Sheet Metal Workers Union Local 19 Hosted DNC Delegates Among 1,500 Guests

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WARD Leader Dwayne Lilley and José Nieto were very pleased at the reception.

TOM KELLY returned for gala hosted by Business Mgr. Gary Masino of Local 19, where Kelly once served as head of this busy and powerful union of Sheet Metal Workers. With them is Gary Masino, Jr.

AMONG host of VIPs at Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 were Laborers’ District Council Business Mgr. Ryan N. Boyer and State Rep. Rosita Youngblood.

ENJOYING THE BUFFET for which Sheet Metal Workers Caterers is noted were Sheriff’s Chief of Staff Bob Jackson, Sheriff Jewell Williams and Hassan Moore.

ATTORNEY Stephen G. Pollock gets chance to renew old ties with Tom Kelly.

AMONG guests in attendance seen here with Sheriff Jewell Williams, right, were Jim Harrity and State Senate candidate Sharif Street.

HOST Gary Masino shared welcoming moment with old friend Michael Palounian.

HOST Gary Masino welcomes Bill Rubin and City Controller Alan Butkovitz to his impressive gala at Sheet Metal Hall.

HAPPY to share a moment with Sheriff Jewell Williams and Charley Bernard from DCC were judicial candidates Marissa Brumbach and Rania Major.

A HUGE Tent was erected adjacent to main hall to handle o v e r f l ow c r o w d which enj o y e d sumptuous buffet and live entertainment as well.

SHARING THIS photo op were Antoine Little, Fred Baker, Silva Candido and Kim Athanasiadis.

LT. GOV. MIKE STACK, center, was greeted at the Local 19 Sheet Metal Workers Post-Convention Party by officers of the union. They are Harold Van Buran, organizer; Mike Guinan, political director; Stack; Bryan Bush, assistant business manager; Anthony Iannucci, business agent; and Brian Blum, organizer. ` Photo by Joe Stivala

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