About Us


The Fort Worth Retired Teachers Association was formally incorporated under President Mayhew Mantor on February 15, 1967. The name was changed to the Fort Worth Retired School Employees Association on September 21, 1988, when Dr. Ruth Cameron Amend was President.




 The Fort Worth Retired School Employees Association (FWRSEA) advocates improved benefits for all education retirees and promotes the well-being of its members. 



Our Purpose and Objectives of the Association shall be to:


Section I.  Purposes:  To promote preservation and maintenance of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas Pension Trust Fund for purposes as established in Article XVI, Section 67 of the Constitution of the State of Texas; to ensure that the Pension Trust Fund is preserved to pay, upon retirement, annuities and future annuity increases to the retired members of the Texas Retirement System of Texas; and to work with the Texas Legislature and the United States Congress to protect, promote, and defend the interests of Teacher Retirement System of Texas members.


Section II.  Objectives:  To cooperate with associations of retired school employees of equal status, associations of retired school employees, as other associations of retired persons in solving problems of mutual concern; to encourage retired school employees to give voluntarily of their time, talent, training, and experiences in the furtherance of educational and civic endeavors in the community, state, and nation; to promote the professional, economic, intellectual, social, and healthy well-being of retired school employees and to encourage active school employees to prepare in advance for retirement by making them aware of the importance of the Association and TRTA.


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