IUE-CWA LOCAL 801 RETIREES CLUB
OBITUARY PAGE

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Heads up !   Scheduled Meetings: 2nd Monday each month.

  Please carpool if possible and save a little dough.
      It will help us have more parking spaces.
            Location: Old Union hall.
Thank you

WE POST OBITUARY LISTINGS ON THIS PAGE
THAT WERE PROVIDED IN THE NEWSPAPER
  • THIS ALLOWS FOLKS TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO FORMER CO WORKERS
  • IT ALSO PROVIDES AN ONLINE MEMORIAM
We list those members who retired from the following divisions:
  • FRIGIDAIRE
  • DELCO AIR
  • HARRISON
  • HARRISON RADIATOR
  • DELPHI HARRISON
  • HARRISON THERMAL
  • DELPHI THERMAL
  • ENGINE PLANT
  • TRUCK AND BUS
    (Began at Frigidaire)
Click here to go to   LATEST LISTING
  1966   1976   1977   1986 to 2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006

  2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013   2014

OBITUARY LISTINGS STATING
RETIRED FROM GM OR GENERAL MOTORS ARE VERY VAGUE

Due to the many plants in the area that were Divisions of GM
(General Motors) or Divisions of Delphi
We have no way of knowing if they worked in one of the many plants that were Frigidaire
or one of the other divisions represented by us.
These are some examples of trying to sort out who worked where.
  • AERO PRODUCTS
  • INLAND
  • DELCO PRODUCTS
  • DELCO MORAINE
  • DELCO CHASSIS
  • You soon get the idea
UNSUNG HEROES
FRIGIDAIRE HISTORICAL COLLECTION


  One of our members asked about getting a copy of these photos below.
   I am not sure of the availability.
This plant photo is as it looked when we worked there.
    If you would like to have one:  Click here for another way to get a copy.
PS   (We had 50 + acres under roof) The large gap going from left to right
is where the railroad went through. The engine plant is on the other side of the tracks.
GLOBAL INTERESTS CLOSED OUR PLANT   HISTORY OF NAFTA

DRYDEN ROAD PLANT (Above and below) HAS BEEN DEMOLISHED JANUARY 2005     WHAT A WASTE!


THIS IS THE REMAINS OF THE ENTRANCE GATE AT 115 (PRESS DEPT.)
LOADING ENTRANCE FOR THE PRESSES CRANE ROOM


If you want a copy of these photos do the following:
(This is for new users who may not be familiar with this method)

1. Put your pointer on the photo and right click.
2. Then on the pop up menu, Place your pointer on the word copy and click.

3. Click on start (bottom left side of screen),
    4. Click on My Computer and then:
    5. Click on drive (Letter of proper drive)
Thumb drives (flash drives) make it very easy to do this.
    (or whatever choice of remove-able storage media you have to save it to).

When it opens:
6. Click on paste. Your computer will now "write" the photo to the disk.
7. When done, you can either print it out on your printer
    or take it to Krogers photo service (or a camera shop) and get a "hard copy" photo just like a Kodak photo.


  I hope that this may have been helpful to someone.
     Thank you, Fred

Webmaster


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