Deaun Gillespie is currently a steward within the Equipment Operator job classification at Powerton Station. He started his career at Powerton Station on January 25th, 2010 as a station laborer. He promoted from Station Laborer to the Operations Department in 2013. Deaun then transferred to a coal yard position in 2013. In 2015, Brother Gillespie transferred back to the Operations Department, where he has held an Equipment Operator position ever since. He has held the Unit Recorder position for the Powerton Unit Meetings since 2016. Deaun has been a steward representing members at Powerton Station since 2017.
Outside of work, Brother Gillespie enjoys spending time with his wife Stephanie and three children, Kenyon, Kendahl and Khalil. He also loves to go to sporting events including the March Madness College Basketball Tournament.
Thank you Deaun, for your Service to IBEW Local 15!
My name is Phil Calderon. I have been employed with ComEd since 1996. I have been all over the company both inside and outside and have enjoyed working on the EEG campaign for many years. I have been married for 24 years to my wife Christine and we have 3 beautiful daughters Ava, Emma, and Olivia. I have been a steward and chief steward for Local 15 for most of my 27 years of employment. I enjoy coaching youth sports and taking trips anywhere that makes my kids happy. I am a proud union supporter and member.
Thank you Phil, for your Service to IBEW Local 15!
Chief Steward Dave Duncan started his career with Constellation in the Radiation Protection Department at Quad Cities Station on May 19, 2008, and promoted to Radiation Protection Technician in February of 2010. Brother Duncan first became a steward for his department in October 2012. He held that position until he became a Chief Steward in July of 2019. Dave attended the Nuclear Conference in 2012, the Utility Workers Coalition Conference in 2017, and the Arbitration school at the University of Illinois in 2017.
Dave and his wife Taylor live in Morrison Illinois with their daughters, Bella (16), Ava (14), Kinley (12), and Kendall (10). All 4 of Dave’s daughters are active in sports which keeps him busy with either watching or coaching. One of his other favorite things to do when he gets time is to enjoy a round of golf.
Thank you Dave, for your Service to IBEW Local 15!