Welcome to the Ohio State Highway Patrol Retirees' Association's website. It is designed to serve as a communications link by providing information and services to Association members, current Ohio State Highway Patrol employees, other law enforcement personnel and the public at large.
The "Public", or open access area of the site, includes information about the Association, History of the Patrol, links to other sites related to the Retirees' Association and Upcoming Social Activities.
The "Members Only" area of the website is accessible by Association members through the use of a password. This area includes information on the illness of members, the death of a member or immediate family, meeting notes and other important announcements.
We are proud of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, our Association, and retirees of the Patrol. We consider them to be the best group of people anywhere to associate with!
Pension News - Summaries of the most recent OSHPRS Board meetings are now being provided to the membership. To access the summary, link to the Retirement System's web page , log into your account and click on "Board Meeting Updates". During the February 21st meeting, the strategic plan was updated and GRS Retirement Consulting provided an overview of their most recent actuarial report and its potential impact on future COLA and active member contribution rates.
2019 Snowbird Golf Scramble, Lake Cruise
2019 Snowbird Business Meeting & Luncheon
Retiree's Cookout 2019
SP 683 Dedication
Retiree's Cookout 2019
Are you a veteran that served in an active duty status between 1941 and 1975? You may be eligible for the Honor Flight program and a no cost trip to Washington D.C. Retired Staff Lieutenant John Shore is the current president of Honor Flight Columbus and would like to hear from you. You can contact John via email, [email protected] or by telephone at 740-361-9249. You can also visit the honorflightcolumbus.org website.
Retired Major and Korean & Cold War veteran Russ Miller returns from his Honor Flight in May of this year
4th Quarter Meeting Notes ( Annual Meeting-Dinner) are available for viewing on the Members / Coming Events Page.
You can now book your reservation for the 2020 Snowbird Reunion, March 6th and 7th at Lake Mary, Florida. For the second year, we will be hosted by retiree's Christine and Nestor Vincinity at the beautiful Lake Mary Marriott north of Orlando. Friday activities include our traditional Captain's choice golf scramble at the 5-Star Timacuan Golf Club or, for non-golfers, choose from a trip to the Charles Hosmer More Museum of American Art, a Scenic Boat Tour on beautiful Lake Mary, or a Park Avenue shopping adventure. Saturday we will have our business meeting and luncheon with presentations by Colonel Rick Fambro and our new Retirement System Director Carl Roark. Make your reservation today!
Thank you Colonel Rick Fambro, Major Chuck Jones, Lieutenant Eric Caudill, HPRS Director Carl Roark and SHPFCU Director Becky Landis for your attendance and presentations at the first Walt Liddle Memorial Late Lunch for 2020. A special thanks to Retiree Harry Schwind for scheduling this event, a record turnout to start the year. The next Late Lunch is scheduled for May 14th.
Academy Commandant, Major Chuck Jones, has announced the dates for the 2020 Ham and Bean luncheons, including those dates that will include the Federal CCW firearms qualifications for retirees. Click to the Retiree's Coming Events page at www.OHPRS.org.
With our condolences, we report the passing of Abby R. Sredniawa, 23, daughter of Retired Trooper Lee E. Sredniawa of the Warren Post, on Friday, January 10, 2020. Service and condolence information can be found on the Member's page.
With our condolences, we report the passing of retired Sergeant Dwight L. High, 76, of the 80th Academy Class, on January 10th at his home in Punta Gorda, Florida. Service and condolence information can now be found on the Member's page.
On January 16th, Colonel Rick Fambro, HPRS Director Carl Roark and many members of the Retiree's Association visited Evelyn Reiss, surviving spouse of Colonel Adam Reiss, at her assisted living home in Canal Winchester. Click on the photo at the left to see a video slideshow of Evelyn with her friends.