Retirement

Brady Deaton

Mizzou Chancellor Brady Deaton Retiring November 15

Deaton, who was named chancellor in 2004, announced his retirement Wednesday in Columbia. The university has not named his replacement.

06/12/2013

Lake of the Ozarks

Missouri Ranks High on ‘Best States for Retirement’ List

Missouri comes in as the eleventh-best retirement state, ahead of Florida and Arizona. Illinois is listed as number 20.

05/25/2013

Jeff Theerman

MSD Executive Director Jeff Theerman Announces Job Change

Mr. Theerman’s last day is January 11, 2013. He has accepted a position with environmental engineering consulting firm Brown and Caldwell.

12/04/2012

A Romney supporter at an event in Virginia (Photo credit: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/GettyImages)

Opinion: Despite Obama Attacks Romney Will Win The Senior Vote

Obama has been moving the needle with seniors using distorted arguments about Social Security and Medicare. Fortunately for GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney, seniors’ top concern is the economy’s struggles under Obama and seniors have overwhelming voted Republican in the last two presidential elections.

09/28/2012

Flag

TIAM: Feeling Ready To Retire?

Will you be ready to retire later on down the road?

09/19/2012

jesse jackson

Rev Jackson: US Rep Son Has No Plans To Retire

The Rev. Jesse Jackson says his son has no plans to step down from the U.S. House, but offered no timeline for the Chicago Democrat’s recovery.

08/05/2012

Illinois State Workers

Illinois House Panel Targets Retiree Health Care

The subsidy costs Illinois $876 million a year

05/02/2012

UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Wide Receiver Torry Holts Signs 1-Day Contract, Then Retires

The Rams held a news conference to honor Holt, who spent his first 10 seasons with the team.

04/04/2012

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Kevin Killeen’s Whole ‘nother Story — Tony La Russa Has Escaped

Today, Kevin feels left behind, as Tony La Russa hops the fence and gets away from St. Louis…  

11/01/2011

St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa gives reporters reasons for announcing his retirement during a press conference at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on October 31, 2011. La Russa, (67) who managed the Cardinals for 16 seasons guided his club to the franchise's 11th World Championship just days ago. La Russa has 2,728 career wins. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa Announces His Retirement

The World Series win over Texas was the third for the 67-year-old.

10/31/2011

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