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March 28th, 2009
Texas State retirees annual meeting coming up


The Retired Faculty and Staff Association will hold its second annual spring business meeting on Monday, April 13, at the Price Seniors Center, located at 222 W. San Antonio Street in San Marcos.

The get-together will begin with a social and light breakfast at 9:30 a.m., followed by a business meeting at 10 a.m. Presiding over the meeting will be the organization’s president, Dr. Marianne Reese.

The meeting agenda will include reviewing how the organization developed, constitution and bylaw review and the election of officers for the 2009-2010 membership year. Texas State’s Vice President for University Advancement Rebecca Prince, who was instrumental in efforts to organize the retirees’ organization, will speak briefly to the attendees. Dr. Gregg Andrews, professor of history and assistant director of the Center for Texas Music History, will make a presentation and give a brief performance.

Last year’s gathering attracted more than 50 members and prospective members. Today, the membership stands at more than 170.

Following the meeting, members are invited to stay for lunch at Price Center. Lunch prices vary from $6.95 to $8 with choices of a daily special,sandwiches, soups, salads and delicious homemade desserts that are served while they last.

The RFSA was organized in 2007 to help strengthen the connection among Texas State retirees. Primary goals of the organization include representing retired faculty and staff regarding university benefits and other issues directly relevant to retirees; serving as a conduit for improving communication between the university and retired faculty and staff; enhancing the participation of retired faculty and staff in university activities; developing and organizing activities and events of special interest to retirees; and identifying and supporting scholarships, lectures and other university special events.

Major accomplishments to date have included providing valuable input to the university’s retiree benefits policy, developing an official website, getting retirees who want to be listed in the published and on-line faculty and staff directory and refining the university’s retiree contact information.
Membership is open to all Texas State University retirees and surviving spouses of deceased retirees.

Retired faculty and staff members of other accredited colleges or universities may become Associate Members. For more information regarding the RFSA, check the organization’s website at

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