Kohler Company Flex Job

Each position being requested should be done through separate requests. The order in which you apply for positions will be considered your order of preference.


UAW Conservation Committee
Pistol Raffle Winners:

Taurus Millennium 9mm - Keith Pipping
M&P Sheild 9mm - Lanny Wendland
Beretta Neos .22 caliber - John Gilsdorf


The committee thanks everyone for their support! Conservation committee meets the second Wednesday of the month at 4:00. Consider joining.



UAW 2014 Best Ball Golf Outing
Hickory Hills Country Club
Chilton, WI
Friday and Saturday July 11 & 12, 2014

Only UAW members and retirees are eligible to Golf!


Entry fee of $26 per person should be turned in with the form.

Includes golf, carts, dinner, refreshments and door prizes.

Forms are available at the Union hall












President: Tim Tayloe
Vice President: Jim Brock
Recording Secretary: Penny Sawall
Financial Secretary: Pam Block
Trustees: Dave Strohschoen,
Bill Prening & Angie Schroeder
Sergeant-at-Arms: Rufino Martinez, Jr
Guide: Jason Miller
Safety and Benefit Rep: Stan Rauwerdink


















Upcoming events
June 19, United Health Rep 9:00-4:00
June 19, Sheboygan Clinic Rep 11:00 – 4:00
June 26, Union meetings 3:30 & 11:15
June 27, Union meeting 7:30 am
July 14, Executive Board Meeting 3:00
July 17, Stewards Meetings, 7:15 am, 1:00, 3:15
July 24, Informational meetings 3:30 & 11:15 pm
July 25, Informational meeting 7:30 am

June Labor History
July 2nd, 1970 – New Education Center opens on Black Lake near Onaway, MI, The Walter and May Reuther Family Education Center.

June 5th, 1968 – Robert F Kennedy assassinated.

June 6th, 1955 – UAW- Ford workers win the first Supplemental Unemployment Benefit (SUB) plan for autoworkers.

June 11th, 1872 – Unions win legal status in Canada.

June 12, 1982 – Largest demonstration in North American History takes place as over 1 million people march for peace at the opening of the UN Special Session on Disarmament.

June 14, 1827 – Carpenters demand 10-hour day in Philadelphia.

June 17th, 1913 – First U.S. auto strike begins, at Studebaker Co, Detroit, led by Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), with help from woman organizer, Matilda Rabinowitz.

June 19th, 1865 – Juneteenth Day: Black slaves freed in Taxas.

June 20th, 1941 – UAW signs first contract with Ford Motor Co., following first year organizing drive. Ford is last of the “Big 3” to be unionized.










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