TIAA members learned a lot about Texas musicians on June 9 during our tour.
The Texas Musicians Museum is in Irving, Texas.
TIAA members braved the driving rain storm, hopped on a bus and visited the Texas Musicians Museum in Irving on June 9. This museum is becoming known as the premier conservatory of Texas music history. We had a private, guided tour by a very knowledgeable volunteer who gave us the inside scoop on fascinating memorabilia from famous musicians in many genres such as country, blues, heavy metal, Tejano, Rock 'n Roll, etc. We literally saw thousands of pieces from the rich and diverse Texas music scene pertaining to Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper, Bob Wills and the Light
More than 60 TI retirees, former TIers, and guests attended the Annual Meeting of the TI Alumni Association, held May 25, at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas.
On May 10 twenty-one TIAA members hopped on a bus to Arlington and attended a Texas Rangers vs San Diego Padres baseball game -- plus we availed ourselves of the promotional $1 hotdog night for dinner. The Ranger's ace pitcher, Yu Darvish, happened to be on the mound (it's always fun to watch hi
Go, go, go -- so that's what the TIAA members group did as a dozen of us met in Oklahoma City on May 3 to spend a few days viewing the landmark OKC National Memorial (once at night and again the following day). The attached, interactive museum, covering the devastating April 1995 bombing honors
On April 27 nine TIAA volunteers arrived at the house of a senior who needed a ramp to increase his mobility. The recipient turned out to be James Lewis, a TI retiree with 35 years of service who retired in 1991. He was a locksmith and worked in the North Building. Probably
On Wednesday April 26th, TIAA members were treated to a seminar that focused on a variety of financial topics. First, they were given an update on the status on the economy by Financial Advisor Lisa Calloway. This included an update on last year's presidential election and th