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Chief Engineer

Local Address: Minooka, Illinois, United States
State of Illinois
 
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • Hamilton High School
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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
www.ibew.com, 1 May 2004 [cached]
IBEW International Representative Troy Johnson testified at the ITC hearing last year about the shutdown of the Sharp TV plant in Tennessee that threw 500 IBEW members out of work in 2002 and the lay-offs of IBEW members at Toshiba in Lebanon, Tennessee. The preliminary ruling from the ITC was favorable to the petitioners.
Brother John Hickey inspecting a batch charger with a mix and melt engineer.
The U.S. International Trade Commission scheduled a "final injury" hearing on the dumping case for April 15, 2004. The IBEW members at Toshiba are currently working, but Johnson says that the plant's future is still in doubt. He is hopeful that the ITC will rule in favor of the petitioners, helping to provide more security for workers at Toshiba and at other U.S. operations where workers are represented by the Electronic Workers-Communications Workers of America (IUE-CWA), the United Steelworkers of America (USWA) and the Glass, Molders and Pottery Workers (GMP). But, says Johnson, "even if we win the ITC case, it doesn't stop employers from moving production to Mexico, drawing an advantage from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)."
Tristen's father, Troy ...
www.scfl.org [cached]
Tristen's father, Troy Johnson, is a member of IBEW Local 965.
Officers and Executive Board
www.ibew965.com, 17 Jan 2014 [cached]
TROY JOHNSON UNIT 8 E-BOARD
FAIRFIELD — Troy Johnson waited ...
www.journal-news.com [cached]
FAIRFIELD — Troy Johnson waited 15 years to roll his first 300 game. The wait for his second one lasted a little more than 15 minutes.
Competing in the Saturday Night Mixed League at Fairfield Lanes on Sept. 27, with his parents and grandma as teammates, the 23-year-old Johnson rolled back-to-back 300s and then struck with his first eight throws in his third game before a defiant 10-pin in the ninth frame ended the run at 32 consecutive strikes.
"When I missed in the ninth, my heart just dropped," Johnson said. "You go from being up in the clouds to coming back to reality. I told my dad, 'I just want to go home.' It didn't feel like there was anything else to shoot for."
Johnson finished with a 300-300-265 for an 865 series, which ties for 10th best in the history of the Greater Hamilton Bowling Association.
"When I got that first 300, I jumped up and screamed and when I turned around, the only person I saw was my dad," Johnson said. "I've been trying for so many years to get it, it was just a big relief.
"It's actually been a competition between me and my dad," Johnson added.
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Troy said he remembered that scene and he used what he learned from that night while chasing his own history.
"I wasn't nervous at all," Troy said.
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Despite the anticlimactic finish of a spare in the ninth, a spare in the 10th and a 7-spot on the third ball in the 10th, Johnson was mobbed with congratulatory handshakes and hugs.
"After everyone came up to congratulate me, my dad bought me a shot at the bar and then we all went to Richard's Pizza to celebrate," Troy said.
Troy graduated from Hamilton High School in 2003, where he was co-MVP of the bowling team his junior year and MVP his senior year.
He still lives in Hamilton and works as an electrician as a member of I.B.E.W. 648. He also helps coach the youth program at Columbia Lanes, which is where he got his start in the sport, at his father's urging, as a way to keep busy in the winter when he couldn't play baseball.
Until a few weeks ago, his career high game was a 290 and his best series was a 791.
"It still hasn't really sunk in that I came that close (to a perfect 900 series), but I'm just glad my parents were there to see it," Johnson said.
Mr. T. A. Johnson, ...
www.cwa-comtech.org, 5 Nov 2007 [cached]
Mr. T. A. Johnson, International Representative , IBEW
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