Luis Vega's Profile

It's the only labor organization that allows there members to interact and have a voice in the state. The only organization un like others that will let members attend meetings and vote on the issues at hand. Not like others that only allow delegates speak and vote for them. And finally the only organization that you can pickup the phone and speak to the president  without having to go through an act of congress 


Luis Vega

Luis Vega

30 year senior firefighter, arson investigator ,fire inspector

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  • commented on Benefits/Retirement 2022-10-31 09:09:00 -0400
    Hi I am Luis Vega Retired Paterson Firefighter also trustee for the northern district for Local 500 . My contact info is 973-851-3720 and [email protected] feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance in any retired issues . Be Safe

  • commented on Contact Us 2022-07-08 10:59:04 -0400
    Hi hope everyone is enjoying the summer. My question is how do I get Local 500 apparel or can I have someone make the insignia

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    NJ Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association

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    Rahway, NJ 07065

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    The mission of the New Jersey State FMBA is to educate, involve, and affect those civilians who reside and work in New Jersey to adopt fire safety practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human and economic losses arising from the devastating effects of fire.

    The New Jersey State Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association was first organized and established on December 11, 1897, at the first annual convention held in Jersey City, NJ. At that seemingly uneventful gathering, whereupon only six original member locals: Jersey City, Paterson, Hoboken, Newark, Trenton and Camden, united to incorporate under the banner of the New Jersey State FMBA, birth was given to a new era in the history of the career fire service in New Jersey. In retrospect, it is, at best difficult, to estimate if our founding fathers possessed full awareness of the time enduring significance and the tremendous positive impact this organization was destined to have upon its members, their families and the general public throughout the decades to follow. Given that particularly industrious point of our society’s growth and development, the time was prefect to organize such an association. And organize they did. By 1907, less than a decade from its inception, local membership doubled from six to twelve locals, with total membership increasing to 1,157. Today with 107 Fire, EMS, and Dispatcher locals on its roster, the New Jersey State Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association proudly maintains an active membership of over 5,000 career personnel.

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