The RDNY came into being in April of 1955, when a small group of Retired New York City Detectives decided to get together for a social meeting. As a result of that meeting, the idea of forming an Association that could further assist retired Detectives with retirement benefits and to do charitable work came to fruition.
This group decided to meet again that following month to continue your efforts and also to begin a life long bond that law enforcement officers share, especially Detectives.
The RDNY Incorporated later that same year and became officially known as "The Retired Detectives of the City of New York". They adopted the motto "Fideliter Servivimus", which means "We have served faithfully". Today we serve 1400 members and we are recognized as a Fraternal Organization within the Law Enforcement Community.
The RDNY meets every second Wednesday of the month. The location varies from borough to borough. There will be notifications prior to the date.
President: Kenneth Hieb
1st Vice President: Kevin Schroeder
2nd Vice President: Daniel Austin
Chairman of the Board: John Wilde
Treasurer: John Warner
Secretary: Peggy Hopkins
Sergeant at Arms: Brian Carroll
Board of Directors:
Jack Casale (R.I.P.)
Tom Nerney (R.I.P.)
Stephen F. Ryan
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This will go toward the funeral cost and whatever additional costs and bills that Ariel’s wife and children will endure.
Detective Ariel Marte was a dedicated, hardworking cop. But moreover, he was a phenomenal person. His smile and his infectious personality made him the life of the party and the shining light in the room. Ariel would always go out of his way to help his friends and family. He was a dedicated father that would take his children everywhere with him. He made sure his family was well taken care of. Many of us can remember the great times and the imprint that Ariel left in our lives.
Now that he is no longer able to take care of duty of a cop in protecting the city and more importantly unable to take care of his family, we must take the responsibility to help out. Any donation will be helpful.
From RDNY Member John Whimple: 50th Anniversary NYPD Police Trainees Class of July 1, 1968 Russo's On the Bay - July 1, 2018 For more information, Contact Det. John Whimple (Ret.) PO Box 525, Miller Place NY 11764-0525 email@example.com 631-566-7994
All MOS, active and retired, who participated in the 9/11 rescue and recovery operations are strongly encouraged to enroll in the WTC Medical Monitoring Program. They are expert in assisting those who were exposed to materials that have thus far resulted in over 1700 NYPD Diagnoses of cancer. In addition, over 140 MOS have died as a result of 9/11 related cancers. Early testing, diagnosis and treatment is the key to helping ourselves and our families.
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RDNY President Ken Heib, January 2018 Honorees and the 105 Squad, Lt. Klein (with plaque) RDNY Chairman John Wilde and RDNY Treasurer John Warner
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The RDNY Organization is a registered non-for-profit corporation under section 501c3 of the IRS Code. Please complete the required information in the RDNY Membership Application printing as clearly as possible to ensure that your information is properly gathered for future mailings and correspondence.
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