Attention Local 237 Retirees - Read a Summary of the Welfare Fund’s Prescription Benefit, Effective July 1, 2012
View photos from Local 237's 2012 Founders' Day and 60th Anniversary Celebration.
The Retiree Division hosted it’s bi-annual, statewide Florida retiree conference on March 29th. Over 100 retirees attended the event – some traveling from as far as Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Though focusing on benefits education, the conference also served as a “kick off” for the union’s 60th Anniversary. Charter members Arthur Cordiviola (1952); German Colon (1957) and Salvatore Azzarello (1958) received “Founders Awards” from Secretary-Treasurer Ruben Torres, Recording Secretary Patricia Stryker and Trustee Curtis Scott. View Photos.
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237's Retiree Division Celebrates 30 years! Watch the movie: Retired from Work, Not the Union.
Congressman José Serrano displays his Solidarity Award and is flanked, from left, by Curtis Scott, trustee; Nancy B. True, director, Retiree Division; President Gregory Floyd; Ruben Torres, secretary-treasurer; Patricia Stryker, recording secretary; and Edmund Kane, trustee.
The Founders Day theme, “Lifelong Solidarity: the Connection Between Creativity and New Roles in Retirement,” focused on the broad range of interests retirees pursue thanks to the security of union pensions and health-care benefits.
"Retired From Work, Not From The Union"
The Retiree Division is 8,000-strong, and growing. Local 237 retirees span six decades, ranging in age from 35 to 95. Just under 90 percent are men, most are married, and hundreds have young children. About 85 percent are in the New York area, but Local 237 retirees live in 48 states and Washington, DC, and in nearly a dozen countries and U.S. territories.
Local 237's Retiree Division exemplifies the Teamsters' lifelong commitment to members. The Division's programs and services reflect Local 237's philosophy: You may retire from work, but you never retire from the union.
Local 237 retirees served the city of New York faithfully for years and helped build Local 237 into a powerful force. They are responsible for many of the benefits city employees enjoy today.
Retirees have a right to a secure, rewarding retirement. Programs, services, and activities sponsored by the Local 237 Retiree Division are union benefits to which all retired members in the Housing and Citywide Divisions are entitled.
|Retiree Division Staff|
|Nancy B. True||Director|
|Winston A. George||Deputy Director|
|Susan Milisits||Assistant Director|
|Luz Carty||Retiree Assistance Counselor|
|Shavon Banks||Division Secretary|
|Noelia Quinones||Assistant Secretary|