, Pa. Jurors refuse to convict them.
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Officers & Staff
President/Business Agent
Denis Taylor


   Denis served six years in the U.S. Army, before becoming a member of Local 355 in 1979 while employed as a driver at United Parcel Service. In 1982, he was elected by his coworkers as shop steward.
   He was Sergeant-at-Arms for Local 355 in 1983, and Recording Secretary for the Local in 1988. In 1991 Denis became a Local business agent. He was subsequently elected president and principal officer in 1994, a position he has held since. 

  • President Teamsters Joint Council #62: 1998-Present
  • Teamsters International Representative: 2000-Present
  • Teamsters Trade Show & Convention Center Division Director: 2014-Present
  • Teamsters International Trustee: 2016
  • Teamsters UPS National Negotiating Committee: 2002, 2007, 2012
  • Local 355 Pension Fund Trustee: 2006-Present
  • UPS Atlantic Area Negotiating Committee: 1993-2017
  • Teamsters Package Division Director: 2017 - 

Contact Denis at 410-566-5700, Ext. 111




Secretary-Treasurer/Business Agent
David White


   Dave originally joined the Teamsters Union in 1967 while employed at Montgomery Ward, and became a member of Local 355 in 1980 while employed as a driver for B. Green & Co. In 1983, Dave became shop steward for Green's transportation department, a position he held until 1993. 
   In 1994, Dave was elected Local 355 Secretary-Treasurer, a position he holds today.

  • Local 355 Health & Welfare Fund Labor Trustee: Chairman 1994-Present
  • Local 355 Pension Fund Labor Trustee: 1994-Present
  • Local 355 Legal Fund Labor Trustee: 1994-Present
  • Eastern Shore Teamsters Pension Fund Labor Trustee: 1998-Present  

Contact Dave at 410-566-5700, Ext. 124




Vice President/Business Agent
Bill Alexander


   Bill joined the Teamsters Union in 1973 while employed as a driver for Anchor Motor Freight. He was elected in 1986 shop steward by his coworkers at New Penn, serving in that capacity until 1997, when he was elected vice president of Teamsters Local 557. Bill was elected president of Local 557 in 2002 and served until Local 557 merged with Local 355 in 2005, at which time he became Local 355's recording secretary. In December 2015, the Local Executive Board appointed Bill to the office of vice president upon the retirement of Vice President Ervin Williams. Additional career highlights include:

  • Member, Maryland-D.C. Supplemental Negotiating Committee: 2002-Present   
  • Member, National Master Automobile Transporters Negotiating Committee: 2007-Present
  • Eastern Area Supplemental Negotiating Committee: 2002-Present
  • Teamsters Local 557 Pension Fund Labor Trustee, Chairman: 2002 - Present  

   Bill represents members in Freight and Car Haul at the following companies:

Freight
ABF Freight
New Penn Motor Express
YRC Freight


Carhaul
Annapolis Junction Rail Solutions
Cassens Transport Company
Jack Cooper Transport Company

Contact Bill at 410-566-5700, Ext. 110




Recording Secretary/Business Agent
Mark Garey


   Mark originally joined the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 557 in 1993 as a driver in the freight industry. He was a shop steward at USF Redstar. He became a recording secretary for Local 557 in 2002, then secretary-treasurer in 2003.
    In 2006, Mark joined Local 355 staff as a business agent. In December 2015, the Local Executive Board appointed him Local 355 recording secretary.

   Mark represents members in the Freight, Small Package, Car Rental and Airport Services Industries at the following companies: 

UPS Freight DHL Express
Avis Car Rental Hertz Car Rental
First Transit Adell Plastics
Budget Car Rental Signature Flight/ASIG
Leonard Paper







 

Contact Mark at 410-566-5700, Ext. 114




Trustee/UPS
Janet Genovese


   Janet joined Teamsters 355 when she started working at UPS part-time as a driver's helper. She was elected shop steward in 1997, and with the exception of one term, has been a shop steward since. In 2001, she became a full-time UPS employee working in the warehouse.
   Janet became a trustee in 2007, becoming the first woman ever to be elected to the 355 executive board. She attended the 2007 Woman's Conference.




Trustee/Sysco
Chris Greene


   Chris first became a union member in the 1970s when he joined Cement Masons' Local 43 in Baltimore, Md. He joined Local 355 in 1987 when he went to work for B. Green Wholesale, also in Baltimore. In 1993, Chris signed on as a driver for foods distributor, Sysco Baltimore, Jessup, Md., and has been a shop steward since 2001.
   He was appointed a Local 355 trustee in September 2017 to fill a vacancy on the Executive Board.



Trustee
Dale Pink


    In September of 1989 when Dale started with UPS in Harrington, DE as a part-time local sorter, his career goal was law enforcement. In September 1999, he was tapped to be a manager in local sorters. He accepted the part-time position because it allowed him to continue working toward an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice at Delaware Tech & County College in Georgetown, DE.
    In March 1996, Dale took a full-time package driver position and rejoined the Teamsters, thinking he’d stay until he found a job as a police officer. He received his degree but he stayed with UPS and in July 2017, Dale was appointed shop steward.
   Dale was appointed a Local 355 trustee in March 2020 to fill a vacancy on the Executive Board.



Business Agent
Chip Elgert


   While employed as a helper at The Kronheim Company, Lloyd "Chip" Elgert joined Local 355 in 1966 and served on the negotiation committee there in 1970. Chip went on to become a driver and shop steward for Liquid Carbonic Corporation from 1970 until 1997.
   Chip became Local 355 Sargeant at Arms in 1990 serving in that capacity until 1997 when he became a Local 355 business agent.
   Chip represents members in the Gas, Chemical, Dry Ice, Spirit & Fine Wine, Duty-Free Distribution, Truck Maintenance, Wholesale Maintenance Supply, Bakery Distribution, and Film Production industries at the following companies:

AirGas East
Dry Ice Corp.
Mid-Atlantic Baking
Penske Truck Leasing
Baker's Express
Nu-Star Energy
Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC)
Movie Industry

Contact Chip at 410-566-5700, Ext 113




Business Agent
John Caparatta


   John originally joined the Teamsters Union in 1986 and became a member of Local 355 in 1990 while employed as a driver for Burris Foods. In 1993, he signed on as a shop steward and served in that capacity until he joined the Local 355 staff as a business agent in 1999.
   John represents members in the Airline, Bakery, Building Materials and Construction, Foodservice, Food Processing, Industrial Trades, Transportation and Warehouse industries at the following companies:

Burris Foods
Mountaire Farms
RAPA
Piedmont Airlines
Stroehmann Bakeries
Penn Fibre Plastics
Allen Harim Foods
Kraft/Heinz
ALSCO


Contact John at 410-566-5700, Ext. 150




Business Agent
Marcus Smith


   Marcus became a member of Local 355 in 1984 while employed as a warehouseman for B. Green & Co. The following year he was elected warehouse shop steward. In 1993, when Marcus began work for Mountainside Transportation, he signed on as a dockmen/loader shop steward, then in 1995 went on to be a warehouse shop steward at Sysco Food Service. In 1999, Marcus became a business agent for Local 355, a position he holds today.
   Marcus represents members employed in Transportation and the Public Sector:

Anne Arundel Cty Fire Battalion Chiefs
Anne Arundel Cty Park Rangers
Anne Arundel Cty Corrections Program Specialists
Anne Arundel Cty Deputy Sheriffs
State of Maryland: MTA; Dept. Health & Mental Hygiene
TransDev    

Contact Marcus at 410-566-5700, Ext. 115




Business Agent
Eric Wood


   While employed as a sorter at United Parcel Service Quad Avenue, Eric became a member of Local 355 in 1990. In 1994 he became a full-time delivery driver and served as shop steward from 1997 through 2005. Eric was a feeder driver from 2005 until 2006, when he became a business agent for Local 355.
   In 2017 Eric was appointed to serve on the UPS Atlantic-Area Negotiating Committee.

   Eric represents members at the following locations:

UPS Baltimore

UPS Easton

UPS Salisbury

UPS Harrington

Contact Eric at 410-566-5700, Ext. 112




Organizer/Business Agent
Ed Mulford III


   Ed joined Local 355 in 1991 when he signed on as a driver at Sysco. In 1994, he went to work for U.S. Foodservice and was elected shop steward in 1997. In 2006 served as an alternate delegate to the 2006 IBT Convention in Las Vegas. Appointed to the local executive board as a trustee, Ed was elected to the position in 2008. In May 2015, Ed joined the Local 355 staff.

Horseshoe Casino
Sysco

Westway Feed
Contanda
Perishable Delivery
Bond Street
Rezenberger
Belair Produce

Contact Ed at 410-566-5700, Ext. 126




Business Agent
Mike Petro


   Mike Petro began working for UPS in the Preload Dept. at the Quad Avenue facility in 1990, became a full-time driver in 1994, and was elected shop steward in 2006. He served as an alternate delegate at the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Convention in 2011. Mike joined the Local 355 staff as a business agent in 2016.

Mike represents members at

UPS Aberdeen
UPS Quad
UPS Baltimore Package Drivers
UPS Baltimore Day Hub

Contact Mike at 410-566-5700, Ext. 127




Business Agent
John Moylan


   John began his trucking career as a truck helper in 1986 for The Kronheim Co. In 1989 he joined the Teamsters when he went to work with Reliable Liquors as a driver. He was elected shop steward in 1996, a position he held up until the company closed in February 2002. A month later, John gained employment as a driver with Praxair. He was again was elected a shop steward and worked through April 2008, when Praxair also closed its doors.
   In August 2008, John went to work for Giant Food as a driver for the local pharmaceutical distribution center where he was elected shop steward and Lead Driver. But in 2016 Giant Food decided to shutter its pharmaceutical division, putting John and his coworkers out of a job. John quickly went to work as a Baltimore Sun driver and the following year also signed on with DHL as a part-timer.
   Throughout 2017 John worked both jobs until he went full time with DHL. He remained at DHL until he joined the Local 355 staff as a Business Agent in 2018.

*Sergeant at Arms 1997-2018
*Alternate Delegate at the 2001 IBT Convention
*Sergeant at Arms at the 2006 IBT Convention
*Delegate at the 2016 IBT Convention

John represents members at:

Capital Carbonic
Holly Poultry
Old Line Custom Meats
Penske/Halpern
Praxair
Allied Bindery
Amports
J.W. Treuth
Baltimore Sun: Drivers
Baltimore Sun: Pressmen
Dow Jones

Contact John at 41o-566-5700, Ext. 128




Business Agent
Timothy Marvel


  Tim is a fifth-generation trade unionist who joined Local 355 in 1991 as a part-timer< for UPS while attending Towson State University. After graduating, he chose to go full-time with UPS as a package car driver, a position he holds today. He became a shop steward in 2003, working under the tutelage of former trustee Don Riley. He was elected trustee in 2008.
   In January 2020, Tim joined the Local 355 staff as a business agent.

Tim represents employees at

UPS Hunt Valley
UPS Baltimore-Washington International Airport

 

Contact Tim at 410-566-5700, Ext. 123




Office Manager
Gina Brown


Gina is the administrative assistant to the principal officer and manages the day-to-day operations of the Local.

Contact Gina at 410-566-5700




Administrative Support/ Baltimore
Bonnie Hall


Bonnie is a Titan system operator handling membership and dues administration at the Baltimore office

Contact Bonnie at 410-566-5700




Administrative Support/ Baltimore
Jesse Taylor


Jesse is a Titan system operator handling membership and dues administration at the Baltimore office.

Contact Jesse at 410-566-5700




Credit Union Manager
Rose Queen


Rose manages Local 355's Maryland Federal Credit Union in Baltimore. 

Contact Rose at 410-566-5700













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