Section 19-90 Pay plan beneficiary designation.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 18710 on 09/19/2005, Section 19-90 read as follows.
To the extent authorized by Chapter 461 RSMo., an employee may designate
a beneficiary to
receive pay for work or accrued leaves due the employee upon the employees death while still
employed by the City subject to the following rules:
1. The employee must make the beneficiary designation
in writing, signed and dated by the
employee, witnessed by an employee designated by the director. The director is authorized to
create forms for the designation, revocation or change of beneficiary.
2. The employee may only designate one beneficiary
but may change or revoke that
designation at any time in writing, witnessed as above.
3. The beneficiary must be a natural person at least
eighteen (18) years of age at the time of
4. If a beneficiary is disqualified as being too young
or shall predecease the employee, the
designation shall be revoked and the final pay check from the city shall be paid to the decedents
estate. If the beneficiary does not survive the employee by more than twenty-four (24) hours,
beneficiary shall be deemed to have predeceased the employee.
5. Except as set out in these rules, the designation
of a beneficiary, including the designation
of a spouse as beneficiary, shall not be automatically terminated or revoked.
6. The amount due the beneficiary under this section
may be reduced by amounts owed the
city by the employee and any amounts lawfully garnished or owed in taxes, social security or
otherwise authorized as deductions from pay by the decedent.