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Our local chapters carry out our mission of volunteering for communities and advancing local education initiatives.


All members of the Indiana Retired Teachers Association should think of themselves as members of this state committee.

If our members want to assist us in the struggle to get help from the Indiana State Legislature, they need to keep finding new members to raise our numbers.

When we go to the legislature with 23,000 members, they do listen. However, we must make up 700 to 1,000 new members each year due to the deaths of our retired educators. If we don't all work at getting new members, our association and our influence with the legislature will be more challenging.

We invite you to look at these brochures and talk to your friends about joining the Indiana Retired Teachers Association.

IRTA Membership Notes

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Deborah Doan Greene Member
Paula Dyer Wabash Chair
Catherine Franklin Pulaski Member
Wilma Hardesty Lake Member
Barbara Heath Johnson Member
Arlan King Rush Member
Sandra Kunce Kosciusko Member
Kenneth Pierce Parke-Vermillion Member
Julia Teuschler Whitewater Valley Member
Mary Weber Ripley Member