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TWA Retirees   I retired from TWA during December 1985. I was provided with a"Cirtificate OF Participation",TWA Retired Pilots, Voluntary Employees Beneficiary Association Trust or "VEBA TRUST" which states I am enrolled in the Trust with a Life Insurance benefit to my designated beneficiary. My date of entry in the trust is Jan. 1,1986. All death benefits are to be paid by Chubb Life America to the Trust which will pay the designated beneficiary. 

Is the VEBA Trust still valid ?

If yes, is the Trust being 'managed' by American Airlines since they now handle TWA retirees ?

Please help with answers to my questions. And add any more info that will help me. 

Thanks,Werner

 

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