Articles about Member Stories that may be useful to Massachusetts retirees.
NOVEMBER 2000 -
Now Back At His Crossing Guard Job - Although the transplant of pigs' heart valves to replace human heart
valves is becoming somewhat common, Association member Bob Cole wants
to vouch for the success of this procedure.
NOVEMBER 2000 -
Our Man In Western Mass - Our Association's vice presidents and executive board members are
strategically located throughout the Commonwealth. One of our
hardest-working and most dedicated vice presidents is Jack Walsh, vice
president of the Western Mass District.
SEPTEMBER 2000 - Have
you ever heard of a city in Massachusetts that owns its own farm? Well,
we hadn't either until Jim O'Brien, with the title of Farm Manager, ran
for a seat on the Peabody Retirement Board as a member of the Peabody
Was Another Full House As Members Attended Our Annual Florida Gulf
Coast Meeting In St. Petersburg This February On A Fine 75° Day.
MAY 2000 -
Salem Rep Is A True Role Model - Some people would consider the Massachusetts Legislature an unlikely
place to look for a hero -- a person that the youth of our state could
look up to.
In October, 1969 The First State Police Dive
Team completed its training at the New England Divers, Beverly, Mass.
JANUARY 2000 - They've Endured Wars, Depression, Catastrophes And Personal Losses, Yet Their Spirits Remain High - In
this millennium edition of the Voice we are honoring several of our
members who on January 1, 2000 will hold the very rare honor of having
lived in three different centuries - 1800, 1900, 2000.
NOVEMBER 1999 - Our Members Answered The Call: They Served Their Country At Home And
Abroad And Returned To Serve the Public Here In Massachusetts - As
we continue to profile members in our version of The Greatest
Generation, this month we are featuring Helen Schmidt, Ronnie Hayes,
and Tom Convery, all of whom came of age during the Great Depression
and Second World War.
SEPTEMBER 1999 - Americans From All Walks Of Life Pulled Together
As Never Before - As
we continue to profile members in our version of Tom Browkaw's
best-seller The Greatest Generation, this month we are featuring Walter
Zagol, Jean Lockhart and Bill Baker, all of whom came of age during the
Great Depression and Second World War.
JULY 1999 -
Our Members Made It The Greatest! - Without Complaint They Served
Their Country In War And Returned To Serve Their Government At Home. A March article on Frank Scordino,
which was our version of Tom Brokaw's bestseller "The Greatest
Generation," has evoked the memories of several members who were of