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Union Labor Life Celebrates Longstanding Clients

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.

Teamsters 251

76 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Daniel Wolak, former President, Union Labor Life; Matt Taibbi, Principal Officer, Teamsters 251; Daniel Emery, Sales Manager, Union Labor Life.

In 1942, Union Labor Life began to provide life and accidental death coverage for members of the Chauffeurs, Teamsters and Helpers Local 251 (Teamsters 251). Over 75 years later, Teamsters 251 still depends on Union Labor Life for this coverage. With close to 3,000 active members, Teamsters 251 is a relatively large union that negotiates with several employer groups, the largest being UPS.

Teamsters 701

65 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Giancarlo Prezioso, Fund Manager, Mid-Jersey Trucking Industry and Teamsters Local 701 Health & Welfare Fund; Brian Doherty, Sales Manager, Union Labor Life.

The Mid-Jersey Trucking Industry and Teamsters Local 701 (Teamsters 701) Health and Welfare Fund has depended on Union Labor Life for life, accidental death, and short-term disability coverage for its members since 1953. Teamsters 701 is a diverse union, with members employed in various occupations ranging from truck drivers to office personnel to municipal workers throughout New Jersey.

IBEW Local 601

61 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Frank Rubenacker, Business Manager, IBEW Local 601; Larry Paradise, Vice President of Sales, Union Labor Life.

IBEW Local 61 has received life and accidental death coverage from Union Labor Life since 1957. For over 60 years, members have depended on this protection from Union Labor Life.

Roofers 154

61 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Larry Paradise, Vice President of Sales, Union Labor Life; Sal Giovanniello, Business Manager, Roofers 154.

For the United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers & Allied Workers Local Union No. 154 Pension and Welfare Fund (Local 154), short-term disability coverage for its members has come from Union Labor Life for over 60 years.

Local 154 is located in Hauppauge, N.Y., and is part of an international union representing members who work with all types of roofing and waterproofing systems.

Motion Pictures Industry Pension & Health Plans

66 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Ryan McMath, Life Insurance Coordinator, MPI; Nicole Menendez, Assistant Manager, MPI; Stacie Estrada, COB Coordinator, MPI; Lorrane Bonnano, Senior Director, MPI; Jene Alvarado, Participant Services Manager, MPI; Dave Camp, CFO, MPI; Daniel Wolak, former President, Union Labor Life; Dave Asplund, CEO, MPI; John Benavidez, Sales Executive, Union Labor Life.

The Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans (MPI) are the product of the merging of the Motion Picture Industry Health Plan and the Motion Picture Industry Pension Plan, which were established in 1952 and 1953, respectively. MPI members have depended on Union Labor Life for group life insurance coverage since these plans were established over 60 years ago.

Local Union No. 7 of the International Association of Bridge, Structural & Ornamental Iron Workers

51 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE


Left to Right: Daniel Wolak, former President, Union Labor Life; Bill Hurley, Financial Secretary-Treasurer, Iron Workers Local 7; Daniel Emery, Regional Sales Manager, Union Labor Life; Shawn Nehiley, Business Manager, IW Local 7.

Since 1967, Iron Workers Local 7 has had Group Life coverage with Union Labor Life. Located in the Boston area and covering over 3,000 lives, the group initially had a death benefit of $1,000. In 2016, the union inquired with Union Labor Life Regional Sales Manager Daniel Emery about increasing the benefit payable to their members from $1,000 to $5,000. After a quick response from Union Labor Life, Local 7 increased the benefit for its members, and have since expressed satisfaction with their decision to provide this additional insurance amount.


UA International Staff Plan

67 YEARS WITH UNION LABOR LIFE

For 67 years, The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry for United States and Canada (UA) International Staff Plan has received its life and accidental death coverage from Union Labor Life. The UA represents approximately 340,000 plumbers, pipefitters, sprinkler fitters, service technicians and welders in local unions across North America.

Left to Right: Daniel Wolak, former President, Union Labor Life; Mark McManus, General President, UA; Edward Smith, President and CEO, Ullico, Inc.



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