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  • Committee Information

    Bargaining Committee


    Shop Chair Production Zone

    Skilled Trades Zone

    Jeff Kosloski

    Ryan Eding

    Joe Weber


    District Shop
    District Shop
    District Shop
    District Shop

    Brian Worlock

    Jeff Mantei

    Isaiah Fuller

    Brett Carswell

    Chaplaincy Committee
    Doug Gross

    The Chaplaincy Committee is available to perform weddings, hospital, jail or prision visits and prayers.

    UAW Local 602 Chaplaincy Committee webpage

    Contact: Chaplain Eugene Murchison
    Citizenship and Legislation

    The Citizenship-Legislative Committee is the in-plant political-legislative arm of the local union and a vital workplace political activator. While CAP (Community Action Program) priorities are developed by Convention action and implemented by the National CAP Department through the Regional offices and the locally-based CAP Councils, the Citizenship-Legislative Committee is the basic link with our members at work in assisting with registration and get-out-the-vote (GOTV) drives, dollar drives (V-CAP), letter writing campaigns, and educating the membership on issues and the positions of public officials as relates to the workplace.

    Contact: Jason Peek
    Civil and Human Rights
      The specific duties of the CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE is to promote fair employment practices and endeavor to eliminate discrimination affecting the welfare of the individual members of the Local Union, the International Union, the labor movement and the nation.
    Key Roles:
    ·Implementation of the UAW’S “No Discrimination” Policy and programs on civil and human rights.
    ·Identifying civil and human rights and discrimination concerns and issues in the workplace.
    ·Initiating and formulating various programs in the field of civil and human rights.
    ·Working with the local union officers and members to promote and encourage active local union participation in civil and human rights programs and activities.
    ·Serving as a resource for the local union on various federal, state and local civil and rights employment laws.
    ·Providing comments on legislation which may affect civil and human rights.
    ·Serving as the liaison between the local union and the community on civil and human rights concerns and issues.
    ·Helping to educate, mobilize, and assist members in the fight against discrimination and harassment.
    ·Working with members to resolve discrimination and harassment issues in the workplace.
    ·Collecting discrimination and harassment information and data.
    ·Investigating discrimination and harassment complaints forwarded from the grievance committee.

    Contact: Robert Wade
    Community Services

    The Community Services Committee facilitates assistance to members and their families in times of need, working through public and private organizations to assure problems faced by members in emergency situations get the needed help. The UAW Local 602 Community Services Committee helps promote United Way, Red Cross Blood Drives, and Toys For Tots.

    Contact: Nicole Jones
    Conservation and Recreation

    The Conservation-Recreation Committee works to promote meaningful recreation & leisure-time activities and also develops action programs to help correct energy & environmental programs. The UAW Local 602 Conservation-Recreation Committee, in co-operation with other committees, organizes the annual UAW Local 602 Family Picnic and supports the annual Grand River Clean-up.

    Contact: Paulina Rodriguez
    Constitution and Bylaws

    The Constitution and Bylaws Committee of the local union shall perform the duties of setting up and monitoring the local union bylaws, along with following the approval procedures. The Committee is also responsible for submitting proposed changes to the UAW International Constitutional Convention.

    Contact: Herb Simpson

    The Education Committee implements the education mandate adopted by the UAW Convention delegates. Films, materials, outlines and guides are available to inform the membership on issues, train new stewards/grievance handlers and union leaders and promote greater Solidarity.

    Contact: Heather McClain
    Retired Workers

    UAW Local 602 is proud to have an extremely active Retiree Chapter. The Retirees meet at the union hall regularly for dinners and Bingo, and continue to serve Local 602 whenever the need arises.

    Contact: Marta Bobillo

    The Strike Committee assumes "command" of the Local Union in the event of a strike, organizing shifts of picketers, supplies for picket signs, refreshments and meals for the picketers. The Strike Committee is responsible for maintaining "strike readiness" all year around, and frequently assists in other emergency situations.

    Contact: Daryl Smith
    Unemployment and Workers Compensation

    The UAW Local 602 Unemployment & Workers' Compensation Committee helps members navigate the bureaucratic red tape emcompassing Unemployment benefits and Workers' Compensation claims.

    Contact: Kristian Johnson
    Union Label

    The Union Label Committee emphasizes the importance of supporting union members through the purchase of union-made products & services. The Committee also educates the membership on the plight of non-union workers, the availability of union-made products, boycotts, etc. The UAW Local 602 Union Label Committee frequently sponsors breakfasts to raise money for worthy causes.

    Contact: Amanda Williams

    The Veteran's Committee provides information to veterans and their families and monitors legislative changes affecting veterans' benefits. The UAW Local 602 Veteran's Committee also collects used books for VA hospitals and maintains a board in the plant listing names of UAW Local 602 Veterans.

    Contact: Bernadine Ross

    The Women's Committee is established for the purpose of promoting greater understanding of the UAW's policies and programs, and to further the objectives of our union in the communities in which we live. This committee conducts programs which are of special interest to women. Emphasis should be put on the fact that the Women's Committee is an integral part of the local union. It is not an auxiliary. It is not a social committee. It is a viable committee that should motivate and educate the local women to become more active in their union. All programs should involve the women in the local so that they may fully participate in their union.

    Contact: Keri Hall
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