2017 UAW Union Built Vehicle Guide
How To Buy Union Made Tires


UPDATED 07/05/2022

Alexander, Rodger
Arnold, Chad
Basquez, Nicholas
Blahnik, Edward-- Retired
Brown, Jeffrey
Brownfield, Cory
Bowen, Chris
Butts, Michael
Camper, Carol
Carver, Sarah
Crosby, Eddie
Dell, Charlie
Dickson, William
Dilli, Brian
Dominquez, Julio--Retired
Donley, Justin
Fairchilds, Jeffrey
Field, Susan---Retired
Flannery, Lonnie 
Florea, William---Retired
Ford, Jimmie
Ford, Lorrie
Ford, Scott
Gill, Rex
Gordon Jr, Robert
Green, Stacey
Grubbs, Ricky
Grundy IV, William
Heflin, David
Hofmeyer, David
Huckbay, Richard
Hutson, Jason
Kastler, Charles---Retired
Kuhn, Robert
LeBlanc, Marilyn---Retired
Lewis, Charles J.
Mott Justin
Nickelson, Wanda
Ott, Arben---retired
Owens, Randy J.
Parhomuk, Ivan
Phillips, Tommy---Retired
Pryor, Chris
Ragsdale, James---Retired
Reeves, Tommy
Rushing, Clell Jason
Shaw, Cathy
Singleton, Craig--Retired
Taft, Frank---Retired
Thomas, Kelly
Thompson, Bonnie
Thornton, Brian
Wells, Dustin
Werling, Kevin---Retired
Whalen, Randall
Woodward, Kevin
Wright, Brian
Wright, James---Retired

Worker's Compensation Info

If You Are Injured

If you are injured at work, or your job has aggravated an existing medical problem, take the following three (3) steps at once!

  1. Notify your supervisor and your union representative of any injury.
  2. Request any needed medical treatment.
  3. Contact your attorney to file a Form 3 with the Worker's Compensation Court.


Now more than before, if you fail to notify your employer of a work-related injury, you may lose your claim!  In Oklahoma, all injured employees must provide actual notice to their employer within 30 days of the accident.

Actual notice consists of an acknowledgment by the employer that you are hurt on the job.  In other words, an injured worker must give oral or written notice of the injury in order to get treatment.  Written notice is preferable.

Previously, an injured worker could meet the requirement by receiving "medical attention" from a "licensed physician" within 30 days.  However, this is no longer the case and you must inform your employer of the injury and the employer will provide you with medical treatment.

It is important that you keep a copy of written notice of injuries given to your employer for your records.  In addition, it is now more important than ever to keep copies of all forms that you sign.