While following these recommendations may not create an absolute perfect solution, it will go far to make sure the person submitting the document becomes another satisfied DFAS customer, Ms. Peek said.
A relief is needed for the editor of the Granite Slate. The newsletter is the primary means of communicating with Chapter members, and serves a vital function for the Chapter. The newsletter is published four to five times each year. It is drafted using Microsoft Publisher 2000, and the end product is sent to the printer via e-mail, or by floppy or zip disk. To put the newsletter together takes approximately 8 – 10 hours per issue. If you are interested in serving the Chapter as the newsletter editor, please contact Paul Bernard by e-mail at: email@example.com.
Everything you want to know about Social Security is now easier to find on SSA’s new website, www.socialsecurity.gov," said Jo Anne Barnhart, Commissioner of Social Security. "We’ve redesigned our website so that it is better organized and easier for the public to conduct Social Security business online. And our new address is more easily associated with our agency." One of the most popular Internet services offered by SSA is the online benefits application, where people can apply for retirement, spouse’s and disability benefits via the Internet. This service -- found at www.socialsecurity.gov/
applyforbenefits -- allows people to conduct business with SSA at a time that is convenient to them and from the comfort of their own home.
By Paul Bernard
The Chapter’s trust fund is overseen by three trustees. With the passing of John Sheridan, Gary Terhune has assumed the lead role. Ray Helgemoe has served as a trustee for some time, and Jesse Trow was appointed as a trustee recently by the Board of Directors. Thanks to all for volunteering your time and energy!
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