The TI Alumni Association (TIAA) is teaming up again with active TIers for the 17th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament, but with a new format. There will be two flights in the tournament; one for Retirees and one for Active TI golfers.
Retirees, former TIers and guests enjoyed a tasty and informative seminar hosted by Windsor Senior Living on July 25.
Cathy Sperling, MA Biomedical/Health Ethics, gave a comprehensive presentation on “Things to Consider When Choosing Community Lifestyles”. She serves as Director of Sales & Marketing for Windsor, and has many years of experience in helping Seniors with transitions in housing. Cathy explained a range of options, with the pros and cons of each, and reviewed the licensing requirements of the facilities.
TIAA members, retirees and former TIers are invited to view the entries in the 2016 On My Own Time (OMOT) exhibition, and cast their vote for People’s Choice.
Texas Instruments recently posted its tenth annual Corporate Citizenship Report (CCR), outlining the company’s social and environmental performance for 2015.
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. President Larry James, called the meeting to order and gave an update of all the activities over the past fiscal year. He noted that there were currently more than 1,500 TIAA members, with 51% being life-time members.
The 2016 annual meeting to elect officers for the TI Alumni Association will be held at RFAB, TI’s wafer fab facility in Richardson. It is the world's most advanced facility for analog chip manufacturing. The meeting on May 26 will begin at 1:30 pm with a reception and refreshments in the RFAB’s new conference center. The business meeting will begin at 2:00 pm, followed by comments from Tom Weichel, Manager of RFAB, who will also give a brief update on TI.
Four representatives from the TI Alumni Association recently met at TI with executives from Towers Watson’s OneExchange where they had the opportunity to voice fellow retirees’ concerns and report gaps experienced during open enrollment. The meeting was organized by TI’s Health Benefits team, who prepared this summary for TI retirees.
In 2015, Medicare-eligible TI retirees were transitioned to OneExchange for the purchase of their health care coverage to supplement their Medicare coverage. Several retirees reported various issues with the OneExchange process. As a result, the Health Benefits team at TI has arranged a meeting at TI on March 17 to discuss and resolve these issues. Executives from OneExchange and representatives from the TI Alumni Association (TIAA) have been invited to the meeting. If you had an experience you would like to share, good or bad, please send your comments via email to the TIAA admin at