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CHANGE OF OFFICERS

LOCAL 82-545, BEAVER FALLS, PA-New President Louis Gonzalez; 1307 Rambler Drive; Aliquippa, PA 15001

LOCAL 153, SAN JOSE, CA-New President Tony Cements

LOCAL 655, MIAMI, FL-New President Dan Satterwhite

LOCAL 660, STATE COLLEGE, PA-New President Dr. Christopher C. Byrne; 121 Willow Circle; State College, PA 16801; Phone: 814-777-7238

Members and officers can access the List of Locals book online at www.afm.org/member/localsbook.htm. Information changes, such as new local officers, addresses, phone/fax numbers, etc, are updated montly on the AFM website. Officers should send information changes/updates to ofcrchg@afm.org. Change of officers and addresses will continue to be listed here each month.

TAPS

LOCAL 1, CINCINNATI, OH-Charles Medcalf*

LOCAL 3, INDIANAPOLIS, IN-Leland C. Beck, Richard F. Com*, Jesse A Garber*, Aletra E. Hampton, Andrew Karpa*, Simon B. Schaefer*, Lillian Starost*, Albert E. Walton, Russell Webster*, Gordon E "Bud" Wilson*

LOCAL 5, DETROIT, MI-John Gajec*, Jack Shick, Charles Snitchler, John Wezalis*

LOCAL 6, SAN FRANCISCO,CA-Sal Carson*, Tom Chesnut*, Gary Drumn*, Walter Green, George Silva*

LOCAL 9-535, BOSTON, MA-Louis Allegro, James Harper

LOCAL 10-208, CHICAGO, IL-Harold Buchholz*, Thomas Cadden*, Pronny Cortes*, Angelo Costante*, Robert Creed*, Armand Ferrini*, James Hicks*, Emil Mittermann*, Al Monti*, Herb Sandberg*, Kimberly Schmidt, Harold Siegel*, Emily Stoffa, Bruno Zabinski*

LOCAL 16, NEWARK, NJ-Casimer Kossakowski, Ricky Marelli*

LOCAL 20-623, DENVER, CO-Charles Kassinger*, L. Dean Barkey*, Sara Brown*, John Bud Poindexter*

LOCAL 24, AKRON, OH-Harry Reed*

LOCAL 47, LOS ANGELES-Robert Bond*, Emmett F. Frizell*, Robert E. Gardner*, Alton A. Grambow*, Hannah Herman*, Charles D. Lorton*, Robert F. Olson*, Herman Stein*

LOCAL 52-626, NORWALK, CT-Paul Mayer*

LOCAL 145, VANCOUVER, BC-Patrick Joseph Bourque, Vera (McIntyre) Johnson

LOCAL 148-462, ATLANTA, GA-Albert Coleman*

LOCAL 149, TORONTO, ON-Alexander Even*

LOCAL 186, WATERBURY, CT-William Brown*

LOCAL 203, HAMMOND, IN-John Benesh*, John Drewno*, James O'Donnel*, Phillip Swan*

LOCAL 248, PATERSON, NJ-Jack O'Donnell*, Joseph Pansini*, Chester Szalankiewicz*, Americo Marelli*

LOCAL 257, NASHVILLE, TN-John R. Hughey*, Carlos Leonard Hunter, William H. Seighman

LOCAL 283, PENSACOLA, FL-Gordon Boswell*, Martino Faggioni*

LOCAL 308, SANTA BARBARA, CA-Harry Reed

LOCAL 369, LAS VEGAS, NV-William H. Skalak*

LOCAL 802, NEW YORK CITY, NY-Gustave Rarys*

* INDICATES LIFE MEMBER

On the Move.... Orchestras and ensembles wishing to have new appointees listed in the International Musician should send audition results by fax (315-422-3837) or by e-mail (im@afm.org), subject "On the Move."

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