​President                     Ed Weireter

1st Vice President      Keith Hansen

2nd Vice President     Lou Falco III

Treasurer                     Joe Cain

Secretary                      Lynn Hayes

Financial Secretary      Jim Sciacca

1st Sgt. at Arms           Mike Heath

2nd Sgt at Arms           Dennis Dodrill

Editor                             Peg Varieur

Chaplain                        George Albin


Orangetown               Daniel Ryan

Clarkstown                  Chris Cortelli

Haverstraw                  Manny Figueroa

Stony Point                  Bob Bertrand

Ramapo                        Mike Higgins    

Trustee at Large          Tim Connolly Jr

​Health and Welfare    John Dillon

​Historian                       Jack Coleman

Past President             Mark Murphy

                     Health and Welfare

                                                  In Memoriam      
 Member Patrick Driscoll passed away on July 9, 2018.  Patrick served in the PA, 42, 16 Zone and MTS precinct.  Out condolences to the Driscoll family.  

Member Richard Cunningham passed away on July 13, 2018. Richie served in the 41, 28 and 47 precincts. Richie was a true credit to the Shields, a longtime member who could be counted on the help other members back and forth to hospitals and doctors. Our condolences to the Cunningham family.   

Member Nicholas Zoda passed away on July 19, 2018. Nicholas retired from the NYPD and served in MTN, 18 pct. And 16 pct.  Our condolences to the Zoda family.  

Member Kevin Moroney passed away on July 24, 2018.  Kevin retired from the NYPD 48 Detective Squad as a 1° grade detective. Many will remember that Kevin ran the annual Bronx Detectives picnic for many years.  Our condolences to the Moroney family.

                                                            Get Well Wishes
 Well wishes to John Hennessy (Ret. 44 SD) who is currently in Columbia Presbyterian.   

Well wishes to Jack Casey (Ret. Sgt., ESU, DEA TF) who is currently at home battling ALS.  

Continued well wishes to former board member Frank Farrelly who is recuperating at home.