Retirees Information

June 2, 2020     Wing Wednesday

June 1, 2020     FOP News

See President Yoes response to Minnesota Incident


May 28, 2020     Prayers for Brother K C Brown

From Jimmy Stewart:

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.


May 26, 2020     Return to Work

Brothers and Sisters:


With Governor Hogan’s lifting of the stay at home restriction I am back in the office Monday through Friday.  
Phil Constantino

May 26, 2020     Passing of former officer Ron Leeflang

Ian Leeflang, son of former officer Ron Leeflang,  is  sad to announce the passing of his father on Friday May 22, 2020.
Expressions of Sympathy may be sent to : 

May 24, 2020     Death of Cindy Shifflett

Brothers and Sisters,


After a long struggle with this terrible disease my wife sub-combed to her illness on the evening of May 22 in her home as I held her hand. She passed peacefully, below is a copy of the obituary I prepared in her memory. Thanks to all for your support during our trial.

Cindy Beth Shifflett

Born February 1969 and Passed During May 2020

My heart is heavy as I begin to write this, my dear wife Cindy has passed into the arms of her Lord and Savior after a 17-month battle with this dreaded cancer. Her tender soul left us during May 2020. She leaves behind so many that loved and cherished her sweet personality, especially her children Carissa and Jacob. Her mother and father, Doug and Carol along with her brother and his wife, David and Angela. Along with her niece and nephews, Sarah, Zachary and Ryan. Her grandmother Dorothy and her uncles Fred and Terry. Many of our friends grieve over the little light lost with her parting.

She dedicated her life first to God then to her husband and family but already there is a silence and loss blanketing those lives, an emptiness caused by her departure. The only warmth gathered from this invisible covering is that awareness upon where she now dwells. She kneels at the mighty throne of God and placed before her are the many crowns promised to believers through God’s word. The crown of life, a corruptible crown, a crown of righteousness, a crown of glory and a crown of rejoicing.

She came to know the Lord as just a small child and she would be a childlike servant to Him and others for the remainder of her given time here. She dedicated her life to being a Godly influence to so many, she taught Sunday school, led many Bible studies, she prayed without ceasing and comforted many who might have sorrow in their hearts. That physical beauty of her entire being, that glow and warmth she expound from within gave many in her presence a sense of a calm and peace. Now this calm, this peace, have returned to her, a reward for her sacrament as she dwells in a heavenly kingdom this present day. Lift up your hearts and rejoice with the Captain of the host of the Lord, the multitude of heavenly seraphs as they rejoice in blissful praise.

They that sow in tears shall reap in joy (Psalm 126:5). Tears from the many Saints flow as they rejoice and harvest joy upon her arrival in paradise and yet many tears stream along the faces of those left behind. Some of those tears may flow and cover our face as did the lifeblood which streamed from Christ at Calvary but know the anguish of our separation cannot be appeased alone. Look toward Christ and try to find solace in the image of that angelic body that now drapes its protective covering over her and with that, we now release her into eternity.

She was a perfect helpmeet, whose long life of exceptional and beautiful service more than fulfilled its wide opportunities. With peace in my heart, I return you to the arms of the one who created you for me.                                                                                                                                        With love, from your husband Chris

 Decisions to forego traditional services in light of the current Coronavirus pandemic was not easy. A future memorial service will take place when these events subside. In lieu of flowers and cards of sympathy. You may consideration a donation in Cindy’s memory to our church noted below, by either mail or website. Thank you for your many prayers and acts of encouragement.

Calvary Baptist church § 3200 Ridge Road Westminster, MD 21157 § Phone: (410)-635-2800 §

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. 




April 8, 2018     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


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.     


*    is for use of Retired Association business. It is also the mass email address to send out membership notifications. is President Phil Constantino’s personal email. 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

This is the web site to view your monthly check, W2, 1099R

If you need to get a retired ID issued, you need to contact the Police Personnel Division:301-780-8195