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Second Vice President
NY City Transit PBA Legislative Committee
Metropolitan Police Conference/Police Conference of New York
Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee
New York State Deputies Association
Floyd HollowayLobbyistFloyd serves as NYSDA's Lobbyist and Legislative Consultant.Floyd was hired as a patrolman by the New York City Transit Police Department in 1964.In 1968 he was elected 2nd vice-president of the PBA and served as a union official until his retirement in 1990.Floyd has over 30 years of experience in legislative work, particularly at the state level.He has served as Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee of the Metropolitan Police Conference/Police Conference of New York, and as Chairman of the NY City Transit PBA Legislative Committee.He currently represents numerous law enforcement and corrections associations.
Floyd Holloway at the PBA office Deo Fasolino hard at work in the PBA office.
Floyd Holloway,Tony Lomanto, Dick Sinnott Bill McKechnie & Floyd Holloway
N.Y.C. TRANSIT POLICE FLORIDA REUNION WEB PAGE - FLORIDA REUNION HISTORY
Former PBA VP Floyd HollowayAt this years reunion we are very happy to be honoring former PBA Vice -President Floyd Holloway.For those of you who know Floyd our reasons for honoring him require no explanation.For those of you who are not familiar with Floyd and his work suffice to say many of the benefits police officers enjoy today are the result of Floyd's efforts.For more than thirty years Floyd has been the man in Albany who has piloted our legislative agenda.First as the PBA Vice-President and then in a private capacity representing statewide police organizations.To list Floyd's so many accomplishments in our behalf would take too much space.These are some of the things that would more than likely not exist to today if it were not for Floyd: Transit Police Heart Bill, Variable Supplement (now the Defined Benefit) Line of Duty widow protection, right to join political organizations, prior civil service credits, etc.The list goes on and on.Floyd is probably less known for the things that he prevented from happening legislatively then those bills that were passed.Things such as residency requirements taxation on pension benefits etc. At our reunion we will elaborate more on all of Floyds accomplishments and we hope that you will be there to honor one of a kind as he begins his well-earned retirement.
Floyd also mentions the fact the Transit Authority supported the benefit since 1972 and the fact it wasn't enacted until 1987 does not negate the original intent.
Floyd also mentions the fact that this issue should have been taken care of in 1995 during the merger of the three departments. July 20, 2009 GREAT NEWS FROM FLOYD HOLLOWAY As received from our esteemed Lifetime Member Floyd Holloway last week: "Just wanted to share with you the honor that was bestowed on me at the NYS Association of PBA'S convention last week in Atlantic City , NJ" Congratulations, Floyd, for an honor that you so well deserve for all you have done in helping the law enforcement communities in New York State and the nation. - Tony Congratulations are in order for Floyd Holloway for being the recipient of the First Annual "Floyd Holloway Award". This award was presented to Floyd by the New York State Association of PBA's on July 8,2008. It is in recognition for all Floyd has done for Police Officers all over the state and the nation. If you would like to join me in congratulating Floyd, his e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
A farewell party was given for Floyd Holloway, our own member and Legislative Director of the NYS Association of PBAs, on his final retirement from a long time active life in the political arena where he fought for and won, many benefits that the members, both active and retired, currently enjoy.
Our best wishes go to Floyd and his wife Marjorie as they enjoy their new lives in their new home in Virginia.
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