April 2, 2020 Death of James Kline II
April 1, 2020 Tribute to Brother Manley
The Retired Association has been notified that on Channel 11 news at 5 PM tonight there will be a report on Brother Manley describing his involvement with special Olympics. Also, look in tomorrows Washington Post and\or Baltimore Sun for possible articles and/or obituaries.
Gerard Paul Manley, “Jerry”, 58, a resident of Huntingtown, MD for eighteen years and previously of Bowie and Cheverly, MD, died on Tuesday, March 31 in Prince Frederick, MD. Born on September 4, 1961 in Washington, DC to the late Harry and Laurie Manley, Jerry was a graduate of the University of Maryland. He retired as a Sergeant from the P.G. County Police Department where he served for 33 years. Jerry was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church, the Mickey Steele Foundation, the Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge and Children’s National Medical Center Foundations. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, father-in-law, granddad, brother, son, and friend. Jerry had the most generous heart, always looking out for others and helping everyone in any and every way! He had an infectious sense of humor, always making everyone smile. His love of sports, golf, the beach, and of course Bud Lite, made for many, many, many beautiful memories with friends and family that will always be treasured. Loving his family beyond measure, he was their rock, their everything and he will be missed in an unimaginable way. Jerry is survived by his wife of 33 years, Valerie Sue Manley; his children, Ryan P. (Gladys) and Taylor M. (Hailey) Manley both of Los Angeles, CA, Brittany (Thomas) O’Brien of Waterford, Ireland, Alissa (Trey) Manley of Huntingtown, MD and Krystyn Mitchell of Long Beach, CA and his siblings, Bill, Michael and Harry Manley, Mary McCarthy and Theresa Carruthers. Due to the corona virus situation funeral services will be postponed to a safer time. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Special Olympics of MD, ATTN: Upper Shore Program, 3701 Commerce Dr., #103, Baltimore, MD 21227.
March 31, 2020 Death of Brother Terry Putman #144
March 31, 2020 Death of Brother Jerry Manley #1985
March 28, 2020 FOP on the Hill
March 27, 2020 Photo from 1975
March 26, 2020 LEOSA Cards 3/26/20
The Retired Association has been notified that all LEOSA cards will be honored until 30 days after the Governor lifts the state of emergency.
March 26, 2020 From Vice President Paul Mazzei
**FOP 89 Help Our Heroes Campaign 2020**
In this chaotic time Fraternal Order of Prince George’s County Police, Lodge 89 is looking to partner with our community members and businesses as we attempt to keep our members on the front lines of this Pandemic safe. As many are aware, buying essential cleaning supplies in bulk is almost impossible. As a result, FOP 89 has begun a campaign to purchase Our Troops gift cards that will be distributed to individual squads to purchase these items on a smaller scale. FOP 89 will kick start the campaign with the purchase of cards for every patrol squad. We are in need of community partners to donate so we can expand that reach and ensure all of our members are taken care of. Please consider a donation (no amount too small) to help the brave members of FOP 89 survive this trying time. If you are a local business that would like to partner with the FOP on a larger scale, please send us a DM or email us directly at Fop89@Fop89.org
**Please note: PayPal Link below goes directly to FOP 89 (no third party) and will be used solely to assist our members as this Pandemic continues**
2nd VP, FOP 89
March 26, 2020 Cindy Shifflett
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 supportFraternity yours,Brother Shifflett 1528**
March 25, 2020 Brother Karl Milligan
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.Hawk**
March 25, 2020 Offer From Brother Ray DanielsPer our conversation, I am sending you the information regarding the cemetery plots at Southern Memorial Gardens in Dunkirk, MD.We own two Sites at the aforementioned Cemetery:The sites are in the Garden of Honor, Lot 132, sites C & D: Each has a concrete vault.The sites are $1,495 ea Total: $2,990.00Concrete Vaults $1,495 ea Total: $2,990.00Grand total: $5,980.00Asking $4,000.00 OBO For all. Please call if interested.Raymond Daniels (218)Eleanor Daniels540-854-0822**
March 24, 2020 Retired Association
Brothers and Sisters,
The Lodge like other businesses is closed. However, the Retired Association can be reached by email email@example.com, text 240-441-5921. and cell phone 240-441-5921**
March 21, 2020 If you need help
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.**
April 8, 2018 New ID Card
PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT INCLUDING WEDNESDAYS.
PERSONNEL MUST RECEIVE APPROVAL FROM THE DEPARTMENT TO ISSUE A NEW ID CARD.
REQUESTS: Requests can be made by many ways…
- In person or by mail at the Police Personnel Division, 1801 McCormick Drive, Suite 270, Largo, Maryland 20774
- Telephone at 301-780-8195
- Email at Police_Personnel@co.pg.md.us
REQUESTOR: Please provide full name, rank, ID#, retirement date, retirement type (normal retirement or disability retirement) and driver’s license for verification purposes. The requestor must complete the Identification Card Request Form to initiate the process. This form is provided upon request.
OUT-OF-STATE: Requests for out of state members will be handled via mail or email. Passport style photographs will be required to process the ID card. The photographs can be mailed to the Police Personnel Division or emailed in a JPEG format.
PROCESSING TIMES: Please note that all members are verified prior to issuance of an ID card. Therefore, processing times may vary from person to person as these checks may take time to perform.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – Call to make an appointment
- Wednesday – Walk-in accepted
LOST/STOLEN IDENTIFICATION CARD: It is the responsibility of the retiree to report a lost or stolen police department identification card to the jurisdiction of where the incident occurred. Retirees will need to provide a copy of the police report prior to receiving an identification card.
DAMAGED IDENTIFICATION CARD: A damaged identification card regardless of state needs to be returned to the Police Personnel Division in order to receive a replacement identification card.
UPDATING IDENTIFICATION CARD: The identification card does not expire and can be updated at any time. Retirees must check with the Police Personnel Division for available dates and times prior to scheduling an appointment. Walk-ins are accepted only on Wednesdays.
PGRetiredAssn@aol.com is for use of Retired Association business. It is also the mass email address to send out membership notifications.
TOBY62@aol.com is President Phil Constantino’s personal email.
firstname.lastname@example.org Toni Frostbutter Nelson personal email
I hope this clears up any confusion.
CIGNA Healthcare Members Customer Service is now open 24/7. The number is 1-800-244-6224.
The County’s Pension Fund website is
If you need to get a retired ID issued, you need to contact the Police Personnel Division:301-780-8195