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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

So That Others Also Might Lead

Maryland Classified Employees Association (MCEA) Western Maryland Regional Governor Larry D. Kump has resigned his MCEA office with his best wishes for and support of MCEA's ongoing fight for workplace justice and personal liberty.
He reluctantly accepted the office of MCEA Area Governor in November of 2007, in an unanimous draft from his MCEA chapter president peers.
However, at that time and thereafter, he has frequently reminded his MCEA friends and coworkers that he only would serve as an MCEA Area Governor on an interim basis.
Then, on June 1st of 2008, he unexpectedly and suddenly took an early retirement from the Maryland prison system.
Mr. Kump believes that service as MCEA non-retiree officers should be deferred to MCEA members who remain actively working in public employment.
After involvement and service with MCEA and other independent public employee unions since 1972, this public service protagonist is proud and pleased to have been allowed and blessed to serve in MCEA's quest for workplace liberty and job justice.
MCEA Area Governor Kump now steps aside, so that others also may serve and lead.
Raised in Hagerstown, MD and a former resident of both Frostburg and Cumberland, MD, Mr. Kump is a graduate of Hagerstown Community College and Frostburg State University. Previously, he also was a guest lecturer on public employee labor relations at Indiana University.
The proud father of David and Sarah now resides in Falling Waters, WV, where he is active in community affairs and serves as a High Priest in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


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