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Melrose Bancorp, Inc. – Section 8. Adjustments to Accounts 21 8.1 ESOP Allocations 21 8.2 Charges to Accounts 22 8.3 Stock Fund Account 22 8.4 Investment Fund Account 22 8.5 Adjustment to Value of Trust Fund 22 8.6 Participant Statements 23 Section 9. Vesting of Participants Interests 23 9.1 Vesting in Accounts 23 9.2 Computation of Vesting Years 23 9.3 Full Vesting Upon Certain Events 24 9.4 Full Vesting Upon Plan Termination 25 9.5 Forfeiture, Repayment, and Restoral 25 9.6 Accounting for Forfeitures 26 9.7 Vesting and Nonforfeitability 26 Section 10. Payment of Benefits 26 10.1 Benefits for Participants 26 10.2 Ti (November 13th, 2014)
Melrose Bancorp, Inc. – Section 8. Adjustments to Accounts 21 8.1 ESOP Allocations 21 8.2 Charges to Accounts 22 8.3 Stock Fund Account 22 8.4 Investment Fund Account 22 8.5 Adjustment to Value of Trust Fund 23 8.6 Participant Statements 23 Section 9. Vesting of Participants Interests 23 9.1 Vesting in Accounts 23 9.2 Computation of Vesting Years 23 9.3 Full Vesting Upon Certain Events 24 9.4 Full Vesting Upon Plan Termination 25 9.5 Forfeiture, Repayment, and Restoral 25 9.6 Accounting for Forfeitures 26 9.7 Vesting and Nonforfeitability 26 Section 10. Payment of Benefits 26 10.1 Benefits for Participants 26 10.2 Ti (March 11th, 2014)
Horizon Lines, Inc. Executive Severance Plan (July 29th, 2011)

Horizon Lines, Inc. (the Company) hereby adopts the Horizon Lines, Inc. Executive Severance Plan (the Plan) for the benefit of certain employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan, as set forth herein, is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide economic security to such employees in the event of certain terminations of employment.

Bj Services Company Directors Benefit Plan Amendment, Termination and Liquidation Agreement (July 26th, 2010)

THIS AMENDMENT, TERMINATION AND LIQUIDATION AGREEMENT is irrevocably entered into by BJ Services Company LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (the Company),

ARTICLE 4 MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS 4-1 4.1 General Rules 4-1 4.2 Rate of Matching Contributions 4-1 ARTICLE 5 PARTICIPANT ACCOUNTS 5-1 5.1 Establishment of Account 5-1 5.2 Credits to Account 5-1 5.3 Investment Options 5-1 5.4 Adjustment of Accounts 5-1 ARTICLE 6 - RIGHT TO BENEFITS 6-1 6.1 Vesting 6-1 6.2 Death 6-1 ARTICLE 7 - DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS 7-1 7.1 Amount of Benefits 7-1 7.2 Method and Timing of Distributions From Account 7-1 7.3 Distributions and Withdrawals From Grandfathered Account 7-1 7.4 Cashouts of Amounts Not Exceeding $50,000 7-1 7.5 Permissible Delays in Payment 7-1 7.6 Ke (February 28th, 2008)

Teradyne, Inc. established the Teradyne, Inc. Supplemental Savings Plan (the Plan) effective as of December 1, 1994 for the benefit of a select group of its highly paid employees. The Plan was subsequently amended by the First Amendment, which was generally effective as of January 1, 2002. The Plan has been operated in compliance with Code Section 409A since January 1, 2005 with respect to amounts subject to Code Section 409A. The last amendment and restatement was intended to memorialize any changes in operation in the Plan as of January 1, 2005 as required by Code Section 409A. This amendment and restatement clarifies certain provisions and makes additional changes as required or permitted by Code Section 409A, including the extension of the transition election period as described in Section 3.6.

Arkansas Aerospace Inc – ARTICLE 4 RETIREMENT ELIGIBILITY AND SUSPENSION OF BENEFITS 25 4.01 Retirement 25 4.02 Suspension of Benefits - Postponed Retirement 25 4.03 Suspension of Benefits - Rehires 25 4.04 Suspension of Benefit Notice 25 4.05 Section 203(a)(3)(B) Service 26 4.06 Recommencement of Benefits 26 4.07 Required Commencement at Age 70 1/2 26 4.08 Required Commencement - Conditions 27 ARTICLE 5 AMOUNT OF RETIREMENT BENEFIT 28 5.01 Accrued Benefit 28 5.02 Normal Retirement Benefit 29 5.03 Postponed Retirement Benefit 29 5.04 Early Retirement Benefit 29 5.05 Deferred Vested Benefit and Deferred Vested Benefit- (December 4th, 2007)

The Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Retirement Income Plan For Salaried Employees (the Plan) as stated herein is an amendment and restatement of the most recently amended and restated version of the Plan that was generally effective as of January 1, 1989 (the Prior Plan). This amendment and restatement of the Plan is generally effective as of January 1, 1997, or such other dates as may be specifically provided herein or as otherwise required by law for the Plan to satisfy the requirements of Section 401 (a) of the Code.

September 8, 2006 (September 13th, 2006)

This letter will confirm the agreement of Sonic Innovations, Inc. (the Company) to reimburse you for certain potential losses in consideration of the lock-up agreement set forth below.

Ben Franklin Financial – 8.4 Investment Fund Account 24 8.5 Adjustment to Value of Trust Fund 25 8.6 Participant Statements 25 Section 9. Vesting of Participants Interests 25 9.1 Deferred Vesting in Accounts 25 9.2 Computation of Vesting Years 25 9.3 Full Vesting Upon Certain Events 26 9.4 Full Vesting Upon Plan Termination 27 9.5 Forfeiture, Repayment, and Restoral 28 9.6 Accounting for Forfeitures 28 9.7 Vesting and Nonforfeitability 29 Section 10. Payment of Benefits 29 10.1 Benefits for Participants 29 10.2 Time for Distribution 29 10.3 Marital Status 31 10.4 Delay in Benefit Determination 31 10.5 Accounting for B (August 4th, 2006)
Amendment to the Toys 'R' Us, Inc. Non-Employee Directors' Deferred Compensation Plan (June 14th, 2005)
Amendment to the Toys 'R' Us, Inc. Management Deferred Compensation Plan (June 14th, 2005)