Welcome to the Local 735 UAW Retirees website.
CAMPAIGN RALLY 2014
We will be having a campaign rally at Local 174 on October 29th, 2014.
It will start at 10:00 am, with donuts and coffee available.
Our special guest speaker will be our past President Bob King.
We will be discussing the upcoming election and the importance of electing candidates that will represent us and our issues in the future. We have invited candidates to speak that have been endorsed by the UAW. You will have the opportunity to hear them talk about issues that affect us retirees, and workers here in our state.
This is an open meeting so bring your spouse.
Lunch will be available.
LAW SUIT: Asbestos and Metal Cutting Fluids
- There have been several members of Local 735 contacted by a law firm concerning asbestos and metal cutting fluids that were used in our plant. This lawsuit does not involve General Motors or the Union.
- If you want more information you can call the following numbers:
- Asbestos: (855) 898-7800
- Metal Cutting Fluids: (800) 852-6299
We want all our members to pass along their favorite recipes. We are putting together a Local 735 Retiree cookbook, and Donna Hogue is in charge of gathering the recipes and putting the cook book together. We know there are a bunch of great cooks out there, you have all those family recipes, and we have a bunch of men who like to cook, bake or barbeque, so lets share with all our sisters and brothers and let them enjoy what we have enjoyed for years.
You can give your recipes to anyone on the Executive Board and we will make sure Donna gets them. Thank you Donna for taking this assignment on.
Pictures from the game.
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Class action about GM 401(k) $1-2/3 Par Common Stock
Go to: gcginc.com
or cut and paste: www.gcginc.com/pages/case_archive_search.php
Find the "Case Search" box and enter: " state street bank and trust company "
Direct link to the notice: http://www.gcginc.com/cases/pdf/STT/STT_Notice_7.8.13.pdf
Take your Unionism to the next step.
Finally: an 'app' that might make me want a fancy cell phone.
See where your car ranks on 'made in USA' content.
Did it ever occur to you that
union workers aren't overpaid?
YOU are being underpaid?