AFL-CIO Draws Record Number Of Labor Leaders and Public Officials

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AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding welcomes consultant Joe Russo and Councilman Bobby Henon to his record Christmas Party. Photo by Joe Stivala

AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding welcomes consultant Joe Russo and Councilman Bobby Henon to his record Christmas Party. Photo by Joe Stivala

SHARING moment with host Pat Eiding were Randy Robinson, GOP candidate for Council at Large; Vanessa Fields, VP of DC 47; Jeffrey Brooks, TWU Local 234 business representative; Donald Deigh, president of AFSCME Local 1723; Councilwomen Marian Tasco and Blondell ReynoldsBrown; host Pat Eiding; and Hon. Curtis Jones, City Council Majority Leader. Photo by Joe Stivala

SHARING moment with host Pat Eiding were Randy Robinson, GOP candidate for Council at Large; Vanessa Fields, VP of DC 47; Jeffrey Brooks, TWU Local 234 business representative; Donald Deigh, president of AFSCME Local 1723; Councilwomen Marian Tasco and Blondell Reynolds-Brown; host Pat Eiding; and Hon. Curtis Jones, City Council Majority Leader. Photo by Joe Stivala

STATE SEN. Christine Tartaglione gets earful from Eleanor Dezzi on behalf of her good friend LynnE Abraham who is running for Mayor. Photo by Joe Stivala

STATE SEN. Christine Tartaglione gets earful from Eleanor Dezzi on behalf of her good friend LynnE Abraham who is running for Mayor. Photo by Joe Stivala

ENJOYING AFL-CIO party were Dennis Hunter, Candido Silva, Chris Dezzi, Mary Frances Fogg, Dan Muroff, Carol Jenkins and Lou Lanni. Photo by Joe Stivala

ENJOYING AFL-CIO party were Dennis Hunter, Candido Silva, Chris Dezzi, Mary Frances Fogg, Dan Muroff, Carol Jenkins and Lou Lanni. Photo by Joe Stivala

BUILDING Trades Council President Pat Gillespie quips one of his short jokes and has attorney Jim DiVergilis and Omar Sabir laughing.

BUILDING Trades Council President Pat Gillespie quips one of his short jokes and has attorney Jim DiVergilis and Omar Sabir laughing.

UFCW 1776’s President  Wendell Young IV shares moment with PFT President Jerry Jordan, state AFL-CIO President Rick Bloomingdale, unidentified lady, and Councilman Ed Neilson.

UFCW 1776’s President Wendell Young IV shares moment with PFT President Jerry Jordan, state AFL-CIO President Rick Bloomingdale, unidentified lady, and Councilman Ed Neilson.

PHILA. Council Recording Secretary Laborers’ Ken Washington escorts mayoral candidate Ken Trujillo into packed AFL-CIO party.

PHILA. Council Recording Secretary Laborers’ Ken Washington escorts mayoral candidate Ken Trujillo into packed AFL-CIO party.

MEETING UP with old friends was AFL-CIO State President Rick Bloomingdale, 3rd from left. With him are Ken Washington, Jonathan Saidel and Scott Freda.

MEETING UP with old friends was AFL-CIO State President Rick Bloomingdale, 3rd from left. With him are Ken Washington, Jonathan Saidel and Scott Freda.

PRESIDENT Pat Eiding checks in with his Asbestos Local 14 successor President Jim Cunningham, a role he held before being elected to head city AFL-CIO.

PRESIDENT Pat Eiding checks in with his Asbestos Local 14 successor President Jim Cunningham, a role he held before being elected to head city AFL-CIO.

SEPTA’s Fran Kelly pitched his Authority’s good labor relations with Ken Washington, Council President Darrell Clarke, Pat Eiding and DC 47’s Candido Silva.

SEPTA’s Fran Kelly pitched his Authority’s good labor relations with Ken Washington, Council President Darrell Clarke, Pat Eiding and DC 47’s Candido Silva.

COUNCIL Majority Leader Curtis Jones  shares moment with Record's Advertising Manager John David and Penn’s Glenn Bryant.

COUNCIL Majority Leader Curtis Jones shares moment with Record’s Advertising Manager John David and Penn’s Glenn Bryant.

BUILDING Trades Council President Pat Gillespie quips one of his short jokes and has attorney Jim DiVergilis and Omar Sabir laughing.

BUILDING Trades Council President Pat Gillespie quips one of his short jokes and has attorney Jim DiVergilis and Omar Sabir laughing.

ALL SMILES as he denies rumors he will be a last-minute candidate is Councilman W. Wilson Goode, Jr., with friend Mark Edwards.

ALL SMILES as he denies rumors he will be a last-minute candidate is Councilman W. Wilson Goode, Jr., with friend Mark Edwards.

MAYORAL candidate State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams catches up on N.E. Philly gossip with Ward Leaders Bill Dolbow and Bob Dellavella, Esq.

MAYORAL candidate State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams catches up on N.E. Philly gossip with Ward Leaders Bill Dolbow and Bob Dellavella, Esq.

LOCAL 686’s Mike McDonough shares moment with Bill Dolbow, Councilwoman Marian Tasco, Bob Dellavella, Esq., and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown.

LOCAL 686’s Mike McDonough shares moment with Bill Dolbow, Councilwoman Marian Tasco, Bob Dellavella, Esq., and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown.

AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding , left, welcomes Dan McGrogan, of UFWC Local 1776, and Dan Grace, president of Teamsters Local 830, to Phila. Council of AFL-CIO annual Christmas Party at Sheraton Downtown.

AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding , left, welcomes Dan McGrogan, of UFWC Local 1776, and Dan Grace, president of Teamsters Local 830, to Phila. Council of AFL-CIO annual Christmas Party at Sheraton Downtown.

LOCAL 19 officers were in attendance. From left are Tony Iannucci, Howard Van Buren, Bryan J. Bush and Jerry Gontz.

LOCAL 19 officers were in attendance. From left are Tony Iannucci, Howard Van Buren, Bryan J. Bush and Jerry Gontz.

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One Response to AFL-CIO Draws Record Number Of Labor Leaders and Public Officials

  1. This is where they secured the Labor Peace deal that will only support those business entities that agree to the unions’ rules, whatever they may be. The workers and citizens get screwed with higher costs for the citizens along with stripping workers of their right to boycott or strike.

    I said this bill was pro-business, and I was right. I would be willing to bet my full head of hair that new companies to do the ground transportation are already in lockstep with the unions and will be the ones getting the new contracts. Unless the ones there now are already owned by a friend of a heavy hitter in the city, they are toast, along with any worker who has ever tried to organize.

    Patrick
    December 21, 2014 at 2:18 pm

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