Heartland Lodge 6760
Cincinnati District
Heartland Lodge 6760
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Cincinnati, Ohio - At the December 16, 2010 monthly Lodge meeting, Local Chairman Kevin Mitchell presented Past President Phil Amadon with a gift on behalf of lodge members and expressed his appreciation to Brother Amadon for his leadership and dedication, not only to Lodge 6760, but the entire union movement.

Brother Phil Amadon was the twelfth President of the lodge and brought many years of union experience with him. He started his rail career on the Denver and Rio Grand. He then transferred to the Norfolk and Western which merged with the Southern Railroad, becoming Norfolk Southern in 1985. While in Cincinnati, Brother Amadon served 12 years as a member of the Local Protective Committee. He is active in many areas of the union movement. He hosts a weekly talk radio show in Cincinnati about labor every Thursday afternoon from 3:00 to 4:00 PM., on WAIF 88.3 FM. He has been instrumental in hosting monthly lodge meetings at each major point of operation in the lodge's four-state jurisdiction. Brother Amadon affiliated Lodge 6760 with the Cincinnati Labor Council and remains it delegate in Cincinnati. Phil has done a wonderful job the past five years uniting Lodge 6760. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 1, 2022 - Vice Local Chairman Rob Schied presents a retirement gift to Brother George Fry. George recently retired from Norfolk Southern with 28 years of service and membership of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen Division of TCU. The officers and members of Heartland Lodge 6760 wish George many wonderful years of what we hope will be the best part of his life.
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 3, 2022 - Vice Local Chairman Rob Schied presents a retirement gift to 30-year veteran Dave Service for his remarkable career.
Cincinnati, Ohio, August 4, 2022 - After 30 years of service to Norfolk Southern, Brother Scott Iles retires. As a member of Heartland Lodge 6760, Vice Local Chairman Rob Schied presents Brother Iles with a retirement gift to commemorate his years of service to the railroad and as a dedicated member of the lodge. The officers and members of Lodge 6760 wish Scott a happy and well deserved retirement.