Deb York, who has played an important role in the workings of the National Union for more than 10 years, retired on May 31. She started working part-time for the UWUA when former President Mike Langford took office in 2007. She began full-time with UWUA in 2010, working as an administrative assistant to Langford and former Executive Vice President Steve VanSlooten.
Deb worked on many special assignments for the officers of the National Union. In addition, she assisted in planning national meetings, conferences and conventions. Always in the background, Deb made things happen and got the job done!
Married with two children, two grandsons and seven step grandchildren, she is looking forward to spending time with family. Thank you Deb for everything you have done for the UWUA.