Official website of the IAM/Woodworkers District W24 Lodge.

2018 IAM Aerospace Conference Kicks off in Fort Worth
Click here for the story.

IP Robert Martinez Jr. Speaking to the members.

Local Members in attendance at the Conference,

Representing District W24 and Local 63 are John Hall, John Kleiboeker, PDBR Noel Willet, Steve Wilson, Carol Krohn and David Hand (ADBR Britt Corman taking the picture)


If you are interested in a ReFi or a New Home Loan, please use the link under the Resources tab on the left, go to Additional Resources and chooes Home Loan.
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NEW!!  Job Openings updated 9/12/18

Premier Gear & Machine Works is looking to hire a Journeyman Machinist for info click HERE

Western Star Truck Plant Assembly Work, More info HERE

Apprentice Machinists at Paul Brong Machine Works More Info HERE

Mondelez International Maintenance Mechanic More Info HERE

Greyhound Maintenance and Repair Mechanic More Info HERE

Pierce Pacific Manufacturing Openings More Info HERE

DSU Peterbilt hiring Collision Repair Techs and Diesel Techs More Info HERE

New 9/12/18 Penske Truck is Hiring 4 techinicians More info HERE

Fundraising Raffle's, alot of Raffels are going on with the convention, please check your locals for new updates.

Women's, Human Rights and Young Workers from our District are in the news click HERE


 District Lodge W24 organized 219 workers



This was the highest of all Districts and Unaffiliated Local Lodges in our Territory. The Districts early commitment to GPS II training program has led to an active organizing membership at the Local Lodge level. Under the new leadership of PDBR Noel Willet the District has shown a renewed effort and commitment to bringing Growth, Prosperity and Strength to the members of District Lodge W24.                                         
                                   Click Here for more award's recipients.

Remember to Update Your Mailing Address with Your Union

Often times, people don't think about updating their address with their union hall. Even if you're retired, it's important to keep your address and phone number updated. To do so, just call the Dues Office. Employers and the USPS don't update the hall automatically.

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