PGPD Retiree's Ass'n Florida Chapter


 
 

 


 

  MEMBERS' WELL BEING   

Please take a minute to go to this web site. It could help many of us in an emotional way.
Phil Constantino
www.copline.org
 
THERE ARE MANY OF US OUT THERE WHO ARE AILING WITH A PROBLEM OR TWO AND THAT INCLUDES SOME MEMBERS OF OUR FAMILIES. THEY ARE POSTED HERE AND KEPT FOR A TIME THEN REMOVED, BUT, DO NOT FORGET THEM, WRITE DOWN THEIR NAMES AND NUMBERS AND CONTACT THEM OFTEN TO LET THEM KNOW THEY ARE STILL IN YOUR THOUGHTS.

PLEASE KEEP THEM IN YOUR PRAYERS AND DROP THEM A NOTE/E-MAIL.
I AM SURE THEY WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU.

 
Brothers and Sisters: The Retired Association has received offers from both active and retired members to assist any member in need of assistance with food or supplies. Don't be shy. Please email or call the Retired Association if you need help or if you know of any member who needs assistance.
 
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From Bro. Mike Flaherty
WE SHARED VETERAN'S DAY WITH OUR OLDEST PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT RETIREE, DETECTIVE SERGEANT BOB BAESCHLIN IN COCONUT CREEK,FLORIDA.
BOB TURNED 98 AND KEPT US ENTERTAINED AS USUAL. A WW II COMBAT VETERAN, WHO JOINED OUR DEPARTMENT IN THE EARLY 1950'S. HE WAS ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF FOP89 AND ALSO THE PRIMARY FOUNDER AND THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE KENTLAND VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.
HE WORKED AS A GENERAL ASSIGNMENT DETECTIVE COUNTY WIDE, INVESTIGATING ALL CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, BEFORE SPECIALTY INVESTIGATIVE UNITS WERE FORMED. HE WAS PROMOTED TO DETECTIVE SERGEANT, BUSTED BACK TO DET. 1ST CLASS FOR EXPRESSING IN HIS COLORFUL LANGUAGE AND VOICING HIS OPINIONS, TO OFTEN TO THE CHIEF. BUT LATER WHEN A NEW CHIEF WAS NAMED, HE WAS RETURNED TO HIS RANK OF SERGENT. HE WAS ONE HELL OF A MARINE AND A HARD WORKING SAVY DETECTIVE.HE WAS A SUPERVISOR IN PATROL,GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS,LATER THE ROBBERY SQUAD AND ORGANIZED CRIME. HE STILL LOVES OUR DEPARTMENT AND JOINS US AT POLICE RETIREE'S EVENTS HERE IN FLORIDA WHEN HE CAN. HAPPY 98TH BIRTHDAY MY FRIEND AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, FOP89, THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND OUR COUNTRY.  
MEMBERS DEATHS


It is with Deep Regret that the membership of the Retired Association is notified of the passing of Brother Terry Putman #144 on Saturday March 28, 2020. Terry join the department in 1965 and retired in 1985. He was 78 years old. Please keep his wife, Elizabeth, in your prayers.
Expressions of Sympathy may be sent to: 11630 Duley Station Rd. Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
There will be a limited service at Kalas Funeral Home Annapolis at a later date.

It is with Deep Sadness that the membership of the Retired Association is notified of the passing of Brother Gerard "Jerry" Manley #1985 on March 31, 2020. Jerry joined the department in 1984 and retired in 2016. He was 58 years old.
Expressions of Sympathy may be sent to : 1515 Larkspur Ct. Huntingtown, MD 20639





 

 

 
 
 
 
DEATH'S IN MEMBERS FAMILY


It is with Sadness that the membership of the Retired Association is notified of the passing of James B Kline II father of Brother Jimmy Kline and brother of Brother Leo Rossitter.
No other information was received.


 


 
 
 
 
 
 
DEATH'S OF RETIRED CIVILIAN DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES AND FAMILY
 

ILLNESS AND HOSPITALIZATION

 
 

From Brother Bud Price:
Retired civilian worker, Hank Jones, has some serious medical problems. Hank has been rehabilitating for three months. He is home alone being attended to by Visiting Angels. Hank lives at 6328 Oak Leaf La. Fayetteville, PA 17222. Just north of Hagerstown.
Visits are welcomed

3-18-2020
Brother Dick Shaner is now at home recuperating. He would like to hear from you by text. 410-509-5887

3-26-2020
This past Sunday night I rushed my wife to Hopkins again. She was in extreme pain. ER doctors took her in immediately and made me leave the building so I slept in the parking garage a couple of hours when they called to say she was being admitted. CT results didn’t look good.
She remains there and they are working to adjust her pain meds to get her home to me. I’m not allowed to see her because of COVID 19. They told me yesterday she only has weeks to live. Praying that she’ll be home with me soon so we can be together.
Thank you for continued prayers and support
Fraternity yours, Brother Shifflett 1528




Please keep Brother Tony Amoia in your prayers. Brother Amoia is being treated for a cardiac ailment and cancer. Tony would like to hear from his co-workers, friends, and FOP Brothers and Sisters.
240-535-5913 afamoia@atlanticbb.net 34 Greenwood Shoals Grasonville, MD 21638

3-25-20 I made a buddy check on Karl Milligan today by speaking with the staff at Homestead Manor assisted living. His doctor has prescribed him a ration of Scotch while in his room and they are doing just fine. As the Commander of American Legion Post 29 I've been checking in on some of our older members. E. Hawkins



































 
 
 
LONG-TERM HOSPITALIZATION and REHAB
 
 
 
 
 

 


 
1-21-2020
Brother Karl Milligan #139 and his wife Carol are being admitted to an assisted living facility. Karl would like cards. The address is Homestead Manor 410 Colonial Dr Rm 402 B Denton, Md 21629. No visitors at this time. Phone calls welcome.410) 479-2273

7-7-19
Retired Officer Melvin Cheshire is being moved to Bridge Point Long Term Care Hospital at 223 7th St. NE Washington DC Room 2005
Family ask that there be No Phone Calls or Visits at this time.


Bonnie Glaubitz - This is a Bob Spigner update: Bob, His Mom and the Doctor and the powers that be had a meeting this morning.....Bob will not be going back to the Apartment with his Mother, his new home is room 239 in the Health Unit for the rest of his life. He is not a Happy Camper....very depressed. Bob has to be lifted with a lift into his wheelchair which he can't use alone because of his impaired vision....he runs into things, he can't stay in it very long it hurts his back, when in bed he has to be turned periodicaly in the bed to prevent bed sores, he has a hard time eating, I don't know what else to say except its very sad.....his Mom said she never thought at age 87 she would have to live alone, she thought Bob would be taking care of her. Please if you get time visit him. He needs to know he hasn't been forgotten I am told he can't use the phone but cards and visits are welcome. Brother John Davey went by to visit Bob and found him at this address. 11750 Asbury Circle Solomons, MD 20685 room 240


 
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