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Pension Board Letter
Jun20

Pension Board Letter

Active and Retired Lt.’s Information: All retired Lt.’s and any active Lt. who has a retired CPD relative or friend should be aware of the above posted Pension Board letter that was just mailed out to retirees. The Pension Board has sent out a letter to all pension annuitants requiring us to attest to the fact that we are actually alive and collecting our own pension benefits. The Board sent a letter like this that we had...

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Retired CPD Lt. Patrick O’Malley
Jun18

Retired CPD Lt. Patrick O’Malley

John Patrick O’Malley, Sr. ,retired CPD Lieutenant, (91) passed away peacefully on June 14, 2019 surrounded by his family. Son of the late Patrick and Mary O’Malley of County Mayo, Ireland. Big brother to the late Kevin O’Malley (US Army/CPD) and late Marty O’Malley (US Army/CPD). Beloved father of Jane O’Malley (Mark Sulski), Joanne O’Malley, Judy O’Malley, and John Jr. (Christina Egan)....

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Father of Retired Lt. Carolyn Jackson
May24

Father of Retired Lt. Carolyn Jackson

Home going services for Norman Jackson Jr. father of retired Cpd. Lt. Carolyn Jackson. Visitation 27 May 2019 from 6-9 pm, services 28 May 2019. wake 10-11 am funeral 11-12 pm at Leak and Sons Funeral Home,7838 S. Cottage Grove Ave. 773-846-6567 St. Jude has been requested for 11 am. Burial to follow at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, Elwood, Il.

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Odds & Ends
May14

Odds & Ends

The following information may be of interest to both active & retired Lt.’s. Thanks to Retired Lt. & former Pension Board Representative Jim Maloney for the information about the Saving Blue Lives program. 1) Pension Fund Death Benefit 2) FOP Firearm Safety Days 3) Saving Blue Lives Program 4) Restaurant Deals –Pension Fund Death Benefit:      As a member of the Pension Fund you...

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A Personal Message from President Bob Kero
May01

A Personal Message from President Bob Kero

As your Union President I thought it appropriate to keep you informed of what is going to occur with your Union leadership. I put in my papers to retire on May 15th. My original hope was to stay through the completion of the negotiations on our contract. With all of the issues that have come up in the City there is no way that this will happen before I turn 63 in October. With that in mind I thought I would enjoy this summer without...

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