Wednesday, April 9, 2014

RFD Promotions


The Rochester Fire Department held a Promotion Ceremony on April 9, 2014 in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Library on South Ave. Fire Chief John Schreiber made the following Promotions at the ceremony:
Captain Thomas Szatko was promoted to Deputy Chief and will serve as the Fire Marshal.

Captain Felipe Hernandez, Jr was promoted to the Rank of Deputy Chief and will serve as the Deputy Chief of Training.
Lieutenant Edward “Ted” Kuppinger was promoted to Captain.
Lieutenant Thomas Rogan was promoted to Captain.

FF Jonathon Aponte was promoted to Lieutenant.
FF Jamie Renner was also promoted to Lieutenant.

Congratulations to these members and their families. 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

MVP In Network Provider


Follow these steps to find an MVP In Network Provider:
go to the MVP Health Care Website to find a provider:
https://swp.mvphealthcare.com/wps/portal/mvp/home/members/finddoctor

Click Doctor Search (or other type of Facility needed.)

If you don’t have your Member ID#, search by MVP Plan Type and select “MVP Preferred EPO” for the Core Plan or “MVP Preferred PPO” for the Enhanced Plan.

There are a number of other criteria that can be added (i.e., zip code, specialty, etc.)
Or call MVP: 1-888-687-6277 
Monday, March 3, 2014

Charity Hockey Game


A charity Hockey game to benefit the MDA was held at MCC on March 1, 2014. The game was held between the Rochester Fire Department and the Syracuse Fire Department. The RFD won by a score of 7-2. Local 1071 would like to thank the SFD Hockey Team for making the trip and playing a great game. We would also like to express a sincere thank you to the dozens of generous fans that attended. A total of $2,200.00 was collected through donations at the door and will be donated to the MDA. 

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The object of this Local is to give voice to our members, to improve their moral, intellectual, social and economic conditions. To consider the sick, and respect the dead, to promote skill and pride in our work, to promote cordial relations with everyone we contact or serve, to promote social, charitable, and athletic activities, and promote health and safety practices.

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