Retired Membership

Teaching isn’t just a job. It’s a life.

Welcome to membership in the NEA/UEA Retired program. As a UEA-Retired member, you maintain all of the UEA and NEA member benefits you enjoyed as an active member, plus some additional benefits designed specifically for retired members. Here is a short video on the benefits of UEA-Retired. Retired Membership is available to former members no longer employed, at least forty-five years of age, who were employed for at least five years in a position qualifying for active membership. Here is an NEA’s Member Benefits Flyer with information about the advantages of UEA Retired Membership.

If you would like to become a UEA-Retired member, complete and return the 2023-2024 UEA-Retired Membership Form (PDF).

If you would like to run for a UEA-Retired Office or Board position, complete and return the 2023 UEA-Retired Declaration of Candidacy Form (PDF).

To apply for the Pat Rusk Legacy Scholarship, complete and return the Pat Rusk Legacy Scholarship Application Form (PDF).

Benefits of UEA-Retired Membership

Product and Service Discounts

  • Retired members still have the money-saving advantages of particpation in NEA Member Benefits and UEA/Access Development discount programs with merchants nationwide offering savings on every-day purchases including auto purchasing, hearing aid savings plans, ID theft protection, vsion and prescription savings plans and more.


  • Retired members also receive UEA publications and NEA Today – Retired, a magazine designed for retired educators. Listed below are some of the most popular NEA Member Benefits programs for retired members:

NEA Insurance Programs:

  • Auto & Home Insurance Protection, NEA Level Premium Term Life Insurance, NEA Medicare Supplement, NEA Dental and Vision Insurance, NEA Pet Insurance

NEA Financial Programs:

  • NEA Credit Card, NEA Home Financing, NEA Personal Loan, Money Market Saving Account, Sponsored CD

Contact the UEA Membership Office at 801-266-4461 or 800-594-8996 with questions regarding your membership or if you need additional information.

UEA-Retired News

Utah educator earns national teaching award
The NEA Foundation announced that Elinda Nedreberg, English and drama teacher at Tintic High School in Eureka, is one of ...
American Education Week: November 13-19, 2022
Celebrate public education and honor the individuals working to ensure that every student receives a quality education during American Education ...
UEA breaks ground on new HQ Building
The Utah Education Association held a brief groundbreaking ceremony September 9, 2022, to celebrate the start of construction on a ...

UEA-Retired Officers

UEA-Retired President

Tom Nedreberg uea.r.tom@gmail.com


UEA-Retired Vice-President

Susan Gilman-Hasenwinkel sjhasenwinkel@gmail.com


UEA-Retired Secretary/Treasurer

Keith Tondro krtondro@gmail.com


UEA-Retired Board of Directors

Trudy Henderson avayda71@gmail.com



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Stuart Bailey escalantekid@gmail.com
Cathy Boyd cathyboyd57@comcast.net
Elizabeth Carlin buzytwo@netzero.net
Sue Dickey sdickey53@yahoo.com
Brian Ferguson
Debbie Green green.dlouise@ comcast.net
James Griffin jimgriffin67@gmail.com
Tami Williams Toomanytami@gmail.com