Business Agents are representatives of the Local Union with many roles including negotiator, grievance handler, organizer, trainer and mediator. They are appointed by your elected executive board to uphold the companies to your negotiated rights and benefits. 


Darren Bradley- Secretary- Treasurer, Business Agent

Dallas – Feeders, Shifters, Mechanics

Brother Bradley is a 38 year Teamster . He started his career with UPS at the Dallas HUB as a part time employee. He then transferred to the Mesquite building working as an unloader, sorter, and irregular runner before moving to package car driver for the Dallas building. He is a feeder driver on a sleeper team out of the DFW building. Brother Bradley works at the Union Hall as a business agent. 

Brother Bradley’s mission is to “promote unionism as a positive force in Local 767 through commitment and unmatched work ethic solidarity and real leadership.”

Joe Garcia- Vice President, Business Agent

Dallas – Package | Lone Star – Hub, 22.3, Mechanics

Brother Garcia was elected Vice President of Teamsters Local 767 and has been a proud Teamster for nearly 30 years. He has worked in the Fort Worth, Independence and Haslet building

s. He has served as an Executive Board member as a Trustee, Shop Steward and excelled at the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Leadership Academy in Washington. He was most recently elected as a Delegate to represent Local 767 at the 30th IBT Convention. 

Brother Garcia’s mission is “to have aggressive representation and get our rank-and-file members involved. I want to represent the members and hold the company accountable.”

Carl Goff- Business Agent

DFW – Hub, Ramp, 22.3, EAM/OCA | Haslet – Package

Brother Goff was hired as a Package Car Driver off the street in the summer of 1983. He quickly became a Shop Steward for the Dallas UPS building. Brother Goff became a Business Agent in 2015 then went back to UPS in 2016 before he was brought back to the Teamsters Union hall in 2019 to present. 

Brother Goff’s mission statement is “to be the BA that I would want to have represent me. I will be honest and up front to each member I represent. I most of all want to bring unity to Local 767.”

Chris Gourley- Business Agent

Granbury – All | Chalk Hill – All | Fort Worth – All

Brother Gourley started his UPS career at the old Arlington center as a part time preloader in 2001. He then became a full-time Driver in 2003. Brother Gourley quickly became a Shop Steward in 2010 when he transferred to the Fort Worth building in the change of operations. He has worked as a Business Agent from 2016-2018 and was brought back to the Union Hall in June of 2020.

Brother Gourley’s mission is “to represent the membership to the best of my ability. My goal is to educate the Stewards and members to ensure we are as unified as possible.”

Bryan Mullan- Business Agent

Dallas – Hub, 22.3 | Independence – Package, Hub, 22.3

Brother Bryan is a combat veteran that started at UPS in 2017 as a loader for the DFW hub. He quickly became a TCD and a year later, a full time package driver. Bryan served on the safety committee and started his Stewardship at the Indy hub in 2021 where he strategically served the members of package car and the hub as needed.

Brother Bryan’s mission is “to make sure members receive equal and just representation. Bryan’s goal is to empower members through education, unity, and aggressive leadership.”

Scott Sexton-Business Agent

Safran Seats, Sulphur Springs, Tyler, Longview, Sherman

Brother Sexton became a full time UPS Package Car Driver in 1995 and has served as a union Shop Steward since 2003. He has previously worked at the union hall as a Business Agent and Political Action Coordinator from 2015 to 2018. Brother Sexton has a successful track record within internal organizing, mediation, and contract negotiations. 

Brother Sexton’s mission is “to change the direction of Local 767 so that we become the largest and most aggressive Local in the Southern Region. This mission will be accomplished by organizing members and fully supporting well trained Stewards in every shop.”

Thomas Edwards- Business Agent

Lone Star – Package | Haslet – Hub, 22.3 | Waco – All

Brother Edwards has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has been a Shop Steward since 2011, was elected as a Trustee and served as a Business Agent from 2016-2018. Brother Edwards was elected as a Delegate to represent Local 767 at the 30th IBT Convention before returning as a Business Agent in 2022.

Brother Edwards’ mission is “to motivate, support, encourage, and organize the next generation of Teamsters. Only through solidarity and action can the vision of Local 767 becoming a powerful and respected local for our members become a reality.”

Brandon Hubbard- Business Agent

Mesquite – Package, Hub, 22.3, Mechanics

Brother Hubbard has served as a Steward and Sergeant-at-Arms for Teamsters Local 767. He has completed IBT organizing training and organizing workshops. Brother Hubbard started as a seasonal worker for UPS in 2004. He has worked as a Preloader and TCD and became a Full-Time Driver for UPS. 

Brother Hubbard’s mission statement is “to serve by educating the members on their rights as Teamsters. I want to serve the Stewards by educating them on their very important role in engaging, educating, and protecting the members. I will continually be committed to organizing and growing the membership.”

Vincent “Vinny” Robinson- Business Agent

McKinney – All | Denton – All | Palestine – All

Brother Robinson started his UPS career in 2004 as a Package Handler on Preload. He quickly became a Shop Steward in 2006. Brother Robinson has been a RPCD since 2008. He is also a proud member of the Teamsters National Black Caucus. 

Brother Robinson’s mission is “to build strong representation for members of Local 767 and grow the membership. I want to help Local 767 in a bigger role in representing the members, enforcing the contract and helping build a better union.”

Fernando Romo – Business Agent

Lone Star – Feeders, Shifters

Brother Romo is a 30 year Teamster Brother. He started working on the Dallas Preload in 1992 and became a full-time package car driver in 1998. In 2004, he became a Feeder driver. Brother Romo has served as a Union steward since 1999 and served as Secretary Treasurer and Business Agent from 2019 to 2021.

Brother Romo’s mission statement is “I am excited to have the opportunity to help our current administration in the fight against the company.”

Frankie Alvarado – Business Agent

DFW – Feeders, Shifters, Mechanics | Mesquite – Feeders, Shifters

Brother Alvarado started with UPS in 1993 at the Dallas Hub. He has since become a Feeder/Sleeper team driver for the and has been driving for the last 15 years. Brother Alvarado became a Union Steward in 2015 and a Business Agent in 2020.

Brother Alvarado’s mission is to “keep pushing the company and enforcing the contract. I will continue to educate our members and support our stewards on the shop floor.”

Anthony Treppiccione – Business Agent

Haslet – Feeders, Shifters, Mechanics | Independence – Feeders, Shifters, Mechanics

Brother Treppiccione has been a Teamster since 2005. He started his UPS career in Arlington. He has been in Feeders since 2014 and part of a Sleeper team at Independence and Haslet. He was appointed a steward in 2019. Brother Treppiccione was elected as Trustee for Local 767 from 2019-2021.

Brother Treppiccione’s mission is to “help unionism thrive in our Local through service and aggressive representation.”

Jamie Moreno-Assistant Business Agent

Wichita Falls – All | Vernon – All | Americold – Meacham, Railhead

Brother Moreno began working at UPS in 1995 as a part-timer. He became a full-time driver in the year 2000. He has been a steward since 2015. Brother Moreno became a Business Agent in 2016.

“I am happy to serve the members of the union as an assistant business agent.”

Pamela Richardson -Assistant Business Agent

Feeder Network Assistant

Sister Pamela Richardson started her career at UPS as a package handler on the preload in the Fort Worth building. She became a package car driver in Fort Worth and transferred to the Independence Hub when it opened in 2014. Sister Richardson is now a Feeder Driver in the Haslet facility. Sister Richardson is a shop steward and assistant BA for the local. She is a proud and active member of the women’s conferences.

Sister Richardson’s mission is to “educate, empower, and strengthen the membership base in all aspects of the workforce. Focusing on ‘unity’ as the mechanism through which solidarity can thrive. We are Teamsters and together – united, we will achieve more for the betterment of all those at Safran, AmeriCold, and UPS. I’m excited to serve the membership as part of the solution for strengthening the overall unity of this great Local Union.”