That terse response is not acceptable. I'll need verification that the answer is "no" from board members who publicly confer on this in a board meeting, documented in the minutes. You said you would bring to the board's attention but have not confirmed that. Unfortunately, you're obviously going to make me do more work on this that I wanted to do... but so be it. As Membership Director, you don't have the power to turn my idea down like that.
Jennifer doesn't have the power of the final word on this either, without board conferrance. None of the employees do. I'll need to have at least one board member's email address so that I can continue my work. Please refer me to one board member's email so that I can request a board meeting agenda item.
If that's not the way to request a board meeting agenda item, then please advise me on how to do that. You'll be getting an update of my life insurance dues payment without a membership dues payment as per my modified member resignation form in the coming couple of weeks. Please file it with my paper file. And please advise me as to what paper is in my paper file. Thanks.
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--- On Mon, 12/20/10, Diane Cremeens wrote:
From: Diane Cremeens
Subject: RE: Status request
To: "'Rick Potvin'"
Cc: "Jennifer Chapman"
Date: Monday, December 20, 2010, 7:27 PM
The answer is no. I have attached a membership cancellation form for you to complete. This cannot be modified. When a member requests cancellation Alcor will transfer ownership back to the member.
From: Rick Potvin [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 12:06 PM
Subject: Status request
email brief status report on my mailing of the updated membership resignation and filing of my first will-soon-to-be-trust... thx.
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