Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association 2013 Election Results Announced

The M.E.B.A. released the results of its 2013 election on Tuesday.

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Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 05, 2013

The Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association (M.E.B.A.) announced the results of its 2013 election on Tuesday. The member-elected Tallying Committee met at M.E.B.A. headquarters on Monday to oversee the ballot count run by the impartial administrator TrueBallot.

The following is the list of elected M.E.B.A. Union officials as well as the additional stand-alone Delegates representing the Union at the National Convention in March 2014: President & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - H. Marshall Ainley; Secretary-Treasurer & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Bill Van Loo; Atlantic Coast V.P. & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Chris Guerra; Gulf Coast V.P. & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Phillip Sistrunk; Executive V.P., S.F. Branch Agent & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Adam Vokac; Houston Branch Agent & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Erin Bertram; Norfolk Branch Agent & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Greg Quintana; L.A. Branch Agent & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Rich Doherty; Seattle Branch Agent & National M.E.B.A. Delegate - Jeff Duncan; New York Patrolman - Nico Sermoneta; L.A. Patrolman - John McElhone; Seattle Patrolman - Kevin M. Cross.

The other 11 Convention Delegates elected in this election are: April Fleischer, John McElhone, Mark S. Gallagher, Kevin M. Cross, Adam Smith, Steven D. Walker, George M. Poor, Nico Sermoneta, Wilson “Wil” Johns, Brian W. Gerrish, and Ray Twitty.

M.E.B.A. members can view the Tallying Committee’s official report in the halls or on the member’s only online bulletin board on the M.E.B.A. website (http://www.mebaunion.org). M.E.B.A. congratulates all of the newly elected officials.

About the Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association
The M.E.B.A., America’s oldest maritime labor union, supplies U.S. Coast Guard-licensed deck and engineering officers in both the U.S. domestic and international trades. The Union was established in 1875. Its members serve aboard containerships, tankers, tugs and barges, research vessels and ferries. In wartime, M.E.B.A. members have sailed in virtually unarmed merchant ships delivering critical defense cargo despite attacks from enemy aircraft, submarines and warships. In times of peace, our members still face dangers such as piracy on the high seas in order to serve their country.