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Keith Thomas

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The Boeing Company

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The Boeing Company

100 North Riverside

Chicago, Illinois,60606

United States

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Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing produ... more

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www.miningjournal.net

Cloud became interested in the topic after hearing a talk by Keith Thomas, a Boeing machinist in Park City, Kan., who helped organize the strike.
Thomas said the rejection of that offer, which he called "terrible," was his proudest moment as a union member. Higher-ups had been so confident of a settlement, he said, that letters were sent out prematurely welcoming the strikers back to work. "People on the picket lines were waving their 'welcome back' letters to the cameras and to the general public when folks would go by," he said. That triumph was the high-water mark for the union caucus. Thomas and other rank-and-file members received hate mail. Cloud said some of the union's lost ground came from backlash due to harassment of members such as Thomas, and some avoidable mistakes. For instance, Thomas decided to sue the union under the Labor Management Recording and Disclosure Act. "One of the chapters is a dialectic chapter where (Thomas is) trying to refute everything I'm arguing," she said.


www.socialistworker.org [cached]

Keith Thomas, a retired union activist at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kans., that was sold off to the Canadian company Onex earlier this year, criticized IAM leaders' bargaining strategy to achieve the tentative agreement."Most of [the IAM officials'] 'achievements' are once again measured in terms of what they didn't lose," he wrote in an e-mail message to union activists.


www.arkvalleynews.com [cached]

Ward 4 contenders are incumbent Davis, 54, and former council member Keith Thomas, who served from 1995 to 1997.Thomas said he would focus on keeping city government accessible to the public.He scolded the city council for holding special meetings for what he called non-emergency items with short notice."The council has done some things lately that I don't consider good government," said Thomas."I don't like it when we try to cut the public out."Thomas also said he's an advocate of reducing the terms of council members, and he opposes the construction of a casino in Park City for economic and social reasons.Thomas recently retired from The Boeing Company, where he worked in the chemical processing shops for 27 years.Thomas has lived in Park City since 1956.He and his wife, Shelley, have twosons.


www.arkvalleynews.com [cached]

In Park City, eight-year council member Gary Davis will run against a familiar face to Park City government, Keith Thomas.Thomas is a former Park City City Council member who served from 1995 to 1997.The two are seeking Davis' open council seat in Ward 4.Thomas, on the other hand, said Tuesday night he plans to focus on keeping city government accessible to the public.He scolded the current city council for holding special meetings for what he called non-emergency items with short notice.In particular, Thomas mentioned that the Sunday meetings held late in 2004 to discuss the construction of a casino and an amusement park in Park City could have waited for a weekday."The council has done some things lately that I don't consider good government," said Thomas."I don't like it when we try to cut the public out," he added.Thomas also said he's an advocate of reducing the terms of council members, and he opposes the construction of a casino in Park City for economic and social reasons."If a tornado came in and wiped out 5,000 people, we'd call that a disaster," the candidate continued."Why would we want to do essentially the same thing (to our citizens) with the support of the city council?"Thomas, an Army veteran, recently retired from Boeing Aircraft Company, where he worked in the chemical processing shops for 27 years.Thomas said he's lived in Park City most of his life since his parents moved to the town in 1956.He and his wife, Shelley, have lived in what is now Ward 4 for 15 years.


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Wealth Builders: La-Nita and Keith Thomas When La-Nita Thomas saw a For Rent sign in the window of a pretty house in Tacoma, Washington, seven years ago and called to inquire about it, the first thing the owner asked was if she'd be interested in buying it.He must be kidding, La-Nita thought.She and her husband, Keith, had been Section-8 renters, with three kids (daughter Chyna is pictured with her parents here), bad credit and little money.But they now had good jobs, which was enough for the owner, a real-estate investor who often extended creative financing for properties he sold. In this case, he offered to sell the three-bedroom, two-bath house to La-Nita and Keith for $129,500 under a lease-option agreement.They would put up $1,500 as a partial down payment and rent the house for $1,100 a month for one year, with $500 a month of the rent going toward the down payment.After a year they would put down another $1,500, and the seller would hold a mortgage for seven years-during which time they had to find another source of financing.They got a new loan from a mortgage company within a year and paid off the seller. Now bitten by the real-estate bug, La-Nita, 35, a surgical technologist, and Keith, 39, an inspector at Boeing, bought a second property for rental income in 1999 for $112,000.The seller of the first house held a second mortgage on this property, which he agreed to sell to the Thomases for $7,000.Keith tapped his company pension to buy out the seller's position."His pension lost a lot of money when the stock market went down," La-Nita says, "so we figured that real estate was a better place to put it."Shortly after, the owner of the house, who owed the first mortgage and had retired to Montana, agreed to let La-Nita and Keith buy the house for what he owed the bank, $105,000.La-Nita and Keith assumed his loan, meaning they took over the payments and didn't have to come up with any more money than the $7,000 they originally paid.


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