Recognition of retirement is given to those who retire from the financial aid profession during the current year. The recognition is considered to have a high level of importance. Retirement recognition is based on retirement from the financial aid profession due to reasons of health, age, or institutional eligibility. The person must have served the most recent 15 years as a member of a financial aid office or in a position eligible for regular membership in MASFAA. The retirement must have taken place during the year, by August 1, for recognition at the annual conference.
The below were recognized at the 2023 Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.
|Illinois||Connie Negron, Oakton College|
|Iowa||Bob Upmeyer, University of Iowa|
|Michigan||Susan DeGalan, University of Michigan-Flint|
|Minnesota||Catherine "Cappy" Breuer, Rasmussen University|
|Ohio||Venus Puliafica, Case Western Reserve University|
|West Virginia||JoAnn Ross, West Virginia Institute of Technology|
|Wisconsin||Sue Minzlaff, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee|