National Association of Letter Carriers, AFL-CIO
100 Indiana Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001-2144

202-393-4695
Region 15 - Larry Cirelli
347 W. 41st Street, Suite 102
New York, NY 10036
212-868-0284
Branch President - Tony Paolillo

President - Tony Paolillo
Vice President -  Harry Carney
Secretary - Keith Bates
Financial Secretary  - Todd Akelson
Treasurer - Craig Nero
Assistant Secretary Treasurer - Ronald Oree
Director of City Delivery - Joesph Salvato
Director of Retirees - Mark Sobel
Editor - Andy Fontanetta
Sergeant at Arms - Gerry Tripp

Trustee - Gloria Lum
Trustee - Joseph Rolleri
Trustee - Michael Moore

Vice President - Harry Carney
Our monthly NALC Br.294 meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at the Knights of Columbus in Flushing. The Union meeting will start with the Shop Steward meeting at 5PM followed by the General Meeting at 6PM. Food and beverages will be served.

Knights of Columbus

35-79 160th Street

Flushing, N.Y. 11358
(718) 359-9787

HISTORY AND FACTS

A Union That Delivers
 Over a century of delivering for letter carriers and America

The National Association of Letter Carriers is the union of city delivery letter carriers working for the United States Postal Service.

     In 1889, the Milwaukee Letter Carriers, knowing many of their fellow carriers would be attending the Grand Army of the Republic encampment in their city that summer, issued an official Call to meet during the reunion to form a national association and act on other matters of importance to letter carriers and their families.
    
     Heeding the Call, 60 letter carriers from 18 states gathered in the meeting room above Schaefer's Saloon. On August 29, 1889 they unanimously adopted a resolution to form a National Association of Letter Carriers. The next day, the convention elected officers and adopted a number of resolutions.
  • fraternity
  • fidelity
  • benevolence
  • unity



Read about the NALC's History through the Decades