We regret to inform you that on July 20, 2021 Gerald Joseph Turano, father of retired Lt. Colonel Rob Turano, passed away. The Maryland Troopers Association sends it’s deepest condolences to MTA member Rob Turano and his entire family. The following obituary was obtained from the Lawrence Gabriel Funeral Home, 74 N. Main Street, Carbondale, … Continued
We regret to inform you that on February 18, 2021 Retired Sergeant Robert B. Wright, 84, passed away. The Maryland Troopers Association sends its deepest condolences to the Wright Family family at this difficult time. Retired Sergeant Wright was a United State Air Force Veteran and served the Maryland State Police until his retirement in … Continued
As a follow-up to Colonel Jones’ letter, the below Google Form is being distributed to all retirees who may be interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccination from the Maryland State Police. This survey is only intended to determine which retirees are interested in receiving the vaccine from the Maryland State Police. Receiving a vaccination is not guaranteed … Continued
We regret to inform you that on January 21, 2021 Retired Captain Edward Vernon Clark Jr., 87, passed away. The Maryland Troopers Association sends its deepest condolences to the Clark family at this difficult time. The following obituary was posted by the Mac Nabb Funeral Home. Edward Vernon Clark, 87, peacefully passed away at his … Continued
The MTA Store will be open Monday – Friday, December 7th through Wednesday, December 23rd, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. MTA members receive 20% off and non-members 10% off. Lots of new items for everyone!
Samuel William Summers, 78, of Walkersville, MD passed away on October 17, 2020. Sam was born in Hagerstown, MD and the son of Austin W. Summers and Hilda L. (Butts) Summers on April 29, 1942. Sam spent his younger years in Hagerstown and Downsville, Maryland. When he was 12, his family moved to Frederick County, … Continued
Open enrollment is now upon us, and I have been asked by several retired Medicare eligible members if there is any change in the state prescription coverage for these retirees in calendar year 2021. The short answer is NO. Legislation passed in 2019 will eventually move retirees out of the state’s prescription coverage plan to … Continued