The following information is provided to prospective Fire Pension Board members as a guide to the functions and duties of the Fire Pension Board.
The following information is provided to prospective Fire Pension Board members as a guide to the functions and duties of the Fire Pension Board and serves as the local administrative body responsible for the investment and administration of the retirement plan for sworn “police” or “fire” personnel as governed by “Article 3” or “Article 4” of the Illinois Pension Code (40 ILCS5/).
The Board of Trustees shall consist of the following: (a) two persons appointed by the Village administrator, (b) two other persons chosen from the active firefighters within the meaning of Article 4 of the Illinois Pension Code as amended, and (c) one additional person who is retired under the Mundelein firefighters' pension fund and elected from persons retired under the Mundelein firefighters' pension fund. The members of the Board of Trustees created hereunder to be selected from the active and retired firefighters shall be elected at the time and in the manner provided by state statute. The Board of Trustees created hereunder shall elect from its number a president and secretary. There are no residency requirements for Pension Board Members. All appointees to the Fire Pension Board shall be persons dedicated to the goals of the Board and the best interests of the membership and the Village.
- John Peters, President
- Jeremy Lockwood, Secretary
- Steve Hoenig
- Mike Lawrence
- Wells Frice
Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each quarter at 8:30 a.m. at the Fire Station Headquarters, 1000 North Midlothian Road. View the Meeting Schedule.
Municipal Code Book
Village Staff Liaison
Doug Haywood, Treasurer
The Board of Trustees of the firemen's pension fund shall have control of the management of all funds belonging to, or designated by law or ordinance as a part of, the aforesaid firemen's pension fund and of the administration thereof, as provided by statute or ordinance, and shall have such duties and powers otherwise, if any, as may be stipulated by statute and/or ordinance.