The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Local 369    Louisville, Kentucky

369 Updates

August Meeting 26th, 7 PM
Dues increase for 2019. $117 per quarter/$468 per year.

Local 369 was chartered over 100 years ago with only 15 members.  It now is over 2600 members strong representing workers in all aspects of the electrical industry, including construction, utility, maintenance, manufacturing, broadcasting and more.

As union members, we bargain collectively with our employers over wages, benefits, and rights.  Most of us have very limited bargaining power as one person, but as a group, we are strong. And, with a good negotiated contract, we have legal protections we would not have otherwise.



Charlie Essex
Business Manager/Financial Secretary
Kevin Kazunas
Steve Peters
Vice President
Paul Deom
Recording Secretary
Ron Gresham

executive board

“Electric” Bob Bartsch
Leslie Ryan
Recording Secretary
Jimmy Allen

Kevin Callahan

Dee Babiak

Greg Mudd

Dave Mattingly

examining board

John “Big Bastard” Berghaus
Eddie Morrison
Floyd Combs
Tim Redmon
Kevin Simms

building corporation

Tom Weber
Dennis Sells

“IBEW Local 369 is committed to
the advancement of the Wages,
Benefits, and Working Conditions
of all Electrical Workers!”

Upcoming Events


Tuesday April 22 is the last day to register to vote in the Kentucky 2019 Primary Election.Election day in May 21, 2019

Friday April 5 is the last day to register to vote in the Indiana 2019 Primary Election. Tuesday May 7 is Primary election day

Register to vote online at:    In Kentucky   In Indiana



IBEW Local #369 member and LEJATC Instructor Andrew Rolfe through a letter writing campaign has garnered support for an Amendment to the Kentucky Homestead Tax Exemption Act. Current provisions of this act do nothing to help partially Disabled Veterans or Law Enforcement Officers. Thinking or the number of Veterans who have returned home with significant injury not included in the Homestead Exemption’s provisions, Brother Rolfe took up the pen contacting any and all who would listen. If this issue is something that you can step up to support please call the Kentucky Legislative Message Line 1-800-372-7181. Leave your contact info and request support for SB95 to amend the Homestead Exemption. Please don’t let this die, make the call today. To take it a step farther, please share 16RS/SB95 via Social Media.


Legislative proposal


Message Line Numbers




Andrew Rolfe


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