Henry L. "Hank" Lacayo


Henry L. "Hank" Lacayo was born in Los Angeles, California. In 1953, after serving in the Army, he became an employee with North American Aviation (now known as Rockwell International). While working in the tooling department of Rockwell's Los Angeles Airframe Division, Lacayo became a member of UAW Local 887. Shortly thereafter, he dedicated his life to working with the UAW and addressing issues affecting organized labor. Lacayo served as an advisor to several Presidents and stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, as Martin Luther King delivered his "I have a dream" speech.

Recent Submissions

  • United Auto Workers; UAW (United Auto Workers, 1985-02-12)
    UAW's National CAP Director Lacayo Granted Leave to Assume Full-Time Presidency of Labor Council for Latin American Advancement.
  • Lacayo, Hank (Congress of California Seniors, 2001-06)
    It is with great pride and anticipation that I begin my term as President of the Congress of California Seniors. Note: Due to the complex nature of the printing style in this document, it cannot be made compliant for the ...
  • Lacayo, Hank (State Journal-Register Illinois, 1984-02)
    The outcome of this election could well determine the (future) public image of organized labor.
  • Arce Castano, Bayardo (2018-05-01)
    In the name of the National Directorate of the Sandinista National Liberation Front and the Government of National Reconstruction, please receive our warm regards and highest esteem.
  • Davis, Gray (2018-04-27)
    It is my pleasure to appoint you as a member of the California Commission on Aging.