Teamsters Local 665 stands with all San Franciscans in honoring the memory of Mayor Edwin Lee. Mayor Lee has been there for working people, in struggles, tragedy and triumphs. Thank you, and bless you, Mayor Lee.
W.T. Brown became a member of the Teamsters Union in 1974. During that time, W.T.Brown worked in San Francisco’s automotive industries, overseeing inventory and revenue control at a myriad of work-sites throughout the City. In 1992 W.T. Brown was part of the “Ernie Yates Slate” which brought new, dynamic leadership to his struggling trade union.
Local 665 joins our sisters and brothers throughout the Teamsters Union and organized labor in honoring the memory of our brother, Dan Varela. Dan passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer, on October 11. Dan was not a member of Local 665. His membership over 40 years included Teamsters Locals 70, 78,
Teamsters local 665 collaborated with UNITE HERE Local 2850 and North Bay Jobs with Justice to show support for the House Keeping Workers to have the right to organize.
Teamsters local 665 meeting with workers at Ratto waste management prior to organizing and becoming members. Local 665 won a majority NLRB election making the 500 worker unit new Teamsters members.
Teamsters Local 665 recognizing Mike Logamarsino and his contributions to Labor. Mike is being honored by the San Mateo Labor Council for his efforts in putting the fight for labor during his time as a Business Agent and a Labor Worker.
Teamsters 665 attending the Affordable heath care act rally in San Francisco. Teamsters Local 665 has been positively impacted by the ACA. With more members being covered now than ever before. For the first time in 10 years our members have seen a slower pace in rising cost in rates for health coverage. We are here