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NAGE ANNOUNCES RE-ELECTION OF KENNETH T. LYONS AS PRESIDENT

 NAGE ANNOUNCES RE-ELECTION OF KENNETH T. LYONS AS PRESIDENT
 QUINCY, Mass., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Kenneth T. Lyons of Quincy, Mass., was re-elected to his seventh term as president of The National Association of Government Employees/International Brotherhood of Police Officers at the organization's recent national convention at the Caribe Hilton, Puerto Rico.
 Lyons has served as president since 1962. Under his leadership, NAGE/IBPO, an AFL-CIO affiliate has grown from a single Local at the Boston Naval Shipyard into a nationwide organization that represents more than 200,000 federal, state, county, and municipal employees, as well as, employees in the private sector.
 The IBPO is the largest police union in the country, with Locals in all New England states, including 160 police departments in Massachusetts. NAGE/IBPO represents public sector employees in 35 states and has 13 regional offices throughout the country.
 Ranked as the second largest union in Massachusetts. NAGE/IBPO represents 55,000 public sector employees in the Commonwealth, including 17,000 state employees.
 In addition to the IBPO, other divisions of NAGE, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, include the International Brotherhood of Correctional Officers (IBCO), National Association of Nurses (NAON), Army/Air Technicians Union (AATU), National Health Care Union (NHCU), and the International Association of EMTs and Paramedics (IAEP).
 Other officers re-elected during the four-day national convention were: Executive Secretary Harry Breen of Philadelphia, Treasurer Joseph DeLorey of Winthrop, Mass., and Vice Presidents Susanne Pooler of Washington D.C., Sam Alvarado of San Antonio, Texas, Charles Warren of Atlanta, Thomas Turco of Shrewsbury, Mass., and Edward Rielly of Waltham, Mass.
 David Bernard of Westwood, Mass., was elected as a vice president and Richard Gallo of Cranston, R.I. and John Foley of Worcester, Mass. were elected alternate vice presidents.
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 /CONTACT: Ed Gillooly of NAGE, 617-376-0220/ CO: National Association of Government Employees ST: Massachusetts IN: SU: PER


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