GM SALARIED RETIREES CLUB OF MARYLAND
ROSEDALE GARDENS,8037 PHILADELPHIA ROAD,BALTO, MD
THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE June 27,2013, LUNCH AT NOON, MEETING TO FOLLOW
Prayer: Joyce Bowyer
Minutes of May 23,2013 the meeting # 457 was called to order by the Treasurer: Tom Sommerville
Pledge of Allegiance led by: Mark Bowyer
MINUTES of April 25, 2013 meeting were approved
TREASURER'S REPORT: Tom Sommerville
Month of April 2013
Tom informed us that the reason for Tim's absence is he is attending his friends funeral in Atlanta. Skip is absent cause he is on vacation.
BOWLING: Boots Onorato-410-882-1558
There is one more weeks of bowling.
HISTORIAN: Skip Shiflett-N/A
WAYS & MEANS: Clara Musick
The November Bull & Shrimp roast was scheduled for November 10th. Due to the Ravens game, the affair has been moved to November 3rd. The roast will be from 1to 6. Pricing will be announced later.
Clare will have BJ's membership applications next month
SUNSHINE COMMITTEE: Marge Stock 410-563-4931.
No club members passed away this month.
Get well card sent to: Bob Rivas.
Please contact Marge or Angie if you know of any sick or deceased members so she can send a card from the club.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR May GUYS & DOLLS;
William Bartenfelder, Frank Bell, Jim Bowen, Mildred Cogelia, Mary Jane Conrad, Edwin Copeman, Al Crockett, Robert Ditch, Rose Dulik, Jean Gregonis, Leo Heid, John Janowich, Jack Jenkins, Emma Johnson, Harry Krick, Maynard Retz, Lula Ruehl, Berthina Thompson, Phil Topper.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO EVERYONE CELEBERATING THEIR DAY IN May:
Joe & Gloria Banz, Jim & Barbara Bowen, John & Elaine Burlage, Charles & Dolores Curtis, Shelmon & Darlene Dail, Charles & Dottie Miller, John & Frances Roth, Jack & Jean Summers, Al & Geraldine Tynan, Charles & Judy Weaver.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Leo Heid.-N/A
MEMBERSHIP: Bonnie Vojik-410-866-8725
Still trying to collect dues. Thanks to sending out reminders we have 27 more members. We still have 26 unpaid. We have one new member Charles Danforth.
IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY PAID DUES FOR 2013,PLEASE SEND IN NOW.
Dues are $15.00 per member ($30.00 if both retiree and spouse are members.)
Do Not Combine with any other payment. Make check payable to: G.M. Salaried Retiree Club
C/O: Bonnie Vojik, 8003 Caradoc Drive Baltimore, MD 21237.
Any questions call Bonnie:410-866-8725 or E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOT LINE: Al Komin-N/A
Everything is working fine.
MAILING NEWSLETTER: Olin Conrad-410-687-0987-N/A
Casino trip went well. Marge Stock did a fantastic job co-ordinating this trip!!!!!
Marge thanked everyone who went on the overnight trip and everyone who helped her make the trip a success.
CAKES: Darlene Dail-410-252-4746
We Need At Least 5 Cakes Each Month!!
We are in good shape. Darlene thanked everyone for signing up. We still need a few more volunteers.
Thanks to all who donated cakes in May:
Dottie Ensor, Dave Dickey, Jerri Skunda, Ron Ferguson & Ann Carven.
Thanks in advance to all who are to donate in June: Mary Jane Conrad, Mary Marsiglia, Gerry Tynan, Marge Roloff & Marge Stock.
Please notify Darlene if you cannot bring your scheduled donation, so other arrangements can be made. Thank you!
Tim sent a note in telling us that General Motors sales in the U.S. in April were up 11% compared with a year ago. GM's market share is growing, the economy continues to move forward and car and truck launches are getting underway. Chevrolet dealers are receiving 1st. shipments of the all-new 2014 Impala, and new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 & GMC Sierra 1500 crew cabs will begin arriving at dealers during the summer. Cadillac will launch an all new CTS luxury sedan in the fall. All 4 GM brands posted sales increases in 2012.
The American Red Cross Needs Your Support
Many of the people who worked at the former GM Oklahoma plant resided in Moore, OK. The devastating and horrific Tornado that hit there on May 20th causing mass destruction is mind boggling. The Red Cross is always the responders on the scene to help search for survivors as well as provide food, clothing and other necessities to those who have lost everything. As your President, I am asking you to please make a contribution to the American Red Cross to help those fellow ex-GM employees and others impacted by the tornado. Thank you in advance.
GOOD OF THE CLUB:GM-MY TIME- Thanks to Skip for filling in for Melvin Hatcher last month. Today we have Tom Sommerville.
Tom is a Baltimore native. I lived my early years on Pennsylvania & Fulton Ave. After he graduated High School, he worked as an auto mechanic. He did this for approximately 15 years. He made out ok doing this. He was married twice and divorced twice. He has 5 sons and 3 grandsons and one granddaughter. He started working for GM when he was 33 years old. On his 1st. night he hung tires on the truck line all night long. Was never so sore in his life. Tom had a goal in mind when he started working for GM, he wanted to be a supervisor. It wasn't long before he achieved his goal. He was made a permanent supervisor in the Body Shop. He told stories about some of his Body shop experiences.
Next month: Al Tynan
MEETING DATES: June 27,2013
QUOTE OF THE MOTH:
"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."-Albert Einstein.
Bill Brannon said GM donated one million to Texas when they had the explosion. They also donated one million to the Sandy fund. Foreign car companies donated nothing.
MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE: 56
50/50 was won by: Mrs. Gerry Tynan---$46.00.
IN CASE IF ILLNESS OR DEATH;
Contact Marge Stock 410-563-4931or Angela Thomas 410-969-2851
Submitted by: Mary Jane Conrad, rec. Sec.