Surviving Spouse. The term "Surviving Spouse" shall mean the person, if any, who shall be legally married to the Executive on the date of the Executive's death.
Surviving Spouse. The provisions of subsections 34.3.c. shall be applicable to a surviving spouse eligible for retiree health insurance benefits under subsections 34.2.e. and 34.2. f. of this Article.
Surviving Spouse. The provisions of subsection 23.3.c.(1) or 23.3.c.(2) shall be applicable to a surviving spouse eligible for retiree health insurance benefits under subsection 23.2.e. or 23.2.f. of this Article.
Surviving Spouse. If the Executive dies with a surviving spouse, then such remaining payments shall be made to his surviving spouse (the “spouse”). If the spouse dies prior to receiving any or all of the payments to which she is due, then such remaining payments shall be made in accordance with the provisions of Section 12.2 of this Article, as if the spouse had not survived the Executive.
Surviving Spouse. The provisions of subsection 3.c. shall be applicable to a surviving spouse eligible for retiree health insurance benefits under subsection 2.e. or 2.f. of this Article. 4. Cost of Coverage -- Dental Plan Except as provided in subsection 5, during the term of the 2007-2010 Agreement, the City will contribute an amount up to $13.00 per month for single enrollment and an amount up to $37.50 per month for family enrollment towards meeting the subscriber cost of the dental plan elected. If the subscriber cost for single or family enrollment in the Dental Plan exceeds the maximum City contribution provided, the employee shall have the amount of such excess cost deducted from his/her paycheck on a monthly basis. 5. Pro rata Credit for Half-time Employees The City's contribution for an eligible employee whose normal hours of work average 20 hours per week on a year-round basis in a position which is budgeted as half-time shall not exceed 50% of the maximum City contributions required under subsections 3. or 4. of this Article, above.
Surviving Spouse. The provisions of subsection 3.c.(1) or (2) shall be applicable to a surviving spouse eligible for retiree health coverage under subsections 2.b. or 2.c. of this Article. An eligible surviving spouse without eligible dependents shall be covered by subsection 3.c.(1)(a); in all other circumstances he/she shall be covered by subsection 3.c.(1)(b). For purposes of interpretation and administration, the age the deceased retiree would have been shall determine the City contribution.
Surviving Spouse. Notwithstanding any other Beneficiary designation made by a Participant, if a Participant is married on the date of death, the surviving spouse will be entitled to receive 100% of the deceased Participant's death benefit unless the surviving spouse has waived that right under Section 5.8. The benefit will be distributed in monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual installments over a period certain that does not extend beyond the life of the surviving spouse or beyond the life expectancy of the surviving spouse. The Trustee may make the installment payments by segregating and separately investing the lump sum value of the benefit and paying the installments from the Plan, or by purchasing a nontransferable annuity which provides for the installments. The surviving spouse may (1) elect to have any death benefit to which he or she is entitled distributed within a reasonable time after the death of the Participant; or (2) elect to defer distribution of the death benefit, but distribution may not be deferred beyond December 31st of the calendar year in which the deceased Participant would have attained Age 70 1/2.
Surviving Spouse. The surviving spouse of a unit member, or of a retired member under Section 8, may opt for continuance of the fringe benefit health package at no cost to the District. The District shall provide coverage to the surviving spouse and surviving dependents through the last day of the month following the month in which the employee dies. Election to continue health benefits for the surviving spouse must be made in writing to the District by the last day of the month following the month in which the death occurs. The spouse's payment shall include reimbursement for the month after the unit member's death; if the spouse does not take the option, the Association shall reimbursethe District for that month's premium. Payment for the remainder of the year (through September 30) shall be submitted at that time.Each year prior to the fifth day of September, the annual renewal premium must be submitted to the District Business Office with statement of intent to continue coverage. This agreement is extended only to that person who was the spouse of the employee at the time of the employee's death.