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SEC. TREASURER / PRINCIPAL OFFICER
MARVIN KROPP

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Marvin Kropp
(Secretary Treasurer / Principal Officer) ( President Teamsters Joint Council 13)


I began my Teamster membership in 1978 working at E.I.S Brake Parts Warehouse. In 1979 I was elected as shop steward before being appointed as a Business Agent for the Local in March of 1984. In 1998 along with my duties as Business Agent I was elected by the membership to serve as Union Trustee.

In October of 2001, I was elected by the membership as Recording Secretary. In 2005 I was appointed to serve as Vice President. In 2008 I was elected to serve as President of Teamsters Local 618. In 2009 I was appointed by the Local 618 Executive Board to serve as Secretary Treasurer / Chief Principal Officer.

I have represented just about every industry of Teamsters Local 618 since 1985 and have loved the challenge to assist our members in every aspect of my tenure as a Officer of this great Local. I take great pride in my service to the members of Local 618 and I'm always willing to help any member if possible. If I can ever be of any assistance to you please feel free to call me at 314-426-4618.


Teamster Career :
Shop Steward -1979
Business Agent - 1984
Trustee / Business Agent -1998
Recording Secretary - 2001
Vice President - - 2005
President - 2008
Secretary Treasurer / Principal Officer -2009


Appointments :
Delegate Teamsters Joint Council 13
Local 618 Political Director - 2001-2006
United Auto Association Pension Trustee 2001
Teamsters Medicare Trust Trustee

Teamsters Local 618 Health & Welfare Trustee
Teamsters Joint Council 13 Executive Board Trustee 2008-2010

I.B.T. Industrial Trades Policy Commitee

I.B.T. Airline Advisory Board

Teamsters Joint Council 13 President January 2011

Missouri / Kansas / Nebraska Executive Board Trustee 2008

Central States Pension / Health & Welfare Fund Trustee 2012




Phone:
314-426-4618 (EXT. 16)
PRESIDENT

DEREK KROPP

I was employed at Behlman GMC as a driver for the parts department before coming to work as a Organizer/Business Agent in June of 2008 and I look forward to organizing the un-organized. In 2013 I was elected as Vice President of Local 618.  I also look forward to representing our current members at Avis Rent-A-Car, General Electric ,Warning Light, G&N Service, Hertz, Fabick Tractor, Buckeye Chemicals and many others while performing my duties as President.

If anyone should know of anyone wanting to become members of the Teamsters feel free to contact me at 314-426-4618.

Appointments :

2008 ASSISTANT POLITICAL DIRECTOR

Delegate Teamsters Joint Council 13

UAA PENSION TRUSTEE




Phone:
314-426-4618 EXT. 15
VICE PRESIDENT
TOM COLE

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TOM COLE
(VICE PRESIDENT)


I have been a member of Teamsters Local 618 for over 30 yrs. I was employed as a parts counterman for Chrysler Plymouth West. During my tenure at Chrysler Plymouth West I was selected to sit on contract negotiations for the 2001 Standard Dealers Agreement. I was a shop steward for over thirteen years. I became a Trustee for the Local in 1999 and continued in that position until November 2005 when I was appointed as a Business Agent while also performing my duties as a Trustee. I'm also very active in Church and Community activities.

Appointments :

Delegate Jt. Council 13 - 1999
Local 618 Political Director - 2007
Teamster Medicare Trust - 2008




Phone:
314-426-4618 EXT. 11
RECORDING SECRETARY

MIKE HAM

LINZEL (MIKE) HAM
(RECORDING SECRETARY)


I have been a member of Teamsters Local 618 for over 30 years since he was hired at Bommarito Oldsmobile in 1980 as a parts counterman. In 1986 I became Shop Steward for Bommarito Oldsmobile and held that position until becoming the Local 618 Recording Secretary in 2015. In the early 1990’s I was appointed as a Local 618 Sgt.-At -Arms.

Mike has been a rank-n-file committee member for the St. Louis Auto Dealers contract bargaining since 2001. While not working Mike enjoys riding his Harley Davidson and helping charities with the Teamster Horsemen Motorcycle Association in which he serves as Vice President.  Mike is a very dedicated Local 618 member and he wears his pride on his sleeve by proudly displaying the Teamsters Local 618 logo as his tattoo on his arm.




TRUSTEE

MARC EMSHOFF

 

Marc Emsoff
(Trustee)

Marc has been a member of Teamsters Local 618 for twenty-six years. Marc started his membership into Local 618 at Overland Garage.  I'm employed at Ryder Truck Rental .
  Marc also proudly served his Country while in the United States Marines. In 2008 he was named as Marine of the year by the Marine Corps League.  Marc also served in past years as a Local 618 Sgt-at-Arms.  I look forward to serving the membership in whatever duties I may be assigned to assist in.




TRUSTEE

CLINT HANKINS
I have been a member of Teamsters Local 618 for 39 years and have served over 20 years as a shop steward. I upon becoming a member was employed at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Retread. After spending several years there I moved to Community Tire Retread where I have been employed for the last 33 years. Before becoming a Local 618 Trustee in 2014 I served as a Sargent-At-Arms for the local union for many years. I'm married to my wife Linda and we have one son Skipper who is a Teacher and coach at at a local high school. While not working I try to spend as much time as I can with our grandson. I look forward to representing our members of local 618 and I'm proud to be a member of one of the best local unions in our great Union !


DUES / PENSION
SANDY CLARK

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Phone:
314-426-4618 EXT. 10

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