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PRESIDENT OF SHEET METAL WORKERS' INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION ENDS 23-YEAR CAREER FOR HEALTH REASONS

 WASHINGTON, July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Edward J. Carlough, long-time (23 years) general president of the Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, AFL-CIO and CFL, resigned from office and from all positions on union-related trust funds and other entities on July 10, for reasons of health.
 The General Executive Council held a special meeting immediately after accepting Carlough's resignation. Third General Vice President Arthur Moore, president/business manager at Local 28 (New York City) was nominated and elected to serve as general president for the duration of Carlough's unexpired term of office.
 Founded on Jan. 25, 1888, the Sheet Metal Workers' International Association maintains its general offices in Washington, representing some 140,000 construction, production, shipyard and railroad workers in the United States and Canada.
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 /CONTACT: Bill Butler for the Sheet Metal Workers International Association, 202-662-0874/


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