Communications Information

Business Manager

Steven Soule, Business Manager, IBEW 2320Steven W. Soule is the Business Manager and Principal of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2320. Local 2320 represents New Hampshire workers in telecommunications, information technology, line construction and fiber optics, building and automotive mechanics, customer service, and logistical support sectors, among others.

Mr. Soule is a passionate advocate for his membership. Currently he is a member of the Governor’s Telecommunications Advisory Board, a member of the T-6 council representing workers across the New England region, a board member of the System Council T-3 and T-8, and the Secretary Treasurer of the System Council T-9, where he represents and bargains for workers throughout Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire.

Mr. Soule has a Master’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University in Human Resources and Employment Relations, a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University System of New Hampshire, and an Associate’s Degree in Science from the Nashua Community Technical College.

Mr. Soule is a combat Veteran of the United States Navy, having served his last deployment during the 2004 Battle of Fallujah. He is the recipient of numerous awards and commendations, including the Iraq Campaign Medal with the Eagle Globe and Anchor and campaign star for participation in combat operations. He currently lives in Manchester, N.H. with his wife Bonnie and their daughter Isabella.

Assistant Business Manager

Kevin Cavanaugh, Assistant Business Manger, IBEW 2320

Kevin J. Cavanaugh is the Assistant Business Manager of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2320. Local 2320 represents New Hampshire workers in telecommunications, information technology, line construction and fiber optics, building and automotive mechanics, customer service, and logistical support sectors, the full time Professors from the Community College System of New Hampshire and the Security Officers from Seabrook Nuclear Station.

Mr. Cavanaugh is a 32-year member of Local 2320 and has acted as lead negotiator since 1999 with Bell Atlantic, Verizon, Avaya, AT&T and FairPoint Communications. He has also served as Vice President of the Local, Benefits Administration for members in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont as well as a Delegate to the International Convention, System Council’s T2, T6, T8 and T9, which represents workers throughout New England and the United States.  Currently, Mr. Cavanaugh is the New Hampshire State Senator for District 16 which represents the towns of Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett and Manchester wards 1,2 and12. He is also serving his second term as Alderman of Ward 1 in Manchester where he is the Chairman of the Human Resources Committee and sits on the Committees of Administration/Information Systems and Lands and Buildings for the City of Manchester.


Mr. Cavanaugh was born and raised in Manchester where he graduated from the local public school system, and is very active in the community volunteering as a coach and former Vice President of Manchester North Little League, he helps to support the local PTA groups at Smyth Road School, Hillside Middle School and Central High School. He currently lives in Manchester, N.H. with his wife Kerri and their three children Jack, Ryleigh and Myles.

President

Todd Bedard, IBEW2320 PresidentTodd Bedard is the President, Political Registrar, Assistant Business manager representing the Community College System of New Hampshire, member of the Medical Imaging & Radiation Therapy board, and delegate to the International Convention for IBEW Local 2320. As President, he oversees the financial and routine aspects of the Local.

As a 20 year Union member in the Central Office Equipment Installation department, Todd continually strives to become a better union member and be more involved. In concert with Business Manager Soule, Todd believes that an educated union member can better serve their local, and he leads by example. He currently holds an Associate’s degree in Telecommunications Science, is working towards his Bachelors in Information Technology, and is a Rated Technician.

Todd has devoted  30+ years of his life to the Martial Arts. He currently holds the rank of 5th degree Black belt and continues to work out and give back at every opportunity. He lives in Auburn, NH with his wife Mindy and three children Savannah, Gabrielle, and Cooper. He can be found most weekend and summer days coaching or cheering on his children at basketball, softball, or baseball practices.

Executive Board

IBEW 2320 Executive BoardVice President: Dave McFadden

Treasurer: Jim Lemay

Financial Secretary: Cara Delahanty

Recording Secretary: Lisa Molloy

Unit 1: Jessica Ford

Unit 2: Charles Carey

Unit 3: Ryan Avery

Unit 4: Adam Fredrickson

Unit 5: Alexander Pagnottaro

Unit 5: Dawn Hunt

Unit 6: Mark Wilson

Unit 7: Pete Girouard

Unit 8: James Golden

Unit 9: Keith Nadeau

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Communications Events

Unit 4/5 Meeting (Manchester)

February 8 @ 5:30pm Sweeney Post
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Unit 3 Meeting (Keene)

March 15 @ 5:15pm American Legion Hall
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Unit 1 Meeting (Concord)

March 19 @ 5:30pm Tandy's
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Unit 8 Meeting (Dover)

March 21 @ 5pm Margaritas
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Unit 6 Meeting (Newport)

March 26 @ 5pm Salt Hill Pub (Newport)
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Contact Us

NOTE: To submit a Grievance Form, please CLICK HERE.

IBEW 2320 OfficeInternational Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local 2320
Manchester, NH 03102
Main line: 603-669-8657
Tape: 603-669-7721

 

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