MEMBERS' WELL BEING
PLEASE KEEP THEM IN YOUR PRAYERS AND DROP THEM A NOTE/E-MAIL.
It is with Great Sadness that the membership of the Retired Association are notified of the passing of Brother Robert (Bobby) Stallings on January 11, 2021. He passed away peacefully at home and was 75 years old. Bobby retired from the Department in 1992.
Bobby was a lifelong resident of Prince George's County born in Cheverly, Maryland in 1945 and resided in Brandywine, Maryland at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife Rebecca Barbara Stallings, his stepsons Joe (Erin) and Matthew (Ashley) step-daughter Caitlin (Banks) grandchildren Joey, Ava, Brayden, Blake, Kalleigh, and Robyn, his great-granddaughter Aleeya, his brother Paul and his sister Beverly.
Father Blum will conduct a funeral service at 1000hrs. on January 21, 2021 at St. Michaels Church 17510 Horsehead Road Brandywine MD 20613. Arrangement information, obituary and condolence book can be found at,www.brinsfieldfuneralhome.com
Expressions of sympathy can be sent to Rebecca Stallings at 14500 Baden Westwood Road Brandywine MD 20613
With a heavy heart the Special Investigation Division’s Auto Crimes Section must inform you of the untimely passing of Amanda ‘Mandy’ Carol Wood, wife of Retired Corporal Christopher Wood #1960 currently assigned to the Dille Tract as a civilian VIN inspector. Mandy was formerly a Public Safety Aide and a station clerk. Mandy’s other connections to the PGPD family include her mother June Zidek who retired as a station clerk, her cousin Retired Corporal Jimmy Hasty, and her nephew POFC John Rasmussen. Due to COVID restrictions the family has elected not to have formal services. A celebration of life will be planned at a future date once gathering restrictions have eased. Please keep the Wood family in your thoughts during this difficult time.
S/A Major Ordono #2587
President Phil Constantino was recently admitted to Calvert Memorial Hospital for severe back pain. It was determined there after testing, that surgery will be required. Phil has been transferred to Georgetown Hospital where surgery will take place in the coming days. Phil requests no phone calls at this time. During Phil's hospitalization and recovery I will be the point of contact for all inquiries regarding the retirees association. I will continue to keep you updated as to Phil's progress and recovery as new information becomes available. Please keep Phil and Carol in your thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery.
S/A Diane Salen Vice President, Prince George's County Police Department Retired Officers Association
From VP Salen
I just spoke to Carol, Phil is out of surgery and it went very well. Phil was able to speak to Carol and she said he sounds great. He is resting comfortably with very little pain. Phil and Carol truly appreciate all the well wishes, support and prayers. They are still asking for no phone calls at this time so that Phil can rest and recuperate.
I spoke to Carol last night and she said that Phil will remain in the hospital for the time being so that he can begin his physical therapy there.
Carol and Phil truly appreciate your prayers and well wishes but ask again that there be no phone calls or text messages at this time.
Phil needs to concentrate on rest and recovery right now and will most certainly catch up with all of you when he gets home.
Diane Salen Vice President
Hope you are doing well. I successfully contacted KC Brown last week. The 10-40 you gave me is his residence in Accokeek and I spoke with his wife Billy Jean. KC is currently an in-patient care at the Restore Health Rehabilitation Center, 4615 Einstein Pl, White Plains, MD 20695 (240) 448-2000) and they of course don’t allow visitors at this time. He suffered a stroke a few months ago but is in good spirits and recovering.
KC wanted me to give you his cell phone number, and his OK for you to give it out. He’s on: 240 448-2054. He sends his regards and best wishes to everyone. We spent a little while reliving those “...Thrilling days of Yesteryear…” I’ll be checking with him at least weekly and will let you know of anything changes.
From Bro Al Hall.
For those who have time to visit. Brother Jim Wiseman is in assisted living in Warrenton, VA. He can have visitors keeping 6 ft and wearing a mask. PM me and I can give you the information.
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
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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