The National Sisterhood United for Journeymen Linemen has proudly accepted “Climbing for Lost Linemen” under their wing, along with founder Tisha Messley.
“Climbing for Lost Linemen” is an event that remembers and honors fallen Linemen. Linemen from across the country, along with families members of fallen linemen, gather to remember workers who lost their lives while restoring power.
With N.S.U.J.L.’s nation wide reach, it is their plan to take this amazing event coast to coast and make it an annual event. N.S.U.J.L. already has plans to team up with National Linemen Rodeos to hold the Climb for Lost Linemen and to raise their flag high and proud.
National Sisterhood United for Journeymen Linemen (NSUJL), a non-profit organization, is dedicated to serving I.B.E.W. Linemen and/or their spouses and children. It’s NSUJL’s mission to provide emergency financial, emotional and physical assistance, in cases of work related injuries or death.
If you would like more information of N.S.U.J.L. or “Climbing for Lost Linemen” please visit https://nsujl.org.