Chevrolet Engineering Retirees Club
February 2020 CERC
Companion Available Online
View the February 2020 issue of the
CERC Companion online. See the
pictures here before they arrive in the
mail. Available Now! Click on
"Companion Online". Save our club
mailing and printing costs by requesting
an electronic copy of the Companion,
please let Joe Orlando or Tom
Site Updated February 10, 2020
-- DEATH NOTICE: Mark Williamson passed away on Friday February 8,
2020. Go to '2020 Death Notices' to read Mark's obituary.
-- You can find the 2020 luncheon schedule by clicking on 'Events'
-- The Companion editor is looking to write articles about the oldest
CERC members. So, YOU SENIOR-SENIORS, DON’T LET US DOWN.
PROVIDE US WITH REQUESTED INFORMATION. IT WILL BE FUN AND
INTERESTING TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR LIVES. Read more information
-- We are still looking for someone to come forward and take over the
Vice-Presidents position, the Companion Editor, the Lunch Organizer
and the Lunch Menu person.
-- Luncheon prices for 2020 will remain the same at $15. This is still less
than the total cost which is more than $17, with the difference made up
by our club and the 50/50 drawing. The cost at the door for walk-ins will
-- Our club is looking for new officers to serve on our board. There are
many openings available. The time commitment is not very large. Please
consider volunteering and supporting your club.
-- It is time to mail in your dues for 2019. Please renew your CERC
membership before February 28 by sending $15 to CERC P.O. Box 58
Warren, MI 48090
-- The Directory on the website has been completely updated. Please
take the time to review your information. If you have any changes,
please contact Joe Orlando or Tom Zebehazy
-- Click on "About Us" to view your 2018-2019 elected board and
committee members which has been recently updated.
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION: I am involved with a research project which will
chronicle the 1969 Corvette RPO ZL1. We have visited the GM Heritage Center on
several occasions and they have been extremely helpful. Having said that the
available resources are far from complete--it is rather hit or miss and many of the
1969 Corvette L88/ZL1 documents are not to be found.
> We would like to contact anyone involved with the L88/ZL1 program and anyone
who may have relevant Chevrolet materials; further we could use some help to
understand the development to production process and perhaps analyze some of the
documents that we've discovered.
If you have information to share, please e-mail email@example.com