This is our 2nd year with hopes that everyone who can come support this event will. The flyer above explains the cost for the party as well as the rooms (room rates available until Nov. 29th) if you would like to stay. If there are any questions you can reach out to John Gombita or any one of the Board members, phone numbers are in the red book as well as the web site.
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Suggest to your loved ones that in place of flowers they might consider donating to the Pittsburgh Veteran Firefighters Memorial Fund. Your family’s donation will help the PVFFA to continue to provide bibles and monetary help to our loved ones.
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The Retiree ID Card program will begin on Wednesday, March 15th from 9:00am till 11:00 am. at 2945 Railroad St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201 in the Strip. If there are any questions please contact Sid Smith @ 412-951-6209, or Jim Wyzomirski @ 412-999-6254, you must register.
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These were ordinary men and women in a profession that often took them to the edge of disaster. With years of training and practice they learn to overcome their fears, while gaining self-confidence in their abilities. They knew it was inevitable that someday they would come face to face with their own mortality. These Firefighters who work to preserve life and property, and whose shadowy figures would appear among the smoke and flames, struggled daily with the unknown challenges awaiting them. The people they served in the midst of destruction, never knew their names, never knew they had wept in silence for them, and never knew how the years of endless training had not prepared them for the realities of their profession. They were not heroes, just ordinary people doing an extraordinary job.
To these men and women, their only reward was in knowing that they gave their best—they are the Retired Firefighters—people of extraordinary courage—people who gave the very best of themselves to others.
Lets never forget those who have fought and continue to fight and die for “Our Country” and the Freedoms we enjoy.
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Andrea Murray, [email protected], 724.935.2310, handles all questions about the benefits as well as eligibility changes.
Phone number for United Concordia Dental 800-332-0366
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