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Laborers National Pension Fund The Laborers National Pension Fund (LNPF) was established on May 16, 1968 by agreement between the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) and the Mainline Pipeline Contractors Association (PLCA) to provide pension benefits upon retirement for pipeline workers represented by LIUNA and employed by employer-members of the PLCA in the South and Southwestern regions. Since then, LNPF has grown to cover LIUNA-represented workers in the pipeline, building and construction industries in over 20 states.

This fund provides “defined benefit” pensions that pay monthly, fixed benefits for the life of the pensioner and his/her surviving spouse. Benefit amounts are based on employer contributions and service credit earned for covered employment.

LNPF is a joint labor-management trust governed by a Board of Trustees for the exclusive benefit of the covered workers and their families. The Board of Trustees membership includes:

Union Management
Terry O’Sullivan, Co-Chairman Scott E. Summers, Co-Chairman
Ralph E. Cole Peter M. Billey
Vincent R. Masino Steven R. Rooney
John F. Penn Robert H. Westphal

The LNPF Administrator and her staff handle day-to-day operations, including processing of pension applications, payment of monthly benefits, receipt and crediting of employer contributions, maintenance of records, distribution of plan documents and other information, and handling requests.

The Board of Trustees and the Administrator are assisted in their performance of their duties by appropriate professional service providers – including investment managers and advisors, attorneys, an actuarial consultant, an account-auditor, and an asset custodian.

LNPF is regulated under various Federal laws, including Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Internal Revenue Code, and the Taft-Hartley Act. It is a collectively bargained, multi-employer pension plan, and is tax qualified.

Information about LNPF can be obtained through its Administrative Office. Questions or concerns may be directed to Lu Beth Greene, the Fund Administrator.

   
Laborers National Pension Fund • 14140 Midway Road • Suite 105 • Dallas, Texas 75244
Mailing Address • P.O. Box 803415 • Dallas, Texas 75380-3415
Phone: (972) 233-4458 • Fax: (972) 233-3026 • E-mail: info@lnpf.org