CWA Local 9415


Untimely Passing of CVP Tom Eppenberger

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Contractual Vice President Tom Eppenberger. He was employed at Simpson Strong-Tie Stockton, where he was a dutiful union leader and advocate for those who worked in the Tool & Die. Tom has served on the Local 9415 executive board since 2001. He was a member of bargaining committees, represented members/co-workers and worked actively with the Tool & Die Pension Trust. He was also a devoted husband, father and family man.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and co-workers.

CWA Retired Members' Council

Are you retired and wanting to stay informed about  benefits, social security and taxes. Would you like to hear the latest updates on bargaining and more...? Attend the CWA Local 9415 RMC meetings. They are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 11:00 a.m. at the Local 9415 Union Hall. On October 19th, District 9 RMC President Addie Brinkley will be the guest speaker. We hope to see you there.

What is the CWA Retired Members' Council?

The Retired Members' Council works to safeguard and enhance retirement in many ways:

  • The RMC monitors company pension and health care policies.
  • The RMC tracks national legislation affecting CWA retired members
  • The RMC monitors federal, state and local politicans and legislation in support of our goals and interests.
  • The RMC represents retired members' concerns and issues with CWA bargaining councils before and during contract negotiations

To become a RMC member click to join.

AT&T West Bargaining Updates

AT&T West Bargaining Reports can be viewed here: to be redirected to CWA District 9 or CWA HQ click the links highlighted in blue.

 As of midnight on April 9, 2016, we’re working without a contract.

The CWA AT&T Contract expires on April 9, 2016. We hope that negotiations prove fruitful and our Bargaining Team reaches a fair and just settlement by the deadline. However, being prepared is crucial should the company force us out on strike.

CWA Local 9415 has been busy preparing for any possibilities that may result from the 2016 negotiations. We are prepared to assist everyone who supports our efforts to achieve a fair and just contract. This does not mean that we expect to go on strike - rather, it means we stand prepared to assist the efforts for workplace justice.

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