History will judge us by our ability to uphold the Teamster tradition of improving workers’ lives.

– James P. Hoffa General President

 

1962

Original Charter

First charter formed January 19th, 1962

1962

First Executive Meeting

Members at that meeting: Magwood/Voysey/Degit/Hansen/Finley

1962

Benefit Plan Progress

Discussion on Building and the Health and Benefit Plan with Local 987

1963

First Organizer

Larry Martin Hired as Local 362’s First Organizer

1963

By-Laws

Local 362 Bylaws Created

1964

Withdrawal Cards

Local 362 introduces the Withdrawal Card

1964

Continuing to grow

Bill Steffan hired as Organizer

1965

Benefits Growth

Local 362 gains complete control of benefit packages from 987

1965

Membership Growth

Membership totals just over 1,000 members

1967

Membership Growth

Membership totals 1,681 members

1969

Membership Growth

Membership totals 1,882 members

1970

Application for New Charter

Local 362 submits application for new charter

1970

Membership Growth

Membership totals 2,800 members

1971

Membership Growth

Membership totals 3,000 members

1972

By-Laws

Amendmants to By-Laws

1973

Benefits Growth

Health and Welfare Plan Created

1976

Membership Growth

Membership totals 3,840 members

1977

Membership Growth

Membership totals 4,900 members

1981

Charity Work

Creation of a separate account for 362 Charity Fund

9179

Titan

Introduction of the Titan System

1981

Membership Growth

Membership totals 6,067 members

1981

IBT Convention

local 362 invited to the IBT Convention in Las Vegas for the first time

1982

Shop Stewards

First Shop Steward Seminar

1982

Membership Growth

membership totals 7,000 members in Local 362 & 102,276 in Canada

1984

Lay-Offs

May through August in 1984 Lay-offs start taking place

1986

Swag

Swag, including hats/jackets/shirts/etc. ordered to try and help with attendance at General Meetings

2009

Youth Committee

TCYC Created

1994

Industry Advancement Fund

The Industry Advancement Fund is created with Trustees R. Finley, R. Eichel, and C. Clark

1997

Truck & Trailer

First Truck and Trailer purchased

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