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John J. Casciano

National Business Agent

National Association of Letter Carriers

HQ Phone:  (202) 393-4695

Email: c***@***.org

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National Association of Letter Carriers

100 Indiana Ave, Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20001

United States

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About the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) The National Association of Letter Carriers is the union of city delivery letter carriers working for the United States Postal Service founded in 1889. Today, the NALC maintains its tradition as a vibr...more

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National Business Agent


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John J. Casciano, Region 14 (New England)


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John J. Casciano Region 14 (New England)


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John Casciano
1208A V.F.W. Parkway, Suite 201 W. Roxbury, MA 02132 617-363-9299 John J. Casciano, National Business Agent First elected as national business agent (NBA) for New England Region 14 in 1998, John Casciano was re-elected to a fifth term by acclamation in 2014 during the 69th Biennial NALC Convention in Philadelphia. "I come from a long family line of union members and recognize that unions built this nation's middle class, fought its wars and worked in its factories," Casciano said. "Dignity and respect on the workroom floor are never given; they are earned. Solidarity breeds strength." Casciano began his postal career as a clerk in Boston in 1980, switching to the carrier craft in 1982, when he became a member of Boston Branch 34. He served as shop steward for 10 years beginning in 1984 and filed grievances on numerous issues. He was elected area steward in 1989, became a local business agent in 1990, and then served as Branch 34 vice president until his election as Region 14 NBA. At the branch level, he also served as a grievance Step 2 representative, route inspection representative, and was an advocate in over 100 arbitrations. Educated in Boston's Catholic school system, Casciano has also studied courses at the George Meany Center for Labor Studies near Washington. "It is my continued desire to take whatever actions are required to ensure that New England letter carriers are recognized for their substantial contributions to the success of the Postal Service," Casciano said. Casciano and his wife, Kathy, were married in 1972.


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John Casciano
1208A V.F.W. Parkway, Suite 201 W. Roxbury, MA 02132 617-363-9299 John J. Casciano, National Business Agent First elected as national business agent (NBA) for New England Region 14 in 1998, John Casciano was re-elected to a fifth term by acclamation in 2014 during the 69th Biennial NALC Convention in Philadelphia. "I come from a long family line of union members and recognize that unions built this nation's middle class, fought its wars and worked in its factories," Casciano said. "Dignity and respect on the workroom floor are never given; they are earned. Solidarity breeds strength." Casciano began his postal career as a clerk in Boston in 1980, switching to the carrier craft in 1982, when he became a member of Boston Branch 34. He served as shop steward for 10 years beginning in 1984 and filed grievances on numerous issues. He was elected area steward in 1989, became a local business agent in 1990, and then served as Branch 34 vice president until his election as Region 14 NBA. At the branch level, he also served as a grievance Step 2 representative, route inspection representative, and was an advocate in over 100 arbitrations. Educated in Boston's Catholic school system, Casciano has also studied courses at the George Meany Center for Labor Studies near Washington. "It is my continued desire to take whatever actions are required to ensure that New England letter carriers are recognized for their substantial contributions to the success of the Postal Service," Casciano said. Casciano and his wife, Kathy, were married in 1972.


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