Annual Partners
  
alt Anthem logo alt alt
Welcome !
Advocating for Active and Retired
State Employees and Educators
  
The Georgia State Retirees Association (GSRA) is an organization focused on keeping retirees and prospective retirees from all parts of Georgia Government informed about any impacts to promised retiree and health insurance benefits.
To contact your legislators: Find your U.S. legislator HEREGeorgia House Members contact info HEREGeorgia Senate Members contact info HERE

 

The 2022 GSRA Annual Meeting at Lake Blackshear Resort in Cordele, GA was an unqualified success! View links below and stay tuned for additional videos, pictures, and updates!

Click HERE to view GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting PowerPoint PICTURES!

GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting Chairman Allan Hill composes and sings Annual Meeting theme song: "We need a 3% COLA"!! HERE

Gubernatorial Candidates Gov. Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams record videos for the GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting: Click HERE for Governor Kemp's video - Click HERE for Stacey Abrams' video

Click HERE to view Legislative Update PowerPoint prepared for the GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting by Legislative Liaison Chuck Freedman

View AMBA PowerPoint presented at the GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting HERE

View Estate Planning PowerPoint presented at the GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting HERE

View SHBP PowerPoint presented at the GSRA 2022 Annual Meeting HERE

Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams Meets with GSRA Representatives and Issues a Statement of Support for Georgia State Retirees

Rep. John Carson Commends Cost-of-Living Adjustment for Retired State Employees 

GSRA Board approves FY23-25 Strategic Plan

 ERS Board Acts to Approve a 1.5% COLA for Retirees

3/16/22: Legislative Liason Chuck Freedman advocates for meaningful COLAs and GSEPS COLA eligibility to House Retirement Committee

2/17/22: GSRA President Beverly Littlefield Makes Case for Meaningful COLAs to ERS Board

View 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Members, login and click here: Newsletters to read the November 2022 Newsletter.
 

The November Newsletter contains a memorial honoring Speaker David Ralston, information about the 2022 Annual Meeting evaluations, and more.

 

 

 

 

Your Legislative Committee has been active, meeting with a key advisor to Gov. Kemp and with several important legislators to obtain support for our issues. We will report on further progress in upcoming weeks. Our professional liaison Chuck Clay and our other Legislative Committee members continue to meet with those legislators including Lt. Governor Duncan, and both house's retirement committee chairs, John Carson and Randy Robertson.