A CLUB FOR RETIRED UPSERS
This Club consists of IBT Local 705 and 710 along with IAM Local 701 Hourly United Parcel Service employees eligible to Retire or Retired in the Chicagoland Area. We would like to see other chapters of this Club start up in other areas so we can communicate and exchange information, as Buster Brown is Renown. This Club was started by FEEDER DRIVERS, but open to all PACKAGE CAR DRIVERS, DOCK WORKERS, PORTERS, MECHANICS and CLERICAL WORKERS so long as they are or were Hourly Union Worker's when they retired.
"Sorry No Management" as there is a limited need of supervision!
"There is a GREAT LIFE after United Parcel Service"
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PURPOSES OF P.U.P.S. INC.
The purposes for which P.U.P.S., Inc. has been organized areas follows:
(a) To foster and promote interchange of ideas and cooperation among its members.
(b) To collect and disseminate information of interest and benefit to its membership.
(c) To be irrevocably dedicated to, and operated exclusively for, non- profit purposes,
to the end that no part of the net earnings of P.U.P.S., Inc. shall be distributed to
or inure to the benefit of any member, director, officer or any other individual.
DOES YOUR AREA HAVE A RETIREE CLUB?
With the onslaught of attacks on the pensions and medical coverage, retirees need to organize. Depending what area you worked in, the company and/or the union are putting a squeeze on your retirement benefits. Join together, locally, with other UPSers in order to protect retirement benefits for yourself and other members of the club. To see examples of what a retiree club can do check out:
P.U.P.S INC. has the experience and know-how to help you get a club started.
Use the comment space at the right to contact us.
National Alliance of "BROWN" Employees and Retirees
N.A.B.E.R. INC. is a organization formed to help UPSers (hourly
employees and hourly retirees) meet the challanges of working
for or being retired from the world's largest transportion company
Upcoming PUPS Meetings
Tinley Park VFW Hall
17147 S Oak Park Ave.
Tinley Park, IL
January 21, 2017
March 18, 2017
May 20, 2017
July 15, 2017
Villa Park VFW Hall
39 E. St. Charles Rd.
Villa Park, IL
Sept. 16, 2017
Nov. 18, 2017
Meetings Begin Sharply At 10:00AM
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UPS/705 Collective Bargainning Agreement Can Be Found HERE
PEOPLE UNITED PROVIDING SERVICE INC.
P.U.P.S. INC. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Generates Highest-Ever 4Q EPS of $1.57, up 26%
◦4Q Double-Digit Operating Profit Growth and Expanded Operating Margins in all Three Segments
◦4Q Revenue Dampened by Changes in Fuel and Currency
◦2015 EPS up 14%, Reaches All-Time High of $5.43
◦Record International Operating Profit of $2.2 Billion in 2015,
Led by the Europe Region
◦Announces Full-Year 2016 EPS Guidance of $5.70 to $5.90
UPS Delivers Peak Profits for 4 Quarter
May meeting we will choose representatives for PUPS board. Bring your vote and use it.
TeamCare for active working members
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TeamCare for Retired members
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Retiree's get a raise in premiums
Once upon a time we were young.
Then we become the old dogs.
CO-CHAIRMAN -Craig Karnia,
SECRETARY-Ron Visivila, TEASURER-Ike Evans,
SGT-AT-ARMS- Ken Moranz,
TRUSTEES- Ron Berres, Michael Kobailko,
ALTERNATE TRUSTEES- Joe Cada,
George Benes, Santo Porro Rich
Well it is almost that time again. PUPS will be holding their annual Picnic in July
I know you all want to help out, do whatever you can to make it a GREAT Picnic..
1. We need want Donations for the fantastic drawing PUPS hold.
Pinrt a Donation letter and ask business you know to help out .
Speaking of MONEY and Healthcare
UPS airplane mechanics labor negotiations, which have been ongoing for more than three years..
Time is ticking, Donations are welcome and needed.
Know before you go. Insurance coverage
Can retirees work? Read the rules: