On Oct 2,3, and 5 2017,   RCRV presented its  annual seminar on the 2018 Rockwell Collins Insurance program for Rockwell Collins retirees at Kirkwood Regional Center of Linn County. 

If you were unable to attend one of these seminars, or would like a copy of the handouts, the handouts are available at:
Rockwell Collins Insurance Presentation Hand-outs 2018       Pdf format

If you want to contact an RCRV representative,  please send email to:

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On Oct 2,3, and 5 2017,   RCRV presented its  annual seminar on the 2018 Rockwell Collins Insurance program for Rockwell Collins retirees at Kirkwood Regional Center of Linn County. 

If you were unable to attend one of these seminars, or would like a copy of the handouts, the handouts are available at:
Rockwell Collins Insurance Presentation Hand-outs 2018       Pdf format

The Rockwell Collins Museum volunteers are continuing their efforts to archive all of the company magazines. Great progress has been made and you can read all of the Collins Column and Collins Signal issues on the museum web site at http://rockwellcollinsmuseum.org.

In an effort to complete the collection, we are seeking donations of any issues of the Collins PRIDE Magazine published in the 1960's. We currently have only a single issue and thus do not know the extent of it's publication dates. If you have any issues of PRIDE that you would like to donate, please send them to Mike Hynek (museum curator), or contact Larry Tjaden (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Rod Blocksome (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Several RCRV members have been involved in helping build houses for Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity.  Their most recent habitat project was to help build the Pope Francis house in Cedar Rapids.

Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity (CVHFH) is a nonprofit, Christian housing ministry dedicated to building and rehabilitating simple, decent, and affordable homes in partnership with families in need in Linn and Benton counties. Partner families make a down payment, invest hundreds of hours of sweat equity into the construction of their homes and other Habitat homes, and make monthly mortgage payments on a zero-interest loan. Since 1988, Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity has built or rehabilitated more than 130 homes.