Local #5 regrets to inform you of the passing of Dorn L. Posey (Book #638666), who passed away on Monday, Nov. 11th.
Viewing: Friday November 15th at James Dyal Funeral Home, 303 S. Main Street Summerville, SC 29483. Burial will follow at 3PM at Dorchester Memory Gardens, 11000 Dorchester Road, Summerville, SC.
Death Assessment #83 is now due.
Friends may sign the online guestbook at: www.jamesadyal.com.
Hutchinson/United Rigging will be featured in the next issue of THE ERECTOR, which will mail in late October.
The article showcases Hutchinson’s recent removal and re-installation of “lay lights” in the ceiling of the library (and above two prominent staircases) at Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) headquarters in Washington, DC. (After removal, the lights were shipped to glass experts for restoration and cleaning before being reinstalled.)
This was not only an enormous undertaking — it was also a major capital project (and unveiling) for the DAR, which commemorated the historic event with an extraordinary video featuring Hutchinson’s efforts.
Congratulations to Hutchinson/United Rigging on this unique and distinguished accomplishment! Additional details will appear in THE ERECTOR.
#1 – Ryan Eshelman, Book # 1435455
Hometown: St. Charles, MD (center)
#2 – Andrew Hernandez, Book 1450347
Hometown: Waldorf, MD (left)
#3 – Nick DeMino, Book 1419369
Hometown: Huntington, MD (right)
The Officers & Staff of Local #5 and our Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee offer our heartiest congratulations to all three Members. We are proud of their accomplishments and the sacrifices they made to train all-out for this event.
Photos and additional details will be posted on Facebook next week. Please join us in congratulating Ryan, Andrew, and Nick!