Local Unions

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Displaying Results for County: St. Johns

Office Address

213 S ADAMS ST
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
Main Phone:
(888) 807-8007
Alt Phone:
(850) 201-2800
Officers
PRESIDENT (Retired)
JANICE WHITTY

Office Address

1855 WELLS ROAD UNIT 5A
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
Main Phone:
(904) 264-8810
Alt Phone:
(800) 940-6338
Officers
PRESIDENT
MICHELLE DILLON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (2nd Vice-President)
LORI BURCHFIELD
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (1st Vice-President)
KATHERINE DOWDIE
 
SECRETARY
MEGAN YOUNG
 
TREASURER
DAWN BRAILSFORD MORETTA

Staff
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
MICHAEL DALE
 
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
TAMARA WHITAKER
 
SECRETARY
TAMELA GALLO
 
SECRETARY
WANDA PHILLIPS

Office Address

1855 WELLS ROAD UNIT 5A
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
Main Phone:
(904) 264-8810
Alt Phone:
(352) 787-2048
Officers
PRESIDENT
RICHARD CALLAHAN
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
MARTHA FULFORD
 
TREASURER
ALAN MOORE
 
SECRETARY
PURA SCOTT

Staff
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
MICHAEL DALE
 
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
TAMARA WHITAKER
 
SECRETARY
TAMELA GALLO
 
SECRETARY
WANDA PHILLIPS

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