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Revere Retirement Board

Sandor J. Zapolin, Retirement Administrator
(781) 286-8173




The Revere Retirement Board administers retirement benefits for City of Revere employees in accordance with the provisions of M.G.L. c. 32, and 840 CMR.

John Henry, Appointed Member/Chair


Gennaro Cataldo, Appointed Member

James Cullen, Elected Member

Sean Manion, Elected Member


Richard Viscay, Member Ex-Officio



Sandor J. Zapolin, Retirement Administrator

H. Joyce Gaskill, Assistant Administrator

Charlotte Ferrante, Retirement Analyst

Records Access Officer: Sandor Zapolin (781-286-8173)



 Revere Employee Self Service

Site contains Revere Retirement System audit information, summaries of annual financial statements, investment performance information, supplemental regulations, etc.

 Chapter 32 of the General Laws governing Retirement and Pensions

Division of Administrative Law Appeals-administrative agency responsible for scheduling and hearing appeals relative to public employee retirement issues

Agency responsible for overseeing the administration of local Retirement Systems within the Commonwealth 

Contains Social Security benefit estimate calculators, as well as public pension offset calculators

Social Security Administration-Explanation of the Government Pension Offset

Social Security Administration Explanation of the Windfalll Elimination Provision

Retirement Guide for Employees who Became Members of the System Prior to April 2, 2012

Retirement Guide for Employees who Became Members of the System On or After April 2, 2012

Disability Retiree Earned Income Calculator




How does my municipal retirement allowance affect my Social Security benefits?

Your municipal retirement allowance may affect your Social Security benefits in one of two ways:  The Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP), which may reduce your Social Security benefits based upon your own work history, or the Government Pension Offset, which may reduce Social Security benefits to which you may be entitled under your spouse's work history.  The following links contain information about the offsets, and have calculators to approximate the amount of the potential reductions.