Harold Hillard
First Vice President, Treasurer
Biography

Harold was elected Branch 36 First Vice-President/Treasurer by acclamation in March, 2007.

Harold began his postal service employment in December, 1969 at the Manhattanville Post Office. He started as a clerk and became a letter carrier three months later. He made regular in 1970. As a regular, he was a combination driver for two years and held a route from 1973 to 1983. He became a night router from 1983 to 1995. When the night tour ended, he became a router again, until the present.

He was always involved in working for Branch 36, and became a shop steward for Manhattanville Station in 1995. In 1998, he became a part-time officer of Branch 36, as delegate of the Central Labor Council. In 2001, he became the Director of City Delivery, and the hearing officer for the Upper Manhattan Hub, which consists of eleven postal stations, those being Triboro, Lincolnton, College, Audubon, Wash. Bridge, Inwood, Fort George, Church Street, JAF, Manhattanville, and Morningside. As a hearing officer, in 2004 he was sent to arbitration school to become an advocate. Thereafter, he was appointed to the Election Committee for the NALC in 2004. For two years, 2005 and 2006, he was appointed to the Branch 36 Dinner-Dance Committee. He was also appointed to be on the tellers' committee for the 2006 National Convention. He has been involved with every other union official in working together to make the Postal Service a better workplace and in building a family of Postal Service workers.
Whenever you need Harold, phone him at Branch 36 at: (212) 239-3901.



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