Welcome to the website of the Coalition of Oak Ridge Retired Employees (CORRE)
CORRE is a tax-exempt 501(c)5 organization that represents more than 13,000 retirees of the managing contractors of the Department of Energy (DOE) facilities in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. It is populated entirely by retirees and surviving spouses, run by volunteers, and managed by a Board of Directors. CORRE’s vision is: To be an organization that improves the welfare of its members. CORRE’s mission is: To protect, preserve, and enhance the retirement benefits of its members and their surviving spouses. CORRE’s approach is: To work with contractors, DOE, local and state officials, congressional representatives, and other related organizations to secure fair, just, and equitable retirement benefits for all eligible retirees. This website is designed to provide information about CORRE and its programs for both its membership and the general public. You will find information about CORRE’s history, its organization, the issues it seeks to resolve, and its programmatic efforts. You will also find relevant supporting documentation, including news articles, reports, resolutions, and information for contacting appropriate officials and representatives. Our goal is to provide a website that is both accessible and informative. If you are a member of CORRE, we hope that you will find the information you need about the organization, its leadership, its membership, what it has done and is doing on your behalf, and what you can do to help advance the cause. If you are a member of the general public, we hope that you will find the information you need to understand the important issues that CORRE addresses and the work that CORRE is doing to resolve these issues. Thank you for your interest in and support for CORRE. Bob Hightower, President
— New meeting location, starting September 1, 2015 —
The CORRE Board meets the third Wednesday of each month.
Meeting time: 10 a.m.
ATLC Meeting Hall
109 Viking Rd
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Here’s a map of where we meet:
Contact us here.