ABOUT US

Meet our Experienced Team

Teamwork makes the dream work

Tim House

Business Manager

I began my career as an apprentice in 1980. I was then hired as an Business Agent in 2000 and Elected Business Manager in 2010. I am your main contact.

Brian Farmer

Apprenticeship Coordinator

I was hired as Apprenticeship Coordinator for Local 633 & Local 265 in September 2018. I am a Cement Mason by trade.

Shannon Selix

Office Administrator

I have been a member of OPEIU 12 since March 2005. I was hired by 633/265 Training Center in September 2016. I am your contact for records.

OPEN POSITION

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JOINT APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING COMMITTEE

BOARD MEMBERS

BILL GRIMN

MIKE SHUPIEN

TIM HOUSE

GREG MARTIN



EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

SETH SCHROEDER, President

TROY LOWRY, Vice-President

BRIAN HAUSER, Recording Secretary

DANIEL CRAWLEY, Trustee

SCOTT LOUWERSE, Trustee


Twin Cities Plasterers

Growing the industry Since 1921

Minneapolis Plasterers Local 65 and St. Paul Plasterers Local 20 received their charters on January of 1921. In 1995 they merged and became The Twin Cities Plasterers Local 265

Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons

International Association Founded 1864

The aspirations of this Association are to construct an organization which shall serve the best interests of all its members and stand a befitting and recognized monument of Association affiliated therewith.

The goals of the International Association and this local are to protect their members from unjust and injurious competition, as well as protect and promote our crafts' interests through unity of action. To secure the unity of action necessary to accomplish our mutual objectives, the International Association and the Local Union have the additional objective of thoroughly organizing those workers employed at our craft.

As an earnest proof that we entertain a true sense of our obligation, interest and duties toward one another, each member should make himself familiar with the laws herein contained, that he may avoid imposing upon the same, and also be prepared to use his influence on those who do not as yet belong to this Association, or any trade union, but whose only reason for not belonging to it is the benefits offered have never been fully explained to them.