The Joint Rules commmittee reappointed Raymond B. Wallace, Jr.
to the VRS
Board of Trustees to serve a five-year term.The Joint Rules Committee
first appointed Wallace
to a five-year term on the board in June 2002.In 1985, Wallace began teaching history at Mills E. Godwin High School in Henrico County and retired from this position in 2000.Prior to his teaching career, Wallace worked at Cauthorne Paper Company for 20 years, retiring as the company's president.
In addition to his
responsibilities as a member of the VRS
Board of Trustees, Wallce
serves as clerk to the House Counties, Cities and Towns Committee
.During his tenure on the board, Wallace has served on a variety of the board's subcommittees and currently serves as chair of the Audit and Compliance Subcommittee.VRS
provides benefits to over 337,000 state and local government employees, teachers, judges and law enforcement officers and over 129,000 retirees from the system.VRS
is the 26th largest public pension system in the United States with assets approaching $55 billion.
We are pleased that Mr. Wallace
will bring us information from the VRS
Board at the Blackstone meeeting on Monday, April 23.