Survivor Benefits Sample Clauses

Survivor Benefits. 19.03 A 1 The College shall continue coverage of Extended Health (including Vision and Hearing Care) and Dental Plans if such benefits were in force at the date of death for the dependent survivor of a deceased employee for six months at no cost to the survivor. Thereafter, effective September 24, 1998, at the option of the dependent survivor, and subject to 19.03 A 2, the College shall continue such benefits as were in force for the deceased employee at the date of death. Coverage continues until the end of the month the deceased employee would have reached age 65. Thereafter, the survivor who is in receipt of a lifetime monthly survivor pension, may elect to participate in retirement benefits provided such election is made within 31 days from the end of the month the deceased employee would have reached age 65 and the survivor continues to be eligible for benefits under OHIP or another Canadian medicare plan equivalent to OHIP from another province or territory.
Survivor Benefits. Subject to the restrictions, limitations and eligibility requirements of the applicable health plans, employees may elect a survivor benefit which would pay a portion of premiums or provide reimbursement for the enrollment of their previously eligible covered survivor(s) in the medical, dental, and vision care plans upon the death of the employee. The cost for this program is fifteen dollars ($15) per month. After the employee’s death, the survivor must continue to contribute fifteen dollars ($15) per month to receive the medical, dental, and vision coverage. Part-time employees (less than forty [40] hours per week) and employees who are ineligible for District health plan coverage, including, without limitation, limited term intermittent employees, are ineligible for the Survivor Benefits Program. In order for the survivor of an employee or retiree who dies before the effective date of this Survivor Benefits Program to be eligible for survivor benefits, the employee and survivor must have been covered by District medical benefits at the time of termination by death or retirement. In order for the survivor of an employee or retiree who dies after the effective date of this Survivor Benefits Program to be eligible for survivor benefits, the employee/retiree and survivor must have been covered by District medical benefits and enrolled in the Survivor Benefits Program at the time of death. Payment for those who choose this benefit must commence within ninety (90) days of the beginning of the one time open enrollment period for the program. This benefit shall be made available to eligible new hires when they commence the fifteen dollars ($15) monthly assessment within ninety (90) days of hire. Former employees who retired prior to the effective date of this Survivor Benefits Program are not eligible for this program. Survivors of employees or retirees who died after 11/17/88 and prior to the effective date of this program will have a specified one time open enrollment period to elect this or a similar reimbursement benefit described below. Failure to pay the required fifteen dollars ($15) per month assessment by the due date established by the District shall permanently and irrevocably terminate eligibility for the Survivor Benefits Program. The various categories of individuals eligible to elect this program, and the additional conditions applicable to each category, are described below.
Survivor Benefits. The Employer agrees that during the term of this Collective Agreement, the Employer will not change their Policy on Survivor Benefits which was in effect on March 31, 1999.
Survivor Benefits. Upon the death of an active employee who is in receipt of benefits, the employee’s spouse and dependents will continue to have EHB and dental coverage for a maximum of 24 months or age 65 of spouse or until they remarry, whichever comes first.
Survivor Benefits. Effective July 1, 2000, pensions of survivors of retirees who were members of the PWU on the day that he/she retired, shall be based on 66 2/3 percent of the member’s pension rather than 64 percent of the member’s pension.
Survivor Benefits. In the event of a qualified employee’s death, Sick Leave Severance pay shall be disbursed to the employee’s beneficiary named for the basic life insurance coverage in Article 16.6 or, if there is none, to the employee’s estate in the event the employee dies before her/his separation from the school district.
Survivor Benefits. If Executive dies after his Separation from Service but before he receives all vested benefits as described in Section 5.1, then any remaining installments of Executive’s vested benefits shall be paid to Executive’s Beneficiary at the same time, for the same duration, and in the same form which the Executive would have received the benefit had he continued living.
Survivor Benefits. In the event of a Fire Fighter’s death in the line of duty or a work related illness, as recognized by WSIB, a spouse or where there is no spouse, dependent children under the age of 21 or 25 if enrolled and attending an educational institution will receive in addition to any Pension, WSIB, or Canada Pension Plan payments, a supplemental benefit sufficient to raise the total benefit payable to the spouse or dependent children to the level of the Fire Fighters salary at the date of death. The Corporation shall pay dental and extended health care benefits (excluding out of country coverage) as outlined under Section 15 of the current working agreement on behalf of the surviving spouse. This benefit would continue until the earliest of, The date at which the Fire Fighter would have reached normal retirement age,
Survivor Benefits. If a member of the unit meets the eligibility requirement for retiree medical benefits specified in Section 10.1 and dies before retirement, medical and dental benefits will be provided by the District for the unmarried surviving spouse/domestic partner as provided for the unmarried surviving spouse/domestic partner of an eligible retiree in Section 10.1.