The Irvington Police Benevolent Association, Inc., is a social, benevolent
and fraternal society.  The Association is a nonprofit organization operating
as a Voluntary Employees' Association Section 501(c) (9). The Irvington
Police Benevolent Association holds an annual fund drive each fall and
does
not use any outside organizations
to solicit funds or services. The IPBA has a
long standing relationship with the residents of Irvington.
PBA Members serving our senior citizens at the Annual PBA Senior Brunch held at the Immaculate
Conception Church. The Senior Brunch is one of the most satisfying events the PBA hosts each year. Our
members throughly enjoy the pleasant interactions with our seniors and are honored to cook and serve
them a hearty meal as a thank you for all they do for the community.
Officers Toolan and Seman presented the
PBA sponsored
2007 Irvington High School
Athlete of the Year
awards to seniors,
Kaitlin Degnan and Ryan Pastore
at the Annual Sports Award Dinner in June.
Duggan Memorial Page
NY/NJ 911 Memorial Web site
NY/NJ 911
Memorial Web
Site, please click
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George E. Duggan
Memorial Page
PBA Officers
2013
President, Sgt Michael Foley
Vice President, Sgt John Pelliccio
Treasurer, PO Jon Nyarady
Secretary, Sgt Michael Buck



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Officer Ed Vize standing in front
of Headquarters with Nick
Dinielli and his classmates from
Dows Lane Elementary School
with the poster they made of
Officer Vize.
The PBA wishes to congratulate Officer Steven Delli Colli
on his promotion to Sergeant on July 21st, 2008.
The PBA wishes to congratulate
Lt Morano, Det Sgt Foley, Sgt Buck, Sgt Delli Colli, Det Johnson, PO Egloff and PO Crisci
on their awards presented to them by the department on
November 3rd, 2008.
The Award was presented for the apprehension of 2 perpetrators from a burglary in progress and
subsequent car chase in May of 2008.
The Irvington Education Foundation's
"Officer for a day"
winners
the Zermans
with Officer Brinker, Detective Toolan and
Officer Warnke
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Village of Irvington's
9-11 ceremony