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IBEW: Local 494 Business Manager Dean A. Warsh Elected IBEW Wisconsin State Conference President

Milwaukee, Wisconsin- The Wisconsin State Conference of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) held its 86th annual state convention in Minocqua, Wisconsin, where Dean A. Warsh, business manager for IBEW Local 494, who served as Vice President and previously Secretary-Treasurer, was unanimously elected to serve this important and influential statewide body as President.

“It is an honor and a privilege to be elected to serve my sisters and brothers of the Union in this role,” said Dean A. Warsh. “I would also like to thank Past State Conference President Don Allen of Green Bay Local 158 and Secretary-Treasurer Tony Bartels of Madison Local 965 for their years of service to the Green Bay State Conference. the IBEW, while congratulating them on their well-deserved retirements. Our union is stronger, more secure and would not be where it is today without their constant leadership and commitment to the IBEW and all its members in this great state,” Mr. Warsh added.

President Warsh will be joined by IBEW Local 430 Business Manager Chris Gulbrandson of Racine as Vice-President and IBEW Local 965 Business Manager Dillon Gorman of Madison as Secretary-Treasurer for complete elected positions from the Wisconsin State Conference of the IBEW.

“With Chris Gulbrandson and Dillon Gorman joining me in these important roles, I am confident that the IBEW and all of its members will be able to continue to build on the work that has been started and bring our union into the his next chapter. locally and statewide,” Dean A. Warsh concluded.

The IBEW Wisconsin State Conference serves as the statewide representative body of more than 15,000 IBEW members. He strives to obtain the utmost good and just legislation on their behalf, while promoting the interests and issues of organized IBEW workers in multiple sectors across Wisconsin. Follow us on twitter @WisconsinIBEW and “like” us on Facebook at @WisconsinIBEW.