TCU Member Charles Dillard has Achieved 50 Years of Service on Alaska Railroad

Charles R. Dillard is proudly displaying his 50 year Veteran’s Badge Award from International President, Robert Martinez, Jr. and General Secretary-Treasurer, Dora Cervantes.

Brother Dillard initiated with the BRC/TCU Local 6067 on April 1, 1970. Brother Dillard has achieved 50 years of active service at the Alaska Railroad Corporation in Anchorage. He currently is working the AAR Write-Up Position at the Repair Facility. His responsibilities include inspecting and writing up freight cars and passenger cars that are used throughout Alaska.

Brother Dillard is a true advocate in the Union movement. Charles comes from a long line of Railroad and Union family. His father, Charles Dillard, Sr., was a Conductor for 39 years with the Illinois Central Railroad. His brother, Robert Dillard, was a member of the United Rubber Workers – BF Goodrich, Tuscaloosa, AL. Robert served as Vice President and President of the Local Lodge and became a Federal Mediator for 18 years. His Uncle, A.J. Dillard, worked as a Conductor for the Illinois Central Railroad for 40 years. His Uncle, Sidney Webb, worked as a Station Master in Memphis for the Missouri Pacific Railroad for 40 years. His Cousin, David Webb, is working as a Locomotive Engineer for the Missouri Pacific Railroad for 15 years.

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Updated: April 27, 2020 — 9:17 am