Kentucky Public Retirees is a non-profit organization of retired Kentucky government employees whose mission is to actively support the protection of our retirement benefits.

    If you are retired or eligible to retire under any of the following retirement systems or the spouse of a current KPR member, we encourage you to join with us:


    Kentucky Employees Retirement System (KERS)

    County Employees Retirement System (CERS)

    State Police Retirement System (SPRS)

    Kentucky Public Retirees officers and board members are all retired Kentucky government employees who volunteer their time.  The state organization was organized in 1983 and has been working for you since.  KPR currently has 16 local chapters which cover every Kentucky county and meet monthly.

    For further information regarding the location, dates, and times of the meetings, please click on the Local Chapter Meetings tab above or the Calendar tab.

    Kentucky Public Retirees is organized to:

  • Protect and preserve our retirement benefits
  • Represent and promote the interests of retirees before the General Assembly, State Retirement Board, and other agencies
  • Provide advice and consultation to public officials in matters such as health insurance and retiree needs
  • Promote harmony among members of all the retirement systems and provide an outlet for fellowship and community service for retirees
  • Work with other organizations such as AARP on the local, state, and federal levels
  • Provide an achievement and humanitarian awards program
  • Provides a lobbyist to appear on our behalf before the General Assembly


To receive KPR email bulletins or to receive The Kernel by email you must subscribe here - KPR Email Subscription 

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