Welcome to the website of UAW Local 74.
UAW Local 74 is an Amalgamated Union representing John Deere Ottumwa Works, Monroe County Iowa Sheriffs Department, Albia Iowa Police Department, and the Albia Iowa Streets and Sanitation Departments.
UAW Local 74 was chartered April 29, 1942 representing the Dain Corparation. John Deere aquired the Dain Company in 1910.
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John Deere Ottumwa Works will offer a 23-panel blood screen to all of our retirees and their spouse on 14, 16 and 17 October 2014.
This screen will test the function of the liver, kidneys, thyroid, lipid panel (cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and LDL, blood sugar and ferritin (iron stores)). Many diseases are detected early on the basis of these tests before they become a problem. We hope you all will join us for this opportunity to make you aware of what your body is doing.
This blood screen will be offered at a cost of $10.00 per person and does require a 12 hour fast. Water and normal medication can be taken, but you must not have any food for 12 hours prior to the test. This screen is available to all retired John Deere employees and their spouse.
Below are detailed hours and dates for the screening at the Union Hall (205 N. James Street). To avoid prolonged waiting, please follow this alphabetical schedule:
Retired Employees: Last Name Begins with: 14 October 2014- 6-7:00A.M.A-B 14 October 2014- 7-8:00A.M.C-D 14 October 2014- 8-9:00A.M.E-G 16 October 2014- 6-7:00A.M.H-J 16 October 2014- 7-8:00A.M.K-M 16 October 2014- 8-9:00A.M.N-R 17 October 2014- 6-7:00A.M.S-T 17 October 2014- 7-8:00A.M.U-Z 17 October 2014- 8-9:00A.M.Make Up Time
Make up date for Blood Screening will be on: Saturday October 25th from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. @ the Union Hall
The Health Committee urges you to take advantage of this offer and monitor your own health. The test results are confidential, but we encourage you to share your test results with your personal physician. If you have any questions, please direct them to First Aid at 683-2175.