Bill Dougherty – First Vice President
Bill Dougherty joined the Chicago Police Department in 1987 (87-4C) and has worked in the 009th and 008th districts as a patrolman and tactical officer.
He was elected to the office of 1st Vice President in March 2002 and became a field representative for the Lodge. Bill is in his fourth term as 1st Vice President. Prior to being elected as 1st Vice President Bill served on the board as a trustee for a three year term. Before that Bill was a watch representative in the 009th district. Bill has also served as Chairman of the Grievance Committee for the Illinois State Lodge.
Bill currently Co-chairs the Grievance Committee and also serves on the Legal Defense Committee, Political Action Committee, Picnic Committee and Golf Committee for the Lodge. Bill has previously served on the Disability Committee, Awards Committee and the Legilative Committee. He has served on the Lodge’s Core Group and Chairs the Health Insurance Committee for contract negotiations for the last two contracts.
Bill also skates with the FOP Stars Hockey Team
Bill and Deb live on the southside with their four boys, Kyle, Noah, Griffin and Ethan.
Frank DiMaria – Second Vice President
Frank joined the Chicago Police Department in March 1982 and did his field training in the 016th District. Upon completion of his probationary period he was then reassigned to the 015th District. He worked on the beat and Tact Team in the 015th District until June of 1990 when he transferred to the Gang Crimes West Unit where he worked until January 1993. The Unit was disbanded and he was then reassigned to the Special Operations Section where he was assigned until May 2002.
Frank was elected to the Office of 2nd Vice President in March 2002 and became a Field Representative for the Lodge in May 2002.
He serves on the Legal Defense, Safety, Uniform, By-Law, Fishing and Picnic Committees.
Prior to his being elected as 2nd Vice President Frank has served as a Trustee, Unit and Watch Representative.
Daniel D. Gorman – Third Vice President
Before joining the Chicago Police Department, Dan studied Publishing and Communications at the American Academy of Art and Triton College. In 1992, he enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves and received an Honorable Discharge in 2000.
He joined the Chicago Police Department in November 1996 and was assigned to the 12th District and later was transferred to the 011th District. While working in 011, he was awarded the Award of Valor and the State of Illinois Medal of Honor.
In 2003, Danny was promoted to Detective and assigned to Area One where he has been assigned to Violent Crimes on the third watch.
Sidney M. Davis – Recording Secretary
Sidney has been a Chicago Police Officer since February 1983 where he was a Unit Rep for the 011th District and a Unit Rep for 477 (Evidence Technicians). He also served as an Illinois State Lodge Trustee in 2000-2002.
Sidney currently serves as Chairmen of the Fishing Committee and Co-Chairman of the Picnic Committee is a member of the City-Wide Team.
As Recording Secretary for Lodge 7, Sidney is responsible for all of the retirees and serves as a liaison to the Personnel Division for members who are placed in the Behavior Intervention System and Personal Concerns Program.
Sidney is a 24 year Military Veteran.
John Capparelli – Treasurer
Rich Aguilar – Financial Secretary
Rich is a thirty-one year veteran who joined the department in June 1982. He has spent his entire police career in the patrol division working a beat car in the 014th, 017th, 023rd, and 025th Districts. He has been a Field Training Officer for twenty-six years.
Rich became formally involved with the FOP when he served as the 014th district second watch rep for two years and the unit rep for three years before being elected as a trustee in 2002. He was re-elected to his third term as trustee in 2008 and was appointed to serve as a Field Representative. He was elected as the Financial Secretary in March 2011.
Rich is the co-chair of the Grievance Committee. He is the chair of the Unit Reps. He was appointed by Governor Quinn to serve on the Racial Profiling and Data Oversight Board. He was appointed to the most recent contract negotiating team as a core group member serving on the discipline and seniority sub-committees. He was a member of the prior contract negotiating teams where he served on the comparables, discipline, seniority, and work schedule sub-committees.
Rich is a resident of the Portage Park area on the northwest side. He and his wife, Dawn, are the proud parents of three children, Jennifer, Cary, and Rebecca. They are also the proud grandparents of Jacob, Julia, and Gabriella. The family has adopted two rescued greyhounds as pets.
Rich is the senior member of the FOP Stars Hockey Team. He is a member of the German-American Police Association, the Latin American Police Association, and the Alliance of Hispanic Law Enforcement.
Bill Burns is a retired Chicago Police Officer who retired as a patrolman from the 018 District in August 2011, after 24 ½ years on the job. Bill worked patrol in 14 & 15, was a COS Dispatcher for 7 years and an FTO in 018 for 4 ½ years. Bill has been elected Sergeant-at-Arms for the past three terms. Bill has 3 Masters Degrees, the last being an MLA from the University of Chicago . Bill hopes to get back to finish his doctorate in Education. He did complete 4 ½ years at Loyola University . Bill is Chairman of the Newsletter committee. He is currently a member on the Constitution and By-Laws committee; Retiree, Golf and Fishing and Picnic committees; and proudly served on the past two Contract Negotiating teams. Bill is a member of Peer Support, heads the newsletter for the Knights of Columbus St. Michaels Council and is a 4th Degree Knight. Bill is a certified teacher and is also the son of a retired Chicago Police Officer. Bill and his wife Paula have 4 rescue dogs.
James E. Moriarty, Jr.
James Moriarty Jr. joined the Chicago Police Department in November 1986. He was assigned to the 014th District and later to the District Tactical Unit and Gang Crime North Tactical Unit. He also served in the 011th and 025th Districts. James was a member of several teams including High Risk Entry, Designer Drug, Tavern, and Street Corner Conspiracy. He also served as a unit rep for Unit 189.
James has been elected as a Sergeant at Arms twice and an elected trustee once.
James on the following committees: Constitution and By-Laws (Chairman), Legislative, Safety, and Special Events.
Daniel J. Shields
Dan Shields joined the Chicago Police Department in 1995 (95-8C) and has worked in the 014th and 016th districts as a patrolman and tactical officer and is currently assigned to the 018th District.
He was elected to the office of Sergeant-at-Arms in 2011. Prior to being elected Dan was a watch representative in the 016th district. Dan currently is the Chairman of the Health & Insurance Committee. Dan also serves on the Legal Defense Committee.
Dan is married to his wife Trisha and resides on the northside of Chicago with their two children Ian and Callie. Dan earned his Master’s in Business administration in 2005 graduating with honors and distinction from St. Xavier University and his undergraduate degree from Calumet College of St. Joseph in 2002.
Immediate Past President
Mark P. Donahue
Mark Donahue became a member of the Chicago Police department on January 3rd 1977 and served for almost 20 years in the 009th District as a Patrolman, Tact Officer and Field training Officer. In 1996 Mark was promoted to the position of Youth Officer and in 1999 he was assigned to the rank of Detective. Mark became actively involved with the FOP in 1989 when he took on the responsibilities as a Watch Rep and in 1990 became the Unit Rep in 009. In 1996 he was elected to the position of Financial Secretary for Lodge 7 and was elected as a Trustee in 1999. In 2002 Mark was elected to his first term as President of Chicago Lodge 7 and served in that capacity for the maximum three terms until 2011.
In 1994 Mark was elected as the Illinois State Trustee for the Chicago District and was then selected in 1996 to be the Chair of the Trustees for the Illinois State Lodge. In 1998 he was elected as President of the Illinois State Lodge and was re-elected to that position in 2000.
Mark was appointed as the Grievance Chairman for the National FOP in 1995 and continues to serve in that capacity to date making him the longest serving Committee Chair of the Order.
He is an active participant in many organizations related to quality of life issues for all the citizens of Illinois. He has served on the advisory board for the “Illinois Crime Commission” and “Fight Crime Invest in Kids Illinois”. Mark was a gubernatorial appointee to the Illinois Early Learning Council for emphasis on pre and after school programs for at risk kids. He currently serves on his Local Redevelopment Committee on the southwest side where he resides with his wife Sharon. Mark retired from the CPD on November 15th 2010.
Chairman Timothy Murphy
Tim “Murph” Murphy began his career in law enforcement with the Calumet Park Police Department in 1988. Tim was elected to represent the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 83 and later elected to the positions of Lodge Secretary, Treasurer and Lodge Vice President.
Tim began his career with the Chicago Police Department in 1994 where he worked in the 007th District (Englewood). Tim worked the 3rd watch on the beat, in the rapid response car and was assigned to an incident car. In 2000, Tim was promoted to Detective and assigned to Area 2, where he has been active in the FOP Lodge No. 7, including serving as a watch rep, as well as being elected Unit Rep at Area 2.
Dean Angelo, Jr.
Denis E. Doherty
Patrick W. Duckhorn
Pat joined the Chicago Police Department in June 1973 and previously served in the 018th District, SOG North, Task Force and the 019th District, where he is currently assigned.
Pat has been active with the FOP his entire police career. He served as Unit Rep in SOG North and the 019th District and is currently in his second term as a Trustee. Pat was elected in 2002 as the Illinois State Lodge District No. 1 Trustee (Chicago) representing Lodge No. 7 members. Pat currently serves on the Grievance, Picnic and Golf Committees.
Kevin W. Graham
Anna K. Hanley
Anna is currently serving on the FOP Board as a trustee. She has served on the Grievance Committee, Legal Defense Committee and Insurance and Health Committee.
She was hired in July 1986, Class 86-4E, and retired from the 20th District in October 2011. She served in the 14 District, RDTU and Background Investigations Section.
Anna graduated from St. Bernard’s School of Nursing in 1972 and worked at Cook County Hospital for 14 years. She worked part-time at the West Side Veteran’s Administration Hospital and part-time as the park nurse for the Chicago White Sox before becoming a Chicago police officer. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health from the College of St. Francis in 1981.
Anna was raised in the Englewood and Chicago Lawn neighborhoods and is now residing in the Edgebrook neighborhood with her husband, Retired Officer John Pappas.
Allen J. Jaglowski
John J. Lipka
Ronald H. Shogren
Ron Shogren is a 31 year veteran of the Chicago Police Department. He started his career in the 14th District where he worked as a Patrol Officer and a Tactical Officer, receiving numerous awards for his police work. Ron was assigned as a patrolman to Unit 192 in 1992 where he was elected to the position of Unit Rep. In 1998 he was promoted to Youth Investigator.
Ron became the first Unit Representative for the 014th District where he worked to gain the right to collective bargaining and helping to get the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 elected as the sole bargaining agent for the Policemen of the City of Chicago.
In 1981, Ron was appointed to the position of Field Representative where he served for 12 years during which he was elected to the position of 3rd Vice President.
Ron has been elected a Trustee numerous times since 1980 and continues to serve as a Trustee. He is also on the audit committee.
In 2004, after 31 years of service, Ron retired from Special Victims Unit.
Dan became a member of the Chicago Police Department in May, 1991 and was assigned to the 007th District, where he served as a patrolman and tactical officer. In October 1994, Dan was transferred to the 004th District where he was assigned to the Gang Tactical Team and later the Tactical Team. In 1998, he was assigned to the Narcotics Section where he served until being promoted to Detective in 2000. Dan was assigned to Area Two Violent Crimes, now known as Area South Homicide, where he currently works the Cold Case Unit. He has served as the Area South Watch and Unit Representative and was appointed to Trustee in December 2012. Dan currently serves on the Legal Defense and Grievance committees.
Dan Trevino has been with the Chicago Police Department for over thirty-four years. He served as Unit Representative for a number of years and as an elected Trustee.
Dan was hired as a Police Officer in 1980 (class 80-2D). He was assigned to the 014th District where he worked a beat car, wagon, the desk, and lockup. In 1983, Dan was transferred to the Traffic Division Enforcement Section. In 1985, he was assigned to the Training Division as an Instructor of Police.
Dan was promoted to a Youth Officer in 1995 and was assigned to the Area 5 Youth Division. He was later transferred to the Area 3 Youth Division in 1998. While serving as a Detective, Dan was detailed to Detective HQ, Sex Offender Registration Section in 2007 where he served until his retirement in 2009.
Dan currently serves on several committees including: 990, Safety and Uniform & Equipment.
After graduating from Senn High School in 1967, Mike joined the United States Marine Corps and served two tours in Vietnam before being discharged as a Sergeant in 1970. Mike attended Northeastern University where he majored in English. He joined the Chicago Police Department in 1972. His career with the Chicago Police Department began in the 019th District ” Town Hall”, then Area 6 SOG, 015th District, 024th District, and retired from the 016th District in 2002. Mike currently serves on the following committees: Benefits, Legislative, Political Action and 990.