Severance Plan for Officers - Albertson's Inc.
ALBERTSON'S SEVERANCE PLAN FOR OFFICERS EFFECTIVE JULY 18, 2001 SECTION 1--PURPOSE The purpose of the Albertson's Severance Plan for Officers ("Plan") is to provide severance pay and benefits to certain Officers of Albertson's, Inc. and its subsidiaries (collectively the "Company") whose employment is involuntarily terminated in connection with the Company's cost control initiatives, where such employment termination is other than by discharge including unsatisfactory performance, during the period from July 18, 2001 to June 30, 2002. When the employment of such Officers is so terminated, the employment relationship shall be completely severed and affected Officers shall have no current or future right to employment on a full-time, part-time, per diem, consulting or other basis. The Plan is intended to be "employee welfare benefit plan" as that term is defined in Section 3(1) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended. Severance benefits for this period shall be determined exclusively under this Plan unless a separate agreement has been or will be reached. All of the corporate policies and practices regarding severance, or similar payments upon employment termination, with respect to Officers eligible to participate herein are hereby superseded by this Plan. Benefits under this Plan are in no way contingent upon retirement under any Company retirement plan. SECTION 2--DEFINITIONS The following capitalized terms shall have the meanings set forth in this Section 2 unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: 2.1 Administrator means the Company or its delegees. 2.2 Company means Albertson's, Inc. and its subsidiaries except as excluded in the definition of "Officer" in Section 2.5. 2.3 Effective Date means July 18, 2001. 2.4 ERISA means the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended. 2.5 Officer means any active, full-time officer of the Company who is listed as an Officer on Exhibit B hereto. For purposes of this Plan, "Officer" as defined in Exhibit B excludes any individual who has an individual employment or severance agreement with the Company. 1 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 2.6 Participant means an Officer who is notified by the Company that his or her employment is to be involuntarily terminated by the Company on or after the Effective Date but on or before June 30, 2002, other than termination that is the result of actions by the Officer which, as determined by the Company in its sole discretion, would normally result in termination or discharge. 2.7 Pay or Base Pay means the Officer's regular base salary or wages on the Officer's Severance Date, excluding all extra pay such as overtime, premiums, bonuses, commissions, living or other allowance. 2.8 Plan means the Albertson's Severance Plan for Officers. 2.9 Plan Year means the period from July 18, 2001 through June 30, 2002. 2.10 Release Agreement means the Severance Agreement and Release attached hereto as Exhibit A, which shall include a general release given by the Participant to the Company and other matters stated therein. The Release Agreement shall bind the Participant and the Company. 2.11 Severance Date means the date established by the Company as a Participant's last day of employment. 2.12 Successor means any employer (whether or not the employer is affiliated with the Company) which acquires (through merger, consolidation, reorganization, transfer, sublease, assignment, or otherwise) (i) all or substantially all of the business or assets of the Company, of a division of the Company, or of a single facility or business unit of the Company, or (ii) the facility where the Officer usually works. 2.13 Years of Service shall mean the completed 12-month periods during which an Officer has been employed by the Company on a continuous basis measured from the Officer's most recent hire or rehire date (not an adjusted or reinstated hire date). SECTION 3--ELIGIBILITY AND PAYMENT 3.1 Subject to Sections 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4 of this Plan, an Officer shall become a Participant if, on or after the Effective Date, but on or before June 30, 2002, the Officer is notified by the Company that his or her employment with the Company is to be involuntarily terminated by the Company unless such termination is the result of actions by the Officer which, as determined by the Company in its sole discretion, would normally result in a termination or discharge. An employee who is on a Company-approved Family and Medical leave, worker's compensation or other medical or disability related leave will be subject to the appropriate Company leave policy when the employee returns from leave. 3.2 A Participant shall be entitled to the severance pay set forth in Section 4 hereof, if: 2 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 (a) he or she returns and does not revoke a completed and executed Release Agreement to the Company within the time period specified in the Release Agreement after such person's Severance Date; and, (b) he or she is not and does not become disqualified from receiving severance pay pursuant to Section 3.3 hereof at any time prior to such person's Severance Date. 3.3 A Participant shall not be entitled to the severance pay set forth in Section 4 hereof, if: (a) the Officer either (i) fails to return a signed Release Agreement to the Company within the time period specified in the Release Agreement after that person's Severance Date or (ii) revokes such Release Agreement within the time period specified in the Release Agreement; (b) prior to his or her Severance Date, the Officer (i) terminates voluntarily his or her employment, (ii) fails to show up and properly attend work, and/or (iii) fails to adequately perform his or her employment duties as established by the Company in its sole discretion; (c) the Officer begins employment or provides services as an independent contractor with or for the Company or any of its affiliates within 6 months following his or her Severance Date; (d) the Officer rejects an offer or fails to accept an offer of another position from a Successor or from any affiliate of the Company on or before his or her Severance Date; provided, however, that an Officer may still receive his or her severance benefits despite rejecting such offer if either (i) the new position has a Base Pay less than eighty (80) percent of his or her current Base Pay, or (ii) the new job will require the Officer to work in a facility located more than 50 miles from his or her current workplace; or (e) prior to the Severance Date, the Company terminates the employment of the Officer and either (i) the termination is the result of actions by the Officer which, as determined by the Company in its sole discretion would normally result in termination or discharge, or (ii) the Company determines after such termination that the Officer had engaged in conduct that was significantly detrimental to the Company, in clear violation of Company policies or procedures, or that resulted in a cost to the Company and that would result in termination or discharge had such conduct been known to the Company prior to such termination. 3.4 Prior to the date the Participant's employment with the Company will terminate, such Participant will receive a Release Agreement, substantially in the form attached to this Plan as Exhibit A. If the Participant accepts and agrees to his or her severance pay and benefits as determined, he or she shall execute the Release Agreement and return it to the Vice President, Human Resources Administration within the time period specified in the Release Agreement following his or her Severance Date. Such Release Agreement must be timely and 3 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 appropriately executed by its terms for the Participants to qualify for payments and benefits under Section 4. SECTION 4--AMOUNT AND PAYMENT OF SEVERANCE PAY 4.1 A Participant's severance pay under this Section 4 shall be the number of weeks of Pay set forth in the following schedule based on such Participant's status and his or her number of full Years of Service and shall be paid in one lump sum as soon as practicable after the Participant's Severance Date with the Company or such longer period as may be required by the Release Agreement. Amounts to be paid are as follows: Thirty-nine weeks' Pay plus (1) 100 percent target bonus prorated based on the number of weeks actually worked during the fiscal year since the beginning of the most recent bonus eligibility period, plus (2) 100 percent target bonus prorated based on twenty-six weeks. Employment taxes shall be withheld from all severance payments but voluntary deductions shall not be allowed. In addition, any amount payable under this Section above, shall be reduced (but not below zero) by any payment made as required by government-mandated programs that require payment of wages and fringe benefits in lieu of notice of closing, layoffs or termination of employment. 4.2 In addition to the severance payment described above, the Company will also offer additional benefits to all Participants as follows. (a) Participants shall have the right to continue medical and dental benefits under the continuation health coverage provisions of Title X of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1986 (COBRA) after his or her Severance Date, if otherwise eligible and/or, if eligible, may enroll in the Retiree Health Plan. To the extent that the Participant is eligible for and elects COBRA coverage, the Company shall cover the premiums or cost of such coverage on a monthly basis for the lesser of (1) the first six months of coverage, or (2) until Participant no longer qualifies to participate. At the end of the Officer's Company-paid COBRA coverage, the Officer may continue COBRA coverage at the Officer's expense or to the extent eligible under the terms of such Plan may elect to participate in the Company's self-pay retiree health care plan. Alternatively, if eligible, the Officer may elect the self-pay retiree health coverage at the end of the 18-month COBRA period. In no event shall any Participant be entitled to a cash payment in lieu of health coverage. (b) Participants shall be paid for normal termination vacation pay and any other earned pay (if any) pursuant to existing Company policy and applicable state law. (c) Benefits under any other employee benefit plans, including but not limited to, tax-qualified retirement plans, retiree health care plan, fringe benefit plans, policies, programs, stock option 4 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 plans and nonqualified deferred compensation plans sponsored by the Company are governed solely by the terms of those plans, programs or policies. Participants may exercise stock options, to the extent that such options are exercisable under their terms. This Plan does not change the eligibility, termination or other provisions for those benefits. (d) The Company may offer additional benefits or programs which, if offered, shall be described in appendices to this Plan. 4.3 The Company reserves the right to offset the benefits payable under Section 4, by any advance, loan or other monies the Participant owes the Company. SECTION 5--DEATH BENEFITS 5.1 If a Participant dies before receiving all of his or her severance pay due under this Plan, such pay will be distributed in one lump sum cash payment to the Officer's estate. 5.2 The Administrator may require that any individual or entity purporting to represent a Participant's estate provide such proof of such status as the Administrator may deem appropriate, including but not limited to letters testamentary or letters of administration. The Administrator may also require that such individual, as a condition to receiving severance pay, agree in a provision to be incorporated in the Release Agreement, to indemnify and hold harmless the Administrator and such other persons deemed appropriate by the Administrator for any financial responsibility, liability or expense arising out of a claim by another party or parties asserting entitlement to all or part of the benefit payable hereunder. In addition, the Company reserves the right to offset the benefits payable under this Section 5 by any advance, loan or other monies the Participant, with respect to whom the severance pay is being paid, owes the Company. SECTION 6--ADMINISTRATION 6.1 The Company shall have sole discretionary authority to interpret, apply and administer the terms of the Plan and to determine eligibility for and the amounts of benefits under the Plan, including interpretation of ambiguous Plan provisions, determination of disputed facts or application of Plan provisions to unanticipated circumstances. The Company's decision on any such matter shall be final and binding. 6.2 The Company shall be the administrator of the Plan for purposes of Section 3(16) of ERISA and shall have responsibility for complying with any ERISA reporting and disclosure rules applicable to the Plan for any Plan Year. The Administrator may at any time delegate to any other named person or body, or reassume therefrom, any of its fiduciary responsibilities (other than trustee responsibilities as defined in Section 405(c)(3) of ERISA) or administrative duties with respect to this Plan. 6.3 The Administrator may contract with one or more persons to render advice or services with regard to any responsibility it has under this Plan. 5 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 6.4 Subject to the limitations of this Plan, the Administrator shall from time to time establish such rules for the administration of this Plan as the Administrator may deem desirable. SECTION 7--CLAIMS PROCEDURE 7.1 If a Participant believes he or she has not been provided with severance pay benefits due under the Plan, then the Participant may file a request for benefits under this procedure with the Human Resources Department or its delegate within ninety (90) days after the date the Participant believes he or she should have received such benefits. If a Participant makes such a request for benefits under the Plan and that claim is denied, in whole or in part, the Administrator shall notify the Participant of the adverse determination within ninety (90) calendar days unless the Administrator determines that special circumstances require an extension of time for processing. If the Administrator determines that an extension of time is necessary, written notice shall be furnished to the claimant prior to the end of the initial ninety-day period and the extension shall not exceed ninety days from the original ninety-day period. The extension notice shall indicate the special circumstances requiring an extension and the date by which the Administrator expects to render a determination. The Administrator shall notify the Participant of the specific reasons for the denial with specific references to pertinent Plan provisions on which the denial is based and shall notify the Participant of any additional material or information that is needed to perfect the claim and explanation of why such material or information is necessary. At that time the Participant will be advised of his or her right to appeal that determination, and given an explanation of the Plan's review and appeal procedure including time limits, and a statement regarding the Participant's right to bring a civil action under ERISA section 502(a) following an adverse determination or appeal. 7.2 A Participant may appeal from the determination or denial by submitting to the Administrator within sixty (60) calendar days after receiving a denial notice: (a) Requesting a review by the Administrator of the claim; (b) Setting forth all of the grounds upon which the request for review is based and any facts in support thereof; and (c) Setting forth any issues or comments which the Participant deems relevant to the claim. The Participant may submit written comments, documents, records and other information relating to his claim. Upon request, the Participant may obtain free of charge, copies of all documents and records relevant to his claim. 7.3 The Administrator shall act upon the appeal taking into account all comments, documents, records and other information submitted by the 6 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 Participant without regard to whether such information was submitted or considered in the initial benefit determination and shall render a decision within sixty (60) days or one hundred twenty (120) days in special circumstances after its receipt of the appeal. If the Administrator determines that an extension of time is necessary, written notice of the extension shall be furnished to the Participant prior to the end of the initial sixty-day period. The extension notice shall indicate the special circumstances requiring an extension of time and the date by which the Administrator expects to render a determination. The Administrator shall review the claim and all written materials submitted by the Participant, and may require him or her to submit, within ten (10) days of its written notice, such additional facts, documents, or other evidence as the Administrator in its sole discretion deems necessary or advisable in making such a review. On the basis of its review, the Administrator shall make an independent determination of the Participant's eligibility for benefits and the amount of such benefits under the Plan. The decision of the Administrator on any claim shall be final and conclusive upon all persons if supported by substantial evidence. If the Administrator denies a claim on review in whole or in part, it shall give the Participant written notice of its decision setting forth the following: (a) the specific reasons for the denial and specific references to the pertinent Plan provisions on which its decision was based; (b) notice that the Participant may obtain free of charge, copies of all documents, records and other information relevant to the Participant's claim; and (c) a statement of the Participant's right to bring a civil action under section 502(a) of ERISA. 7.4 A Participant or his or her legal representative may appeal any final decision by filing an action in a federal court of competent jurisdiction, provided that such action is filed no later than 90 days after receipt of a final decision by the Participant or his or her legal representative. SECTION 8--GENERAL 8.1 The benefits and costs of this Plan shall be paid by the Company out of its general assets. 8.2 This Plan is intended to be an "employee welfare benefit plan", as defined in Section 3(1), Subtitle A of Title 1 of ERISA. The Plan will be interpreted to effectuate this intent. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Plan, no Officer shall receive hereunder any payment exceeding twice that Officer's annual compensation during the year immediately preceding the termination of his service, within the meaning of 29 C.F.R. Section 2510.3-2, as the same was in effect on the effective date of this Plan. SECTION 9--AMENDMENT AND TERMINATION The Company reserves the right to amend this Plan, in whole or in part, or discontinue or terminate the Plan; provided, however, that any such amendment, discontinuance or termination shall not affect any right of any Participant to 7 <PAGE> EXHIBIT 10.39 claim benefits under the Plan or as in effect prior to such amendment, discontinuance or termination, for events occurring prior to the date of such amendment, discontinuance or termination. An amendment to this Plan, and/or resolution of discontinuance or termination, may be made by the Administrator, to the extent permitted by resolution of the Board of Directors. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Company has caused its officer, duly authorized by its Board of Directors to execute the Plan effective as of the 18th day of July 2001. ALBERTSON'S, INC. By: /s/ Thomas R. Saldin ---------------------- Name: Thomas R. Saldin Its: Executive Vice President and General Counsel 8 <PAGE> SAMPLE Exhibit A SEVERANCE AGREEMENT AND RELEASE In consideration for the payment to me of (amount to be computed and added later), less lawful deductions, as severance pay, I, (name to be added), hereby make the following promises and agree to the terms of this Severance Agreement and Release, intending to be legally bound by them. 1. I hereby release Albertson's, Inc. ("Company") and its parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, and their respective successors, officers, directors, employees, and associates from any and all claims, actions, and causes of action arising out of my employment with, and/or termination from the Company, including but not limited to claims based on express or implied contract, covenants of fair dealing and good faith, wrongful discharge, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act of 1988, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended, and any other applicable federal, state, or local laws, ordinances, and regulations. This release does not, however, apply to or waive any rights I may have under applicable workers' compensation laws or employee benefit plans, or to claims which may arise after the date of this release except as to disability plan payments which may be offset by the Severance payment(s) herein. 2. I understand that by signing this Severance Agreement and Release, I am forever relinquishing any right to sue any of the companies and persons described in paragraph 1 above based on any claim arising out of my employment with, and/or termination from, the Company (other than claims arising under employee benefit plans or claims for injuries compensable under workers' compensation laws), and I agree that I will never maintain any litigation against any of those companies or persons based on any of the claims I am giving up by signing this document. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this release, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association under its Employment Dispute Resolution Rules. 3. I expressly waive and relinquish all rights and benefits afforded by Section 1542 of the Civil Code of the State of California, and I do so understanding and acknowledging the significance and consequence of that waiver. Section 1542 of the Civil Code of the State of California states: A general release does not extend to claims which the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him must have materially affected his settlement with the debtor. 4. I acknowledge that, after I leave the employ of the Company, I am still obliged to abide by the Company's policies concerning confidential and proprietary information. 5. I shall cooperate with and assist the Company (including making myself available at reasonable times and places) so as to aid the Company in connection with any matters related to my employment by the Company or about which I am knowledgeable; provided, however, my cooperation with such matters shall not interfere unreasonably with my subsequent employment, if any. 9 <PAGE> 6. I agree not to directly, indirectly, or through third parties solicit any Company associate for employment for two years. 7. I understand that I will receive listings of the age and job title of persons who are eligible and ineligible for pay and benefits under the Albertson's Severance Plan applicable to me. I also understand that I will have forty-five calendar days following the date on which I receive those lists to consider whether to accept the pay and benefits under the Albertson's Severance Plan applicable to me. I understand that I waive the forty-five calendar day consideration period if I sign and return the Severance Agreement and Release before the end of the forty-five day period. I acknowledge that I am hereby advised to consult with the attorney or other advisor of my choice regarding the terms of this document before signing it. I understand that I may revoke this Severance Agreement And Release anytime within 7 days of signing it and that the terms of this agreement and release will not be effective until the 7-day revocation period expires. I must contact David Biderman, in writing, at Albertson's Human Resources Department in Boise (fax 208-395-4844) to revoke this agreement. 8. This Release will be governed by the laws of Idaho. 9. I have signed this document freely and voluntarily and not because of any deception or coercion. I understand the terms of this document and agree that they are fair and equitable. DO NOT SIGN AND RETURN THIS FORM UNTIL AFTER YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE LISTING OF THE AGES AND JOB TITLES OF THE INDIVIDUALS SELECTED FOR THE REDUCTION IN FORCE / SEVERANCE PAY AND BENEFIT. --------------------- ---------------------- --------------------------- Print Name of Witness Print Name of Officer Date of Officer's Signature --------------------- ---------------------- --------------------------- Signature of Witness Signature of Officer Last Date of Employment Note: Section 3 is required only if the severed associate has worked for the Company in the state of California, whether at the time of termination or some time prior. 10 <PAGE> Exhibit B Location Lname Fname -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) 48400 Adams Pat 2) 48400 Allen Craig 3) 71301 Apker Debra 4) 74200 Arnold William 5) 70428 Bailey Boyce 6) 71701 Banks Bob 7) 48300 Bassler Dennis 8) 55000 Bates Bill 9) 72900 Bates Mark 10) 48500 Bay Gerry 11) 71302 Bell Dario 12) 70405 Bergquist Renee 13) 70401 Bessent Mike 14) 73601 Biderman Dave 15) 71701 Bock Carolyn 16) 70405 Boyd John 17) 71301 Brady Kathy 18) 71302 Brother Tom 19) 72402 Brown Craig 20) 53000 Brune Jeff 21) 48700 Buckles Gerry 22) 71300 Butler Bob 23) 48400 Casey Karen 24) 50300 Casteel Ritchie 25) 71300 Cefalo Roe 26) 71704 Christoffersen Shirley 27) 50400 Clawson Mike 28) 74200 Cole Chip 29) 50100 Colgrove Bob 30) 54200 Colgrove John 31) 48300 Conrad Monty 32) 48600 Corry Tim 33) 48500 Cousin Ertharin 34) 71005 Croft John 35) 48500 Cygan Doug 36) 70400 Czarniecki Walt 37) 71304 Dean Dave 38) 48700 DeBruin Mark 39) 72905 DeMeyer Keith 40) 71300 Denningham Wayne 41) 57900 Eckstein Frank 42) 54200 Emmons William 43) 70467 Fehringer Joe 44) 70715 Fetzer Dennis 45) 48500 Gentile Jim 46) 56700 Giles Charla 47) 57100 Gloyne Clay 11 <PAGE> Exhibit B 48) 71700 Goins Greg 49) 52700 Gossett Paul 50) 52700 Gray Kim 51) 71301 Gruell Kip 52) 53200 Gullickson Greg 53) 71301 Guthmiller Dick 54) 75501 Hamblin Laura 55) 71301 Hansen Larry 56) 72900 Hansen Roger 57) 48500 Hanson Ed 58) 54300 Hanson Greg 59) 48700 Harbecke William 60) 70416 Harmon Larry 61) 54000 Hays Scott 62) 48500 Herbert Kathy 63) 48700 Hiller Bruce 64) 74100 Hilton Steve 65) 73604 Hughes Terri 66) 48700 Hunstiger Gary 67) 72908 Imlay Thomas 68) 70700 Iverson John 69) 48600 Jablonski Carl 70) 72900 Jacobsen Jim 71) 48400 Javier Virginia 72) 52200 Jerry David 73) 71000 Johnston Larry 74) 79039 Jolley Tony 75) 73604 Jones Peggy 76) 72402 Kinde Dennis 77) 53400 Kowalski Eileen 78) 71701 Lavin Mark 79) 57000 Lawrence Michelle 80) 56500 Little Ed 81) 71000 Lynch Peter 82) 57800 Mann Bill 83) 48700 Massimino Mike 84) 71702 Mattefs Sue 85) 71302 McCarthy Mike 86) 48700 McGovern John 87) 48600 McKeon Colin 88) 71700 McKinney Dave 89) 56000 McNiff Greg 90) 71301 McReynolds Peggy 91) 48700 Mecham Rory 92) 54700 Melville Gerald 93) 71301 Michael Todd 94) 71600 Mielke Chris 95) 59000 Miles Matt 96) 48400 Molendyk Harvey 12 <PAGE> Exhibit B 97) 56300 Morris Jacque 98) 48700 Mulcock Dave 99) 74200 Mumford Lee 100) 73610 Murphy Michele 101) 50800 Murty Brian 102) 72900 Muta Matt 103) 70400 Navarro Rick 104) 73608 Neumann Sue 105) 48500 Nielsen Keith 106) 70405 Ober Dave 107) 71304 Oddo Mitch 108) 74550 O'Riordan Kaye 109) 72901 Osban Jeff 110) 48300 Ouellette Mark 111) 53600 Ozark Gerard 112) 48700 Palmer Dennis 113) 73610 Paolini Bruce 114) 72402 Paterson Gary 115) 48400 Patton Mike 116) 54300 Perkins Jim 117) 72600 Pichulo Philip 118) 48300 Potter Bob 119) 71600 Powell Pamela 120) 70715 Raffo Ed 121) 71302 Raudabaugh John 122) 48500 Redfearn George 123) 71000 Reuling Mike 124) 50900 Rice Jim 125) 75308 Rissing Bob 126) 48400 Robbins Donna 127) 71302 Robertson Dave 128) 56100 Rocheleau Terry 129) 71302 Rood Brian 130) 74200 Rowan Paul 131) 71000 Saldin Tom 132) 54300 Sampson Shane 133) 72901 Schachtell Steve 134) 70700 Schroeder Kathy 135) 48300 Schuit Fred 136) 70408 Schuler Bob 137) 73610 Scoggin Andrew 138) 48700 Shadle Mark 139) 74200 Sharp Linc 140) 48300 Simonson Dave 141) 73602 Snow Jack 142) 71301 Spiers Gary 143) 48600 Spires Judy 144) 71300 Stablein Larry 13 <PAGE> Exhibit B 145) 50200 Stachofsky Bob 146) 72900 Steele Pat 147) 71301 Stevens Clement 148) 71304 Strong John 149) 57700 Styer Don 150) 71304 Sutton Dan 151) 48300 Teall Martin 152) 71700 Thayer Scott 153) 72600 Tobin Dan 154) 71301 Tommack Ed 155) 71300 Tripp Kevin 156) 48300 Trom Brad 157) 48500 Van Helden Pete 158) 70400 Volger Ron 159) 72901 Wagner Hadley 160) 55300 Wahlstrom Larry 161) 48500 Walter Tom 162) 72480 Wardle Gerry 163) 54200 Washington Clem 164) 79039 Weiser Ed 165) 48300 White Wanda 166) 50900 Williams Marcia 167) 71301 Williams Shane 168) 48700 Willyard Jim 169) 50500 Withers Mike 170) 71304 Wright Steve 171) 73604 Yager Bryan 172) 52000 Yaksitch Frank 173) 73600 Young Steve 14