Eighteen gas construction teams and more than a dozen gas and electric locators showed off their skills at the Fifth Annual PG&E/IBEW Gas Rodeo, which took place on April 13, 2019 at the PG&E Gas Safety Academy in Winters. They competed for fun, bragging rights, and the chance to advance to the national and international… [Read More]
IBEW 1245 member and PG&E Gas Service Rep Oswaldo Badilla was recently diagnosed with stage 4 renal cancer that has been determined to be terminal. Brother Badilla, his wife and their three children could use our support during this difficult and painful time. Please donate what you can using the link below. PG&E employees can… [Read More]
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On Feb. 23, dedicated group of 15 IBEW 1245 members and their families volunteered to get the word out about free tax return preparation services offered through the Sacramento Central Labor Council’s partnership with the United Way. The members spent the chilly Saturday morning passing out literature about the free tax prep services in the… [Read More]
IBEW 1245 Organizing Stewards Thomas Mora and Anthony Corales joined forces with the PG&E Veterans’ Employee Resource Group Fresno Chapter and the IBEW 1245 Vets’ Group to support kids in need in the Fresno area. “[We] were able to donate shoes to 22 children at Addams elementary school who had a place of residence in… [Read More]
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The IBEW 1245 North Bay Retirees Club Vice President Red Olin (far left) presented a $1,200 donation to Lake County Moose Lodge Administrator Jeremy Reddick (center, in tan coat). The donation included $500 from the IBEW 1245 Community Fund, $350 raised by the retirees, and an additional $350 in matching funds. –Mark McCrea, IBEW 1245… [Read More]
IBEW 1245 member Bud Lair and his family are going through an extremely challenging time, as Lair’s adult son was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. The condition is very serious, and his treatment has family and loved ones taking him from his home in Shelter Cove to treatment centers in Eureka and UCSF. Lair,… [Read More]