In an illuminating sign of changing times and revised visions of retirement, a new poll finds older Americans not only are delaying their retirement plans, they’re also embracing the fact that it won’t necessarily mark a complete exit from the workforce.
The 37-year-old Rangers designated hitter, who is currently on the disabled list, said Thursday, after pondering his playing future for several days, that he is “coming back.”
105.3 The Fan is getting word that the Cowboys signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh to a one-day contract today, allowing him to retire as a Dallas Cowboy.
The Dallas Mavericks have announced that veteran assistant Jim O’Brien is retiring from the NBA and is being replaced by Canales, 34, a native of Laredo, Texas.
Longtime Dallas Fort Worth International Airport CEO Jeffery Fegan has announced he will retire later in 2013.
Lewis has been sidelined since Oct. 14 with a torn right triceps. The 13-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker intends to return Sunday to face the Indianapolis Colts in what will almost certainly be his final home game.
The club said in a statement Wednesday that Hernandez would retire immediately and move into a coaching role.
The City of Plano has narrowed the list to three candidates in the search for its next fire chief.
Dr. Rick Reedy, Superintendent of the Frisco Independent School District, announced his plans to retire this year.
Fort Worth Democrat Lon Burnam wants to stop the hidden perk of pension ‘double dipping’, reserved exclusively for elected officials, and he plans to file legislation that would reveal which Texas politicians are doing it.
Though it comes as no surprise, backup quarterback Jon Kitna has told the Cowboys he will retire, according to reports.
“When you start competing against your body more than you’re preparing for the actual game,” Stojakovic said, “it’s a wakeup call.”