Larry Mazzola, Jr.
Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Local 38

Larry Mazzola Jr. took over as president of the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council in 2015, replacing his father and longtime labor leader Larry Mazzola Sr. Mazzola Jr. has served as Business Manager/ Financial Secretary Treasurer for Plumbers Local 38, as a delegate to the Trades Council for more than 20 years and brings a wealth of trades knowledge to the table. With his tenacity and determination for progress, he carries on the proud tradition of fighting for working men and women in San Francisco.

Vice President for Basic Crafts
Victor Parra
Laborers Local 67

Born and raised in Mexico City, Parra immigrated to California in 1988. He joined a union at the age of 17, and became a general foreman at the age of 20, running projects in the remediation field for asbestos/lead and mold/hazmat projects. Parra worked steadily in the abatement field for 14 years, and in 2003 got hired by former Business Manager Jerry Rodarte as a Field Representative for Laborers Local 67. In 2004, he was appointed as Business Manager and has been re-elected for three terms. Parra is married with three children and a proud member of Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA). “I will never forget what the labor movement has done for my family, and what the Labor Movement continues to do for our members,” Parra said.

Vice President for Subcrafts
John Doherty
IBEW Local 6

Born and raised in San Francisco, John is a first generation Irish-American and holds a sociology degree from UC Santa Barbara. His career in the electrical industry began in October of 1998. Since that time he has been an active member of his local, and has served the membership as a teacher at the Apprenticeship School, as a Business Representative, as President, and currently Business Manager-Financial Secretary of IBEW Local 6. He serves as a Trustee for Local 6’s Apprenticeship Committee, its Health and Welfare Plan, and its Pension Plan. John has served as a delegate to the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council since December of 2007; first as a delegate to the Board of Business Representatives, and then as a delegate to the full Council. “As a member of the Building Trades, and a student of its past accomplishments, I will work to continue the proud traditions that have led to our many gains,” says Doherty.

Michael Theriault
Iron Workers Local 377

Theriault has been a member of the Ironworkers Union since 1985, was appointed as Business Representative with his Local in 2001, and was elected in his own right to a second term in 2003. Theriault has served as a delegate to the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council representing the Ironworkers, has served as a Council trustee, and has represented his local as a delegate to the San Francisco Labor Council, as well as building trades councils in San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma-Lake-Medocino and Humboldt-Del Norte counties. A native of San Francisco, Theriault is married with two children. Mike took office on April 1, 2005.

Steven Ice
Painters and Tapers Local 913, District Council 16, IUPAT

Steven Ice has held numerous union roles, including I.U.P.A.T. LOCAL 913 delegate to the San Francisco Labor Council and Sergeant-at-Arms for the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council. He has also been the VAC coordinator and teaches trades apprentice program at Treasure Island as well as sponsoring several young people to that program. Steven loves his work and being a part of building the city of San Francisco.


Dan Fross
Electricians Local 6

Ramon Hernandez
Laborers Local 261

Pat Mulligan
Carpenters Local 22

Tony Rodriguez
Sprinkler Fitters Local 483

Tony Urbina
Sheet Metal Workers Local 104

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