Our former leaders



Pasquale "Pat" Zompa was elected President of Local Union 808 in May 2003 and served in that capacity until 2013. He was a member of the original 808 Judicial organizing team back in 1985 and prior to his election as President was always a part of 808's leadership. He was employed by the RI Supreme Court at the Judicial Technology Center and was instrumental in implementing the first computerized 808 membership/grievance data base several years ago. From 1994 to 1998 he lobbied legislators and worked on getting Rhode Island's pension law amended to allow 808 State employees to contribute to a 2nd pension plan.  



              Senator Frank a. ciccone, iii.                           represents district 7.

Frank A. Ciccone, III. joined the Local in 1986, after working on Local Union 808’s organizing drive.  He was appointed President in 1986 until 1992 when he was appointed Business Manager.  Frank was elected Business Manager in 1993 where he served as the Chief Executive for the Local until 2014.  He was also the President of the Rhode Island Laborers’ District Council.    Frank has been the voice of union advocacy for decades and was elected State Senator in 2002.  He currently serves on the Commerce Committee and is the Vice Chairperson for the Labor Committee.