Click here for a short summary of the issue. Click here for a detailed timeline.
See also the Pension Rights Center website.
Click here for ex-St. Peter's CEO John Matuska's 2011 letter to the IRS.
Click here for ex-St. Peter's VP of HR Bruce Pardo's 2011 letter to the IRS.
Haga clic aqui para verun resumen del problema en español.

Monday, December 26, 2011

No Reply

In September 2010, former Saint Peter's CEO and current pension plan participant John Matuska wrote current CEO Ronald Rak, stating his concerns about the hospital's "church plan" strategy. When no reply was forthcoming after four months, Mr. Matuska wrote Bishop Paul Bootkoski of the Diocese of Metuchen and Monsignor David Malloy of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in January 2011. To date, Mr. Matuska has received no reply to these communications. It's unclear why Mr. Rak and the other esteemed personages have deemed the former CEO's concerns unworthy of a reply. Read the letters below:

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1 comment:

  1. I cannot say this enough. The Hospital is currently in the "driver's seat" concerning our pensions. We must take back control and notify the IRS about our concerns. Do whatever you can do in the community to let everyone know what Saint Peter's is doing to us. The current letter dated 12/28 is just a smokescreen giving them more time to get around the question of the Church Plan. No where in that letter do they state that the church Plan will be eliminated. As long as there is a Church Plan, this or any future Admin can do whatever they want to effect our futures. BE STRONG.

    Larry Kaplan


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