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Announcement Regarding Executive Director Andrew Washington

It is with great sadness that AFSCME District Council 20 announces the passing of our beloved Executive Director, Andrew Washington, due to complications from COVID-19. Andrew served Council 20 tirelessly as an activist, champion of labor, exemplary leader, and most recently, at the helm of District Council 20 since 2014. Andrew will be remembered as a family man, trusted friend, man of faith, and a staunch supporter of federal, municipal, and private sector employees.

In the wake of his passing, we ask that you pray for family and friends grieving this inconsolable loss. AFSCME District Council 20 has lost one its best and brightest stars. In Andrew’s memory, we will continue his vision, moving Council 20 forward and supporting its members.

We ask at this time that you allow the family to grieve. We will be providing additional information on how you can pay your respects and send your condolences. In the interim, you can reach the District Council 20 office at 202-234-6506 as needed.

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