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The Retired State Employees Association (RSEA) is an independent, all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization of retired State of Illinois employees and their survivors. Chartered in 1976, its purpose is to promote and protect the interests of State retirees and their survivors. Since its inception, RSEA has played an active role in protecting and improving the pensions and benefits of State retirees.

If you are a current or retired state employee, RSEA belongs in your present and your future.

If you have worked for the State of Illinois and are qualified to receive benefits from the State Employees Retirement System (SERS) or if you are the spouse or survivor of a retiree and qualify for benefits, you can benefit by membership in RSEA.

To read a message from RSEA President Bruce Strom, click here.

To read the RSEA by-laws, click here – By-Laws.


St. John’s Lutheran Church
Family Life Center
2477 W, Washington St.
Springfield, Illinois

March 25, 2015 – 1:30pm

Kari Catton from the New Salem State Park.

A review of shows for the coming 2015 season at
Kelso Hollow Theater, aka “Theater in the Park”.
Also, what it takes to produce these shows.


222 N. LaSalle, Rm 710
Chicago, Illinois

March 18, 2015 – 1:00pm

Derrick McClinton, retired Chicago police officer,
founder of the Edgewater/Rogers Park Black Family Network,
and recipient of the Edgewater Living Treasure Award
from the Edgewater Historical Society and Museum.

Mr. McClinton will share highlights of his career
and tips on how to stay healthy.

** rsvp two business days prior to the scheduled meeting date.
Email: rseachi@aol.com