MORE PHOTOS FROM THE WASHINGTON D.C. NRLN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

American Airlines Retirees Committee Board Members (l-r) Paul Mazzara, Stephen Granat and Jill Frank Smoak pause on Capitol Hill with NRLN President Bill Kadereit.

 

NRLN President Bill Kadereit (left) joins California constituents (l-r) Dave Dodge and Chuck Gilbert, TelCo Board Members, and John deCastro, Alcatel-Lucent retiree and Northern California NRLN Grassroots Leader.

 

National Chrysler Retirement Organization Leaders (front row – l-r) John Glotzbach and Stan Hurst (back row l-r) Michael Cipponeri, Chris Dyrda, Deb Morrissett and Jay Kuhnie, NCRO President.

Stan Hurst (2nd from right), NRLN Regulatory Affairs Committee Chairman, joins members of Detroit Edison Alliance of Retirees (l-r) Cheryl VanVliet, Bob Tompkins, DEAR President, Charlie Mahoney and Jim Mahoney (far right).

 

AMRRC Chairman (center) speaks about protecting American Airlines retirees’ pensions to Michael Kreps (right), Senior Counsel, Democratic Staff, Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. Listening (to Mazzara’s right) are AMRRC Board Members Stephen Granat and Jill Frank Smoak and (to Mazzara’s left) is Mary Ann Neuman, Chair of NWB-US West-Qwest (non CenturyLink)

 

AMRRC Board Member Jill Frank Smoak makes a point on the need to protect the pensions of American Airlines retirees to Craig Kalkut (right), Staff Director, for the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee of Administrative Oversight and the Courts. Listening is Will Buergey, Chairman of the Delta Pilots – DP3 retirees association.

 Art Roberts (right), EKRA – Kodak Retirees Board Member stress a point on the need to protect pensions in Kodak’s bankruptcy to Michael Kreps, Democratic Senior Counsel for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. EKRA President Bob Volpe is to the right of Kreps.

 

Conference attendees representing AMRRC, DEAR, NCRO and NRLN talk about needed bankruptcy and PBGC reforms with Democratic and Republican staff members for the House Judiciary Committee.

 

Democratic and Republican staff members for the Senate Finance Committee engage in a dialogue on NRLN legislative initiatives with leaders of the NRLN, AUSWR (CenturyLink), Lucent Retirees Organization and Detroit Edison Alliance of Retirees.

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