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July 15, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association-IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member, Lieutenant GEORGE W. MILBURN, and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate, President
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,sun reporter | May 10, 2007
Leaders of the city's two fire unions have counted the paper ballots for another no-confidence vote in the Fire Chief, but they will not announce the results until Tuesday. "I think we had a significant return," said Stephan G. Fugate, the president of the Fire Officers Union. "I can't get into the numbers, and that return was significantly supportive of the unions' position." Fugate represents 325 fire lieutenants, captains and battalion chiefs.
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July 28, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association-IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member, Lieutenant JAMES J. GALLAGHER, SR. and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate, President
NEWS
July 28, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association-IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member, Lieutenant JAMES J. GALLAGHER, SR. and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate, President
NEWS
February 1, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member Captain PHILLIP E. MEAGHER, and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate President
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 23, 2004
The president of the city fire officer's union was allowed to return to work last night, four days after he exchanged a series of sharply worded e-mails with Fire Chief William J. Goodwin Jr. and was suspended from duty. Stephan G. Fugate, president of Baltimore Fire Officers Association Local 964, still faces a charge of insubordination, which eventually will be adjudicated by an administrative hearing officer. Punishment could range from a reprimand to termination, Fugate said. Fugate was suspended without pay Thursday, one day after he set off the e-mail exchange by posting a message on the union's Web site that criticized Goodwin for a plan to have "rotating closures" of four firehouses.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2004
The president of the city fire officer's union was suspended this week after posting a message critical of Fire Chief William J. Goodwin on the union's Web site and then exchanging a flurry of e-mails with the chief, another union official said yesterday. Stephan G. Fugate, president of the Baltimore Fire Officers Association, Local 964, was indefinitely suspended without pay after Goodwin accused him of insubordination, said Mike Waldner, the union's first vice president. Fugate confirmed that he had been suspended but declined to comment further.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1998
Firefighter Charlie J. Campbell is being called a hero after he rescued his captain who became trapped on the second floor of a burning West Baltimore rowhouse while trying to save a 62-year-old woman.Capt. Stephan G. Fugate was released yesterday from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center where he was treated for second-degree burns on his ears and minor burns to his wrists and hands.Lilly Mae Brown died in the blaze, which broke out about 7: 40 p.m. Saturday in the 1000 block of N. Payson St., said Battalion Chief William Shives.
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By Peter Hermann and Jay Apperson and Peter Hermann and Jay Apperson,Sun Staff Writers | February 18, 1995
A Baltimore fire captain who says he has found a suspect in the 1955 fire that killed six firefighters is being rebuked by department officials who believe he embarked on an unsanctioned probe."
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2005
Baltimore's Board of Estimates approved a $30,000 settlement yesterday in a long-running age-discrimination lawsuit by a former Fire Department battalion chief. Andrew P. Shows, now retired, sued the city after being forced to leave his position in 1999 because of health reasons. Shows, who was 67 at the time and suffering from congestive heart disease, argued that he was physically able to perform the duties of battalion chief because he would be directing firefighting rather than entering burning buildings.
NEWS
July 15, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association-IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member, Lieutenant GEORGE W. MILBURN, and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate, President
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2005
Baltimore's Board of Estimates approved a $30,000 settlement yesterday in a long-running age-discrimination lawsuit by a former Fire Department battalion chief. Andrew P. Shows, now retired, sued the city after being forced to leave his position in 1999 because of health reasons. Shows, who was 67 at the time and suffering from congestive heart disease, argued that he was physically able to perform the duties of battalion chief because he would be directing firefighting rather than entering burning buildings.
NEWS
February 1, 2005
The Baltimore Fire Officers Association IAFF Local 964 announces with deep regret the death of retired member Captain PHILLIP E. MEAGHER, and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Stephan G. Fugate President
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 23, 2004
The president of the city fire officer's union was allowed to return to work last night, four days after he exchanged a series of sharply worded e-mails with Fire Chief William J. Goodwin Jr. and was suspended from duty. Stephan G. Fugate, president of Baltimore Fire Officers Association Local 964, still faces a charge of insubordination, which eventually will be adjudicated by an administrative hearing officer. Punishment could range from a reprimand to termination, Fugate said. Fugate was suspended without pay Thursday, one day after he set off the e-mail exchange by posting a message on the union's Web site that criticized Goodwin for a plan to have "rotating closures" of four firehouses.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2004
The president of the city fire officer's union was suspended this week after posting a message critical of Fire Chief William J. Goodwin on the union's Web site and then exchanging a flurry of e-mails with the chief, another union official said yesterday. Stephan G. Fugate, president of the Baltimore Fire Officers Association, Local 964, was indefinitely suspended without pay after Goodwin accused him of insubordination, said Mike Waldner, the union's first vice president. Fugate confirmed that he had been suspended but declined to comment further.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2001
Calling the mayor's comments "over the edge," a top official in Baltimore's fire union criticized Martin O'Malley yesterday for saying that firefighters erred in sounding civil defense sirens during a blaze Tuesday at a manufacturing plant. "For the mayor to come out after the incident and second-guess decisions by on-scene commanders, that's over the edge," said Stephan G. Fugate, president of the Baltimore Fire Officers Association. "It's undue and inappropriate criticism." O'Malley had said Wednesday that he did not think firefighters needed to sound citywide civil defense sirens, because the chemical fire at JAG Industries in Northeast Baltimore affected only a small area.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
A fire captain who tried to rescue a woman from a burning West Baltimore house last night, despite a delay in pouring water on the blaze, was pulled to safety from a second-story window by one of his colleagues.Capt. Stephan G. Fugate was being treated at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center for second-degree burns on his ears. A 62-year-old woman died in the fire, which broke out about 7: 40 p.m. in the 1000 block of N. Payson St."They couldn't get the hose working, so Captain Fugate just ran into the home without a hose and tried to rescue the woman," said police Officer Chuck Connolly.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1997
For the second year in a row, the city Fire Department has exhausted its overtime budget months before the end of the fiscal year and might be forced to scale back service.Fire officials aren't saying how much service will be curtailed, but deny plans to close a fire station, as they did last year.The lack of information from official sources has fueled a debate between Fire Chief Herman Williams Jr. and the president of the fire officers union, Capt. Stephan G. Fugate, who believes a firehouse will be closed.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1998
Firefighter Charlie J. Campbell is being called a hero after he rescued his captain who became trapped on the second floor of a burning West Baltimore rowhouse while trying to save a 62-year-old woman.Capt. Stephan G. Fugate was released yesterday from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center where he was treated for second-degree burns on his ears and minor burns to his wrists and hands.Lilly Mae Brown died in the blaze, which broke out about 7: 40 p.m. Saturday in the 1000 block of N. Payson St., said Battalion Chief William Shives.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
A fire captain who tried to rescue a woman from a burning West Baltimore house last night, despite a delay in pouring water on the blaze, was pulled to safety from a second-story window by one of his colleagues.Capt. Stephan G. Fugate was being treated at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center for second-degree burns on his ears. A 62-year-old woman died in the fire, which broke out about 7: 40 p.m. in the 1000 block of N. Payson St."They couldn't get the hose working, so Captain Fugate just ran into the home without a hose and tried to rescue the woman," said police Officer Chuck Connolly.
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