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Larry Millette and his wife, Rose, visited by their grandchildren. Millette had once imagined a retirement in which he would spend more time with his grandchildren or travel with his wife, but those hopes were dashed by cuts in his pension plan.
Larry Millette and his wife, Rose, visited by their grandchildren. Millette had once imagined a retirement in which he would spend more time with his grandchildren or travel with his wife, but those hopes were dashed by cuts in his pension plan.

Visions of the golden years dim as pension promises fade

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / September 17, 2006

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ESSEX JUNCTION, Vt. -- After the collapse of Digital Equipment Corp. cost him a 16-year career, Larry Millette started over, taking an entry-level factory job at the IBM plant in this Vermont village. (Full article: 4191 words)

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