Each major military installation has a Retiree Activities Office, which administers to military retirees, spouses and widows of

retirees. The primary purpose of the Retiree Office is to offer assistance in a multitude of areas that affect the retiree,

irrespective of branch of service. Even though McClellan is no longer an active installation, retirees in the Sacramento

are very fortunate to have such an office located on McClellan Park, Bldg number is 949, on the corner of Arnold Ave and

Dogwood Street. Bldg 949 is the bldg behind the SAFE Credit Union.

 

We are a satellite of the Retiree Activities Office at Travis AFB, CA. The director of the McClellan Retiree Activities Office is CMSgt (RET) George Moses, an Air Force Veteran who served on active duty for 34 years. His number is 916-640-8445.This office is staffed by an outstanding dedicated group of volunteers who offer their services in support of the Retiree Community. The office is open Monday thru Thursday, from 0900 to 1500 (3 PM) hours. Our volunteers can be reached at 916-640-8446

 

Current Volunteers: Jim Kearns,  Len Weiner, Harry Woolfolk, Dave Griffin, Ed Thomas, Bob Konsesky,

Pete Nelesen, John Norwood, Jim DelRosario, Dale Klug, Sylvia Hegelein, Al Hegelein, Ron McKim and Tony Carvelli.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011

This photo was taken at Travis AFB Retiree Appreciation Day, which was held on 14 May. Chief Moses (right) was the MCee for the event and there was approximately 500 retirees/spouses in attendance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2009

The retiree/spouse volunteer luncheon was held on Friday 13, Dec. We gathered at the Home Town Buffet on Watt Avenue and U street and we had 21 people who attended. It turned out to be a great event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2008

On Friday October 10, 2008 the McClellan RAO Office hosted another bus trip scheduled for the

Silver Legacy in Reno for the day. The last bus trip was a huge success so they did it again.

Chief George Moses, Chief Jim Kearns (and a few great volunteers) made the bus trip another huge success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our HICAP counselors , provide information and assistance with Medicare, managed care (HMOs), long-term care insurance and other related health insurance issues. Trained volunteer counselors offer objective information to help seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries make good health care decisions. When problems arise, HICAP counselors can help resolve them. Along with local individual counseling, HICAP offers community education presentations. All services are free of charge.

Casualty Assistance Representative is Available

We offer Casualty Assistance counseling when a loved one passes. Appointments can be made by calling 916-640-8446. Our Casualty Assistance Representatives  Dale Klug and Sylvia Hegelein do a great job in helping spouses/retirees through this difficult phase.

 

 

MONTHLY RETIREE MEETINGS

Monthly Retiree Meetings are presented by CMSgt George Moses (RET) USAF director of the Retiree Activities Office and are held in the North Highlands Community Center. Meetings are always held on the 2nd Thursday of each month and we start at 1030 hrs. We do not have a meeting in the months of Nov and Dec. Questions can be directed to our volunteers at 916-640-8446. there is a guest speaker each month that will cover an issue that affects the Military Retiree and their spouses.

Here are some photos of past events hosted by

the Retiree's Activities Offoce.

To obtain a HICAP appointment, please call 916-640-8446.

 

Appointments are available only on Tues or Wed, either 10 or 11 AM.

 

Our HICAP counselors , provide information and assistance with Medicare, managed care (HMOs),

long-term care insurance and other related health insurance issues. Trained volunteer counselors

offer objective information to help seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries make good health care

decisions. When problems arise, HICAP counselors can help resolve them. Along with local individual

counseling, HICAP offers community education presentations. All services are free of charge.

 

Casualty Assistance Representative is Available

We offer Casualty Assistance counseling when a loved one passes. Appointments can be made by calling 916-640-8446. Our Casualty Assistance Representatives  Dale Klug and Sylvia Hegelein do a great job in helping spouses/retirees through this difficult phase.

 

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