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2005 TIAA Charity Golf Tournament


The TI Alumni Association raised more than $20,000 to benefit The Senior Source - The Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas - at the sixth annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament on September 12, 2005. This boosts to more than $120,000 the total money the TIAA golf tournament has raised over the past five years to help improve the quality of life for seniors in the North Texas area. Some 73 golfers registered to play in the 2005 tournament Sept.12 at Oakridge Country Club in Garland.

2013 On-My-Own-Time Art Exhibit


There were 44 artists, (active TIers, retirees, TI contractors, and spouses) who participated in this year’s On My Own Time (OMOT) Art Competition, entering 76 art objects, in eight categories. All entries were exhibited at the Dallas Texins Activity Center from August 6 through 16. First Place winners, “Best of Show”, and “People’s Choice” are eligible to participate in the region-wide art exhibition at NorthPark Center from September 15-29. Congratulations to the winners and all who participated. 

2005 TIAA Annual Meeting


The Texas Instruments Alumni Association celebrated the TI 75th anniversary at its sixth annual membership meeting May 25. A 75th anniversary banner and a TI history of innovation timeline set the theme for TIAA members who gathered in the Hall of State at Fair Park in Dallas. TIAA elected officers and heard Phil Ritter tell about the anniversary commemoration and talk about TI innovation - past and present. Phil is TI senior vice president and manager of public affairs.

2000 TIAA Annual Business Meeting


The TI Alumni Association held its first Annual Membership Meeting May 18 at the Texins Center, with 160 TI retirees in attendance. The meeting saw the newly formed association electing officers and approving its by-laws and constitution, and included an outstanding presentation on TI’s business by TI Senior Vice President Steve Leven.


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