We regretfully inform you that Brother Brass Rinehart passed away on Monday, February 22nd, 2021. He was a member of the Electricians Death Benefit Fund and has been assigned #131. His beneficiary was paid a benefit based on 238 members.
Members utilizing the recurring payment option will be charged in March.
For your convenience, payments may be combined with monthly dues as well as payable over the phone with credit or debit card.
Thank you for your participation in this Fund.
Special Note: Pursuant to EDBF bylaws, participants will reimburse the Fund $10.00 within 60 days following notification of a participant’s death or be dropped from EDBF. At the end of the 60 days a participant’s coverage will not continue if the Fund has not been reimbursed all monies due. Once a member has been dropped for non-payment, he/she must pay all arrears, not to exceed $100.00, and a new membership fee of $20.00 to rejoin the fund.
Only Active “A” members and their spouses are allowed to rejoin. No exceptions will be allowed.
Brass Lane Rinehart, 56, of Lynn Haven, got a callout, there’s a big union job in Heaven, on Monday, February 22, 2021.
He was born October 11, 1964 at Bethesda Maryland Naval Hospital. He graduated from Mosely High School. Brass worked as an IBEW Journeyman Electrician for 33 years. He enjoyed playing the guitar and singing, as well as going fishing. Brass loved his family very much and raised a fine daughter.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, George & Amy Martinson of Hawaii and Luther & Lorene Rinehart of Texas.
Those left to cherish his memory include his longtime girlfriend, Darline Davis; daughter, Montana Rinehart; parents, Lee & Aileen Rinehart of Lynn Haven, FL; brothers, Bronze Rinehart (Mary), Rielly Rinehart (Michelle), and Wade Rinehart (Alicia); aunts and uncles, Lorance Rinehart (Jane), George Martinson (Wilma), Marlene Seymore (Mark), and Lesa Winford; several cousins; many nieces and nephews who loved their “Uncle Bubby”; and his beloved dog, Dixie.
Serving as honorary pall bearers will be Joel Jackson, Cody Obert, Chris Keefe, Mike Kelley, and the local members of the IBEW.
A visitation will be held 10 A.M., Saturday, February 27, 2021, at Emerald Coast Fellowship. A celebration of his life will begin at 11 A.M., with Dr. Steve Taylor officiating.
Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases, please make every effort to conduct business via phone or email and not in person at the union hall.
The March Regular Union meeting has been cancelled. The Executive Board will continue to meet as per the IBEW Constitution.
We encourage members making payments directly, including those who make EDBF payments only, to utilize the recurring payment option whenever possible. A form is available on the website for members who are logged in or by contacting the hall.
Please take care of yourselves and your families and stay healthy.
Former Vice President and current 14 year member of 1205 Brother Paul Martin is in need of a kidney. He is currently on the waiting list to receive a kidney however as many of us already know this process is long and time is not promised when dealing with this disease. Here is how you can help
1. If you feel compelled to give the gift of life to a fellow brother in need please contact IBEW 1205 Union Hall at (352)376-7701. At the hall we have packets that will explain the donor process and see if you meet the eligibility requirements.
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