Over the last 90 years, The Union Labor Life Insurance Company (Union Labor Life) has had the pleasure of doing business with many union clients. For some clients, this business relationship has lasted for over 50 years. In 2016, Union Labor Life began to recognize these funds' longstanding loyalty by making office visits and presenting awards to these valued customers. Through 2017 and into 2018, Union Labor Life has continued recognizing our long-term customers, which included the following visits.
60 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
Left to Right: John Benavidez, Regional Sales Manager, Union Labor Life; Chad Boggio, Secretary/Treasurer, BAC Local 4; Pete Gerber, Management Committee/Field Representative, BAC Local 4; Dan Wolak, President, Union Labor Life.
BAC Local 4 in Southern California is comprised of 2,200 members. In 2016, Tile & Terrazzo Local 18, which has received its group life coverage from Union Labor Life for 60 years, since 1958, merged with Local 4. BAC Local 4 covers the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, San Bernardino, Inyo, Mono, Tulare, Kern, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara in Southern California. The local represents bricklayers, stone and marble masons, refractory specialists, restoration masons, pointers, caulkers, cleaners, and, most recently, workers in tile, marble and terrazzo.
59 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
Left to Right: Larry Paradise, Vice President of Sales, Union Labor Life; Steve Flanagan, President/Business Manager, Laborers Local 66; Allen Marmor, Fund Manager, Laborers Local 66.
In 1959, the General Buildings Laborers Union Local 66 Welfare Fund (Laborers Local 66) began to receive life, accidental death, and short-term disability coverage for its members through Union Labor Life. Fifty-nine years later, members of Laborers Local 66 are still receiving this same coverage.
Members of Laborers Local 66 are community-focused, based in the Long Island area. They represent highly trained, skilled and dependable construction site workers.
61 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
Left to Right: Larry Paradise, Vice President of Sales, Union Labor Life; Steve Magruder, Business Manager, IBEW Local 176; Mike Clemmons, President, IBEW Local 176.
Since 1957, Union Labor Life has provided life and accidental death coverage to International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 176 located in Joliet, Ill. Members of IBEW Local 176 serve as electricians, wiremen, construction workers, telecommunications workers, and other positions in fields related to electrical work. Local 176 currently covers over 1,700 lives.
85 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
Left to Right: Edward Smith, CEO, Ullico Inc.; Ken Cooper, IU Secretary-Treasurer, IBEW; Joe Hunt, Chairman of the Board, Ullico; Darrin Golden, Senior Executive Assistant to the International Secretary-Treasurer, IBEW.
In 1933, The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Members Family Insurance Plan started to receive group and dependent term life and accidental death coverage from Union Labor Life. Eighty-five years later, the same coverage is still in effect for over 900 lives from the IBEW Members Family Insurance Plan. Collectively, the IBEW represents approximately 750,000 active members and retirees who work in a wide variety of fields, including utilities, construction, telecommunications, broadcasting, manufacturing, railroads and government in the United States and Canada.
53 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
Left to Right: Bryan Smith, Business Manager/Union Trustee, UA Local 364; Richard Sawhill, Employer Trustee, ARCA/MCA Southern California.
The Inland Refrigeration and Heating Fund is located in Los Angeles and is part of the Southern California Pipe Trades Administrative Corporation. Since 1965, this fund has depended upon group life and accidental death coverage from Union Labor Life. Currently, Union Labor Life provides this coverage for the Inland Refrigeration and Heating Fund for approximately 131 lives.
81 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
The Cincinnati Musicians’ Association was incorporated in 1881 and underwent several name changes before going by its current name, starting in 1934. Just a few years later, in 1937, Cincinnati Musicians sought term life coverage from Union Labor Life. More than 80 years later, members of this local union are still receiving these same benefits. The Cincinnati Musicians’ Association is part of the American Federation of Musicians and has over 500 members and their dependents covered by Union Labor Life. The association seeks to connect musicians with resources such as teachers, students, and ensembles.
52 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE
In 1966, the Louisiana Laborers Health and Welfare Fund purchased life and accidental death coverage for its members from Union Labor Life. Over 50 years later, members of this fund are still depending on Union Labor Life for the same coverage. The Louisiana Laborers Health and Welfare Fund, located in Goodlettsville, Tenn., is a part of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA), a progressive and fastgrowing union of construction workers.
Left to Right: Brian Hale, COO, Ullico; Stephen E. Farner, Co-Chairman, Louisiana Laborers Health and Welfare Fund; Jason Brinkmeyer, National Account Executive, Union Labor Life.