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SCHEDULE A

(Form 990 or 990-EZ)

Organization Exempt Under Section 501(c)(3)
(Except Pnvate Foundation) and Section 501(e), 501(0. 501(k), 501(n), or Section 4947(a)(1) Nonexempt Charitable Trust Supplementary Information — (See separate instructions ) *■ MUST be completed by the above organizations and attached to their Form 990 or 990-EZ.

OMB No 1545-0047

2002
Employer identification nunber

Department of Die Tieasuiy Internal Revenue Service Name of Hie organualwn

36-3869459 Save A L i f e F o u n d a t i o n Part 1 1 Compensation of the Five Highest Paid Employees Other Than Officers, Directors, and Trustees
(See instructions List each one If there are none, enter 'None ') (a) Name and address of each em^yn |5p0a0d00 re
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(b) Title and average hours per week devoted to position

(c) Compensation plaraarSdefared compensatioi

(e) Expense account and other allowances

None

Total number of other employees paid over $50,000

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Part II

| Compensation of the Five High est Paid Independent Contractors for Professional Services
(See instructions List each one (whether individuals or firms) If there are none, enter 'None ') (b)Type of service (c) Compensation

(a) Name and address of each independent contractor paid more than $50,000

Bennett R

Krause Springfield, IL 62707
E s t a b l i s h f u n d i n g sources and c o n t r a c t s

2012 A p p l e t o n D r i v e ,

51,154

Total number of others receiving over $50 000 for professional services BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990 and Form 990-EZ
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Schedule A (Form 990 or 990 EZ) 2002

SCHEDULE A
(Form990or990-EZ)

- Organization Exempt Under Section 501(c)(3)
(Except Private Foundation) and Section 501(e), 501(f), 501 (k), 501 (n), or Section 4947(a)(1) Nonexempt Charitable Trust Supplementary Information — (See separate instructions.) MUST be completed by the above organizations and attached to their Form 990 or 990-EZ.

OMBNo 1545-0047

2003
Employer identification number

Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Name of the organization

Save A L i f e Foundation 36-3869459 | Compensation of the Five Highest Paid Employees Other Than Officers, Directors, and Trustees Part1
(See instructions List each one If there are none, enter 'None ') (a) Name and address of each em^°ayn !5p0a'0d0rre
e

(b) Title and average hours per week devoted to position

(c) Compensation

(d) Contributions to employee benefit plans and deferred compensation

(e) Expense account and other allowances

_None_

Total number of other employees paid over $50,000

>■

None

P a r t i | _ | Compensation of the Five Highest Paid Independent Contractors for Professional Services
(See instructions. List each one (whether individuals or firms) If there are none, enter 'None.') (a) Name and address of each independent contractor paid more than $50,000 (b) Type of service (c) Compensation

Bennett R. Krause 2012 Appleton D r i v e , S p r i n g f i e l d , IL 62707
E s t a b l i s h funding sources and c o n t r a c t s

70,769.

Total number of others receiving over $50,000 for professional services

*

None
Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2003

BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990 and Form 990-EZ.
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DIVIDER

Save A Life Foundation Special Board Meeting, SALF Headquarters December 10,2003/ 7AM to 12:12PM
Participants: President/Founder Carol J. Spizzirri, Chairman Walter Dudycz. Sec/Treasurer Alan Tbavisouk, Board Member John Donleavy Absent Board Member Dr. Mark MitcheU, Board Member Richard Snpher Recorder Secretary Alan Tbavisouk Guests: Irv Bock, Dane Neal Walter Dudycz at 7:45 AM Motion made by Alan Tbavisouk Vote is 4 yes 0 no Motion seconded by Walter Dudycz Point of Order. 4 Board Members present

Meeting called to order Nomination of John Donleavy was introduced to Board by Carol Spizziiri and nominated him as a new Board candidate for Board membership Member Treasurer's Report Irv Bock presented thefinancialsof S ALF and distributed a summary of activates that have been discovered that were done in error over the past months by bookkeeper Linda Post. Because of these errors and the co-mingling of funds by Ms. Post, Ms Post was terminated, It was discovered that Ms Post used one project budget to pay another project's operating expenses including funds that were earmarked for Summit related expenditures and she did not give truefinancialmonitoring reports. Thus comingling and incorrect monitoring reporting caused a diffident in most project budgets including the Summit's, causing the inability to pay expenditures. The discovery has caused the immediate lay off of all personnel with the exception of Dane Neal. It also caused Carol Spizziiri from receiving her monthly salary ($7,500 monthly) 9ince August, 2003 -

SALF is being funded solely by Carol Spizzirri'8 personal savings account Carol is pursuing payment for all outstanding invoices to help cover costs. Spizzirri, to date has wire transferred $20K from her personal saving and anticipates another $30K before the end of the year. Spizzirri stated that she is also concerned with the loss interests she has incurred over the last 10 years. In the event of a worst-case situation (bankruptcy), Walter Dudycz recommended that Carol Spizzirri be paid m Dudycz made a motion to amend previous whole. •■Standard Loan Policy and Terms Agreement" to reflect Spizzirri's Alan Tbavisouk requested Spizzirri to provide

Dudycz made a motion mat all funds Spizzirri advanced SALF since its founding 1993 berefundedto her baring interest as so declared by previous Board approval in 1995 and repaid to Carol as soon as the federal FY04 funds become available. Vote is 4 yes 0 no. Motion was seconded by Donleavy.

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additional advancements by the next Board Meeting for approval Vote is 4 yes 0 no. Motion was seconded by Thavisouk

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the board with a history of transactions summarizing all the loans she has tended, Alan Thavisouk requested that the Standard Loan Policy and Terms be drafted to reflect the outstanding loan due to Spizzirri since SALFs startup in 1993, totally nearly $80,000. Spizzirri reported that a similar agreement was developed by previous founding board in 1995 Immediate funds are available through Carol Spizzirri's personal savings account. In the event that additional funds are needed, Spizzim is hoping for the approval of an American Express credit account fev Bock reported that $20K per month is the minimum amount needed to stay afloat until March. SALF is expecting Federal funds of approximately $1.1 million in around that time.

Dudycz motioned that new Hiring Policies for permanent luring will include approval by the board. Temporary Hiring would continue to be approved by Executive Directors. Vote carried 4 yes 0 no. Motion was seconded by Donleavy.

Termination of Contractor

Walter Dudycz requested a briefing on the status of Bennett Krause, Contractor. Spizzirri presented a summary report drafted by Bennett Krause showing his work activities (attachment #2). Spizziiri cited concerns about the inconsistencies of report and of work relationship with Bennett Krause including and not limited to insubordination. Walter Dudycz introduced the names of several potential lobbing candidates for future consideration by the Board. Board has to approve new contracts for lobbyist on a 1-year contract with renewable clause.

Alan Thavisouk made a motion to terminate me contract of Bennett Krause effective immediately and mat Irv Bock draft a letter informing Krause of the Board's decision andforthe immediate return of all properties belonging to SALF. Motion was seconded by Spizzirri. Vote 4 yes 0 no. Motion accepted by Walter Dudycz Walter Dudycz agreed to head the search for a new lobbyist

Project Reports Centers for Disease Control Atlanta have been in regular communications with Spizzirri as to the status of the Congressional Appropriations. Status looks healthy since the Subcommittee met with CDC regarding their continued approval to maintain SALF within CDC's department E. Senate President Emil Jones to received SALF's Awardforsaving the life of a woman usine the Heimlich maneuver either January 14-

CDC Funding

Award IL State Funds

BENNETT R. KRAUSE

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Attachment to CMS 100 EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

Save A Life Foundation Schiller Park, IL

National Director of Legis/ative Affairs May 2002 10__ '" Ut.<~"",-'bo"( \ ?-o~ ~ 50+ Hours Per Week Duties and Responsibilities:
Serve as the National Director of Legislative Affairs for Save A Life Foundation (SALF). I direct legislative and review current programs to define areas of change that will help our ability to receive increases in appropriations that will assist in program expansion. Make program and policy recommendations; work with local and state legislators in Illinois as well as five other states to expand legislative programs in their respective areas. Also work with congressional leaders throughout the US to obtai n special appropriations for our programs.

Illinois Department of Employment Board of Review - Board Member Chicago,IL May 2002 - Present 20 Hours Per Week

Securities

Duties and Responsibilities:
Serves as board member on the IDES Board of Review. Primary responsibility is to review unemployment benefit claims and make decisions based upon the law to either approve or deny benefits to claimant. Hearings are conducted once per month in the Chicago office in which all board members are required to attend.

Teamsters Local 916 Legislative Liaison/Business Springfield, IL August 1998 - May 2002 60 + Hours Per Week

Agent

Duties and Responsibifities:
Served as Legisl ative Liai son/Business Agent for Teamsters Local 916. Was responsible for ali legislative and political strategies and contacts. Maintained and developed ongoing communications with elected officials and government agencies throughout the US. Provided political consult services to 10 Teamster locals throughout Illinois and coordinated activities With other labor

nizations in Illinois. Also was responsible for overseei the locals pol itical nd and made recommendations of who a for what purpose these funds used. Reviewed all legislation affect; the membership and recommendations to the president of the local. Was responsible for ia! events such as legisl ive recepti ation nars, p appreciation and holi parties, Served as for approximately 17 contracts. Among them a 2 nationwide.

law Offices of Shay & Perbix Marketing Coordinator Springfield,ll September 2000 - June 2002 15 Hours Per Week Duties and Responsibilities: Served as Marketing Coordinator to the law firm. Participated as coordinator in advertising that affected the firm; organized and conducted personal injury and worker compensation seminars; and promoted the practice among various labor organizations throughout Illinois.

Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler Investigator Springfield, IL March 1994 - September 2000 25 Hours Per Week Duties and Responsibilities: Served as Investigator for the Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler. Primary responsibilities included investigating worker compensation and fraud claims; interview clamant and witnesses; conduct worker compensation and personal injury seminars; and promoted the practice among various organizations throughout the state.

Illinois Department of Transportation Highway Maintainer Springfield, Il October 1987 - August 1998 40+ Hours Per Week Duties and Responsibilities: Employed by the Department of Transportation as a Highway Maintainer. Responsibilities were to maintain the road surfaces and right a ways of Illinois highways; participated in snow removal operations; and operated maintenance machinery as required by a specific duty. I am currently on a leave of absence tram this position.

Illinois Department

of Transportation

Security Guard Springfield, IL July 1985 - October 1987 40 Hours Per Week

Duties and Responsibilities:
Employed by the Department of Transportation as a Security Guard. Responsi bi I i ties Included safeguarding the Oepartment of Transportation taci Iities, bui Idi ngs and grounds and patrol agency property; monitored and controlled access to department facilities; prepared reports of activities and Incidents occurring on assigned shift; and guided building occupants to designated areas of safety during fie or weather emergencies and drills.

Secretary of State Ground Maintenance Supervisor Springfield, IL April 1983 - July 1985 37 V2 Hours Per Week

Duties and Responsibilities:
Employed by the Secretary of State as a Ground Maintenance Supervisor. Supervised 18 full time employees and 20 student workers. Assigned daily duties and managed timekeeping tor all employees including benefit time earned and taken. Was responsi ble for providi ng the mai ntenance and upkeep of landscaping and grounds around the Capitol Complex. Responsible for changing the US and Legislative Flags flown on top of the Illinois State Capitol Building when worn or Governor deemed otherwise.