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Ion Deaton has published a new book:   "Tales from Appalachia's Ionic One"

His description is:

From the land of soaring Appalachian mountains, come wonderful true stories of the hardy folk that this beautiful but sometimes harsh region has nurtured.

I wrote it mainly for my descendents but am offering it to the general public to see it. It has significant mass market appeal. The book includes a total of about one hundred stand-alone tales from the seven time periods to make for more interesting reading.


Dennis Koranik has published a new SF book:
"From Lightning to the Light"
Take a look at it. The Amazon description is:

This fast-paced science fiction story for young and old includes time travel, a teenage girl superhero, and romance. It encourages continual reliance on God. The story takes place over a 500-year time span.

Dennis says "He wrote the book mainly for science fiction lovers that don't like being bombarded with aliens and dark forces. The people that like the book the best seem to be children 10-15 due to the superhero content. A lot of present day topics are covered and it provides parents a way to break the ice and talk to their children about issues that they would normally have a hard time to talk about. Children also don't like stories that are too long (given their fascination with Instant Messaging). It all started when I was trying to teach my children about writing essays and short stories. The rest is history."


Lockheed-Martin (Singer-Link)

If you receive the Summary Annual Reports from Lockheed Martin each year, the Singer Pension Plan is Plan 023 Lockheed Martin Corporation Retirement Income Plan III. This plan previously was Plan 041 and was merged into the current plan on 12/31/99.

Have a Question?
By Phone: Call the Lockheed Martin Employee Service Center (LMESC) toll-free at 866-562-2363. Overseas employees may call (201) 242-4397. TDD services are available at 800-TDD-TDD4. Representatives will assist you from 8am - 8pm, Monday - Friday, ET. To access the LMESC, please have your “Social Security number” and “PIN” available.

Online: You may also use the online contact feature to send a message to the Lockheed Martin Employee Service Center. Log in with your “Social Security number” and “PIN”, then choose Contact Us at the top of the page. A new enrollee most likely has to call first and LM will mail them a PIN.

Click here to Access this website:
Then select Lockheed Martin Service Center

Login with your Social Security Number (SSN) and PIN
NOTE: You probably received your PIN in a letter from Lockheed Martin in December 2001. If you do not know your PIN, try the last four digits of your SSN. If that does not work, enter your SSN and select Request Your PIN. The PIN will be mailed to your address of record.

After you login, select Contact Us at the top of the page and submit your questions regarding Pension Information to receive information specific to your pension. As an alternative, you may call the toll-free number at 1-866-562-2363 or mail any questions to the address provided:

Lockheed Martin Employee Service Center
P.O. Box 462
Little Falls, NJ 07424

You may also select Pension Information from the Selection Menu and navigate the site for additional information.

Raytheon (CAE)

Click here to access this web site:

Your default PIN is the month and day of your birth plus the last four digits of your Social Security Number. Example: If your birthday is February 27 and your SSN is 123-45-6789, your default PIN is 02276789. Once you login with your default PIN you will be required to change your PIN. After you complete some basic profile information you will have access to the benefit information.

If additional information is required or as an alternative to the website, call 800-358-1231.


This file last modified on March 24, 2017