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2018 IFPTE Local 4 Scholarship Winners

Each year Local 4 awards two $1500 Quimby Scholarships.  Thanks go out to our scholarship committee members Ross Drivas, Craig Estes and Diane Gallant for their work in reviewing the applications.   

This year's two winners of the IFPTE Local 4 Norman L. Quimby Scholarships are:

1. Kristen Lebel daughter of Thomas Lebel (Code 109).  Kristen is studying Applied Exercise Science at the University of New England.

2. Mitchell Libby son of David Libby (Code 250.1).  Mitchell is studying Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California.


The five winners of the $500 IFPTE Local 4 member scholarships from a blind drawing at Local 4's cookout:

Winner:                         

Member:           

 Code:                 

School:                         

Degree Program

Catherine Galligan

Lawrence Galligan

Code 134.3

Kansas State U

Marketing

Mitchell Harling

Kurt Harling 

SUBMEPP 1831

U of Maine

Bio-Medical Engineering

Kristen Lebel

Thomas Lebel

Code 109

U of New England

Applied Exercise Science

Mitchell Libby

David Libby

Code 250.1

U of Southern Cal

Electrical Engineering

Garrett Williams

Christopher Williams

CRREL

ME Maritime Academy

Marine Engineering Tech

                                                                                                            (CRREL: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab, Chapter 1 Local 4, Hanover, NH)


Congratulations to the winners!  IFPTE Local 4 wishes you the best in your future endeavors.

IFPTE LOCAL 4 OFFICERS

     President ----------------------- Debbie Jennings

     1st VP --------------------------  Michael Russo

     2nd VP -------------------------  Richard Grossman

     3rd VP -------------------------  Marc Stettner

     Treasurer ----------------------  Craig Estes

     Secretary ----------------------  Trevor Bena
 

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http://www.fosters.com/news/20180217/shipyards-largest-union-raises-safety-concerns

 

KITTERY, Maine — Over the course of the last year, representatives of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 4 has raised numerous safety-related complaints to commanders of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

 

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