Petition Tag - retire

1. Calgary Flames - Retire Hayley Wickenheiser's Number 22

Hayley Wickenheiser has represented this nation and the sport of hockey with matchless levels of excellence, dignity, and competitive fire that exemplify the best of what it is to be Canadian.

2. Retire Sandy Koufax's Number From Baseball

Koufax had a stellar 165-87 record with a 2.76 ERA and 2,396 strikeouts in his career. He was a 7x All Star Selection, 4x World Champion, 3x Cy Young winner, 2x World Series MVP, 1963 NL MVP, 4x NL TSN Player of the Year, he was on the All Century Team, was inducted into the HOF in 1972 on his first ballot. First unanimous Cy Young winner.

He threw four no hitters, including a perfect game and has the most no hitters of all perfect game pitchers.

3. Retire number 9 at Larissa FC!

Antonio de Nigris, a Mexican footballer who played for Larissa FC, tragically died on November 16, 2009. He died because of a heart attack while sleeping on that fateful night.

De Nigris played with #9 at the club. We want Larissa FC to retire the number in memory of him.

4. STOP SERS Recommendation to ORSC for Retirement Changes effective Aug. 1, 2015

The Board will recommend to the ORSC at its September 9, 2009, meeting the following changes, effective for members retiring on or after August 1, 2015:

- to retire with no actuarial reduction to one’s retirement allowance, a member must be age 67 with 10 years of service or age 57 with 30 years of service;

- a member may retire early at age 62 with 10 years of service or age 60 with 25 years of service;

- f a member retires early, base early retirement reductions on actuarial reductions from the lesser of age 67 or possible attainment of 30 years of service.

To minimize the possibility of making unnecessary benefit changes and increasing member and employer contributions, SERS’ Board opted to periodically examine its 30-year funding responsibility and recommend benefit or contribution changes as needed. Should the recommended retirement eligibility changes for members retiring on or after August 1, 2015 fail to keep SERS within the 30-year funding window, the Board will consider other changes such as reducing cost of living adjustments and contribution increases for members and employers. The Board also understood that it could look at the costs of the Health Care program, if needed. This tiered approach addressed concerns from SERS’ advocacy groups that overreacting to the present funding situation could adversely affect members and retirees for many years.

Even before the current financial crisis began, SERS’ Board took action to keep the pension fund stable. SERS was the only Ohio public pension system to address pension design changes necessary to offset increased life expectancy when it introduced S.B. 148 in 2007 and advocated for its passage.

5. Retire Babe Ruth's Number Throughout Major League Baseball

George Herman Ruth came along at just the right time to save MLB from the "Black Sox Scandal" of 1919. Because of Babe Ruth the distasteful residue of gambling never fully impacted baseball.

Babe's home runs not only revolutionized the way the game was played but they also drew attention away from a devastating grand jury inquiryinto the 1919 World Series. Babe Ruth put people in ballparks all over the country.

When stricken with a genetic cancer, Babe Ruth was a courageous recipient of the first chemotherapy treatment. Babe Ruth was a great American.

He lived his life as freely as anyone and pushed the limits of his talent beyond anything seen in baseball before or since.

6. Retire Favre

Mr. Favre, since 1992 you have been a tremendous asset to the Packers organization. Your skill and passion for not only the game, but also for the team, the great state of Wisconsin, and the adoring Green Bay Packer Fan Base has been amazing and apparent.

You have set yourself apart in football history as a legend not only to the game, but also to the Packers Organization.

However, on the cusp of a playoff season and a division championship, it is the belief of we, the undersigned, that the 2007 season should cap an amazing 16 years of Packers excellence.

We believe that it is time for the Packers organization to focus on the next generation of Packers excellence.

7. Keep Mr. Schneider

May 02, 2006

Mr. Schneider is in his second year teaching now.

It has come up recently that his position has "been eliminated".

This petition is to allow Mr. Schneider keep his job and force Mr. Tennie to retire.

8. Retire #75

David "Deacon" Jones is one of the NFL's most widely recognized names, having dramatically impacted the history of the NFL and the St. Louis (formerly Los Angeles) Rams.

Yet his number has never been retired.

The Retire75.com website and effort are proudly supported by these forums and their many great Rams fans.

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9. Against Retired Items on Neopets

All of us Neopets users must stick together and fight strong! Retiring items is rediclious! Now we cannot buy some of the simplest to expensivest items! Such as Pink Poogle Toy, Tye Dye Lipstick, Faerie Paint Brush, Fish Negg, Wines, Magic Key, Little Timmy Battle Card and Kacheek Transmorg. Potion. Please sign this petition because maybe if we get enough signatures Neopets will un-retire the items, meaning prices for them will seriously drop!