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  • FDNY 2009 ADMINISTRATIVE

    MEDALS & AWARDS

    FDNY 2009 ADMINISTRATIVE

    MEDALS & AWARDS

  • Administration Medal

    The Leon Lowenstein Award

    George F. Mand Award

    Chief Thomas P. OBrien Award

    The Fire Commissioners Award for Outstanding Service

    Moe Ginsberg Award

    James J. Johnston Memorial Medal

    Honorary Chief of DepartmentJack Lerch Medal

    The Honorary Fire OfficersAssociation Medal

    Community Mayors Nicholas DeGaeta Award

    Commissioner Martin Scott Medal

    The Fire Commissioners Award for Meritorious Service

    I N D E X O F M E D A L S

    M E D A L O R AWA R D R E C I P I E N T P A G E

    James Hansen and Julian Bazel

    Peg Quinn-Puppa

    Jack Gridley

    Patricia (Trish) Wright

    Bureau of Facilities Management, Construction/Trades

    Barrington Brown

    Fireproof Multiple DwellingWind-Driven Fire Project Team

    Frank Donato

    Firefighter Conrad Theiss, III

    Bureau of Health Services,Workers Compensation Unit

    Fire Marshal Michael Durkin

    Bureau of Technology Development & SystemsStarfire & EMS CAD Programming Group

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    Front Cover: The 35th Street, Long Island City, location of Fleet Services, where FDNY apparatus is maintained. photo by Randy Barron

  • Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    PATRICK M. McNALLYChief of Operations

    JERRY Z. GOMBODeputy Assistant Chief of EMS Operations

    CAPTAIN THOMAS KELLYExecutive Officer to the Fire Commissioner

    JOHN A. BENANTIDeputy Commissioner

    DOUGLAS WHITEDeputy Commissioner

    LYNDELLE PHILLIPSAssistant Commissioner

    DONAY J. QUEENANAssistant Commissioner

    STEPHEN G. RUSHAssistant Commissioner

    ADMINISTRAADMINISTRATIVE MEDALS & TIVE MEDALS & AAWWARDSARDSCOMMITTEE 2009COMMITTEE 2009

  • Congratulations! All the recipients of this years FDNY Administrative Medals & Awardsprovided outstanding work and it is an honor to recognize your efforts.Our civilian and uniformed administrative employees may not stretch a fire hose into a

    burning building or wheel a gurney with an injured patient into the back of an ambulance,but your accomplishments are certainly vital to the FDNY. Every day, our men and womenon the front lines rely on the policies you create, the equipment you maintain and the stud-ies and investigations you conduct to help keep millions of New Yorkers safe. Your dedica-tion helps make the New York City Fire Department the greatest in the world.

    On behalf of more than eight million New Yorkers, thank you and congratulations for allof your hard work.

    Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    Michael R. BloombergMayor

  • Every agency is only as good as its people. And here at the FDNY, theres a reason whyit is the greatest fire department in the world. While our uniformed first-responders arethe best anywhere, the civilian and uniformed administrative employees who support themare exceptional in their roles as well.

    On a regular basis, we honor your important contributions during our AdministrativeMedals & Awards ceremony. All of the 2009 medal/award recipients honored in this booktruly stand out for their drive and innovation.

    The work you do and the progress you make each day help keep members of thisDepartment and our City safe. Whether your contribution was conducting studies of wind-driven fires, revising fire codes, improving dispatch protocols or investigating and ulti-mately arresting a violent arsonist, you play a vital and valuable role at the FDNY.

    On behalf of the entire Department and every one of our employees, I congratulate allof this years winners. Were proud to have all of you on our team. Your endeavors aregreatly appreciated.

    Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    Nicholas ScoppettaCommissioner

  • Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS

    FRANK P. CRUTHERS SALVATORE J. CASSANO

    CHIEF OF DEPARTMENTFIRST DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

    FRANCIS X. GRIBBONPublic Information

    JOHN A. BENANTITechnology &

    Support Services

    DOUGLAS WHITEAdministration

    DANIEL SHACKNAILegal & Intergovernmental

    Affairs

    FDNY CHAPLAINSMonsignor John Delendick

    Monsignor Marc Filacchione

    Reverend Stephen Harding

    Father Joseph Hoffman

    Father Christopher Keenan

    Rabbi Joseph PotasnikDr. Kerry Kelly

    CHIEF MEDICALOFFICER

    BUREAU OFHEALTH SERVICES

    Dr. David J. PrezantCHIEF MEDICALOFFICER

    EMS OFFICE OFMEDICAL AFFAIRS

    JOSEPH MASTROPIETROFacilities

    LYNDELLE PHILLIPSEqual Employment

    Opportunity

    JAMES BASILEFleet/Technical Services

    DONALD STANTONTechnology

    Development & Systems

    DONAY J. QUEENANHuman Resources

    STEPHEN G. RUSHBudget and Finance

    SUZANNE SEBERTFamily Assistance

    ROBERT WALLACEInvestigations and Trials

    KAY ELLISFire Prevention

    ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS

    MICHAEL VECCHIManagement Initiatives

    CAROLINE KRETZIntergovernmental Affairs

    WILLIAM B. EIMICKEStrategic Planning

    & Policy

    ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONERS

  • Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    FDNY STAFF CHIEFS

    Patrick M. McNallyChief of Operations

    Michael C. WeinleinAssistant Chief

    Manhattan

    James E. EspositoAssistant Chief

    Bronx

    John SudnikDeputy Assistant Chief

    Queens

    Joseph W. PfeiferDeputy Assistant Chief, Bureau of Operations

    Edward J. Baggott Deputy Assistant Chief, Bureau of Operations

    William SeeligDeputy Chief,

    Chief of Special Operations Command

    Thomas M. JensenAssistant Chief,

    Chief of Fire Prevention

    Ronald R. SpadaforaDeputy Assistant Chief, Bureau of Operations

    Stephen A. RaynisBattalion Chief,

    Acting Chief of Safety andInspection Services Command

    Thomas R. GalvinAssistant Chief,

    Chief of Training

    Thomas J. HaringAssistant ChiefStaten Island

    Edward S. KilduffAssistant Chief

    Brooklyn

    John A. ColoeAssistant Chief,

    Chief of Communications

    James J. Manahan, Jr.Deputy Assistant Chief,Bureau of Operations

    Robert F. SweeneyAssistant Chief of

    Operations

    Richard S. TobinAssistant Chief,

    Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention

    Robert G. ByrnesChief Fire Marshal

    J. David LynnAssistant Chief Fire Marshal

    BOROUGH COMMANDERS

    Robert J. Boyce, Jr.Deputy Chief,

    Chief of Personnel

  • Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    DIVISION COMMANDERS

    Deputy Chief James D. Daly, Jr.

    Acting, Division 1

    Deputy ChiefThomas E. McKavanagh

    Division 3

    Deputy ChiefKevin Butler

    Division 6

    Deputy Chief James F. Mulrenan

    Division 7

    Deputy Chief James E. Leonard

    Division 8

    Deputy ChiefMichael F. Marrone

    Division 11

    Deputy Chief James A. DiDomenico

    Division 13

    Deputy Chief Mark Ferran

    Division 14

    Deputy ChiefDaniel E. Butler

    Division 15

    Deputy Chief Nicholas Del Re

    Haz-Mat Operations

    Battalion Chief Fred P. LaFemina

    Rescue Operations

    SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

    Battalion Chief James C. DaltonMarine Operations

  • Administrative Medals & Administrative Medals & AAwards 2009wards 2009

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    EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE COMMAND

    John J. PeruggiaChief of

    EMS Command

    Jerry Z. GomboDeputy Assistant Chief

    of EMS Operations

    CHIEF OFFICERS

    Marylou AurrichioChief EMS Division 5

    Fredrick V. VillaniDivision Chief

    Planning & Strategy

    Robert A. HannafeyChief EMS Division 3

    John S. McFarlandDeputy Assistant Chief

    of EMS Operations

    James P. BoothDivision Chief

    EMS Operations

    Michael FittonChief EMS Division 2

    Ann FittonDivision Chief EMS Academy

    Abdo NahmodDeputy Assistant Chief

    Emergency Medical Dispatch

    Robert P. BrowneChief EMS Division 4

    Frances M. PascaleChief EMS Division 1

    Mark A. StoneDivision Chief

    Logistics & Support

  • JULIAN BAZELJULIAN BAZELCounsel to the Department

    Bureau of Legal Affairs

    JAMES HANSENJAMES HANSENDirector of Code RevisionBureau of Legal Affairs

    Almost five years ago, Fire Department CounselJulian Bazel and Director of Code RevisionJames Hansen began the herculean task of devel-oping a new Fire Code for New York City, the first com-prehensive revision of the Citys fire code since 1913.

    This daunting task presented major organizationalchallenges and required that many different interests beharmonized. Messrs. Bazel and Hansen successfully nav-igated the project past pitfalls and obstacles--large andsmall--organizing and managing five Technical Commit-tees, a Managing Committee and an Advisory Committeeof more than 30 outside organizations; guiding theprocess of comparing the model International Fire Codewith the Citys Fire Prevention Code and Fire Depart-ment Rules and determining the appropriate fire safetystandards for New York City; revising the model code toincorporate New York City standards and improve itsclarity and terminology; coordinating with the NYCDepartment of Buildings to ensure consistency with thenew Building Code and other construction codes; shep-herding the code through the legislative processes; and

    implementing the

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