Retirees Information

October 22, 2019



October 22, 2019     Ravens Tickets




October 22, 2019     Death of Michael Fahey

It is with great sadness that the WAVE Unit announces the passing of Michael G. Fahey. Mr. Fahey is the brother of Retired

Sgt. Kelly Frenck (Rogers) #1851, who is currently assigned to the WAVE unit as an analyst. The services have yet to be determined. Please keep the Fahey family in your thoughts and prayers.

Thank you

Sgt. Joseph Bunce #2267

Prince George’s County Police Department




October 21, 2019     Death of Theresa Packard

The PCEA regrets to inform the members of Prince George’s County Police Department of the passing of one of our former PCEA members, Ms. Theresa Prince Packard #C133. Theresa passed away on Tuesday, October 08, 2019 with her family by her side after a long illness.
Ms. Theresa Packard was hired by the Prince George’s County Police Department on May 03, 1976 and separated from us on September 22, 2001. Throughout her twenty-five years of dedicated service with the department, Theresa worked in several units within the Records Management Division. She was in the original Pawn Unit and left as a Supervisory Clerk under Information Technology Services, at her departure.  Theresa’s daughter Kathy Stout (formerly Greene) worked for the Police Department as well.
There will be a celebration of Theresa’s life held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 2 pm to 6 pm, downstairs at FOP Lodge 89, 2911 Largo Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20770
Please keep the Prince, Packard, and Stout families in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Rhonda Hatton
1st Vice President

October 21, 2019     Death of Aileen Campbell

It is with Painful Sadness that the membership of the Retired Association is notified of the passing of Aileen Marie Campbell 18 granddaughter of Brother Denny Campbell and daughter of Brother Steve Campbell. Her death was the result of a traffic accident. 
Arrangements will be posted when received. 
Brother Denny Campbell
5340 Majesty La.
St Leonard, MD 20685
Brother Steve Campbell
1819 Lottie Fowler Rd.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

October 21, 2019     Lunch with Charlie 10/23/19

October has 5 Wednesday. This Wednesday  October 23, 2020 is not scheduled to have a Lunch with Charlie. So, lets do one. On Wednesday October 23, 2019 lets meet at the Seafood Palace in Parole.  The address is  81 Forest Plaza Store A Annapolis MD 21401. It is located in the shopping center where the Country Buffet was located.  Lets meet around 1115 AM. 



October 16, 2019     Brother Savoid Update 10/16/19

From Brother Pat Grogan:

Brother Savoid’s room phone number 240-270-7489

His room number is 2335 and the main number for the assisted care home is 301-932-7013.

Luckily we were able to talk with Kenny. Other than sounding a bit weak, we had nice conversation. As stated before, he does wish to hear from his police friends.

God Bless,

Pat Grogan




October 8, 2019     Range Dates

The following is the range dates at the department range foe LEOSA permits:
October 30, 2019 at 1700 Hrs.
November 25, 2019 at 1600 Hrs.
December 23, 2019 at 1600 Hrs.
Sign up on; Retirees heading ; HR 218 Info

October 7, 2019     October Meeting Minutes

Call to Order:


The membership offered prayers for the following members who passed away: Retired Member Dwight “Double D” Deloatch #1035 on September 11, 2019; Brother Paul Clements #36, charter FOP member on September 15, 2019;

Active Officer Corporal Marquette Turner #2754

Civilian Retiree Anita McNair;

The membership prayed for a speedy and complete recovery for: Regina Grogan, wife of Brother Pat Grogan; Cindy Shifflett, wife of Brother Chris Shifflett; Brother Russ Caudill; Former member Larry Reynolds,

Update Brother Ed Steele has been released from Johns Hopkins;

Pledge of Allegiance:


New Retirees: William Rayle #2151, Davis Essing #2351

Seldom Seen:   Bruce Lyons first meeting in 28 years, Tim Ender first meeting,

Old Business:

1) Lunch with Charlie Ward: Bottom of the Hill Leonardtown on October 9 at 11:30 AM, at Three Brothers Prince Frederick on October 16 at 1130 AM; and at the Double T Diner in Annapolis on October 30 at 11:00 AM. There is an off Wednesday October 23. Good chance the group might try the Seafood Palace in Parole where the Country Buffet use to be.

2)  Thank you for your vote of confidence in me for returning me to the president’s position.  Thank you to my wife Sister Carol Stevens Constantino, without her guidance, assistance and love I couldn’t do this job.  Thank you to Toni Frostbutter Nelson for her help and bookkeeping skills.

FOP Elections: There are only two contested races, First Vice President, and Inner Guard. The candidates are First Vice President; Sherrice Carpenter and Herb Aikens. Inner Guard Jennifer Reio and Cal Tyson. The candidates will each have 3 minutes to address the membership. The Endorsement Committee chaired by Gary Pickering and consisting of John Rhodes, Kevin Curtis, Milt Crump, and Kerry Watson will interview the candidates and make a recommendation to the membership at the November meeting.

Past President Percy Alston is the Chief Election Judge. He spoke to the membership about the rules for voting.

The Retired members will receive a letter in the mail explaining the voting procedure.

3) FOP Lodge 109 will have a Cash Bash at the Elks Lodge in Calvert County on October 19.

4) Final Notes on Ocean City

5) Fundraiser for Cpl. Park on October 25 at 1900 Hrs.

6) Brother Swope on the Car Show

7) Kim Adams Thank You

8) History Project

9)  Free College from National FOP

Vice President Report: Diane Salen: Vice President Salen explained why and how she came to want to be the Retired Association Vice President. She thanked the membership for returning to office.

Secretary Report: Mike Landrum: Reported 848 members.

Treasurers Report: Milt Crump:

The Treasury has $38, 325.27

FOP Report: Lodge Second Vice President Mark Mason spoke to the membership on how humbled he was to represent the retirees. He stated he is not running for re-election for health reasons. He suffered a heart problem a few months back.

President Zeek Teletchea explained the recent officer involved shooting in Hyattsville.  He talked about the October 25 fundraiser for CPL Park. CPL Park was the lead on an EST raid and was met with a shot gun blast that struck his hands. CPL Park was worried he couldn’t fire back due to the damage to his hands. The fundraiser will help with family expenses.

President Elect Angelo Consoli introduced the newly elected Executive Board. He went on to express his wishes to have First Vice President candidate Sherrice Carpenter and Inner Guard Jennifer Reio to be elected to join the Executive Committee. He spoke on his commitment to the retirees.

 Finance Committee Report: None

Raffles: 50/50:   $175 won by Brother Terry Evans who donated to the CPL Park fund in the name of Retired EST members.

The Attendance Raffle for the month of October is $450, Brother Ted Peters was not in attendance.

Attendees: 91

Good of the Order:

  1. Thanks to former member Chuck Morse, Brother Rick Simmons, Sister Anita Fiora Hunt, and Joe Rollo for bringing meals to a Brother whom has a relative recovering from surgery.

2) Brother Pat Morrissette has Fallen Hero Mark Murphy rubber wrist bands for sale.

3) The Retired Association was notified that Brother Paul Tucker was denied the disability tax break in Calvert County.

4) The Retired Association took up a collection for CPL. Park.

Dinner: Cole’s Catering:  Fresh Garden Salad, Roasted Chicken Legs, Bratwurst /Kielbasa w/ Sauerkraut, w/Italian Sub Rolls, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Collard Greens, Assorted Dessert



October 4, 2019     2020 Open Enrollment

Brothers and Sisters,
Prince George’s County has moved Benefits Open Enrollment to November 1 to November 15. Benefits stated they are in the process in updating the information.
Keep an eye for changes to the web page below. When the item says 2020 enrollment booklet that will be the new information. Each retiree should receive a booklet in the mail. Unfortunately not sure when it will be mailed.

September 18, 2019     Fundraiser for Officer Park

Brothers and Sisters,

Come out to FOP89 on October 25, 2019 at 1900 Hrs. for a fundraiser for Cpl. Hong Park #3414 who was shot while serving a search warrant.  Cpl. Park sustained multiple injuries that resulted in several surgeries. All proceeds will go to Cpl. Park and his family.  Please see attached flyer for details.


Mark D. Mason

2nd Vice President








May 10, 2019     Maryland Handgun Permit

In recent months members of the Retired Association have notified the Association that it was difficult to obtain a letter needed to obtain a Maryland gun permit. Spoke with Major Tony Schartner, the Chief’s Executive Officer, who stated to obtain a letter contact the Chief’s office 301-952-4740 ask foe Anita Swann, or email
This is for a Maryland permit not a HR218 permit.

Prayer List

Cindy Shifflett wife of Brother Chris Shifflett: 


From Brother Chris Shifflett:

Just a short update. Last week my wife had a CT scan of her lung and midsection to see the progress of her treatment and the cancer itself. Today we learned that overall the news is good. The left lung still shows no sign of cancer but it remains active in her right lung. There is cancerous tumor there but that has shrunk about 19% since starting a regular scheduled cancer drug treatment. The drug has some side effects but normally doesn’t cause hair loss but my wife likes to be that 1 in 10 patient that screws up the stats and that something like that would happen to. She lost some hair and had it cut into a bob but she’s still looks beautiful to me.
There remains active cancer nodules in her right lung as well but have not shown any significant change/growth, the tumor on her liver and pelvis remain small and unchanged which is all good news. Additionally they speculated that the bone around the tumor on her pelvis is trying to regenerate itself and repair itself. Additionally the issue with the intestine has improved as well, there was a dilated section of the intestine present, caused by the pain meds, which has expanded and seems to also act as if it’s trying to repair itself. The day after labor day she’ll undergo a 4-5 hour full body MRI under complete sedation at Hopkins to gather information about the two tumors on her spine and determine if they are in the spine or if any others are developing. 
She went through some complications that caused her weight to drop to 97 lbs. but after the adjustment of some medication she weighs 113 lbs. now. Her normal weight is around 125 lbs. Hopefully that will continue to increase as time goes on. The team of physicians that work to treat her know she is dealing with two compound issues, the effects of her m/v accident and her cancer. They’re exploring the idea of having a neurosurgeon do a nerve abrasion or nerve block to her spine to stop the nerves synapsis from sending pain messages to the spine, neck and head. It would be a permanent fix but there are complications involved and much to consider, they will take there time in exploring this idea.
Thanks all for your prayers and support.
Fraternally yours, Bro. C. Shifflett

Brother Kenny Savoid: 10/15/19

Brother Savoid was sent home Friday after being treated for dementia in the care of hospice. He has since been moved. We received the following note from the family. Brother Savoid would like phone calls and visits.

Can you get this to someone at the FOP

Charleston Senior Community 45 Saint Patrick’s Drive Waldorf, MD 20603. If they visit they will get his room number from the front desk.
For Kenny Savoid




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