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Form of Notice of Change To Long Term Disability Benefit And Tax Election Form

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Sectors: Manufacturing
Effective Date: May 31, 2007
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Exhibit 10(j)


[Executive Officer]


Craig Mockler


May 18, 2007


Required By: May 31, 2007


As part of our ongoing review process we have enhanced the Long Term Disability (LTD) benefit for all employees on the executive payroll (Grade 19 and above, General Managers and Vice Presidents). The change, which was effective as of April 15, 2007, increases the maximum monthly benefit to which you may be entitled under the LTD plan. With this change, your new LTD benefit is two-thirds (2/3) of your annual compensation 1 up to $595,000. This is a significant increase in your potential LTD benefit, from a cap of $8,888 per month to $33,000 per month.

Your new LTD benefit will be achieved through the issuance of two (2) separate insurance policies: (1) a group policy having a maximum monthly benefit of $15,000; and (2) an individual insurance policy having a maximum monthly benefit of up to $18,000. When combined, your new benefit will replace two-thirds (2/3) of your annual compensation up to $595,000.

The cost of your LTD benefit is paid by Parker and is determined based on individual factors, including your age.

[The following two paragraphs would be included only in letters sent to executives who participate in Parker' s Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan.]

As a participant of Parker' s Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (" SERP" ), if you have at least 10 years of service and become disabled as defined in the LTD plan, you are eligible for early retirement under the SERP. Your SERP benefit would be 55% of your annual compensation, less the following:

(a) Company contributions towards your Social Security benefits;

(b) 1% per year for the first 5 years before age 65;

(c) 2% per year for any additional
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