Hello Brothers and Sisters,
As you may or may not know, one of our brothers have been injured in a most horrific accident. As a Union, we must pull together to show our support in any way possible to help Aaron and his family. This can be done by prayers, cards, or phone calls. We want you to know that we support and appreciate all of Ben’s efforts and actions in handling this tragic situation including initiating a GoFundMe account.
We are also hear to aid you in any manner to help with this traumatic and unfortunate ordeal. If there is anything you need or feel you have questions about, you can reach out to us as well.
Please note that Aaron’s recovery is of our utmost concern and our prayers go out to him and his family.
GoFundMe link for Aaron Gregory: https://www.gofundme.com/f/aaron-gregory-family?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1
TWU local 572 President
January 8, 1973 – April 5, 2020
On April 5, 2020, we lost one of our own, Charlie Shay. He was known as “Shay-Shay” and was one of the smartest, caring, and kindest person many of us have known. Many of his co-workers considered him a close friend and have been deeply saddened by his passing.
Charlie worked at Envoy for nearly 23 years and was a great supporter of our local, attending many meeting and participating in union parties and gatherings.
Charlie loved RC flying, on nice calm days you would find him out flying at the field with his good friends and some new ones too. He was a FAA licensed drone pilot and also was a FAA private pilot too. Charlie leaves behind his wife Heather, who he loved traveling with and spending time with. They enjoyed dining out and traveling on cruise ships all around the globe.
Charlie will be missed by his friends and family and the members from our ORD team. RIP Shay-Shay.
On December 8 2020 Gino Rivera celebrated his 25 years with Envoy and the TWU!
Gino started in San Juan Puerto Rico and transferred to ORD in May of 2012. While in Puerto Rico Gino was a Tech Crew Chief who was always willing to help out the team. He came to ORD as a mechanic but continues to help out fellow members in getting planes fixed.
Let’s all congratulate Gino for this great accomplishment.