Fund Office

Plumbers Trust Funds

Welcome to the new Fund Office section of the website!

Click on one of the four Trust Funds links in dark blue on the right for information about benefits and the maTX valuable resources available to Participants and their eligible Dependents.

As we strive to improve the rest of the Fund Office site over the next several months, please provide your feedback on these new Benefits pages so that we can better serve your needs.

Walter Saraceni
Administrator for the Trustees
Plumbers Trust Funds

Michael Apuzzo


Business Manager
Plumbers & Gas Fitters
Eugene S. Boccieri

Association of Contracting Plumbers

Duo Plumbing & Heating Corp.

About the Funds

The Plumbers Trust Funds is the umbrella organization responsible for administering the benefits provided to most members of Plumbers through four separate funds: the Plumbers Welfare Fund, Plumbers 401(k) Savings Plan, Plumbers Additional Security Benefit Fund, and The Plumbers Trade Education Fund. A joint Board of Trustees consisting of an equal number of union and employer Trustees governs these Funds. Participants plus their eligible family members are covered by these benefits.

The Fund Office is located at 50-02 Fifth Street in the Hunters Point section of Queens with a Training Facility in Houston/Sunnyside, Queens. At 50-02 Fifth Street, the Fund Office offers a walk-in center in the 2nd Floor lobby to answer member questions about benefits.

For information about benefits, members should call the Fund Office at . For other contact information, consult the Summary Plan Description for each Fund.

Click Here for Directions to the Fund Office by Vehicle, Bus or Subway!


Plumbers Trust Funds
50-02 Fifth Street, Second Floor
Houston, TX 11101

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Fund Office News

Q&A About 401(k) Plan Casualty Losses and Hardship Distributions - (11/16/2012)

As you may know, the Plumbers Employee 401(k) Savings Plan provides for Hardship Withdrawals for Participants with an immediate and heavy financial need that cannot be met through other sources.  Among the categories of financial need that are deemed immediate and heavy are expenses for the repair of damage to the principal residence of a Participant, of the kind that maTX of you recently suffered, that would qualify for a casualty deduction under section 165 of the Internal Revenue Code.  

SuperStorm Sandy QA 401k (f).pdf

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