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Retiree Chapter

Retiree Chapter Elected Officers

President – Sonia Moseley, NP
Vice President – Fran Powell, RN
Treasurer – Kathy J. Sackman, RN
Recording Secretary – Donna Smith, RN

Retiree Chapter Executive Board Members

Becky Motlagh, RN
Twila Costello, RN
Paul Frith Jr., RN

 

Retired UNAC/UHCP members are eligible to join the Retiree Chapter at the rate of $25 per year. The committee is currently engaged in a number of projects, from recruiting more members to the Retiree Chapter, to answering the committee phone in the San Dimas office. In the future, members will have the opportunity to attend education conferences and special events. For more information, please call 909-618-0657.

Committee member Brenda Jordan, RN, says, “UNAC/UHCP does not end when you retire. It is a new beginning.”

 

Retiree Chapter News

Thanks for the Community Service

Posted on May 23, 2016

There was an incredible outpouring of service to the community by UNAC/UHCP members during Nurses Week this year—gifts of our labor and professionalism for those in need. In addition, several groups honored UNAC/UHCP for our contributions to health care and service to the community.

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UNAC/UHCP Members Testify in Sacramento

Posted on March 16, 2015

On March 9, UNAC/UHCP members testified before the Health and Human Services Budget Subcommittee in Sacramento about the importance of prioritizing funding to improve statewide staffing ratios.

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UNAC/UHCP Member Testifies Before U.S. Congress

Posted on March 6, 2015

UNAC/UHCP member Brenda Crawford, RN, spoke in favor of fairer union election procedures at a hearing in the US House of Representatives on March 4.

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Retiree Newsletter – March 2015

Posted on March 1, 2015

Read the latest retiree newsletter! Contents include the successful Christmas luncheon, an AFSCME update, 2015 membership dues, philanthropic activities, a tribute to Delima MacDonald, and information on our next membership meeting taking place on April 22.

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UNAC/UHCP Members Lead the Charge at Cal/OSHA Hearing on Workplace Violence in Hospitals

Posted on February 6, 2015

Dozens of UNAC/UHCP health care professionals participated in a hearing by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, or Cal/OSHA, on February 5 regarding draft regulations to protect health care workers.

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UNAC/UHCP Ebola Preparedness Update

Posted on October 24, 2014

Dear UNAC/UHCP Member: As we are all aware, there has been plenty of activity and discussion around Ebola and its arrival in the United States. As of today, there are only four confirmed cases and many false alarms.

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Statement on Veto of Arizona Refusal of Service Bill

Posted on February 27, 2014

UNAC/UHCP Vice President Denise Duncan, RN, released the following statement after the veto of a bill allowing refusal of service to gays in Arizona: “We celebrate the veto of the discriminatory Arizona law that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gay customers. That a conservative governor in a right-to-work (for less) state would […]

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Support the Typhoon Relief Effort

Posted on November 16, 2013

UNAC/UHCP has set up an online fundraising page to allow our members to donate to this critical effort. UNAC/UHCP will match all donations given on the page, up to $20,000.

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Senator Elizabeth Warren Gets It

Posted on September 4, 2013

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s remarkable Labor Day message. If only all of our elected officials understood labor’s mission and purpose as well as Senator Warren!

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Kaiser Members: Important Update about Kaiser Budget

Posted on August 21, 2013

One year ago this month, UNAC/UHCP and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions (CKPU) began discussions with Kaiser regarding “affordability.” After several months of protracted meetings last autumn, Kaiser announced the position eliminations of roughly 550 employees in Southern California, including 175 UNAC/UHCP members. At a meeting in late November, over 150 local affiliate officers […]

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