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Brookline Fire Fighters Home History Fire Dept. History Mission Statement St Florian Copayment Reimbursement Photo Gallery News Feeds IAFF Headlines Guest Book Contact Us Member Resources Member Home Photos 2012 Recruits Retiree Night 2012 Pension & Welfare Online Voting Benefits Info and Forms FMLA Legislature Safety Committee New Residential Fire Study Shows Effects of Crew Size on Fire Fighting Operations I.A.F.F. Wellness Initiative Ryan White Care Act I.A.F.F. Apparatus Safety Program Officers & Staff Events Calendar Classified Ads Contracts Const./Bylaws Downloads Health Insurance Health Fair 2015 Schedule July 1, 2015 Rates Copay reimbursement form Opt Out form July 1,2015 Benefit Decision Guide RELIEF ASSOCIATION Relief By Laws Be Well Body Scan Blogs Login April 07, 2017 Member Login Username: Password: Not registered yet? Click Here to sign-up Forgot Your Login? Welcome You are not currently logged in. What's New at 950 Captain John Teahan will receive Firefighter of the year on 11/23/15 for his 1/1/15 rescue Elderly woman rescued from burning home Hero firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze and billowing smoke to rescue an elderly Brookline woman who had collapsed on her couch yesterday — Captain John Teahan (Ladder 2) found her in the nick of time with the help of a handheld thermal-imaging device. Read More... Fire Lieutenant Line of Duty Death 12/26/14 . Read More... September 29, 2010 Six IAFF Members Awarded Public Safety Medal of Valor September 29, 2010 – Every year since 2001, the president of the United States has bestowed the Public Safety Medal of Valor, the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer, on deserving men and women. This year, six IAFF members received the honor, including Brookline, MA Local 950 members Paul Pender Jr. and Rick Johnston, Palm Beach County, FL Local 2928 member Edwin O’Berry and Eastern Missouri Local 2665 members Bill Appel, Andrew Neff and Michael Chellis. Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Ed Holder presided over the ceremonies. All fire fighter honorees report that both Biden and Holder were very cordial and gave them their full attention. Pender and Johnston were recognized for their exceptional courage while responding to an April 16, 2008, house fire. When the call came in, there was a report that someone in a wheelchair was trapped on the second floor. “By the time we got there, the person in the wheelchair had made it out, but the heavy smoke and excessive heat were causing some other complications,” says Johnston. “Fellow Local 950 member Stephen Nelson had been knocked down by a backdraft and was partially buried under debris. We had to go in and get him.” Johnston and Pender put their own lives at risk, moving through heavy flames and smoke, to find Nelson and pull him safely out. All had to be treated for burns after the incident. From Palm Beach County, Florida, Local 2928 member Edwin O’Berry was honored for his bravery during an incident on April 8, 2009. O’Berry was among other fire fighters changing shifts at Fire Station 31 when he saw an officer hit in the head and his handgun stolen. “The fire station is located in a very bad area of town,” says O’Berry. “In fact, the captain from the previous shift was in the process of telling me that someone tried to steal one of our engines the night before when all of this started happening. I didn’t know until later that the officer’s attacker was the same person who tried to steal our engine.” O’Berry and fellow Local 2928 member Blum Desravins stepped in to help. O’Berry went to retrieve his personal gun from his car. And Desravins began helping the downed officer out of harms’ way. Meanwhile, the suspect carried the officer’s handgun as he ran toward some nearby apartments. O’Berry chased after him. The two eventually ended up face-to-face, at which point O’Berry shot the suspect in self-defense. The police officer survived, but the suspect later died of his injuries. The Palm Springs Police Department submitted O’Berry’s name for the Medal of Valor for his courageous actions. O’Berry also reports that, like other recipients, the White House provided air travel and accommodations for awardees and one family member. “I wanted to take both of my sons,” says O’Berry. “Thankfully, my local offered to pay his way. I really appreciated that.” In Maplewood, Missouri, three Eastern Missouri Local 2665 fire fighters – Bill Appel, Andrew Neff and Michael Chellis— were honored with the Medal of Valor for their actions in July 2008. The fire fighters were among several public safety personnel dispatched to what they believed was a routine vehicle fire. They arrived to find a truck on fire. When Local 2665 fire fighter Ryan Hummert approached the burning truck with the hose, someone shot him in the head. “The shot seemed to come out of nowhere,” says Local 2665 fire fighter Andy Neff. “As we worked on Hummert, it was clear that the situation was not good.” As this was happening a police officer, who had also responded to the scene, was also shot by the gunman. Neff began administering medical attention to the police officer as Local 2665 fire fighters Bill Appel and Micheal Chellis moved Hummert out of the line of fire. Throughout the incident, Appel kept communication lines open with dispatch so that more police officers and medical assistance could be sent to the scene. Unfortunately, Hummert did not survive his injuries. The medal is awarded annually by the president to public safety officers who have exhibited exceptional courage, regardless of personal safety, in the attempt to save or protect human life. To receive the Medal of Valor, public safety officers must be nominated by the chief executive officer of their employing agencies. (Retired I.A.F.F. member Firefighter Gerry Murphy was also honored.) Brookline's Finest in Afghanistan Andrew Amendola, Brookline Police Department Son of Brookline Fire Captain Joseph Amendola Firefighter Cadman From One Call of Duty to Another Brookline firefighter Brian Cadman to serve as crew chief for medical helicopter unit in Iraq. By Neal Simpson | Email the author | August 27, 2010 Brian Cadman does not look like a man headed off to war. Leaning back in a swiveling office chair at the Babcock Street firehouse, the young firefighter with bright green eyes jokes around with fellow jakes just back from an inspection while scribbling down his choice of burrito for someone going on a lunch run. Ask him about his impending deployment to Iraq, and he'll tell you he's not worried; he's done this before—if not in a combat zone—and he can do it again. But the last time Cadman was deployed—working as a helicopter mechanic based in Kuwait in 2005—he didn't have two young daughters at home, or a wife who has to look after them on her own. Ask him about that, and you hear about the burden of being a family man and a soldier in today's military. But of course, Cadman isn't thinking about himself. "It's harde...

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