NARFE - Wyoming Federation
Wyoming Federation

WYOMING Federation Officers

 

Federation President: 

Mark Opitz

12263 East Henrie Roadway

Evansville, WY 82636

mwopitz@gmail.com

 

Federation Vice-President

 Diana Bartke

1060 Escalara St.

Laramie, WY 82072

 

Federation Secretary/Treasurer:

Derrel Caruth

 

Past Federation President

Diana Bartke

1060 Escalara St.

Laramie, WY 82072

 

 

Federation Appointive Chairs:

Legislative Chairman:                         Ed Chase

Chaplain:                                           Dick Glandt

Alzheimer’s Chairman:                        Leroy Dockter

PAC/FEEA Chairman:                          Ed Chase

Webmaster                                        Jerry Franklin

Membership                                       John Cundy

 Public Affairs                                     Blaine Murphy

Wyoming Federation

         The Colorado Federation is having a Conference to be held on 27&28 June 2019. This is a biennial event and you are cordially invited to attend. The Registration Fee has been REDUCED to only $40.00.

The Conference will help guide attendees through their NARFE position and/or their personal growth. There will be several presentationson three things that NARFE needs to provide to the membership. The Conference theme is "Learn, Help, Meet", What's in it For Me? Each Chapter meeting or event should provide all of these to help meet veryone's expectations. The Conference will open with Corinne Hancock, an outside speaker who will enlighten participants on the changing atmosphere we face and that leaders need to develop in the "new ways to effectively collaborate with others" and "enhance the effictiveness of our communication"!

More information is available on the Colorado Websitw at www.narfe-colorado.com

 

 

Also be aware that our Casper Blue Cross, Blue Shield representative is Alex Sayler, FEP/Major Accounts Manager, Marketing, Phone contact at (307)441-6409

 

 

Mission Statement

-To support legislation beneficial to current federal employees and annuitants and to oppose legislation contrary to their interests.

-To promote the general welfare of current and potential federal annuitantsby advising them with respect to their rights under retirement laws and regulations.

-To cooperate with other organizations and associations in the furtherance of these general  objectives.

 

 

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