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PROFESSIONAL  FIREFIGHTERS  ASSOCIATION  OF

NEW  JERSEY

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Professional Firefighters Association of
New Jersey

 

--Always on the Front Line Protecting "New Jersey's Bravest"-- est. 1929
Serving the community

  • Who We Are


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    The Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey was originally established and chartered as a State Association by the International Association of Fire Fighters on October 29, 1929 as the Uniformed...

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  • What Your Union Does For You

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    Professional Firefighters take an oath to protect life and property. Professional Emergency Medical Personnel make a promise to serve the public. We do not agree to die, become seriously and permanently injured...

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Always on the Front Line Protecting "New Jersey's Bravest" -est. 1929

SERVING THE COMMUNITY

  • Who We Are


    firemen

    The Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey was originally established and chartered as a State Association by the International Association of Fire Fighters on October 29, 1929 as the Uniformed...

    Learn More



  • What Your Union Does For You

    BoardImage

    Professional Firefighters take an oath to protect life and property. Professional Emergency Medical Personnel make a promise to serve the public. We do not agree to die, become seriously and...

    Learn More

JOIN THE PFANJ ON 7/8/19 FOR THE HISTORIC SIGNING OF THE "CANZANELLA" CANCER PRESUMPTION AND 9/11 EXPOSURE BILLS INTO LAW!

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Patches For JoHn

Please consider donating fire department patches to a 4-year old Fire Fighters son.

On January 28, 2018 an Anchorage, Alaska Fire Tech, Tim Weekley, was responding to a structure fire in Soldotna, Alaska, when the roof he was on gave way and fell two stories to the ground, severely breaking his shoulder. Tim went in for surgery and has been out of work for over 14 months. Tim has returned to serving the Anchorage area as a firefighter recently.

Just a couple months after Tim’s accident his 4-year old son, John, came inside after playing and collapsed; he couldn’t stand or respond to stimulation. After being evaluated by the medical staff at Central Peninsula Hospital, John was sent home under observation. However, several hours later, John had another episode and was taken back to the emergency room. After an MRI, the doctors could see no tumors. A week later, John began having seizures that last a short time. John has had up to 9 seizures per day since that time. Local doctors did not know what was causing these symptoms in John.

The family flew to Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston to be evaluated by the epilepsy and neurology team. Since this time, John has been in the hospital with only recently being able to come back to Alaska for a short 3 weeks before heading back to Texas. John loves everything to do with firefighters, especially since his Dad is an Alaskan Fire Tech. In order to make his hospital stay a little less scary there is a campaign to send John as many fire department patches from across the United States, Canada and the World as possible.

During this whole ordeal, Tim still led his Fill the Boot in Alaska!

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  • Mail patches to:
  • Bradyn Holly
  • C/O John Weekley
  • 8040 Sabrina St.
  • Anchorage, AK 99507

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