More than 65 golfers participated in the TIAA fifth Annual Charity Golf Tournament, held September 20 at the Oakridge Country Club in Garland, to benefit The Senior Source (Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas). It was a great tournament and TI retirees enjoyed renewing old friendships. At the awards ceremony, a check was presented by Ed Hassler, TIAA President, and Courtney Miller, TI retiree and tournament co-organizer, to Molly Bogen, Executive Director, The Senior Source, representing the $22,600 raised by golfers, sponsors, and individual retiree contributors.
On a bright and cool day when comments such as "awesome" and "perfect" were used to describe the weather, some 86 golfers teed off for the 18th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament at the Woodbridge Golf Club in Wylie, TX. By the end of the day, the tournament had raised $22,025 in donations to benefit The Senior Source.
Dallas Public Library, 1515 Young Street, 7th Floor
The TIAA Annual Meeting to elect officers will be held this year on the recently restored 7th Floor of the Dallas Public Library, where a special program will be presented on the impact of the TI Founders on the City of Dallas and its institutions. We will also hear about the digital resources now available in the library system. Following the program, there will be a tour of the 7th Floor, including an opportunity to view a rare printed copy of The Declaration of Independence, one of only a few known to be in existence.
The TI Alumni Association (TIAA) teamed up again with active TIers for the 17th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament on October 24 and raised over $18K for The Senior Source.
The TIAA/Texins Association golf tournament benefited two worthwhile charities, the United Way by active TIers and The Senior Source by TI Alumni. TI and the Texans Credit Union underwrote costs of the tournament, so that 100% of donations went directly to the charities.
More than 80 TIAA members, spouses and guests were in attendance for the 17th Annual Business Meeting of the TI Alumni Association, held May 26, at TI’s RFAB in Richardson.
TIAA members met on May 14 for the TIAA Annual Meeting. It was held at the beautiful Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Center, a favorite location for many of our members. Refreshments were served and buses ran from the Texins Activity Center on the Expressway site and the Hampton Road DART station in south Oak Cliff. Trisha Cunningham, TI's Chief Citizenship Officer, was the featured speaker. We elected officers for 2015-2016 and then members were free to enjoy seeing the gardens and attractions at the Arboretum.
The 15th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament raised more than $36,400 in donations and pledges for two worthwhile charities: the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and The Senior Source. TI and the Texans Credit Union were underwriters for the tournament, making it possible for 100 percent of the donations to go directly to the charities