• Last Name
  • Card Number

Stanley "Stash" J. Laszewski, 83, Wausau, formerly of Stevens Point, died Monday, October 13, 2014 at Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital, Weston.
He was born September 20, 1931 in Stevens Point, son of the late Anton and Hattie (Sharfinski) Laszewski.
Stanley was a veteran of the United States Air Force and served from 1950 until 1953. He was an electrician for many years until his retirement. Among his favorite pastimes, he enjoyed fishing, hunting, watching football, making soup and sharing stories with family and friends.
Survivors include, four children, Debbie (David) Salber, Marathon, Christine Laszewski, Merrill, Jeffery (Vanessa) Laszewski, Seattle, Wash. and Nicholas Laszewski, Florida; five grandchildren, Emily (Josh) Cotter, Rebecca (Justin) Brodhagen, Jake Salber, Zach Narlock and Ezra Roszak; two great-grandchildren, Thatcher and Quinn Brodhagen; and one sister, Velma Laszewski, Milwaukee.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by 10 brothers and sisters.
The funeral mass will be celebrated at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, October 17, 2014 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Stevens Point. Rev. Monsignor Joseph Diermeier will preside. Burial will be in the Guardian Angel Cemetery, Stevens Point, with full military honors conducted by the American Legion Behrens-Scribner Post No. 6, Stevens Point.
Peterson/Kraemer Funeral Home, 3400 Stewart Avenue, Wausau is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.petersonkraemer.com - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/wausaudailyherald/obituary.aspx?n=stanley-j-laszewski&pid=172821615&fhid=19781#sthash.NZ59IHeO.dpuf

            SAVE THE DATE!!! 
          Local 388 Holiday Banquet
            Saturday, December 6, 2014
        Sentry World
                Details coming soon.....

Don't forget to VOTE!!!
You are voting for your future employment and your families well being!!!
so please get out and vote on
November 4th!!!

Conduit Bending Course (16 CEU's) ~ this class will be held at the Training Center
          This class is offered to everyone. If you would just like to brush up on your bending or would like to learn possible new skills, this class is for you.....
If interested please call the union hall, 715-341-2696, to sign up.
As of April 1, 2014, everyone doing any electrical work in the state of Wisconsin are required to possess a current Wisconsin Electrical License
It is YOUR responsibility to notify the Union Hall of any address or phone number changes.
It is YOUR responsibility to pay your Union dues on time; the Union Hall is not required to send you a reminder notice.

2014 Union Dues Increase  
1 quarter       $108
Half year       $216
Full year        $432

Any questions or concerns you would like to talk over with Business Manager Dean Miller, please feel free to call him 715-341-2696 or email him dmiller@ibew388.org

Resign Policy...
Initial sign in registration must be done in person. Re-sign shall be required monthly, beginning on the 10th and ending on the 16th of each month. Re-sign may be accomplished by mail, fax (715) 341-3124, e-mail (
kjanis@ibew388.org) or in person. Re-signs will require the following information: Name, home local #, IBEW card #, address, original sign date, and page number. On the day you sign the Book in person is your original sign in date. Any questions or concerns please feel free to call us..

 To get your Wisconsin State Journeyman & Master Electrician Credential applications go to: http://dsps.wi.gov/Documents/Credentialing%20Forms/Trades%20Application%20Forms/Je.pdf

Vacation Accounts
You are now able to put your vacation money in your own banks. If you would like a form to submit to have your vacation money sent to your own bank account contact Kathy 715-341-2696 at the Union Hall.

The Union Boot Pro ~
All boots on their website are Union Made, American made work boots.
Go to THEUNIONBOOTPRO.COM and enter code: Be0388mD and get 27% off your boot order

 Is Retirement in Your Future???
Whether you are planning to retire in six months, six years, or if retirement is too far ahead to contemplate, it is never too late to keep good records. Saving check stubs, date books, and copies of your employment records are just some of the ways to avoid confusion involving start dates and employers. Think about creating a job history folder to keep track of where you've worked. It may come in handy and make the process much easier on you.