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  1. #21
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    Default Bill Gent 1953-1980

    A Very Merry Christmas and every possible Blessing to All!

    BG

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    Did you see the photos of the W&S plant.
    So sad.
    Bendix tore the guts out of W&S, all for the moey.

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    Hi Everyone
    Recently found this group of W/S old timers and can now post/reply

    I started with W/S as a regular apprentice in 1965, graduated and became a Service Rep. After the traveling
    became a problem with my life and friends I transfered into N/C programming ( that was before the controls were able to do CNC )

    I am looking for some HELP ! I got no response on trying to collect my pension. Does anyone know if the fund still exists and how to start collecting ?

    Take care and I hope to see some recent posts here, it looks like very little activity here :-(

    Joe Szalma

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    Honeywell is my connection. 100 Hall Day road, PO Box 1525, Lincolnshire,Il 60069-1525
    1-800-526-0744.
    I have been on the small pension for several years but had a hard time convincing them
    I earned it.
    You may also try the gov. website: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp - PBGC Protects America's Pensions

    I also was a Reg. Apprentice. Grad. late 64. Went into the Textile Div. as a Service Eng. Traveled around the world and ended up as a Sales Eng. until the Bad Bendix company took over.

    Good Luck.

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    Merry Christmas guys...here's an old photo of dad by a big mill ( third from the left, Bill Farkas, worked in Heat Treat, and in the autumn of his career ran a Horz Boring mach with Devlieg head)...my sister and I have great memories of the Supervisor's club summer picnics and the free "pop" and cartoons...while our dads played volley ball or softball. Dad taught me alot about the "Warney & Swasey" way which I used in my career.
    kscn0001.jpg

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