Retirees Contact Page

Pre-Retirement Planning available to IAM Members

Double Health USA (DHUSA) is providing free individual pre-retirement counseling to our members. DHUSA Pre-Retirement Planning provides individual counseling to pre-retirees to the extend requested and needed in areas such as:

  • Medicare
  • Medicare Supplemental Insurance
  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Medicare Part D Rx Drug Plans
  • Dental, Vision, and Hearing
  • Life Insurance and Survivor Planning

Double Health USA (DHUSA) is an insurance service founded by Dave Kee. Dave is a retired vice president from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. After retiring with almost 40 years in the insurance industry, DHUSA was established to help retirees, displaced workers, and low income seniors with health care and insurance issues.

DHUSA has been working with the IAMAW for almost three years in activities such as:

  • Providing health and insurance counseling to displaced workers in the following areas: The Kennedy Space Center in Florida; Newcomerstown, Ohio; Crossett, Arkansas; Dothan, Alabama; and Franklin, Pennsylvania.
  • Presenting at IAMAW retiree training sessions at Placid Harbor.
  • Providing health care counseling to IAMAW retirees throughout the country.
  • Developing an IAMAW Retiree Medicare and Long Term Care Guide.

If you have any questions regarding this free service, you can send an e-mail to

dkee@doublehealthusa.comor dhusa@gmail.com. You may also call a Double Health USA representative toll-free at     1-866-600-7083.

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In Compliance with the IAM Constitution, Retirees are
required to report their current contact information each
year. This keeps them on the membership list as a Member
in Good Standing. There is no charge for this, the retiree is
not required to pay dues or fees.
you can also call the Union Hall at (804) 359 4058
Fill in the form below to send information to the Union Hall so that you remain a Member in Good Standing.