Survivor Benefit Sample Clauses

Survivor Benefit. Upon the death of a regular employee who leaves a spouse and/or dependants enrolled in the Medical Services Plan, Dental Plan and Extended Health Benefit Plan, such enrolment may continue for twelve (12) months following the employee’s death, provided the enrolled family members pay the employee’s share of the cost of the premium for the plans. The Employer shall advise the survivor of this benefit.
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Survivor Benefit. In the event of a bargaining unit member's death any earned but unused vacation for which the member was eligible to be compensated will be paid at the rate of pay at the time of death to the next of kin or the estate of the deceased member.
Survivor Benefit. A. In the case of the death of a Bargaining Unit employee who has completed five (5) years of service with The University of Toledo, or is a retiree (receiving a retirement benefit from OPERS or STRS based upon service), the fee payment entitlement shall continue for the surviving spouse so long as he or she has not remarried and for any dependent children of the decedent, including any child conceived but not born at the time of the employee's death.
Survivor Benefit. When a member dies while in paid status in the Township service, any unused vacation leave to the member's credit shall be paid in a lump sum to the surviving spouse or, secondarily, to the estate of the deceased.
Survivor Benefit. We will pay a benefit to a survivor (Survivor Benefit) if you die while Disability Benefits are payable under this policy. The amount of the Survivor Benefit will equal three times the Basic Monthly Benefit. There is no Benefit Waiting Period for the Survivor Benefit. While this policy is in force the Owner may designate a payee, or change a previously named payee, to receive the Survivor Benefit.
Survivor Benefit. If the Executive dies prior to his Date of Termination, then no Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be paid. If Executive dies while receiving the Supplemental Retirement Benefit, then no payments of the Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be payable for any calendar month commencing after the date of the Executive's death.
Survivor Benefit. 21:01 For the purpose of this article,
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Survivor Benefit. The Township and the Union mutually agree that Section 6 (1) (i) of Public “Act 345 of 1937, as amended, shall be amended to provide if a member continues in service on or after the date of acquiring 10 years of service credit, does not have an Option I election provided for in subdivision (j) in force, and dies while in the service of the municipality before the effective date of the member’s retirement, leaving a surviving spouse, the spouse shall receive a pension computed in the same manner as if the member had retired effective the day preceding the date of the member’s death, elected option I provided for in subdivision (h), and nominated the spouse as survivor beneficiary.
Survivor Benefit. In the event of the death of a teacher, the spouse and/or dependent children may continue group insurance participation at district expense for one year from date of death, or to the extent authorized by law.
Survivor Benefit. Termination Age *For full plan, please refer to your benefit booklet. No Deductible Current fee guide for general practitioners in the province where the expenses were incurred Basic Dental Care 80% • Diagnostic ServicesPreventive Dental Care Examinations and Diagnoses -recall or periodic oral examination: twice per calendar y ear -complete oral examination: once every 24 months -complete periodontal examination: once every 24 months Preventive Services -polishing of coronal portion of teeth - 2 units per calendar year -scaling and root planing - 12 units of time per calendar year -topical application of fluoride- twice per calendar year Routine Dental Care 80% • Minor Restorative Services • Endodontics • Periodontics • Rebase, Reline, Adjustment and Repair of Removable Dentures • Repair of Fixed Bridges and Crowns • Oral SurgeryAdditional Services Dental Restorative Services 50% • Major Restorative Services and Fixed Prosthodontics • Removable Dentures • Fixed Bridges Orthodontic Care Not included Basic Dental Care, Routine Dental Care and Dental Restorative Services • combined maximum of $1,500 per insured per calendar year General Benefit Provisions Limited to the normal rate suggested for general practitioners, plus 20% Dependent children are eligible from birth to: • age 22, or • age 26 if in full time attendance as a student at a recognized educational institute If an employee dies while insured, insurance will continue for his or her dependents who were covered under this benefit at the time of the employee's death  without premium payment  until the earliest of the following dates:  24 months from the date of the employee's death  the date when insurance for the dependents would have terminated if the employee's death had not occurred  the date when the dependents become eligible for similar coverage under another insurance contract;  the date the contract terminates An employee's insurance terminates at age 75 or earlier retirement LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #1
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