Dixie Bentley, 1334 Whitetail Ave, Sumner, IA 50674-9586
C: 319-240-6289, firstname.lastname@example.org
National Representative for NE, KS, CO and MO
Amanda Reavis, Iowa Member Representative, 501 Washington Ave Apt 3, Grinnell IA 50112 (H) 641-792-3568 (C) 641-417-9002,
Grinnell, IA (O) 641-236-5353 email@example.com
Amy Quick, Iowa Member Representative, 513 Main St, Kelloge IA 50135 (C) 641-521-9822
(O) 319-444-2340 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hartley D. Alley, UPMA Legal Defense Attorney, 23107 Fairway Brg., San Antonio, TX 78258-7129
1. OPM scam alert 3/22/2017
2. UPMA Interim Board Members
3. Adverse Action Representatives
National & Iowa
3. Meetings and Telecoms
4. Senator's and Representative's addresses and
5. website contact information
2016 UPMA Interim Board meeting and telecom dates
September 14, 2016 Telecom
Discussed the State Paper (name, publisher, and frequency). 2017 State Convention possible location and dates. Board meeting date, financial audits, 2017 budget, and the Iowa by-laws.
October 29 & 30, 2016, Holiday Inn Airport Hotel & Convention Center
Financial audits and current balances of NAPUS/League.
Determination of Financial Institution to be used: Signature Credit Union.
State Paper: Publisher and frequency
Budget FY 2016 – November 1, 2016 through ?, 2017
2017 Iowa State Convention will be at the Holiday Inn Airport Hotel & Convention Center, Des Moines, IA, dates to be determined.
National Convention, Louisville, KY, August 5th to 10th, 2017.
Iowa UPMA Bylaws.
Iowa Rules of Audit.
November 18, 2016 Telecom
Present information from the national UPMA telecom on Adverse Action Counselors/ Postmaster Representatives.
Next telecom in January 2017.
March 2017, The Hawkeye Heartlander will be published by Wilcox Printing, 102 S Main St, PO Box 167, Madrid, IA 50156 as a Periodical.
2017 Iowa UPMA Convention
Friday, April 21, 2017 to Sunday, April 23, 2017
Holiday Inn Airport Conference Center
6111 Fleur Dr.
Des Moines, IA 50321
phone (515) 287-2400.
3/22/2017 UPMA Gold
OPM SCAM ALERT: www.opm.gov from Carrie Kuester
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has issued a Scam Alert to all Federal Retirees regarding a scam in which imposters are contacting federal annuitants to try to steal money from them. This is how the scam works: An imposter claiming to be an OPM employee contacts a retired federal employee and threatens to cut off his/her retirement payments and tells them that a magistrate will prosecute. Then the imposter demands an immediate payment. The imposter can sound quite convincing and my actually use real names and titles. They may also have identifiable information on the retiree they contact.
Remember, OPM never makes phone calls such as these to retired federal employees, so DO NOT fall for any such phone calls.
If you have encountered or may encounter one of these scams, please report it to the OPM Office of Inspector General by calling the hotline at 877-499-7295 or use the OPM online complaint form which can be found on the IG Section of the OPM website www.opm.gov Please share this alert with your federal retiree friends who may not have e-mail.