(WASHINGTON) – Teamsters Joint Council 42 has created a support fund for the victims and families impacted by the San Bernardino shooting. Three Teamster members were killed and two were wounded in the shooting.
“This is a tragic loss for the families of the victims and for our union family. Our Teamster brothers and sisters and their families need our support and we are here to help them,” said Randy Cammack, President of Teamsters Joint Council 42 in Pomona, Calif.
Checks can be mailed to:
Teamsters Joint Council 42
981 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 200.
Pomona, California 91768.
Make checks payable to: “JC 42 Charity,” with “1932 Victims” written in the memo portion.
Teamsters Joint Council 42 is the parent body to 22 local unions, including Teamsters Local 1932. Local 1932 in San Bernardino represents more than 11,000 San Bernardino County public employees working at hospitals, in public works, health services departments, correctional facilities and in dozens of other public positions throughout the county.
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