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Local 10 Retiree James "Red" Elliott passed away Sunday, November 2, 2014. Brother Elliott is the husband of Local 10 Retiree Geraldine Elliott. He was elected District 1A committeeman in 1982, and at the time of his retirement, Brother Elliott worked in the Final Inspection department. Visitation will be held Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 4pm-8pm at Tim Stewart Funeral Home in Lawrenceville GA. No funeral services are scheduled. For more information, please call (770) 962-3100.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of James "Red" Elliott.
Local 10 is sad to report the passing of Retiree Alan W. Brooks on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. During his career at the Doraville plant, Brother Brooks worked in the Trim Department. We did not receive service information in time for publishing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Alan W. Brooks.
Mr. William “Bill” Glover, 69, ended his battle with cancer on Sunday October 19, 2014 at his Lawrenceville residence surrounded by his children. He is survived by Amy Wilcox (Brian Wilcox) of Braselton, his caring daughter; Evan Glover of Atlanta, his compassionate son; Benjamin and Ethan Wilcox of Braselton, his loving grandsons and numerous caring family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Rose who was hi...s best friend of thirty-two years. Born in Alvy, West Virginia, Mr. Glover was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and educator. Having worked for General Motors for forty three years in many roles, Mr. Glover’s passion was teaching. At the age of 65, he graduated from the University of Georgia with a Master of Science in Education. Mr. Glover continued teaching as an educator for the state of Georgia at Gwinnett Technical College and through the Quick Start Program. He was also active in the VFW and was an avid line dancer, winning a World Championship. Mr. Glover also saw the world while in the Navy, but loved the Gulf Coast of Florida the most. Above all else, Mr. Glover dedicated himself to his family and close friends. He wished to be cremated, and a memorial service will be held on November 2, 2014 at 11am at Vines Mansion, located at. 3500 Oak Grove Rd , Loganville ,Ga 30052.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Bill Glover.
We had a great meeting today with around 200 in attendance. The Trust did a great job explaining our new benefits that will be effective January 1 2015. All the insurance Carriers except Express Scripts were on hand to answer all the questions that were raised. They were very good questions raised and answered in as much detail as possible. We did have a huge surprise today Steve Raymon Chevrolet donated 500.00 ( 10 -$50.00 gift cards) in door prizes thanks to Willie Monroe ...and Jim Royenton for making this happen. As I talk and listen to our group I am always encouraged by the generosity and wisdom our group has. We are just one big family ready to help each other. Today after the meeting in the parking lot one of our Brothers was giving away peppers he had raised in his garden. He was giving them to everyone that wanted some and he had huge buckets full. That's just a glimpse of what our members are about.
I am so proud to be a part of Local 10 Retirees.God Bless each and every one of you.
PS and a big thank you to our group that makes sure we are fed each month
Our monthly meeting for July was well attended. If you were not there, you were missed. We had a great presentation on Heart Health by Dr. Bryon Williams from Emory Hospital that really enlighten us on many issues concerning our heart. It was very inspirational to know the advances they are making on treating heart conditions. He gave us many ideas on staying healthy eating right and staying active. Your Executive Board is exploring ideas of how to get more of our retirees involved in our Chapter and growing the UAW. If we are going to win the fights for future generations, we have to act now. We have a story to tell and its our own story of what a difference the UAW made in our own lives, how we provided for our families, how we were able to buy a home, educate our children, and have a decent life. That story in many cases goes untold, and its a story that must be told if nothing else to set the record straight on how a Union Contract makes a difference in the lives of those who have had one. Corporate America and Politicians are betting you won't tell it, so they tell it for us and they say how Unions have destroyed jobs . They don't mention the fact that Unions (UAW)members have saved the Automobile Industry several times in the past 40 years. They tell the story about corruption in the Unions but they want tell the story that there are 100 to 1 CEO'S, Bankers and Wall Street Executives in Jail for crimes than Union Leaders. So can we depend on you to talk to your neighbors and friends about how important that Union Contract is to workers? You my Sisters and Brothers have much more power than you know in turning this country around, just as our past Members did in the 1930'S.Do you want a bright further for our children and grand children and their children? If so, tell your story! When I joined the UAW Walter Reuther was the President and I have seen Woodcock, Frazier, Bieber, Yokich, Gettlefinger, King and now Dennis Williams, which have all been great Leaders but they would have been able to do nothing if it was not for each one of you.
Local 10 Retirees Chapter: Retired Chapter Chairman: Jimmy Hyde Co-Chapter Chairman: Tommy Hill Recording Secretary: Clyde Johnson Financial Secretary: Larry Millville Sgt. at Arms: Hi-C Glenn
Local 10 Executive Board: President: Kathy Fowler Vice President: Clarence Towns Recording Secretary: Sherri Phillips Financial Secretary: Claude Willis III Trustees: Sharon Patterson Glenn Jane "Kae" Kelly Robert "Bob" Humphery Guide: Kenny Bradford Sgt. at Arms: Waymond Harris
Local 10 would also like to congratulate Gary Dixon for being elected Shop Chairman at our Freightliner Unit 2.
The UAW Medical Benefits Trust announced that effective January 1, 2015 “The Trust” will provide Dental and Vision coverage to eligible GM and Chrysler Retirees; Surviving Spouses and their eligible dependents.
The covered benefits will be comparable to those provided by the companies prior to the 2009 bankruptcies.
Details will be provided to eligible Retirees this Fall.
VERY IMPORTANT – READ!
If you are paying premiums for COBRA coverage, you should NOT cancel at this time, as the new coverage will NOT BE EFFECTIVE UNTIL……January1, 2015.
The Trust will notify you of this change by letter very soon. PLEASE Read It .
If it says…UAW Medical Benefits Trust …... Read It !
We are very pleased to share this good news with you!
Zane Payne Chairman UAW Local 10 Retirees
The following are the results of the election held April 15, 2014 for delegates to represent UAW Local 10 at the 36th Constitutional Convention in Detroit:
DELEGATE: Willie Monroe, Jr.
ALTERNATE DELEGATE: PAUL EDER
Kathy Fowler Claude D. Willis III President Recording Secretary UAW Local 10 UAW Local 10
THESE ARE THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR UAW LOCAL 10 RETIRED WORKERS CHAPTER:
CHAIRMAN: JIMMY HYDE VICE CHAIRMAN: TOMMY HILL RECORDING SECRETARY: CLYDE E. JOHNSON FINANCIAL SECRETARY: LARRY E. MILLEVILLE SGT-AT-ARMS: HiC-GLENN
Kathy E. Fowler Claude D. Willis III President Recording Secretary UAW Local 10 UAW Local 10
These vehicles are made in the United States or Canada by members of the UAW and Canadian Auto Workers (CAW). Because of the integration of United States and Canadian vehicle production, all the vehicles listed that are made in Canada include significant UAW made content and support the jobs of UAW members.
When purchasing one of these models, check the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). A VIN beginning with "1" or "4" or "5" identifies a U.S. made vehicle; "2" identifies a Canadian-made vehicle.
Not all vehicles made in the United States or Canada are built by union represented workers. Vehicles not listed here, even if produced in the United States or Canada, are not union made.
Buick Lacrosse Buick Verano Cadillac ATS Cadillac CTS Chevrolet Corvette Chevrolet Cruze Chevrolet Malibu Chevrolet Sonic Chevrolet Volt Chrysler 200 Chrysler 200 Convertible Dodge Avenger Dodge Dart Ford Focus Ford Focus (Electric) Ford Fusion* Ford C-Max/(Full Hybrid/Electric) Ford Mustang Ford Taurus Lincoln MKS SRT Viper
Buick Enclave Cadillac Escalade ESV Cadillac Escalade/Hybrid Chevrolet Suburban Chevrolet Tahoe/Hybrid Chevrolet Traverse Dodge Durango Ford Escape Ford Expedition Ford Explorer GMC Acadia GMC Yukon/Hybrid GMC Yukon XL Jeep Compass Jeep Grand Cherokee Jeep Patriot Jeep Wrangler Lincoln Navigator Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
Chevrolet Silverado/Hybrid** Ford F-Series GMC Sierra/Hybrid** Ram 1500*
Chevrolet Express Ford E-Series GMC Savana
Buick Regal Cadillac XTSs Chevrolet Camaro Chevrolet Impala Chrysler 300 Dodge Challenger Dodge Charger
Chevrolet Equinox Ford Edge Ford Flex GMC Terrain Lincoln MKT Lincoln MKX
Chrysler Town & Country Dodge Grand Caravan Volkswagen Routan
Vehicles marked with an asterisk (*) are produced in the United States and another country. The light duty (LD) crew cab versions of the vehicles marked with a double asterisk (**) are manufactured only in Mexico; other models are made in the United States.
If you would like to receive email notifications from us regarding news, events, updates, and Funeral Notifications, please call the Union Hall at (770) 457-3128 or email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we have your email address we will add it to the mailing list.
Dear Brother and Sister Retirees,
If any of you have any changes in your life, such as a death of a spouse, change of address, remove or add a dependent, or change your healthcare plan, you must contact our healthcare provider (Hewitt) so that they can update their system. Hewitt is the provider for our Veba Trust Fund account. the number is 1-(866)-637-7555. Their hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm. You will also need to contact the GM Benefit Center so your pensions won't get messed up. That number is 1-(800)-489-4646 (Fidelity).
We have mentioned this at the retiree meetings numerous times, but if you are not sure who your beneficiary is please contact Fidelity and request a new beneficiary form. Fill the form out and mail it back. The new form will replace your old one with the correct person that you designate as the person you want to leave your life insurance to. If you have a computer you can also update you beneficiary form online.
The new GM Retiree website Socrates went live on May 3, 2010 with additional functionality and features not available for public viewing. This new website allows Retirees to access enhanced benefit information, announcements, notices, exclusive GM marketplace offers/discounts, club information, GM news, and product information.
The new GM Retiree website is a secure site that is password protected. The registration process will ask Retirees to provide the last 4 digits of their Social Security Number, Zip Code, Birth Month, and Birth Day to confirm their identity as a GM Retiree. In addition, they will be required to provide a valid email address so they can receive Retiree E-News as well as information on local GM events and activities.
If anyone needs to verify employment, they can contact the Benefit Servie Center at 1-(800)-489-4646. We the UAW cannot verify employment. Please call the number and ask for Other Programs. This will get you to employment verification.
Kathy Fowler-President Richard Hall-Vice President Claude Willis-Recording Secretary Michael Cowan-Financial Secretary Sherri Phillips-Trustee Bob Humphery-Trustee Kenny Bradford-Guide Freddie Sims-Seargant At Arms
CHAIRMAN: ZANE PAYNE VICE CHAIRMAN: TOMMY HILL RECORDING SECRETARY: CLYDE JOHNSON FINANCIAL SECRETARY: LARRY MILLEVILLE SGT-AT-ARMS: WILL IVESTER VETERANS COMMITTEE: ROBERT HUMPHERY
Recently we have had many classes offered at the Union Hall paid through your tuition assistance program. This information is sent to you by mail. If you have not recently received information regarding classes such as computer courses, home inspection, financial planning, etc., this could mean your address is incorrect at the Union Hall. Please update by calling (770) 457-3128.
Pictures from the Reunion Tour on August 9, 2008 can now be seen in the News Section.