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Postby cdillon » Sat Jan 14, 2023 9:53 am

Genevieve "Gen" C. Invergo (nee Catalano) age 88; beloved wife of the late Michael, Chicago Police Sergeant. Loving mother of Anthony (Laura) Invergo, Debra (Victor) Nicola and Lisa (Richard) Pach. Devoted grandmother of Sally (Nathan) Holland, Andrew Invergo and Elizabeth Invergo. Dear sister of the late Gust (the late Grace), James, John (the late Janice), Angelo and Carlo (the late Marilyn) Catalano. Also nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday 3pm to 8pm. Funeral Tuesday, 10:15am from RICHARD J MODELL FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, 12641 W. 143rd Street, Homer Glen to St. Michael Church, Mass 11am. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery. For further information 708-301-3595 or

Richard D. Toolis “Rick” (Retired CPD) 60, lifelong Canaryville resident, passed away January 12, 2023. Beloved husband of Dolores (Rangel); loving father of Ricky Toolis II and Brittany Toolis; cherished brother of Cheryl (Chuck) Malnarick; dearest uncle of Shannon Vargas, Margaret O’Toolis, and Sean O’Toolis; and many more; fond friend of Danny Shine; also survived by his grand-animals Ophelia and Mr. Kitty. He was preceded in death by his parents Thomas and Catherine Toolis (Patterson); and siblings Thomas (late Jamele) Toolis, James (late Patricia, late Terri) Toolis; Geraldine Toolis, and Robert Toolis. Rick was a loyal and dedicated retired Chicago Police Officer. He was the past President of the Emerald Society and former jail guard for Cook County. Rick was a passionate cook, who would enjoy cooking meals for his family and friends. He and owned and operated his own food truck, and attended several different events and fests to share his joy of cooking with everyone. He enjoyed spending time with his family, and playing Santa-Claus during the Christmas season. He will always be remembered for his honesty, loyalty, bravery, great sense of humor and quick-witted jokes. Services at McInerney Central Chapel, 4635 S. Wallace Street, Chicago, IL 60609. Where family and friends will gather on Monday, January 16, 2023 from 3-8 pm. Funeral Tuesday, January 17, 2023 with chapel prayers at 9:15 am to St. Gabriel Church, 600 W. 45th St., for a 10 am Mass of Christian Burial. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Please visit RICHARD TOOLIS book of memories. To express your thoughts or memories in the online guest book, visit http://WWW.CHAPELC.COM or FACEBOOK.COM/FUNERALMC. For information 773 268-0703 or 773 581-9000.

From the CPD Daily bulletin 14 January 2023.

Always Remembered!

Jerry E. Murphy. . . . . . . . . . . . 1930
Arthur J. Sullivan. . . . . . . . . . . 1937
Larry Vincent. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1983


James Bertrand father of Sergeant Jeff Bertrand assigned to 010 District.

Marianne Loughran mother of Deputy Chief Sean Loughran assigned to Office of the First Deputy Superintendent. Passed away 12 January 2023. (She was also the mother in law to Sgt. Kathy Loughran)


Spiritual Wellness is a vital part of Officer Wellness. The Chicago Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers holds its regular monthly meetings on the 2nd Saturday of each month in the vendateria at the Chicago Police Academy. This months fellowship will be held Today, 14 January 2023 from 0800-1000hrs. All active duty and retired members are welcome to attend. FCPO is a nationwide ministry to law enforcement officers, by law enforcement officers. Federal, state, and local law enforcement officers both active duty and retired.


Chicago Police and Whitney Young High School is hosting a Kahoot/ American Sign Language Event on Wed 18 Jan 2023 from 1130-1230 at Whitney Young High School located at 211 S. Laflin (room: to be announced). Join us for an hour session where law enforcement officers will engage in a fun learning environment about the importance of communication. No previous knowledge of ASL required.
Please contact or 312-745-5841.
See AMC 290473 for attached flyer.


From retired CPD Lieutenant Terry McMahn

As a quick update, many of you have reached out with questions & opinions on whether the recently enacted IL. bill # 5471 will affect retirees.
I reached out to the IL. State lodge of the PBPA and talked to its General Counsel, Sean Smoot. He gave me the following information.

-- The original bill did not exempt any LEO's; active or retired.

-- As it went through the lobbying process the House bill exempted active LEO's but not retirees.

-- The Senate version did exempt retired LEO's.

The final version, which the Governor signed exempts active LEO's & retired LEO'S who qualify with the provisions of the Federal Bill HR 218. This is the bill passed in 07/2004 that allows retired LEO's to qualify on the range once a year and are then able to conceal carry nationwide.

So, in summary per Sean Smoot, if you as a retiree qualified with the provisions of U. S. HR 218 then the restrictions in the recently passed IL. bill 5471 do not apply to you.

I hope this is of some help,

Terry McMahon
CPD Lt.'s Retiree Representative.
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