PO Box 206
Hustonville, KY, 40437
These are a few of the men and women that went to work in New Jersey and were fatally injured never going home to their families at the end of their shift. We remember, honor and recognize these men and women for their dedication and hardwork. We would like to sincerely thank the families that shared their loved one's picture and their tragic loss with USMWF.
Bryan was killed on the job in September 2011 while working for
Tishman Construction Corp. at Revel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
He died when struck by lightning.
Federal OSHA investigated the incident and proposed a $3,000.00 penalty for one serious violations. The inspection is closed.
Inspection: 315826917 - Network Construction Company, Inc.
This photo was sent in by his widow Carmen Bradley.
----My husband was pouring concrete at the Revel Casino when lightning struck the medal bucket he was handling. He died as a result of that lightning strike. Losing him has left a terrible void in our hearts that can never be filled. We will miss and love him for the rest of our days.
~ 2/4/1971 - 9/15/2011 ~
Walter was killed in October 2006 while working at Tilcon, Inc. in
Wharton, New Jersey. He died after being crushed by a machine.
PEOSH investigated the incident and proposed a $12,500.00 penalty for two serious violations and one willful violation. In an informal settlement the penalty was reduced to $7,500.00. This photo was sent in by his wife, Karen.
----Jenn and I love and miss you more and more everyday. You are always on our minds and forever in our hearts. Until we are together again, our loving Angel. - XOXO
~ 3/23/1963 - 10/25/2006 ~
Juan was killed in January 2005 while working for Acetylene Service
Company in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He was killed in an acetylene
explosion. Two other men were also killed.
Federal OSHA investigated the incident and proposed a $25,200.00 penalty for ten serious violations. In an informal settlement the penalty was reduced to $21,420.00
Inspection: 308288182 - Acetylene Service Company.
This photo was sent in by his widow Wanda Marillo. To view full tribute click here.
~ 1/26/1974 - 1/25/2005 ~