Ever wish you had an opportunity to speak to other local leaders and find out their best practices for union administration, legal issues or just the day-to-day running of their local? The Connecticut PEP event not only brings quality and diverse IAFF education to your state, but it also gives you the opportunity to network with other leaders.
Taking place at the Foxwoods Grand Pequot on September 20, there will be six hours of PEP classroom instruction in conjunction with the UPFFA 22nd biennial convention.June 21, 2021 Thank You Letter to President Carozza from Connecticut State Fire Fighters, IAFF Local S-15
President Christopher Albani, IAFF Local S-15 President
The Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut is pleased to announce the 2021 Scholarship Recipients
2021 Michael C. Osiecki Memorial Scholarship
Kelsey J. Matthews, New Britain, Local 992, IAFF
2021 George Crowley Memorial Scholarship
Ethan J. Edmondson, Fairfield, Local 1426, IAFF
Cassandra G. Mastroianni, South Fire District, Local 3918, IAFF
Emily A. Brennan, Stratford, Local 998, IAFF
Thomas J. Gies, Bridgeport, Local 834, IAFF
Continued Success to the 2021 Recipients
Thank you to the 160 Golfers, Sponsors & Supporters of the UPFFA of Connecticut Golf Tournament on Friday, May 7, 2021 It was a great day and hope to see you all next year
Again, thank you,
President, UPFFA of Ct.Congratulations to Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut District Vice President Bob Smith
Congratulations to Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut
District Vice President Bob Smith
CONNECTICUT STATE FIRE FIGHTERS’ ASSOCIATION
Congratulations Ed Kelly on your election as IAFF General President and Frank Lima on your election as IAFF General Secretary-Treasurer.
Download: Congratulations E. Kelly and F. Lima.pdf
December 16, 2020: Stamford Fire Fighters, Local 786, IAFF Voted to re-affiliate with the UPFFA of Connecticut
Stamford Fire Fighters, Local 786, IAFF
Voted to re-affiliate with the Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters of ConnecticutDecember 15, 2020: Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Ct. & Connecticut Career Fire Chiefs Association
Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut
Connecticut Career Fire Chiefs Association
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The Federation of State and Provincial Professional Fire Fighters (FSPPFF) held its officer elections by mail-in ballot and virtual submission in December.
Two officers – Chair Pete Carozza (Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters of Connecticut) and Vice-Chair Bobby Lee (Hawaii State Fire Fighters Association) were re-elected to their positions. Texas State Association of Fire Fighters (TSAFF) Secretary-Treasurer Brandon Day was elected FSPPFF Secretary-Treasurer, a position left vacant by Associated Fire Fighters of Illinois Secretary-Treasurer Tom Roate who decided not to run for reelection.
“Brother Day comes to our executive board with a wealth of knowledge and experience,” says Carozza. “I know he will be a great asset and am looking forward to working with him.”
Day also serves as 11th District Field Service Representative and Garland, TX Local 1293 vice president. He is also a member of the IAFF Disaster Relief Go-Team.
“The FSPPFF has served as a great resource for all of us to stay informed about issues affecting the fire service and how those can best be addressed,” says Day. “I am looking forward to being a part of the process.”
The FSPPFF meets periodically to exchange legislative, political action and current issues affecting firefighters in states and provinces and to provide a means for a stronger relationship and coordination between state and provincial associations.
Brandon Day, Secretary-TreasurerModule Not LoadedPausedUniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut, proudly serving the Citizens of the State of Connecticut for over 73 years.
Advocating, Protecting and Advancing Professional Fire Fighters throughout Connecticut.
The Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut
represents Sixty (60) Connecticut IAFF Locals.