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 6/5/2020       Obituary Verrrazzano 10-13 President Richard Commesso

 

Please Keep Rich's Family In Your Thoughts And Prayer.

Richard Commesso, 76. 

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5/30/2020                       PASSING  OF  RICHARD  COMMESSO  

It is with deep sympathy and sadness that I inform you of the passing of our Verrazano 10-13 President Richard Commesso. (see below for further details) I will be assembling with members of the Verrazano and friends of Rich's at 3:30 PM in the parking lot of the funeral home.  I am requesting that  members of our tri-state chapters make every effort to attend on Friday.  In addition, I ask that we all continue to keep his wife Irene, Debbie, Susan and Rich's family in our prayers.

 

Hope to see you Friday.

 

Rest in Peace Dear Friend.

 

Fraternally

Frank Martarella

It is with regret and great sadness to inform you of the passing of Richard  Commesso,  president of our Verrazano 10-13 Association and dear friend, on the morning of Friday, April 30 30.

Richie was loved and respected by all who knew him.  He will be sorely missed.  

 

We extend our condolences and deepest sympathies to his loving wife Irene, his daughters Sue and Debbie and the entire Commesso family. 

 

May He Rest In Peace

 

Richie’s wife, Irene, was hospitalized for the Covid-19 virus shortly before his passing.  As per request of the family, for personal reasons, we were asked not to make any announcement of his passing until she was released.

 

We hope you will understand.

 

A private service for family members will be held from 2 to 4PM, Friday, June 5th at Hanley Funeral Home, 60 New Dorp Lane, Staten Island, 10306.  

 

There will be no church or interment services.  Members wishing to pay their respects may assemble in the Funeral Home parking lot directly across the street from Our Lady Queen Of Peace Catholic Church at 3:30 PM.

 

There will be an Honor Guard present.

 

Thank You

5/18/2020                   IMPORTANT  MESSAGE  FROM   BOB   GANLEY

 <BOB.GANLEY@nypd.org>

 

Good morning,

 

I just wanted to take an opportunity to clarify the above attachment that was e-mailed recently. 

 

The attached jpg has absolutely nothing to do with the New York City Police Pension Fund AND THEREFORE HAS ZERO EFFECT on retired members of the NYPD.  We are not members of the New York State Police and Fire Retirement System and Comptroller Di Napoli has NO control on where or how OUR PENSION MONIES ARE INVESTED.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to call or e-mail me.

 

BG

 

Robert Ganley
Deputy Commissioner, Employee Relations

One Police Plaza, Room 1407

New York, NY 10038

(O): 646-610-8170

Email: bob.ganley@nypd.org

  5/10/2020   I  AM  N Y P D

4/27/2020     GREEN  BOOK  ONLINE   Is the official directory of the City of New York.  The Green Book includes detailed listings of contacts within each agency.

1/9/2020  PENSION PROTECTION ACT  (“PPA”),        Retirees  MAY  Deduct Cost of Benefits

9/20       Office of Labor Relations (OLRHAS MOVED

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 8/9/19              WHY-ARE-RETIRED-POLICE-OFFICERS-HAVING-PROBLEMS/

 From: Chip HV 10-13

                LEOSA State by State:               

     

This was sent to me today and I found it interesting, probably a bit concerning, but also very informative.  Some good information in it that you and your colleagues might want to be aware of.  I’ve always had a gut feeling that relying on a LEOSA permit and qualification as the sole authority to carry, might be a bit risky just because of some of the ambiguousness of it.

 

 

 

 N Y C Owes Over $100 Billion for Retiree Health Care

The city’s $98 billion unfunded liability for retiree health care exceeds the city’s $93 billion of bond debt and $48 billion pension-fund shortfall.

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