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Pete McMahon - Red Hook Faculty Association/Retiree Council 13

Pete McMahon began his union career as a building representative, and was on the negotiating committee for the Red Hook Faculty Association, beginning in 1971. He served on the negotiating committee his entire career. He was elected vice president and then was local president for nearly 20 years, starting in 1980. McMahon's activism extended far beyond his retirement in 2006.

He became the NYSUT VOTE-COPE coordinator for the Mid- Hudson region in 1981 and served on the statewide VOTECOPE committee until 2014. Likewise he served on the Political Action Committee from the late 1980s until last year. After retirement, McMahon was appointed to NYSUT's Retiree Advisory Committee, and he is now serving his third term. He has served many years as the treasurer of Retiree Council 13. He exemplifies union leadership, commitment and activism. NYSUT is a stronger organization because of his hard work and dedication to union matters.

Tagged under: NYSUT,Retiree,Constituency Awards,RA2015

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