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About Us

ABOUT US

The Royal Liver Superannuitants Association is an organization for people now in receipt of the Royal Liver pension and since 2009 all those with a deferred pension from the Royal Liver Assurance.There is a meeting every year, held in Derby in 2018, to discuss motions, simply get together and keep people informed.We are a friendly retirement association and our main aim is to give you an opportunity to be kept informed.We have a UK committee consisting of Graham Whitlock who is the Secretary and Treasurer.Patrick Tivenan is the President and Vice President is Ron Whichello . Auditors are Ron Whichello and Patrick Tivenan.If you are eligible to join us why not do so and attend next years meeting? The Executive reserve the right to refuse admission to the Association.For details of UK contact Mr. Graham Whitlock. 22 Hillside Crescent, Spondon, Derby. DE21 7RBFor details of ROI contact Mr Michael Murphy, 114 Charlemont, Griffin Avenue,Dublin 9.

Message from our new Honourable Secretary and Treasurer - Graham WhitlockWelcome everybody to this website and I would like to thank everybody who elected me Honourable Secretary following the retirement of Don Fraser. I would like also to offer my thanks to everybody who elected me Treasurer following the retirement of the previous treasurer.I first started my employment with the Royal Liver in Burton upon Trent as an agent under the management of a William Hood in 1963, just after the Great Train Robbery (coincidence of course!) and expanded my base to include the Derby area. Following William Hood`s retirement I then met up with Patrick Tivenan who became Manager of Derby in 1970. Patrick retired in 1992. Following the passing of several exams I became a Fully Accredited Agent. I then passed the FPC3 and sales became much more important. I moved to Grantham and again several new managers but I also moved up to be a Financial Advisor and later Sales Supervisor following a very successful sales period. Eventually I led my own team before taking retirement in 2002. I joined the Association that same year and started attending the annual meetings. I formulated this website, became Assistant Secretary, Vice President and eventually was promoted to Honourable Secretary and Honourable Treasurer. I am also the secretary of the Midlands branch.I have enjoyed my time with the Royal Liver and I am very grateful for all their help in the training and passing of the FPC3 as well as giving me a very good living both before retirement and afterwards.I have always been a very proud Liver man and guess I will always be so.I aim to be as active as possible in the running of the Association and long may it remain. Next year will be the 48th meeting and that is an achievement to be proud of.Graham

Message from our new President - Patrick TivenanHello to everybody and a big thank you to each and everyone who voted for me to become President of this wonderful Association. For those who do not know me here are some details:-I started working for the Royal Liver Friendly Society in 1961 as a Trainee Mobile Staff Assistant based at Stafford District. This took me up to 1963 when I moved to London as a Mobile Staff Assistant. Part of the area I covered was Hatch End and by a coincidence Graham`s wife Janice came from this area but more on this later.In 1966 I moved to Paddington where I was employed as a District Inspector. In 1968 I moved to Walsall still working as a District Inspector. In 1970 I was promoted to District Manager in Derby where I met up with Graham and his wife Janice. Whilst talking about my time in London, Janice was delighted that I had worked in Hatch End and we exchanged lots of info about the district.I enjoyed my time in Derby and took retirement in 1992 however I continued my friendship with both Janice and Graham and we often meet up for a chat and a meal with my wife Janet.Patrick



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