Sep 03, 2015

Promotions for Local 458 Executive Board Members

Quincy, MA – Three NAGE Executive Board members and Massachusetts Trial Court officers were promoted to chief court officers on Wednesday, September 2, 2015.
David Abbott, president of Local 458 and longtime member of NAGE’s executive committee, will be the Chief Court Officer in Attleboro and will be sorely missed by both his local and the executive committee.
John Frank, executive secretary of Local 458, ACCO representative, health and welfare trust fund member and local executive committee member, is moving up the ranks and will be the new Chief Court Officer in New Bedford, MA.
Local 458 executive board member Scott Noe is also receiving a promotion and is now the Chief Court Officer representing Waltham, Newton and Concord.
NAGE National President David J. Holway commented, “I am happy to see David, John and Scott advance their careers and I am grateful for their service to NAGE and the local.”
President Holway added, “However, I am upset to see these individuals go. Local 458 has consistently been one of the best run locals in our organization and their replacements will have big shoes to fill.”
NAGE Massachusetts State Director David Bernard also commented, “This promotion shows that labor leaders are effective leaders in other areas and it is no surprise that these three individuals were promoted to chief court officers. I have worked with David, John and Scott for years and consider them friends. I have the utmost respect for all three.”
The promotions were announced mid-day on September 2. To stay up to date on this issue please check for updates.

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