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 Updated November 30, 2016 11:57 am
 
The CSEA Retiree Unit Executive Board represents 10 Retiree Districts throughout the state. The Retiree Unit provides an organized program for retirees to promote communication among all retirees and address issues that impact their lives. Members of the Retiree Unit also assist CSEA’s active membership in accomplishing their goals.   
 
2016-2017 Board of Directors 
Front row l-r: District H Director Jim Vinion, RUEB Secretary Teri Minoux, RUEB Chairman Ron Duva, District K Director Sandy Dabney, District F Director Susan Adams.

Back row l-r: District A Director Joe Rao, District I Director Jennie Batiste, District C Director Sandy Silva, District B Director Tony Lockwood, District G Director Dawn Bronsema, District D Director Beth Kieffer, District E Director Faye Lane, Staff Coordinator Nadine Franklin.              


 Videos
Keynote speaker Carl Zilli

Closing ceremony part 1

Closing ceremony part 2

 





RAFFLE


Available to CSEA Members/Staff Only



7 NIGHTS STAY LAHAINA MAUI

2 BEDROOM CONDO

WINNER MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE AT CONDO

no passing on the ticket to someone else

*Ticket donations are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00

*Proceeds will benefit the CSEA Retiree Unit Granny Grant Scholarship Funds

*Drawing will be held at: May 2017 Retiree Unit Board Meeting

*Need not be present to win

*Winner will be notified by phone

*Contact your Retiree Unit District Director for additional Information

Condo Information:

Private Residence located in Napilihau Village Maximum Capacity is 4

2 Bedroom; Master Queen Bed, 2nd Bedroom has 2 Twin Beds 1 full bathroom and a ½ bath that includes washer/dryer No Air Conditioning, ceiling fans only

Parking for rental car

½ mile drive to beach

 
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 Chairman's Message

SUMMER VACATION

Do you remember when you were a kid and had to go back to school in the Fall?  I remember muttering under my breath “Darn it, I was just beginning to have fun!” or a little more colorful words to that effect.  My family was lucky enough to live in a house by a lake.  My brothers, sisters, cousins, friends and I spent our summers outdoors filled with playful adventures and fun.  We would be in and out of the water swimming and sunbathing on the shore.  We would go fishing and were filled with delight when we caught a bunch of small sunfish. This is when I learned a good lesson.  You see I thought I would clean these little fish so we could have them for dinner.  However, after hours spent removing their little heads and entrails there remained very little fish left to eat.  Lesson learned throw the little ones back.  The real joy was in the catching.

We caught butterflies, crickets, pollywogs, frogs, crawdads and garter snakes but we’re always on the lookout for those “big snappers” (snapping turtles). At night we would fall asleep watching the blinking lights of the “light’n bugs” (fire flies) that we caught and placed in a ventilated mason jar on the windowsill.  We were tuckered out and life was good.

I remember going back to school after another great summer vacation and my teacher, Mrs. Aaronson, asked us to write an essay on “What I did on my summer vacation”.  Summer was over and I was back to school again.  “D@#%  it!!”  But being the little smart aleck kid that I was, I turned in a 3 word essay.  “I HAD FUN.”  When I got my essay back Mrs. Aaronson had circled my grade in red ink.  D essay & B+ honesty.

 I think Mrs. Aaronson would have liked this essay better.

Brothers and Sisters, it’s summer vacation time again.  Whether you are going on a summer vacation or summer staycation, I hope you’ll have a good time.  If you are not having a good time, try thinking back to a good time you had as a kid.  It helps.

Remember, Fall will be here before you can blink twice. CSEA school assignments and duties will begin again not to mention Political flyers in your mailbox and wall to wall TV political ads.

In Solidarity,

Ron Duva, Chairman

CSEA Retiree Unit Board of Directors



 
 
 
 
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Retiree Unit District Webpages
District A Updated 4/13/2014  
District B Updated 11/30/2016
District C  
District D Updated 3/20/2016
District E Updated 11/15/2016
District F Updated 11/10/2016              
District G
District H Updated 10/23/2016                 
District I Updated 11/16/2016
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RETIREE UNIT EXECUTIVE BOARD


Chairperson
RONALD DUVA

Secretary
TERI MINOUX

District A
JOSEPH RAO

District B
ANTHONY LOCKWOOD

District C
SANDY SILVA

District D
BETH KIEFFER

District E
FAYE LANE

District F
SUSAN ADAMS

District G
DAWN BRONSEMA

District H
JAMES VINION

District I
JENNIE BATISTE

District K
SANDY DABNEY

Coordinator
NADINE FRANKLIN