News from July 2019
Invitation to the Annual General Meeting
of the Cryonics Institute and Immortalist Society
3 P.M. Sunday, September 8th, 2019
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Cryonics Institute will be held from
3 pm until 7 pm on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 at the Bravado Event Venue’s Grand Ballroom. 36217 S Gratiot Ave., Clinton Twp., MI 48035.
Phone: (586) 477-1240. www.bravadoevents.com
The AGM of the Immortalist Society will be held after the CI AGM on the same day at the same location.
A buffet lunch will be provided, so please be sure to RSVP to ensure we have a seat for you. You can email CIHQ@aol.com or call (586) 791-5961 to RSVP.
Tours of the CI facility will be available before the meeting from 12 pm until 2pm. We are located at 24355 Sorrentino Court, Clinton Twp., MI 48035.
Meetings offer an opportunity to see the facility, to meet other members, to get a sense of the status of the Cryonics Institute and Immortalist Society and to see Officers, Directors and Staff. Agenda items for the CI AGM will include President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, and Investment Report. The results of the CI Board of Directors election will be announced.
For those who come a day early, an informal dinner will be held at 6 pm on Saturday evening at Sajo’s Restaurant. 36470 Moravian, Clinton Twp., MI 48035. Phone: (586) 792-7256. www.Sajos.net.
The AGMs are open to our membership and to those who are interested in the Cryonics Institute. Out of town guests can book a discounted room at the Hampton Inn or the Red Roof Inn.
The Hampton Inn is located at 33680 Gratiot Ave., Clinton Twp., MI 48035. Call (586) 792-1500 and tell them you are a CI member to receive a discount.
The Red Roof Inn is located at 31800 Little Mack Ave., Roseville, MI 48066. Call
A list of other hotels near the CI facility can be obtained from the Cryonics Institute website: www.cryonics.org/resources/hotels-near-the-cryonics-institute
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It is election time again.
It’s that time of the year again. The cryonics Institute is a very unique cryonics organization in that our directors are elected directly out of our membership by our membership. The sitting directors in turn elect the officers as so forth. All directors and officers are members just like you who are themselves signed up for cryonic suspension. We all have a direct vested interest in the success of our mission. This serves to draw us together like a family with the same goal of being revived some day in the future.
It is important to learn about candidates and to vote if want to ensure for CI’s future. Do your due diligence and ask around and learn about the candidates. CI’s stability depends on good quality directors passing the torch on as we move into the future.
If you as an eligible member seek to run for office then it is time to get your paperwork in and get yourself on the ballot. All of CI’s rules, bylaws, and so forth are published on this official website. Eligible candidates should seek out information and ask questions and learn so that they can best represent the membership. It is not an easy job sometimes and it is a voluntary position but if you are passionate about CI and its security then I urge you to get involved. It is the responsibility of all incumbent directors and challengers to get their ballots in on time, learn and understand CI bylaws, and inquire about deadlines and qualifications for the directorship positions. Good luck and best wishes to all.
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