The Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund was established as a voluntary pension system in 1955 by the Georgia General Assembly, to supplement primary pension benefits provided by entities establishing fire departments.
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS!
Jim Meynard, the Executive Director of the GFPF, advised the Trustees at a recent meeting of the Board that he will retire effective April 30, 2014. "I have accomplished all that was asked of me from the outset, and then some. It has been a most fulfilling and rewarding experience, but now, it is time for me to go," said Jim. In keeping with an established transition and succession plan, the Board promoted Morgan Wurst, Assistant Treasurer, to the interim position of Deputy Director, wherein he will begin to assume some of Jim's responsibilities over the course of the next several months. Jim and Toni will be moving into their new home in Acworth, Georgia, where he is planning to spend a lot of time remodeling and a little time fishing and golfing.
Notice to Members: Ms. Renee Smith has joined the Georgia Firefighters’ Pension Fund as the Executive Assistant, replacing Juanita Whetzel and reporting to the Executive Director. Renee was formerly employed as the Office Manager and Executive Assistant of Empire Marketing Strategies of Conyers, Georgia, prior to their move to Tucker, Georgia. She is a dedicated and skilled business professional with over 20 years’ experience as an office manager and executive administrative assistant. She resides in Covington, Georgia. Please join us in welcoming Renee to the Pension Fund.
Executive Director announces retirement
Executive Director announces retirement. See notices below.
The Fall Newsletter has been mailed and is also available by clicking here
GFPF welcomes Renee Smith as the new Executive Assistant, see Notices below
The Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report is now available. Please click here to view.
Effective July 1, 2013, dues increased to $25.00. For further information, view the Special Newsletter by clicking here.
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