The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 175, Chattanooga’s biggest union, has reelected its top leadership.
Dwight Wilhoit was reelected president and Dewayne Woodall was again chosen as vice president, according to a news release.
In addition, Winfred Gearrin was reelected as recording secretary, while Gary Watkins was again picked as treasurer and Barry Key as business manager/financial secretary. They will serve three-year terms.
IBEW Local 175 represents more than 3,000 electrical workers in Southeast Tennessee, Northwest Georgia, and Northeast Alabama.
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