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Retirement of Assistant To The President Sean McGuire

After forty-one years as a member of the IATSE, Assistant to the President Sean McGuire announced his retirement on February 1, 2018.  During his more than twenty-year tenure at the International, ATTP McGuire distinguished himself as a utilitarian player—able to assist local unions in Canada and the United States.  Indeed, ATTP McGuire has worked not only with local unions in both countries but has represented the International’s interests before governmental agencies and private organizations in Canada and the United States.  His reputation as an upright, straight-forward, conscientious worker led to his appointment to ATTP in 2006, one of the highest administrative staff positions in the International.  In his retirement remarks, ATTP McGuire expressed his appreciation to President Loeb, Vice Presidents John Lewis and Damian Petti, and Canadian Representatives for their camaraderie and confidence.

President Loeb observed that ATTP McGuire is a “smart, tough, committed worker who brought credibility to the International.”  He commended ATTP McGuire for a “distinguished career” and thanked ATTP McGuire for tremendous service to the International.  President Loeb remarked that while ATTP McGuire’s absence would most assuredly be felt, ATTP McGuire had certainly earned a long, healthy retirement.