OFFICE CLOSURE: Due to anticipated severe weather associated with Hurricane Zeta, TRSL will close at 12 p.m., Wednesday, October 28.

All TRSL meetings and appointments scheduled during the office closure will be rescheduled for a later date. 

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2020 TRSL Board elections: Gildig & Julien re-elected to board seats

October 5, 2020

Baton Rouge—Holly Bridges Gildig, M.Ed. and Ricky Julien, Sr., M.Ed. were re-elected to their trustee positions on the TRSL Board. Results of the 2020 elections were announced at the board’s October meeting.   DISTRICT 5:   Holly Bridges Gildig, M.Ed., of Albany, received 59.85% of the vote. Other candidates, Chris Pealer (Monroe) and Gavin Vitter (Madisonville), received 20.82% and 19.33% of the vote, respectively. ...

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TRSL Board names next director

August 11, 2020

At its July meeting, the TRSL Board of Trustees selected Katherine Whitney to become the next director of the retirement system.  Whitney will replace Dana L. Vicknair, who is retiring after 32 years of public service—all but six of which were served at TRSL. “I have had a wonderful career and enjoyed serving the members and retirees of this system for over 25 years,” Vicknair said. “I am so excited for Katherin...

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Accessing TRSL member services

May 15, 2020

As Phase 1 of reopening the state begins, TRSL would like to remind members that they can continue to get answers to their retirement/benefit questions and other member services through phone, email, and TRSL’s secure online Member Access. Members can also continue to submit documents through normal delivery methods, including mail, email, and fax.  TRSL Building: We have not yet opened the TRSL building for in-person ...

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Federal stimulus and you

March 31, 2020

The federal stimulus bill became law last Friday and is now known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The CARES Act addresses the economic impact the United States and the American people face as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Most notably, the CARES Act is set to provide individuals and families funding in the form of tax rebates to help relieve some of the financial burden felt by all. Tax rebate ch...

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