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Paul Rasso receives
Man of Distinction Award 
    Assemblymember Cheryl Brown honored our own Paul Rasso with a “Man of Distinction” award  on Friday, June 26 at Mimi’s Café in Fontana.  Paul Rasso, our Area F Legislative Committee member, was recognized for his long and distinguished service to the Colton community.
  
From the Colton City News:  Rasso is the current Chair of Colton Parks and Recreation Commission, and he has done a myriad of projects since his appointment in 2011. He has held concerts in the park, led a senior travel program, hosted various car show events, supported a boxing program, and more. For the past 18 years, Rasso has been employed with the Colton Joint Unified School District (CJUSD) and is currently an equipment technician. His involvement with CJUSD extends to his family, his daughter Cece is a recent graduate from Colton High School. On top of all of that, Rasso is involved with the Colton Coalition for Change, the Colton Relay for Life, California School Employees Association (CSEA), the Colton Cruise Against Cancer, and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Most recently, with LULAC, Rasso coordinated a fundraiser in honor of San Bernardino police officer Gabriel Garcia in which was a huge success, raising nearly $6,000 for the Garcia family. Aside from all of that, he also serves as a legislative advocate for the CSEA and represents nearly 30,000 school employees between Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Rasso finds the time every Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m., to host a radio talk show on KCAA to discuss local news.



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Dave Low
Dave Low: Reed's state pension reform measure would be financial disaster
In a recent op-ed piece for the San Jose Mercury News, CSEA Executive Director Dave Low explains how the Reed-DeMaio pension initiative would mean financial ruin for workers and public agencies across the state.
Emergency assistance for Fire Victims
Emergency assistance available for those affected by fires
When trouble strikes, your CSEA family is always here to lend a hand. With fires raging up and down the state, Association President Michael Bilbrey has made emergency assistance funds available to members who have been affected by the blazes.
Conference
CSEA's 89th Annual Conference celebrates the 'Power of Us'
CSEA's 89th Annual Conference, held July 27-31, 2015 in Las Vegas, brought together CSEA members from all over California to share ideas, debate and vote on resolutions, adopt a budget, elect state officers and present awards for outstanding service and achievement. Celebrating the theme "The Power of Us," members left the conference energized to confront the challenges facing classified employees and working families in 2016.
Conference concludes
Delegates emerge ready for the challenges ahead
The 89th Annual Conference came to a close today, with members ready to tackle the challenges ahead. Delegates queued up early this morning to cast their votes for Association officers. Michael Bilbrey was re-elected as Association President for another two-year term, Ben Valdepeña was re-elected as First Vice President, Delores Rodriguez-Burke won re-election as Second Vice President, and Kerry Woods was re-elected as Association Secretary.
State of the Union
Association President Bilbrey trumpets successes, outlines challenges in State of the Union
In his second State of the Union address as Association President, Michael Bilbrey reflected on major accomplishments of the past year and told delegates he is confident that CSEA members are ready, willing and able to face the challenges ahead.
Members of the Year
2015 Members of the Year
Each year, CSEA honors members who go above and beyond in service to students and CSEA with the Member of the Year award. This years winners are: Lee Anne Gaxiola from Gilroy Chapter 69, Lauro Jimenez from College of the Desert Chapter 407, Debbi Partridge from Yosemite Community College District Chapter 420, Paul Rasso from Colton Chapter 244 and Margaret Warder from Laguna Beach Chapter 131.

Brown
Governor signs budget
California's new 2015-16 budget increases education funding over last year's level by $7.6 billion. When combined with increases of $6.1 billion in 2013-14 and 2014-15 as well as other one-time savings and adjustments in those years, there has been an increased investment in K-14 education of more than $14 billion.
Pensions
Proposed ballot measure takes aim at retirement security
Anti-pension politicians have revived their effort to deny retirement security for public servants such as classified employees, teachers, police officers and firemen by filling a statewide ballot initiative that would eliminate secure pensions for all new employees without guaranteeing any other type of retirement benefit in return.
CDE
2015 Classified Employees of the Year
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced the recipients of California’s 2015 Classified Employees of the Year award. Five of the six recipients are CSEA members: Raul Torres, Alfredo Perez, Janelle Cranch, Phoebe Minick and Gricelda Garcia De Cardenas. Congratulations!
CCC
CSEA member wins Community College Classified Employees of the Year award
Donni Jean Prince, a veterans resource specialist and member of CSEA’s Desert Community College District Chapter 407 was named one of California’s Community College Classified Employees of the Year. The award honors community college classified employees who demonstrate the highest level of commitment to professionalism and community colleges.
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA Field Office
10211 TRADEMARK UNIT A, RANCHO CUCAMONGA 91730
Main#: (909) 466-1006
Toll-free: (800) 526-9297
Fax:(909) 466-1105
Use Extensions below with Main or Toll-free #


FIELD DIRECTOR
DENISE JENSEN
Ext: 2970
Direct: (909) 466-2970
djensen@csea.com

SR LABOR REL REP
JASON TER KEURST
Ext: 2977
Direct: (909) 466-2977
jterkeurst@csea.com

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
DEBBIE PICHETTO
Ext: 2972
Direct: (909) 466-2972
dpichetto@csea.com

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
MYESHA KENNEDY
Ext: 2984
Direct: (909) 466-2984
mlopez@csea.com


Labor Representatives

MICHELLE BELL
Ext: 2982
Direct: (909) 361-3106    
mbell@csea.com

BETH CASKIE
Ext: 2999
Direct: (909) 466-2999    
bcaskie@csea.com

RITA DAVIS
Ext: 2978
Direct: (909) 466-2978    
rdavis@csea.com

ANDREW EVANO
Ext: 2975
Direct: (909) 466-2975    
aevano@csea.com

MARTI HARRIS
Ext: 2997
Direct: (909) 466-2997    
mharris@csea.com

CHARLIE LACHANCE
Ext: 2989
Direct: (909) 466-2989    
clachance@csea.com

MINDY MARKOWITZ
Ext: 2983
Direct: (909) 466-2983    
mmarkowitz@csea.com

RAQUEL RUIZ
Ext: 2971
Direct: (760) 243-7518    
rruiz@csea.com

VICKIE SAUER
Ext: 2974
Direct: (909) 466-2974    
vsauer@csea.com

GARY SNYDER
Ext: 2979
Direct: (951) 672-0583    
gsnyder@csea.com

LYNN THOMPSON
Ext: 2992
Direct: (951) 303-0554    
lthompson@csea.com

LISA TOWERY
Ext: 2994
Direct: (951) 679-0173    
ltowery@csea.com

DENISE WILLIAMS
Ext: 2986
Direct: (909) 466-2986    
dwilliams@csea.com

DALE WISSMAN
Ext: 2981
Direct: (760) 564-1141    
dwissman@csea.com