Four Trustees Elected to the IMRF Board
This fall, IMRF conducted elections for one Executive Trustee, one Annuitant Trustee, and two Employee Trustees. The IMRF Board of Trustees certified the election results at their meeting on December 18, 2020.

Each of the four elected
Trustees will serve a
5-year term, January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2025.

Annuitant Trustee

Louis W. Kosiba has been elected Annuitant Trustee. He was formerly Executive Director for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). For more information about Trustee Kosiba, click here.

Executive Trustee

Gwen Henry has been re-elected Executive Trustee. She has served on the IMRF Board since 2009 and is the DuPage County Treasurer. For more information about Trustee Henry, click here.

Employee Trustees

Tracie M. Mitchell has been elected Employee Trustee. She is an Emergency Communications Specialist for the Central IL Regional Dispatch Center. For more information about Trustee Mitchell, click here.

Peter J. Stefan has been elected Employee Trustee. He is Finance Director for DeKalb County. For more information about Trustee Stefan, click here.

2021 Board Officers

Also at the December meeting, the IMRF Board of Trustees elected the following new Board officers for 2021: 

President - Gwen Henry
Vice President - Natalie Copper
Secretary - Sue Stanish

Executive Trustee Gwen Henry has served on the Board since 2009. She is currently the DuPage County Treasurer.

Employee Trustee Natalie Copper has served on the Board since 2010 and is a School-age Child Care Site Coordinator for Dawes School in Evanston School District 65.

Executive Trustee Sue Stanish has served on the Board since 2014 and is Director of Finance for the Naperville Park District.
You Can Opt Out of Blind Mailings
IMRF occasionally receives requests from various organizations to mail information to our retired members. These mailings are done as a "blind mailing."

The term "blind mailing" means that the outside organization that requested the mailing never sees the mailing list. IMRF never gives members’ names and addresses to anyone but a bonded mail house.

An example of a blind mailing is material sent by IMRF-endorsed insurance broker Doyle Rowe, LTD.

We want you to have the opportunity to receive this information that may be of interest to you. However, we also honor your wishes to choose whether or not you would like to participate in these types of mailings.

How to remove your name from these mailings

If you would like to remove your name from these blind mailings, please complete this form, then return it to IMRF at the following address:

Treasury Unit
2211 York Rd., Ste. 500
Oak Brook, IL 60523-2337

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Member Access Did You Know?
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