The next regular monthly union meeting will be held on

 Tuesday, September 20, at 7:30 pm


The AssociationFor all members of the New American Airlines, formerly US. Airways and United Airlines employees, a new “drop down” site has been added to the home page. The new site titled THE ASSOCIATION, will contain the latest information on those negotiations, as they are received. Please check this site often for the latest updates. As always, contact your Shop Steward, or General Chairperson for any clarification.


important noticeAt  the regular meeting of June 21, nominations were called for two open L.L.2319 Executive Board positions. One position of Recording Secretary, and one Trustee position. Sister Denise Schoonmaker was the sole nominee for Recording Secretary, she will assume that position at the next regular meeting in September.

Sister Patty Delgado, and Brothers Mike Weinert, and Anthony Cotoia, were nominated for the one Trustee position. Due to the fact there will be no regular meetings for the months of July and August, the one Trustee position election will be held when regular meetings commence.



The following members were voted on to be delegates to the IAM Grand Lodge Convention, representing Local Lodge 2319.

Dave Supplee, Ken Champagne, Joe Pascarella, Bill Theodore, Jim Condon, Mike Weinert



Dist. 141 BannerDistrict 141 Convention Delegates

The following members were elected as delegates to the IAM District 141 Convention

Ted Thibodeaux,                        United Airlines, Ft. Myers
Cheryl Sciortino,                        United Airlines, Tampa
Shelly Clark,                              United Airlines, Work at home
Anthony Cotoia,                         United Airlines, Work at home
Kim Borg,                                   United Airlines, Work at home (Alternate delegate)


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IAM Part of Healing Process in Orlando
IAM Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) representatives last week mobilized in Orlando, FL to aid  IAM members, their families and the community following the worst mass shooting in American history.  IAM member and Southwest Airlines Customer Service Representative (CSR) Angelique Caro was shot and wounded and IAM member and United Airlines CSR Angel Mendez lost his son, Jean Carlos Mendez.

IAM District 141 and 142 EAP Chairpersons, Kathy Ferguson and Paul Shultz, District 141 East Coast Region EAP Representative Victor Acosta, CIRT Coordinator Stephanie Starks and Grand Lodge Representative Joe Stassi were dispatched to Orlando shortly after the shooting and met with IAM members and their families in an effort to assess and stabilize the situation and get needed resources to affected IAM members and their families.

“I thank Stephanie, Kathy, Paul, Victor and Joe who immediately went to Orlando to do what they could to ease the pain of that city,” said General Vice President Sito Pantoja. “I want every single IAM member, particularly Angelique and Angel, to know that their union is here for them and will stand by them during this most difficult time. That’s what brothers and sisters do.”
“I cannot put into words the feeling I had when this one young man hugged me repeatedly and said thank you for caring,” said IAM CIRT Coordinator and Flight Attendant Stephanie Starks. “It makes it all so very worthwhile to make a positive difference and bring comfort to someone who is hurting.”
Stephanie, Joe, Kathy, Paul and Victor met with IAM members and their families during the week, as well as visited Angelique in the hospital and met with Angel at his home.
IAM EAP and CIRT Representatives undergo rigorous training at the William W. Winpisinger Center to aid IAM members, their families and the community at large to deal with issues as varied as substance abuse and family stressors to catastrophic events such as last Saturday’s mass shooting.
EAP and CIRT Representatives will continue to be part of IAM members and their families’ healing process and will provide necessary resources to them as needed.
“The initial response is primarily to stabilize the situation,” said IAM District 141 Director Bryan Hutchinson. “The real response comes two to four weeks after the incident when other support has been withdrawn and the media attention has died down.”
Please click here to contact District 142 EAP.


Show your Support

2319 T-ShirtsLocal Lodge 2319 T-shirts are now available. Sizes range from small to XX-Large. Please contact a local lodge executive board member or your shop steward for information and prices. All shirts are Union made in America.


 Union Dues Check-Off

Some of our members have opted to forgo payroll deduction of their monthly dues, which is an option available to all. However, that does not preclude you from paying your monthly dues on time. If you elect to pay by check, please remit the full monthly amount by the first of the month. Make the check out to IAM District Lodge 142, indicate in the memo section that the dues are for IAM Local 2319. Please mail the check to;                                             IAM District 142
400 NE 32nd St.

Kansas City, MO. 64116 

 The current monthly dues rate is $61.00

If you have any questions please contact the Local Executive Board at;                               813-267-5127


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