Quigley receives LRTA’s Name of Fame Award
Nancy Quigley, a retired educator from Bossier City, was recently named the recipient of the 2013 Name of Fame Award by the Louisiana Retired Teachers Association (LRTA).
Quigley was honored during LRTA’s statewide fall meeting held in Bossier City on Oct. 22.
Quigley retired from the Bossier Parish school system after 37 years of service. She primarily taught at Parkway High School in Bossier City, where she taught all business subjects. She was promoted to assistant principal and retired as the assistant principal of Parkway High.
She also taught classes at Barksdale Air Force Base and served as the associate director of the Career Institute.
Quigley has been a dedicated LRTA member since her retirement. She has served as the Bossier RTA recording secretary and vice president. She was then elected president of the Bossier RTA and served in the office for five years.
She is currently serving in her second term as LRTA District XI president. Her local unit bestowed upon her the Outstanding Leadership Award.
The LRTA Name of Fame Award was created in 2002 to honor Louisiana’s retired teachers for their leadership, organizational achievements and community involvement.
The Louisiana Retired Teachers Association is a non-profit membership organization that serves as the voice of the retired education community and represents interests of its members by monitoring, protecting and improving the benefits needed to secure dignity, independence and overall quality of life.