On September 25, Teresa Adkins, ex-business manager of International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Local 127, pleaded no contest in Waupaca County, Wisconsin Circuit Court to one count of theft and one count of forgery in connection with the disappearance of funds from the Clintonville, Wisc. union. She then was sentenced to five years of probation for the first count and three years of probation for the second count. She also was ordered to pay $73,618 in restitution and $8,418 in fines. Adkins, now in her late 40s, a resident of Green Bay, had been charged in February 2017 with one count of theft and nine counts of forgery for offenses committed during April 2013-February 2015. The charges follow an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.… Read More ➡
Teresa Adkins got greedy. And she likely will get a prison sentence for her trouble. On February 16, Adkins, former business manager of Heat and Frost Insulators Local 127, was charged in Waupaca County, Wisconsin Circuit Court with one count of theft and nine counts of forgery in the disappearance of more than $35,000 in funds from the Clintonville, Wisc.-based union, and possibly a lot more. The complaint read: “…(T)he defendant utilized her position and access to union funds to appropriate various amounts of money for her own purposes ranging from reimbursing herself for underperformed services and using a union charge card for personal purchases for both goods and services.” The charges follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.
Adkins, now 46, a resident of Green Bay, served as business manager of International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Local 127 from … Read More ➡