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October 2013
Congratulations 2013 Scholarship Recipients!


California Administration Insurance Services, Inc., CAPF's Plan Administrators, and CAPF would like to congratulate this year's winners of the Annual Children's Scholarship Program. Each year California Administration Insurance Services, Inc. sponsors four $500 scholarships for children of CAPF Participants. Three scholarships are awarded to high school seniors starting college or vocational training in the fall. One scholarship is awarded to a college sophomore or junior continuing his or her education.   


2013 Recipients

Madeline Cate, Orange County Fire Authority - Attending Saddleback College, majoring in Nursing. 

Scott Haskell, Los Angeles County Relief Association - Attending Moorpark College, majoring in Accounting and Political Science. 

Justin Ringhofer, Crest Forest Professional Firefighters - Is currently still deciding which university he will be attend. He is majoring in Mechanical/Biomedical Engineering. 




Conley Schroepfer, Oxnard Firefighters
- Attending California Maritime Academy, majoring in Maritime Transportation.



We would like to thank all of the students who submitted applications and wish them well in their future academic endeavors.


If your child will be starting college or vocational training or continuing his/her education next year, please encourage them to apply for the Annual Children's Scholarship. Information and the application is now available on the CAPF website.  


Applications must be postmarked by April 1, 2014. 

2014 Children's Scholarship Program Begins

In appreciation of the opportunity to serve CAPF and its Participants, California Administration Insurance Services, Inc. is honored to announce the start of this year's Children's Scholarship Program. California Administration Insurance Services, Inc. provides 4 children of CAPF Participants with scholarships each year.

Four $500 scholarships will be given in two categories, 3 in Category One, and 1 in Category Two.

Category One
Applicants must be high school seniors who are enrolled or planning to enroll in a full-time course of study at an accredited two or four year college, university, or vocational-technical school. Applicants must also have a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. (Three scholarships will be awarded.)

Category Two
Applicants must be sophomores or juniors in college enrolled in a full-time course of study at an accredited college, university or vocational-technical school. Applicants must have maintained a 3.0 grade point average during the first two years of college on a 4.0 scale. (One scholarship will be awarded.) Previous recipients are not eligible and need not apply.

Applications must be postmarked by April 1, 2014.

Information & Application Packet are also available at

California Law Enforcement Association (CLEA) and California Administration Reach Legal and Favorable Settlement in Lawsuit Against The Insurance and Benefit Trust of PORAC and Myers Steven & Toohey


As many of you might be aware, CLEA, our sister LTD organization who serves nearly 20,000 law enforcement Participants statewide and California Administration, its Plan Administrators, had jointly filed a lawsuit against the Insurance & Benefits Trust (I&B Trust) of PORAC and Myers Stevens & Toohey back in November 2011.


CLEA and California Administration charged I&B Trust and Myers Stevens & Toohey with unfair competition, making false statements to potential customers, misrepresenting that their plan was backed by a reinsurer, and various other causes.


We are pleased to report that CLEA has reached a favorable settlement, which also includes payment to CLEA and California Administration that covers their legal costs for filing the lawsuit and protects CLEA's and California Administration's reputations. This is a huge victory for CLEA and California Administration and it prevents I&B Trust and Myers Stevens & Toohey from saying things that simply aren't true to individuals or groups in the law enforcement community looking for the best LTD product available.


As you can imagine, CAPF is pleased with this announcement since many of our individuals and groups over the past 28 years have also been subject to similar issues by representatives from Myers Stevens & Toohey who service the CSFA organization. Hopefully, this settlement sends a strong message that these kind of "false statements" and "misrepresentations" will not be tolerated and people will be held accountable.


Congratulations to both CLEA and California Administration for "winning the good fight."

Gene Dangel, CAPF President 

NPFBA 2013 Plan Overview


NPFBA recently published its 2013 Plan Overview and Summary Annual Report. The NPFBA Long Term Care Plan remains in good health and actuarially sound. Below are some of the highlights

"We are so grateful to the Trustees of NPFBA. During our darkest days, our long term care policy has been a beacon of light in providing care for my wife. We can now focus on her physical rehabilitation without the financial burden of her long term care weighing on us. We are thankful to be a part of the NPFBA family."
Don & Lynn Kusar, Los Angeles City Fire Department

"I want to thank NPFBA for their help and guidance in getting in-home care for my wife. Their warm professional demeanor and empathy for our difficult situation went beyond my expectations. The staff is always available to answer questions and their suggestions made the process go smoothly. We are extremely grateful for everything NPFBA has done."
Doug Schulte on behalf of Dorlue Schulte,
San Diego City Fire Department

Upcoming Events

Children's Scholarship Program Application Deadline 

Date: April 1, 2014 

More Information:    


CAPF Board of Directors Meeting 

Date: April 4, 2014 

Location: San Diego 


If you have an event you'd like us to include, please send an email to [email protected]. Events published at CAPF's discretion. 

Quick Links

NPFBA Long Term Care Ad

Attending Physician

Applies to:
Long Term Disability & Long Term Care


The licensed physician who certifies your disability. The physician's specialty must correspond to your disability type. For example, an oncologist could not certify a disability caused by a heart condition. A disability caused by a heart condition would need to be certified by a cardiologist. 


Do you have questions
about CAPF?

Your CAPF Vice Presidents invite you to contact them with your questions or concerns.  

Erick Mattson,

Vice President North

[email protected]



Ken Blanton,

Vice President South

[email protected]  


Enjoy value added benefits compliments of your LTD and LTC Plans.

 All CAPF Participants, their families and friends are eligible for significantly discounted rates from

California Administration Insurance Services,

Liberty Mutual,  


Enterprise Car Rental  


Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center.


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