Local 371 Retirees
"UNION HALL AVAILABLE FOR RENT"
UNION MEMBERS - $50 NON-MEMBERS - $75
BIRTHDAYS, GRADUATIONS, FAMILY REUNIONS
Contact: Brian Edstene (765) 533-6025 - Home
(765) 524-0003 - Cell
HEARING AID BENEFIT
Effective March 1, 2016
This new benefit will allow for hearing
assessment and up to two (2) mid-level
hearing aids, paid in full, once every 36
months (3 yrs) using an AUDIONET AMERICA
provider. A list of providers can be found at:
Cates Hearing Aid Service
(is a provider for Audionet America)
1722 S. Memorial Dr, Suite D
New Castle, IN 47362
UAW Benefit Rep., Cherlene Hough,
will NOT be at the Hall on Monday. We will not have an onsite Representative for a while. I will try to fix the problem, but until then...please be patient. If you have any Benefit concerns, you will need to call the Benefit Reps in Kokomo or call Benefit Connect.
Chuck Jarboe, Chairman
UAW Local 371
(765) 686-3796 (to contact Chuck)
KOKOMO BENEFIT'S OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Fax - (765) 854-2259
Fax - (765) 454-1157
Fax - (765) 454-1722
NEW LEGAL SERVICES PLAN
UAW-FCA-Ford-General Motors Legal Services Plan
Effective Wednesday, January 25, 2017 the Plan will begin taking new cases for UAW-represented employees at FCA, Ford and General Motors and their surviving spouses.
A new case can be opened by calling this toll-free number:
The Plan will offer an "office work" benefit, which will provide services for the following types of legal matters:
Wills and trusts
Powers of attorney
Purchase or sale of residential real property (uncontested)
Uncontested family matters
Contracts for goods or services
Birth or marriage certificates
Powers of attorney
"Office work" services will include advice, document preparation, document review, factual and legal research and correspondence. No representation will be provided by the Plan in court or in any litigation situation.
In addition to "office work" services, the Plan does provide UAW members and retirees with full representation, including attendance at hearings, for Social Security disability applications, suspensions and terminations.
For many legal matters not covered under the new Plan, or that require court activity, the Plan intake staff can still process a participant's inquires. Such matters will be referred to outside private cooperating attorneys, who will provide legal services to Plan participants at a reduced legal rate.