PRESIDENTS MESSAGE NOV 25, 2019
To ALL OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN BLUE.
I wish to extend to you and your families a most wonderful Thanks Giving.
That time is here again to remit dues for the following year 2020-2021.
The dues is $ 30.00.
Checks can be sent to:
N/E 10-13 club
P.O. Box 291862.
Port Orange FL 32129
Our next meeting will be held on the 6th of January.
Details to follow.
" WE TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN "
CALL FOR PRAYER
From Member Antonio (Tony) Rodriguez
I don't know where to start, so I will start by asking my fellow retirees in both clubs to keep my wife Socorro (Coqui) Rodriguez in your pray's as we move forward with aggressive cancer treatment. We started the cancer fight on July of last year, when she was diagnosed with throat, and lung cancer (stage 4). After a P.E.T. scan in December we were informed that the cancer had been defeated and it was the best Christmas of our lives.
The latter was shortly lived when on April 4th of this year she had a follow-up P.E.T. scan which identified cancer (Squamous cell carcinoma) in both her lungs and in her blood. It has come back with a vengeance...
In closing let me thank all of you in advance and also to say that we believe in the power of prayer...
The Rodriguez Family
Thank you Eddie, yes please post. We are currently under treatment here in Naples with 21st Century Oncology and are receiving the best care possible for lung cancer. Perhaps other members who are or might have gone through a similar process can offer us some advice going forward. Any information is desperately welcome..
Thanks so much and God Bless
Tony Rodriguez 239-348-7822
Thank you so much for thinking of us, it is remarkable how someone like you, that has so much in their basket to carry around could even find the time for an e-mail. You are one of a kind my friend. Coqui is doing fairly well, we just got back Moffit Cancer Center in Tampa seeking a second opinion and were told that the best option seems to to continue the regiment of chem. Our faith in God continues to guide us going forward, Again, thanks so much for all the prayers offered for Coqui (who has been my bride for 55 yrs.) and who still is the love of my life.
SICK CALL & ALSO PRAYERS FOR
IF YOU KNOW OF ANY MEMBER, SPOUSE OR CHILD, THAT NEEDS PRAYERS,
PLEASE LET ME KNOW
Rudy Andre 12/10 Night Honoring Ptl. Padilla and Ptl. Negron
Joe, Thanks for the invitation to Patrolman Victor Padilla and Ptl. Ivan Negron event of December
8, 2018 honoring them for their efforts during 1972 Murder of Patrolman Phillip Cardillo in the Harlem Mosque.
Victor Padilla and Ivan's wife Evelyn were quite moved by this honor. I was privileged to speak at this very special occasion. It's a day I will never forget. We need to remember that wife's and family are also dealing with the trauma that the job required of its personnel.
The murder of Phillip Cardillo also reminds me of other officers either injured or lost in the line of duty. I remember Ptl. Curry and Ptl. Binetti being shot with a .45 cal sub-machine gun in the 25th Pct. The murder of Ptl. Piagentini and Ptl. Jones in the 32nd precinct. I worked with Waverly Jones in the 46 pct in my trainee years.
I car pooled and worked with Ptl. Gerard Stehl, Ptl. Eddie Aarons, and Ptl. Carmine Sanguedolce all shot in the 28th precinct. I know their families, children had dinner and holidays with them. Thank God they all survived their gunshot injuries. The men of the 6th division which you know is comprised of made an ever lasting impression on me. We backed each other up and fought to keep each other alive. I had to shoot armed men in the 25th, 32nd and 28th precincts. It's men like these I will never forget.
I loved the job and would do it all over again. Death and chaos was an everyday occurrence in Harlem. We the men of the 6th division were a team not to be F with.
Be safe , Rudy
Thanks, Rudy, For Being At This Wonderful Event And Telling Your Story Of What You Witnessed. No One Couldn't Have Told It Any Better. Rudy Andre Gave A Full Account Of What Happened On April 14, 1972 From The Time The 10-13 Call Came In And When The Backup Units Entered The Mosque. We Had Over 250 People Attend With Great Salsa And Disco Music to Dance To.
SAL ROSATO FUNERAL SERVICE HELD on DEC 4, 2019
Sal Rosato, passed away on November 29, 2019. Funeral Service was held on December 4, 2019. NYCPD Honor Guard attended, plus US NAVY Honor Guard. Sal’s wife Marie was presented with USA Flag, Dept Flag and a Shadow Box.
SAL ROSATO PASSED AWAY on NOV 29, 2019
Today NOV 29, 2019 , my wife Linda received a call from Marie Rosato, that Sal passed last night. I also spoke with Marie, the funeral arrangements have not been made yet. Will advise you when Marie contacts me back.
Sal started in the 20 Pct. where he received The Medal for Valor. He was in a gun battle with rap brown a well known BLA terrorists on a rooftop. During the ensuing gun battle Sal was shot in his hand. Later on in his career he transferred to the 103 Pct.
When Sal was the Secretary of the Club, he did an outstanding job. He also did the newsletter. We became good friends and our wives are also good friends.
Sal will be sorely missed by all. Please keep Sal and Marie in your prayers.
7/15 JOHN WOODS PASSED AWAY on JULY 13, 2019
This is Maggie, John's wife. Sadly, John passed away this Saturday evening, the 13th of July at home surrounded by his family. JOHN was a ret. LT. 84 Pct
Services are as follows:
Thursday, July 18th 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Viewing and Visitation
Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home (West Altamonte Location)
90 Withersfield Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Friday, July 19th 10:00 a.m.
Mass of Christian Burial
Annunciation Catholic Church
1020 Montgomery Road, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Burial following at Highland Memory Gardens. Thank you for your friendship and support to our family.
Member ( Joe Danko )
7/1/19 Good morning Jack,
My dad passed away last week, we had a burial for him but no wake or funeral. I know you all wanted to be there but I wasn’t even there for I have been going for treatment for breast cancer.
Thanks for all the club did for him.
LLOYD FINLEY PASSED AWAY on MARCH 1, 2019
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of retired Sgt. Lloyd R. Finley on March 1, 2019. The Family of retired Sgt. Finley will have a "Celebration of Lloyd R. Finley's Life" on Mar. 29, 2019 at the African American Cultural Society, 4422 Hwy. U.S. 1, Palm Coast, Fl.. 32164 from 11am-3pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Stuart F. Myer Hospice House c/o Rebecca 150 Memorial Pkwy. Palm Coast, Fl. 32164.
JOE ZACHARY PASSED AWAY on MARCH 3, 2019
Joe Zachary passed away this morning, Mar 3, 2019. Bill Zachary, Joe’s brother just called me with this sad news. Marie Zachary stated that their family wanted a very small funeral service.
Al Gleason PASSED AWAY on February 20, 2019
A funeral Mass will be celebrated, Saturday, March 9, 2019 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church 4600 Belle Terre Parkway Palm Coast, FL 32164 (386) 445-2411. The family will be available to meet with friends before the mass. Mass will begin at 1pm.
After Mass, Al’s wife Barbara has invited all to the VFW 8696 Old Kings Rd. N.
2/27/2019 PASSING of LIFE MEMBER HOWIE ROSENFELD
Howie died at 4 pm this evening 2/26/2019, I am devastated. Arrangements for his funeral are: Services will be held this Friday, March 1st at 1:30PM for deceased club member Howard Rosenfeld, at the Beth Sholom Memorial Chapel, located at 640 – Lee Road Orlando, FL phone # 407-599-1180. Howie is a member of NE 10-13 and Brevard 10-13
Howie will be buried on Monday, March 4th at the National Cemetery in Webster, FL with Military Honors., His widow Maddy really needs our support at this time. I will have room for 4 others in my vehicle., Nick Miele, President
PASSING of MEMBER JOHN RUCKER
Memorial Services celebrating the life of John Robert Rucker 87 of Palm Coast will be held on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 2:00 PM in St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5400 Belle Terre Parkway, and Palm Coast. The family will receive friends on Saturday, Nov 17 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM in the chapel of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home, 511 Old Kings Road S. Flagler Beach. Mr. Rucker, A former Police Officer in New York City, Passed away on November 5, 2018 in Florida Hospital Flagler. He was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, the Afro-American Cultural Society and had the distinction of being the First Afro-American Basketball Player to sign a contract with the NY Knicks. Mr. Rucker was an army veteran and enjoyed playing golf and all sports.
2018 PASSING of MEMBER ROYAL KNAB
I have been informed by former NE 10-13 member Dave Locker, that, LIFE member Royal KNAB, of Altamonte Springs, FL has passed away. A memorial service was held at the North Land Church, Longwood, FL on 10-13-2018 at 11:00 am.
Jack Murray just returned from the Memorial Service for Roy Knab in Longwood. Very nice service especially for guys with bad knees. There was no up and down kneeling at all. LOL. At the service were John December, Dave Locker and Bruce Brown. People that I knew and remembered. Deceased member Nick Fabrisio's wife Joan was also there. He had quite a life. He retired from NYPD as a Sergeant, retired from Army National Guard as a First Sergeant, received his B.S. in nursing and was a U.S. Marshall. Quite a career!
PASSING of MARTY SYKEN’s WIFE LOUISE
Eddie, Marty Sykens wife Louise passed away this morning. He asked to let the club know Al Vize
From: Jack Houston Louise Syken Update
I spoke with Marty. He is currently surrounded by loved ones and everything is being taken care of at this time. His wife, Louise, requested a simple service. There will be no viewing or religious observance. Marty requests that members say prayers, that his wife finds herself in a peaceful place. I extended the condolences on behalf of the Club. Regards, Jack
Passing of Member John Ward
10-26 I was informed by Rich Herndon that John Ward has passed away. Unfortunately, I have not been able to get any additional information at this time. Regards, Jack
10-28 Update on John Ward's passing. His wife, Mary, has indicated to member Rich Herndon, that the service will be private. No further information will be forthcoming.