April 3, 2009 Volume 110 Number 7

Breunig appointed administrator of IAM/Boeing Joint Programs

Stacy Breunig has been appointed administrator of the IAM/Boeing Joint Programs in Gresham, a labor-management partnership that works to improve the health, safety and educational opportunities for union-represented workers.

Breunig’s first day on the job was April 1.

She succeeds Jim Thompson, who retired. Thompson is president of Machinists District Lodge 24, and will continue in that capacity until his term of office expires.

Breunig is a 22-year member of Machinists Lodge 63 at Boeing in Gresham. She has served as president of the local and as chief shop steward.

In November 2007 she was hired as communications representative of the Machinists Western Territory headquartered in Folsom, Calif.

The appointment to the Joint Programs — made by Machinists District Lodge 24 Directing Business Representative Bob Petroff — brings Breunig back home.

The IAM/ Boeing Joint Programs is part of the collective bargaining agreement between the Machinists and Boeing. Its leadership, staff, and services are governed equally by the union and Boeing management.

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