Our Champions act as ambassadors for the LACERS Well Program.
They transcend their interests, hobbies, and health goals into
meaningful activities for fellow retirees.
Learn more about our current Champions below.
Beverly retired from the LAPD in 2010 after dedicating over 35
years to the City of Los Angeles. Beverly remains active by
leading two events for our wellness program, a Lakewood Mall
Walk and a free Hula Dancing class in Costa Mesa that take
place on a weekly basis.
Irene retired in 2011 from the Los Angeles Public
Library where she worked as a librarian for 32 years.
Irene has been involved in a walking club that meets 3 days a
week and walks for a distance of two miles. Irene also
Champions a walk every Monday morning at El Cariso Park in
Sylmar. Irene has 3 children, which she considers her biggest
accomplishment, and for fun, she enjoys going to festivals,
cultural events, museums and trips to Las Vegas.
Eugene retired from the Los Angeles Public Library, where he
worked for 16 years. Eugene has really dedicated himself to
bettering his health and has lost 40 pounds since
retiring. Eugene may be the most active member of our
Champion program, and each month, at his events, he highlights a
new health awareness campaign. Eugene is married with one
daughter, and for fun, he spends a lot of time riding his
electric bike, including having traveled all over Europe on
Debby retired in 2010 from the Department of Recreation and Parks
after working over 35 years with the City of Los Angeles. She
stays active by leading the Van Nuys Sherman Oaks Park Walk
in the San Fernando Valley two times a month.
Jannette currently facilitates a virtual book club and movie
review clubs. She also lead an in-person line dancing class with
the Wellness program for many years. She has worked in our
Volunteer Phone Bank program during the start of the pandemic
reaching out to LACERS Retired Members.