Lawrence Berkeley Lab Retiree Association (EX-Ls)

1982-2022

The EX-Ls is 40 years old (how time flies) and we plan to have an in-person celebration on August 18, 2022 from 1 - 3 pm at the Berkeley Yacht Club.  Additional details and a sign-up using EventBright are forthcoming.  The event is free.
Mindful of potential COVID exposure concerns, we will limit the number of attendees to 50 and ask that attendees be fully vaccinated and boosted.  Masks will be required except while eating/drinking.
Be sure to mark your calendar!

About the EX-Ls

EX-Ls board members tabling at a special eventEX-Ls is an organization of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory retirees whose purpose is to provide social, cultural, and intellectual relationships among retired and/or ex-employees, their spouses, widows, or widowers. The EX-Ls Retiree Newsletter is published quarterly. Membership is open to all former employees and their spouses.

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Membership

Membership in the EX-Ls is open to all LBNL retirees and is free. Membership includes the spouse or partner of the retiree.
To join, please send the following: 
Name, Spouse. Date, Year Retired, Address. Phone and Email address via email: EX-Ls@berkeley.edu or mail: LBNL EX-Ls 101 University Hall Berkeley, CA 94720-1550.

Questions? Contact EX-Ls at: EX-Ls@berkeley.edu 

Members of the EX-Ls will receive:

  • Quarterly EX-Ls Newsletter
  • Invitation to the quarterly luncheons
  • Ongoing mailings and services through the UCB Retirement Center: courses, lectures, travel events

We hope you will join us at an upcoming event!

Photos taken at the Bevatron Farewell Party

Click on the following link to view photos taken at the Bevatron Farewell Party. A Fond Farewell to the Bevatron Nearly 150 former employees of the Lab's famed Bevatron gathered on Nov. 6 to bid a final adieu to the facility, before ongoing demolition deems it unrecognizable. The Bevatron holds a significant spot in scientific history as the place of discovery that earned four Nobel Prizes. Speakers included Chief Operating Officer and Bevatron veteran Jim Krupnick, Interim Lab Director Paul Alivisatos, former Lab Director Andy Sessler, and demolition director Joe Harkins. Guest of honor was Ed Lofgren, who helped design the Bevatron, first turned the machine on in 1954, and turned it off in 1993 when it was decommissioned. Go here for a full story on the event, a video of the speaking program, and a photo slide show of the activities.
Vicki Patti Henry Ex-ls
field trip LBNL
EX-LS group 2018