Nominate your PFRS Pension Representatives

We all know how hard the NJ FMBA has worked to get the passage of this landmark legislation. Now it is up to you, the membership, to follow through and nominate and elect our FMBA members as the representatives on the NEW PFRS Board of Trustees. We cannot stress enough the importance of this vote. Below are the individuals we are supporting for nominations. Click on the links below the individuals name to be taken to the PFRS nomination website and cast your votes for these two worthy individuals.

We are looking to secure at least 300 nominations for each nominee by the start of the business day tomorrow!

Matthew Lubin - Cranford Local 237 - PFRS ACTIVE 

https://vote.election-america.com/PFRS-fire/

John Hund - Local 500 - PFRS RETIRED 

https://vote.election-america.com/PFRS/

 

You can follow these videos for walk throughs on how to cast your nomination:

Matt Lubin - How to Nominate:

https://youtu.be/Bhqz31irIUc

John Hund - How to Nominate

https://youtu.be/Hv2OSefsaOw

 

Bios:

Matthew Lubin

Matt presently serves as a Fire Lieutenant within the Cranford Fire Department. In his role, he serves as the Administrative Officer, providing broad oversight over various Department programs, projects, and personnel. He also serves as the Fire Official, directing the Bureau of Fire Prevention and Risk Management, and as the Emergency Management Coordinator, directing the Township’s Office of Emergency Management. He has also previously served as the delegate of FMBA Local 37. He is a current member of Local 237.

Matt earned a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Peter’s University in Jersey City, NJ and a Master of Public Administration from Kean University in Union NJ. Matthew graduated with academic honors with distinction for maintaining a 4.0 GPA throughout his graduate studies. He is a member of the Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Policy, Affairs and Administration. In 2014, Matthew was selected as a Finalist for the Presidential Management Fellows Program, a highly selective and prestigious program for leadership development in the public sector. He was among the top five percent of over 7,000 graduate degree candidates to be selected for this distinction.

Matt has had a long-term passion for business and finance, and has closely followed the field for over fifteen years, aligning his academic background accordingly. The September 11th attacks, however, changed his trajectory and led him to his Fire Service career. This opportunity is a unique intersection of these two life passions.  


John Hund

John retired as a Fire Captain from the Nutley Fire Department 3 years ago in July. He has spent many, many hours in Trenton, and meeting with legislators fighting for firefighters and police officers fighting not only for pension issues, but for health and safety issues, collective bargaining issues, and more. 
John has witnessed the actions and in some cases inactions of the PFRS Board of Trustees over this period of time. As a retiree John knows the issues facing retirees. 
By voting for John Hund, you can be assured you will have a  strong  advocate for all retirees, regardless of union affiliation or jurisdiction served!

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