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ATU Local 757 News & Info

Support HB 3409

It has been over a year since the pandemic began and in that time, essential workers have shown up every day, worn masks, and kept our communities safe. Take action today and tell #ORLeg to [...]

By | June 17th, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on Support HB 3409

2021 ATU 757 Officer Election Official Vote Results

TrueBallot, Inc. and the Election Committee have finished tabulating the ballots in the 2021 ATU 757 Officer Election. Below you will find the official tally of votes for the three At-large Officers, Executive Board Officers, [...]

By | June 16th, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on 2021 ATU 757 Officer Election Official Vote Results

June Meeting Notice

By vote of the ATU 757 Executive Board, all Charter and Continuation Meetings are canceled for the month of June.Please visit our website or Facebook page, or call the Union Hall for any questions or [...]

By | June 2nd, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on June Meeting Notice

TriMet Bus Bridge

 There are unplanned MAX repairs that may last through June 6th. This repair will require a number of bus shuttles to cover service.  Please come prepared, have your bus bridge book with you, in case you [...]

By | June 2nd, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on TriMet Bus Bridge

Happy Memorial Day

ATU Local 757 wishes you and your family a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. As we relax this weekend with our loved ones, we remember those we’ve lost in the performance of their military [...]

By | May 28th, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on Happy Memorial Day

Sincere Condolences

On behalf of ATU 757 family, we offer our most sincere condolences to the family, friends, and coworkers of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 265. Please visit the link to find out how you can help ATU members impacted [...]

By | May 28th, 2021|Categories: ATU 757|Comments Off on Sincere Condolences
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  1. Update – All Meetings

    July 29, 2021 - January 1, 2022

Meet Your Full Time Officers


President – Business Representative

ATU 757
1801 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232

Office Phone: 503-232-9144
Toll Free: 800-797-4373
Email: president@atu757.org

Shirley is the first woman, and the first African-American, to be elected President – Business Representative of Division 757 since it began in 1917. She grew up in Florida and Michigan, the daughter of migrant laborers. Once she graduated from university with her nursing license she worked in Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital before moving to Portland in 1974 for the weather.

She worked as a nurse, and then got a job as a TriMet bus operator in 1981. She also married and raised children of her own, as well as 11 foster children. Her daughter currently works at TriMet, as did her husband, now retired. In the 34 years Block worked at TriMet, she’s been a bus operator, fare inspector, field operations coordinator, and road supervisor. She’s also served several terms as a member of the Union Executive Board.

Fred Casey

Vice President – Assistant Business Representative

ATU 757
1801 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232

Office Phone: 503-232-9144
Toll Free: 800-797-4373
E-Mail: fredc@atu757.org

Fred Casey grew up in a union household, he is a third-generation union member. His grandfather was in the Rail Workers Union for nearly half a century before his retirement. Fred’s father was a member of Local 290 Steamfitters Union as a Plumber until his death in 2012. Fred has always had a driver’s job since high school, and for a short while also worked as an IT contractor for Microsoft. Restless as he was and the lack of support for employees, he left the desk behind and returned to operating trucks and Union siblinghood.

Fred’s career with TriMet began in December 2013. He started as a part time Operator before moving to full time in 2014. In September of 2015, he was promoted to Station Agent. Frustrated with TriMet policies, Fred ran and was elected as an ATU 757 Executive Board Officer in June 2018. He continued to fight and support ATU members to provide better protection and making gains along the way. Fred was elected as the new Vice President of ATU 757 in 2021.

Fred is married to Clover Casey, who is also an ATU 757 member. Clover currently works at TriMet as a Transit Operator and serves the membership as a Shop Steward. Fred and Clover have a blended family of six children.


Financial Secretary Treasurer-Recording Secretary

ATU 757
1801 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232

Office phone: 503-232-9144
Toll Free: 800-797-4373

Mary is serving her third term as ATU 757’s Financial Secretary-Treasurer; she was first elected to the role in 2012.

Mary began working at TriMet in 1998 as a Trip Planner in Customer Service, becoming a proud member of ATU. She then advanced to the Finance Division as a Fare Revenue Specialist, overseeing millions of dollars of ticket and pass inventory. She became an ATU 757 shop steward in 2006 and has been active in our union and the broader labor movement ever since, including Portland Jobs with Justice and the Oregon AFL-CIO, as well as ATU International’s national advocacy work. She participated in Take Back the Capitol action in Washington D.C. to demand funding for public transit, as well as the Jobs with Justice Bridge Walk to support striking hotel workers in the Portland area.

Mary is married to Jamie Longoria, who is also an ATU 757 member at TriMet. Jamie started as a helper in the Maintenance Division in 1995, working on cleaning and fueling buses. He moved on to Field Equipment Maintenance, where he currently works as a Journeyman.

Mary and Jamie have two adult children. Their daughter Nicole works at Rogue Community College in Medford, Oregon, as an Admission Coach helping potential students explore all that Rogue Community College has to offer.

Mary & Jamie’s son Derek was a firefighter for Cal Fire in Shasta County, California. He graduated from the EMT/Paramedic Program at Butte College in California; Derek is a Paramedic Fire Fighter in South Lake Tahoe.  Derek has been dispatched to fight fires throughout California for weeks at a time, and he’s proud of the service that he and his fellow firefighters provide for the communities they serve.

Mary & Jamie are proud that their children have chosen to give back to the community as public servants.