OEA-Retired Created Video
OEA-Retired Membership Committee created a DVD and brochure about the benefits of joining the Retired organization of OEA and NEA while still an active member. The title is Working for Your Future...Keep Growing with Us, and it can be view on YouTube. You can view it by going to: https://youtu.be/RkBsrsn4uVs (Note: Click on Eastern OEA and will see link with two smiling faces). Help us share the message by sharing with your friends and colleagues. 

2017 WOEA-R Programs

WOEA - Leading the Way for Children and Public Education​​


If you would like to serve on one of the following WOEA-R committees, please either email Phil A. Long @ palcisv13@gmail.com or call @ 419-733-6947. WOEA-R committees include:
​Communications Sunshine, Legislative Mailing, Membership Artemis/Community Outreach, Nominations/Elections
Are You Committed to Public Education?  Learn more how you can help.  download the ACES flyer below. 

WOEA-R is the only Retired organization affiliated with OEA and NEA.  WOEA-R plans monthly meetings with speakers and lunches.  They serve as active members on WOEA Committees and help wherever needed. 
WOEA-R Executive Committee Directory

Phil A. Long

Sandy Dobberstein


Jennie Furnas 
Pat Lynch 
Jane Rahn
Past Chair



May Meeting

May 17 Program, lunch, and business meeting: 11:00 AM, Ray’s Wine and Spirits, 8268 N Main St, Dayton, OH 45415. Program: “Now that You’re retired, what can NEA Member Benefits do for you?” NEAMB guru Guy Kendall-Freas will describe the MANY benefits you are entitled to as a retired (or current) NEA member. Sharlie Trentman from California Casualty insurance will be a co-presenter.  Between the two of them, everyone should discover at least one way you can save money by using the benefits you are already entitled to use. We will order from the menu following the program. RSVP by May 3: Sandy Dobberstein Phone: 937-554-6338; Email: sdobberstein@juno.com

 June Meeting

June 21 Program: 11:00AM America’s Packard Museum, 420 S. Ludlow St., Dayton. America's Packard Museum was founded in 1992 by Dayton attorney and long-time car collector Bob Signom. Located in an original Packard dealership (The Citizens Motocar Company) building constructed in 1917, Car Collector magazine named the museum one of the "Top Ten" Auto Museums in The United States. The museum opens at noon, so we will have a private tour. Tour fee: $7. Lunch and business meeting: 12:30 The Spaghetti Warehouse, 36 E 5th St., Dayton. (We will have the private room next to the trolley). 
Order from the menu). RSVP and pay $7 for the tour by June 7: Sandy Dobberstein Phone: 937-554-6338; Email: sdobberstein@juno.com