Kotzem, 93, a retired
Foreign Service employee, died Jan.
The huge gender gap among the working retired
has to be noted.
5 : to get away from action or danger : retreat <The army retired
from the battlefield.
Unlike new or recently purchased products that are returned to a manufacturer, retired
high-tech assets have been used for three to four years.
Finally, he contends that these poor, retired
generals (who collect rather handsome pensions, by the way) have been subject to "character assassination" by the administration.
The initiative was launched Sunday with the all-day project at the Lopp home and a similar project a couple miles away at the home of a retired
film industry worker.
That ruling concludes that HRA coverage and reimbursements are excludible from the gross income of employees and retired
employees under Secs.
Ray) Ross, retired
(formerly president & COO, Cincinnati Milacron Plastics Machinery Div.
As book editor of Anglican Journal for 11 years (he retired
from the newspaper in May 2001), Mr.
Amend to read: Retired
life members shall receive a retired
life membership card, shall pay no dues, shall maintain all the privileges of active membership, and receive the ADAA Journal at no additional charge.
It is most suitable for retired
women, as they need to continue generating income yet also need capital appreciation to counter their loss of purchasing power.
Although legislation establishing special compensation to military longevity retirees who have combat-related disabilities was passed by the 107th Congress, most disabled retirees must forfeit one dollar of retired
pay for every dollar of VA disability compensation they receive.