“We met up with June during house call exercises that were part of a two-day AFSCME Strong train-the-trainer session recently held in Dayton.” After retiring from an architectural firm, Zeis looked forward to spending time with her husband, children and five grandchildren.Unfortunately, a year after she retired, her husband, who worked for the city emergency vehicle garage, was killed in an accident.(“Kasich halts union rights for child care providers,” Plain Dealer, May 22) And the first thing Kasich needs to know is I am a licensed, early childhood education professional, not a babysitter.The work I do makes a lifelong difference to my community and the children I care for.“Without union representation, I worry that families won’t be able to find the same professionalism or standards of care for their children.
May 22nd, 2015 Like Americans have for the past 150 years, every spring we celebrate this holiday called “Memorial Day” which traditionally marks the beginning of summer.
Although the celestial beginning of summer isn’t for another three weeks, today is recognized as the day when summer events officially commence.
It makes me proud to know that on Memorial Day, and the summer days that follow, millions of Ohioans will be able take to the streets and highways to enjoy our public recreation, historical sites, zoos, and festivals because of the vital work you do.
She opens the city’s emergency vehicle garage most mornings, and she makes the coffee, she answers the phone, she handles the billing for the work the garage does for suburban fire departments, and she is 85.
A permanent part-time employee, she is the union’s oldest member, “and a union supporter,” said Local 101 President Ann Sulfridge.