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2015 Local 93 Events

Summer Picnic: July 19 & 20
(@Clays Park)

Cedar Point: August 9 & 10




Right to work- Bad for America! 




Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC)

Aluminum cans can be dropped off at any Cleveland Firehouse.
 The money collected from recycling the cans go towards supporting pediatric burn victims in Northeast Ohio.




History on the CFD:

(Courtesy of Paul Nelson From the Fire Museum)




Congratulations to the Cadet Classes of:

10th FTA Cadet Class: 
3/16/1981 (34 years of service)

12th FTA Cadet Class: 
3/8/1982 (33 years of service)

24th FTA Cadet Class:
3/9/1998 (17 years of service)





Cleveland Firefighters- Over 150 yrs Protecting Lives and Property.
"We are there for you when you need us!"



From the Firefighters that Proudly protect Cleveland- THANK YOU



Cleveland Firefighters reqest bullet proof vests!

Fox 8 News story


Clays Park Camping Form


Click here for Summer Picnic Flyer

Click here for Cedar Point flyer

Free Skin Cancer Screening!

Good Afternoon Everyone,


I want to inform everyone of the opportunities that are being presented to Ohio’s first responders. As we all have been informed skin cancer has become a plague in todays fire service, there currently is no cure for skin cancer. Melanoma is the #1 cancer in the USA today. Below is a list of Ohio facilities that are opening their doors for free skin cancer screenings. There is also a facility in Gahanna Ohio that is offering these screenings year round by appointment to all fire and police personnel and their spouses FREE! The location in Gahanna is the Ohio Skin Cancer Institute (OSCI), Dr. Ravitskiy is a wonderful dermatologist that cares deeply for the safety and well being of our first responders. Her office can be contacted and appointments made by calling 614-585-9900.


Please help us keep our members healthy by utilizing this great opportunity, and by forwarding this information on to all first responders, department members, and administration in the state. As the latest studies have shown our skin is absorbing more carcinogens than ever before. The best treatment for skin cancer is early recognition. The more that use this service the better all departments across the state of Ohio will be.




 Mark Rine CFD

    Local 67

  Phone Location City Appointment Screen Date Comments
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -585-1000 The Christ Hospital Cincinnati Yes 6/13/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -475-7631 UC Health/Dermatology Clinic @ Hoxworth Center Cincinnati Yes 7/11/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -585-1000 The Christ Hospital - Cincinnati Sports Club Cincinnati Yes 11/14/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -956-3729 Mercy Health Physician's Office - Dent Crossing Cincinnati Yes 12/12/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -865-5530 TriHealth - Anderson Cincinnati Yes 5/16/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tracey Ricketts 1 -513 -232-3332 Office of Dr. Sasha Haberle Cincinnati Yes 5/8/2015 Screening hours: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Walk-Ins Welcomed
Stephanie Denig 1 -614 -293-0404 Martha Morehouse Tower, 2050 Kenny Rd., 4th Floor Columbus No 5/4/2015 Screening hours: 1:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Walk-Ins Welcomed
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -956-3729 Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital Fairfield Yes 9/12/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Melanoma Know More 1 -513 -865-5530 TriHealth - Bethesda Arrow Springs Lebanon Yes 8/8/2015 Screening hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  1 -440 -816-2699 Southwest General Hospital Middleburg Hts Yes 5/16/2015 Screening hours: 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Mitchell Dermatology 1 -419 -872-4673 Mitchell Dermatology Perrysburg No 5/2/2015 Screening hours: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Walk-Ins Welcomed



An EXTREMELY important video on
Cancer Awareness for firefighters



Change Smoke Detector Batteries,
Change Clocks Forward
Sunday, March 8, 2015  

An EXTREMELY important video on
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
in the Fire Service



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Please help out a sick child!

Eric, 13 yrs old is staying in the Cleveland Clinic for medical treatment. 

  • This young man has endured a number of medical procedures and surgeries. 
  • His family (from Virgina) is staying at the Ronald McDonald house of Cleveland. 
  • His Father is a Firefighter who routinely travels from virginia to Cleveland to be with Eric and the family.
  • His family needs help paying for the medical bills. 
  • An online donation webpage has been established. 

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Cleveland Firefighters, Local 93 Supports our Troops!

Cleveland firefighters had nearly 110,000
emergency responses 2014!

Cleveland Firefighters-Local 93 is Spreading Holiday Cheer after another successful Christmas Toy Drive.  Cleveland firefighters will accompany Santa Claus as he gives gifts to sick children throughout MetroHealth Medical Center.

.  Thank You for Your Generosity!
Thank you to everyone who donated to our recent Holiday Programs:

  • Operation Warm (Coat Drive)
    • Used the donations to purchase 168 Brand New Coats!
      • 144 of them are American Made coats
  • Cleveland Firefighters Christmas Toy Drive
    • Collected over $10,500 in cash/checks donations!
      • All money was used to purchase brand new toys
    • Hundreds of brand new toys
    • Toys were given to children in local:
      • Homeless shelters
      • Domestic Violence shelters
      • Transitional housing shelters
      • Orphanages
      • Hospitals
      • 300 families directly
      • Project ACT
        • (program for homeless children to receive an education through Cleveland Public Schools)
      • Churches
      • Community help centers

This was our 8th Christmas Toy Drive & 2nd Operation Warm Coat Drive.

Thank you Very Much for all the donations!


IAFF Frontline Blog



  Cleveland Firefighters, Local 93 ask that you:

“Please Don’t Text while Driving”





Cleveland Firefighters Christmas Toy Drive made a donation of Brand new toys to a local Domestic Violence Shelter!

Cleveland Firefighters take care of our citizens while both on and off duty!

We have been dedicating countless hours over the last 7 yrs, to ensure that children in our community receive gifts for Christmas morning!

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a          Supporters of Right to Work admit law will lower wages

The Right to Work for Less (Click here)

Who Killed William Walker? .

Please call Cleveland Police Homicide Unit at 216-623-5464


The Final Salute for our Brother, William Walker 11/11/14



See our "Events" page for upcoming events



Presumptive Disability Law in Ohio

Search by State for Presumptive coverage



IAFF Public Safety Officer Benefit


Is Whole Blood Viscosity a Factor in Firefighter LODDs?

The History of the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF)

3 Critical Pieces of Safety equipment that
EVERY member MUST have in
working condition, every day!

  1. SCBA- with PASS device
  2. Radio
  3. Flashlight


Statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration
show that Nationwide, the number of residential fires started from cooking have been INCREASING since 2007



.    . Join the Cleveland Firefighter Memorial Committee
Members needed to join the committee that maintains our Memorial located next to the Browns Stadium. 

Contact Brother
Brian Degardeyn at









,    , Join the CFD Honor Guard
Members needed to join the
CFD Honor Guard

Contact Brother
Dean Murad at

 L93 NIST releases landmark Residential Fire
Study that shows How Crew Sizes and
Arrival Times Influence
Saving Lives and Property

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce












.In 2010, NIOSH researchers launched a multi-year study to examine whether fire fighters have a higher risk of cancer and other causes of death due to job exposures.
NIOSH Click here for the link

Cold-Storage and Warehouse Building Fire

Each year an average of 100 fire fighters die in the line of duty. To address this continuing national occupational fatality problem, NIOSH conducts independent investigations of fire fighter line of duty deaths. This web page provides access to NIOSH investigation reports and other fire fighter safety resources.

Integrity Loyalty Trust

The Cleveland Firefighters Association
IAFF Local 93- Established 7/19/18

Phone : (216) 252-5900
Fax: (216) 252-5966


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