account was with National Envelope Corp in St Louis. This plant closed 16 years ago
William and Larry have provided good information on ways to track down your old 401(k) account from National Envelope Corp. As William mentioned, National Envelope is now part of Cenveo, Inc. headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. I would recommend contacting Cenveo and ask for the HR Dept. Their phone number is 203-595-3000. They should be able to find out if you still have an account balance and provide instructions on how to access your account and request a distribution. Let me know if you have further questions. Good luck in your quest.
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William has done some of the work for you with his answer. Here’s a couple of links to other steps you may find yourself needing to take in case you don’t get a satisfactory answer from the current company, especially after so many years … http://www.401khelpcenter.com/faq/faq_39.html#.VceVBVPbLtQ and http://www.denverpost.com/ci_23563540/tracking-down-old-401-k-accounts-is-tricky .
Note that the first step, listed at the end of the 401khelpcenter piece, is to verify that you actually participated and made contributions. Memories are fallible, so having something concrete showing that you did or did not participate with contributions may save you a lot of time and frustration in the long run.
Wishing you the best as you track it down … Larry
Rodney, Another place one may look for old retirement money, especially if the money was in a plan sponsored by a company that long ago got sold or went out of business, and if the money was in a plan that was terminated and already liquidated, is to contact your State Government offices by either calling or going to their website. What you want to find out is, does your State have your money because it was "escheated" to the State. It is quite common that if a plan participant cannot be found when money is owed to them, the plan must send the participant's money to the State. The State then holds onto the money until the participant makes a claim for the money with the State. If everything goes well, the Star will then pay the money to you.
I hope this helps. I wish you good luck.