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Junemann Receives Sol Stetin Award

IFPTE President Gregory Junemann was honored by the American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark with the Sol Stetin Award. The Sol Stetin Award has been presented annually since 1982 and honors outstanding individuals for their contributions to working people.

The 2016 Sol Stetin Awards was presented at the 34th Annual Sol Stetin Awards Gala on Thursday, November 17th at The Tides Estate in North Haledon, New Jersey.

Junemann was joined at the ceremony by countless members from IFPTE Locals 194, 195, 196, and 200 as well as IFPTE staff.

The annual Sol Stetin Awards Gala is a major fundraiser for the American Labor Museum. The Awards are named for Mr. Stetin who was president of the Textile Worker's Union of America (TWUA) and a founder of the American Labor Museum. Timothy J. Rudolph, president of IFPTE Local 195, is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Labor Museum.

In addition, the other Sol Stetin award recipient was Richard Loccke, Esq., Loccke, Correia, Schlager, Limsky and Bukosky.

Learn more about the American Labor Museum here.

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