St. Charles County Survivor Benefits

Survivor BenefitsUpdated April 2013

ONE-TIME DEATH BENEFIT

Central County Fire & Rescue

Contact:
Central County Fire & Rescue
1 Timberbrook Dr
St. Peter, MO 63376
Phone: (636) 970-9700
Fax: (636) 970-9715
Website: www.centralcountyfire.org

The department provides a life insurance policy through Met-Life in the amount of $100,000 for career personnel. An additional policy through Standard Insurance Company pays 1 times the employee’s annual salary up to $100,000 whichever is lower.


NON-PROFIT OR PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS

Contact:
Backstoppers (The Policemen and Firemen Fund of St. Louis, Inc.)
10411 Clayton Road, Suite A5
St. Louis, MO 63131
Phone: (314) 692-0200
Fax: (314) 692-0204
Website: www.backstoppers.org
E-mail: [email protected]

Within hours of the death of a police officer, firefighter, publicly funded paramedic or EMT, his or her family receives a check for $5,000 with assurance for additional help.

As funding permits, the organization assumes financial obligations (i.e. mortgage payments, automobile payments, credit card debt, taxes, insurance, etc.).

Health and dental insurance provided, if needed.

Elementary and secondary educational assistance for grades K-12 (per child: $2,000 per year for public education; $4,000 per year for private education).

College and vocational tuition assistance to spouse and survivors.

$1,000 payment to spouse at Christmas.

$1,000 US savings bonds to surviving children at Christmas time and on their birthday up to age 21.

Miscellaneous assistance as approved by the board of directors (i.e. Home repairs, unusual medical expenses, etc.).
 


Disclaimer: The material contained in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Survivor Benefits website is not the result of legal research, but rather is based on a scan of public documents. We have made every effort to be accurate and timely, but errors may exist. The material on this website is advisory only and should not be cited as evidence or proof that a benefit exists or that our facts are accurate. Always consult the decedent’s fire department for benefits assistance, or a benefits’ attorney. If, in the course of your own research, you see errors of fact, or new benefit information, please pass this information along to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.