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All face-to-face TIAA activities are cancelled, due to COVID-19 pandemic,



TIAA "Virtual" Annual Meeting Held June 25


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 TIAA Annual Meeting was conducted as a “virtual” meeting, over Zoom. Attendees heard presentations from both TIAA President Debi Heaton and Andy Smith, Executive Director of the TI Foundation. Andy’s presentation included a TI update as well as a summary of the TI Foundation’s COVID-19 related work supporting employees, customers, and communities at locations around the world. 


Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is required to notify participants of important changes to the TI Welfare Benefits Plan and/or the TI Retiree Health Benefit Plan (collectively the “Plan”).

With the escalating needs across our country and local communities because of the impact of COVID-19, the TI Alumni Association will host an online United Way giving campaign, April 17 to May 1.

TIAA has been notified that TI will postpone the United Way Campaign, originally set for April, to later this summer. The campaign plans included a large number of volunteer events with active TIers going out in the community to visit United Way agencies.

Crossroads Community Services (CCS) is now located just off Cockrell Hill Road, in a new and large home.  Here they partner with educational and medical institutions in Dallas County in order to provide more holistic solutions to deeply entrenched social and economic problems b

An informative and useful financial and tax seminar was held at the Texins Activity Center on February 20, with some 30 retirees, former TIers and guests in attendance. The financial seminar was presented by Steven Combest, CFP.
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