Arbitrator Frank Quinn, well known to hundreds of UTU officers and members as a long-time educator at UTU regional meetings, a respected neutral in rail arbitration cases and as an author, has died at age 80.
Francis Xavier Quinn earned bachelor of arts, master of arts and master of science degrees in education, theology and industrial relations, and a doctoral degree in alternative dispute resolution.
Quinn is survived by his wife of 30 years, Marlene Stoker Quinn, who frequently attended UTU regional meetings with her husband.
Expressions of condolence may be sent to:
4213 Blackhaw Lane
Ft. Worth, TX 76107
- SEPTA bus members ratify new contract
- FTA announces random drug and alcohol testing rates for 2024
- Your union needs your social media contributions
- TD members overwhelmingly vote to authorize strike action against SEPTA
- ERMA lifetime maximum benefit to increase in 2024
- California High-Speed Rail Authority pledges to use unionized labor
- Recognizing our women railroaders
- Rail labor organizations urge Biden to renominate Bragg to RRB
- Bills’ advancement in Michigan a step forward for worker assault prevention
- Transportation labor groups urge DOT and NHTSA to launch industry-wide investigation of driverless vehicles