December 2012 Intel Retiree News Flash

FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President

WEB PAGE HAS EXCITING NEW LOOK
Happy Holidays to everyone, and please check out our new look at intelretiree.com. We have simplified our homepage, made joining our organization one of the first items you see, added an international page for our retirees who reside outside the United States, and created a Facebook link for reconnecting to retirees.

HEALTH/BENEFITS COMMITTEE – Cheryl Pruss, Chairperson

INSURANCE BROKER CONTACTS
Due to an overwhelming response last month for names of insurance brokers, we are repeating the information. If you are looking to understand your options and considering purchasing insurance on the open market, we have three insurance brokers (AZ, OR and CA) whom retirees have used with good results. To receive contact information for these brokers, send us an email along with your site. If you live in other states, help may be available through the insurance commission of your state. Go to this website for more information.

COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE – Debbie Watson, Chairperson

YOU TIMES TWO – A Second Career for Gell Gellman
After 30 years at Intel, Gell took the leap and started her own personal assistant business designed to give people and their animals some free time. Read her Life After Intel story here.

SON SEEKS PHOTOS OF HIS RETIRED FATHER
Brad Griffeth is looking for photos of his deceased father, Glenn, to share with the next generation of Griffeths, and asking our retiree organization for help. See the article Brad wrote for more information.

RETIREES INVITED TO JOIN IAN GLOBAL FIELD SALES CHAPTER
Retirees who were part of the global field organization at Intel can connect with colleagues through the new Global Field Sales Chapter of the Intel Alumni Network. Renew old friendships, build new ones and explore how your former colleagues may be able to help you grow your new business.

INTEL CEO PAUL OTELLINI TO RETIRE IN MAY
Intel announced that president and CEO, Paul Otellini, has decided to retire as an officer and director. His decision to retire will bring to a close a remarkable career of nearly 40 years of continuous service to the company and its stockholders. Read the full announcement along with questions and answers.

VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE – Ben Manny, Chairperson

INTEL INVOLVED HOURS DEADLINE – JANUARY 15
The Intel Involved program is a benefit for retirees. The hard deadline for reporting 2012 volunteer hours is January 15, 2013. Last year only 118 (3%) US retirees reported their hours. This resulted in $37,500 being granted to the non-profits where the hours were worked. Hours are submitted by completing this simple one page web based form. See our website volunteering page for complete instructions and tips on how to report hours, including hours that were volunteered outside the US.

HELP CHILDREN WHO LOSE THEIR FAMILIES
A brown bag orientation for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) will be held Wednesday, January 23rd from noon to 1pm in JF3 -101 (Jones Farm Campus, Oregon). Too many children in the child welfare system lose their families, their rights and their hope. Join the fight to make sure this does not happen. Find out more about CASA including contact information and how you can help.

 SITE UPDATES

FOLSOM – Read about the Folsom annual dinner and view lots of pictures. See if you recognize anyone.
MASSACHUSETTES – Check out the photos and read about the annual Hudson luncheon held in November – a great success despite competition with hurricane Sandy.
BAY AREA – Read about the latest BUM video/update, first-ever prize giveaway, great Italian food, and SF Giants playoffs featured at the Bay Area retiree annual dinner!

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