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NEW YORK -- John Lawe, an Irish immigrant who rose from bus cleaner to become president of the International Transport Workers Union, died at his Bronx home Thursday after a long bout with cancer, officials said. He was 69.

Lawe, who was diagnosed 14 months ago with cancer of the esophagus, died at 9:45 a.m. in his house in the Riverdale section, said Jim Gannon, a spokesman for the union.

A soft-spoken man with a lilting brogue, Lawe led transit workers in New York City on a disastrous 11-day strike in 1980 that shut down the bus and subway system and brought Mayor Edward Koch to the Brooklyn Bridge to announce to thousands of commuters walking to work that he would refuse to give in to union demands.

It was a costly walkout that saw the government impose $1 million fines against the TWU under the state Taylor Law that restricts strikes by public sector unions. The union was all but broken and won few, if any, concessions from the city.

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The union eventually agreed to contract language that in essence gave up its right to strike. And for a year after the strike, it lost the right to dues checkoff and had to collect funds by mail from its members, who were fined $1,100 each under the Taylor Law.

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Metropolitan Transportatoin Authority Chairman Robert Kiley issued a statement Thursday praising Lawe as 'one of the most prominent figures' of the labor movement.

'I found him to be an aggressive, imaginative and honest negotiator,' Kiley said.

Lawe was a veteran of the famous 1966 strike that paralyzed the entire transit system, serving on the union negotiating committee while numerous top TWU union leaders, including President Michael Quill, were jailed.

Born in Kilglass, Strokestown, in County Roscommon, Ireland, on Feb. 26, 1919, Lawe came to the United States in 1949 and got a job as a bus cleaner on the now defunct Fifth Avenue Coach Co. He serviced and drove buses in Manhattan for 17 years.

Lawe served in almost every capacity in the union, serving as shop steward in Local 100, as a division recording secretary and chairman, as a Local 100 vice president, and then as president of the local in 1977.

Despite his leading the 1980 strike, Lawe was considered a conservative force in the once-militant union and was seen as part of the old guard of Irish-American labor leaders in a union whose membership by the 1970s was heavily black and Hispanic.

In 1985, Lawe became president of the union's international, only the fourth leader of the union started by Quill in 1934.

He will be replaced in that position by the union's executive vice president, George Leitz, a former bus driver in New Jersey, Gannon said.

Lawe also was a vice president of the New York City Central Labor Council and the state AFL-CIO.

Lawe was a devoted activist in Irish-American groups and in organizations supporting the rights of Roman Catholics in Northern Ireland.


He was named 'Irishman of the Year' in 1986 by the Grand Council of United Emerald Societies and was Grand Marshal of the 1987 St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Cat star chronicles bundle pdf free download pc. Lawe is surivived by his wife, the former Mary Heaney, a son, Desmond, and two daughters, Deirdre Behrens and Patricia.

A wake will be held at the Walter B. Cooke Funeral Home in Manhattan Saturday and Sunday and a funeral will be held at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Monday.