March 23, 2021

Dear Brothers, Sisters, Kith and Kin,
 
It is with a deep sense of sadness and regret that I must report to you the passing of our 46-year Retired Brother Floyd V. Miclo on February 4, 2021.  Brother Floyd worked throughout the jurisdiction.  He was born in 1936 and was initiated into Local One on October 26, 1975.
 
Brother Floyd proudly served his country in the U.S. Marines from 1954-1958. After his discharge, he started as a police officer in the NYPD and worked his way up the ranks into the original Special Tactical Patrol Force, and onto Homicide Detective, ultimately retiring from the 52nd Precinct in Bronx, NY. Floyd was just as proud to have had a long career as a member of Local One IATSE Theatrical Stage Employees Union. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying fishing, hunting, golf outings, and the beach. He was an active member of the Detective Endowment Association, Inc., Blooming Grove Rod and Gun Club, and the NRA. Always a devoted, hard-working, dependable, and generous man, Floyd had a relentless commitment to his family and faith as a Presbyterian.
 
He is survived by his wife Dolores, his children: Denise Miclo and her fiancée Steve Atwell, Local One Member David Miclo, Diane Estabrooks, Pam Browne and her husband Brian and Penny Miclo, as well as his five grandchildren: Emma, John, Julia, Ciara, and Ava; his cousin Walter Miclo of Bronx, NY, and many other beloved extended family members.
 
Services were held privately for family members only.
 
Memorial contributions may be made to Widows and Children's Fund of NYPD: please make a check payable to the NYC PBA Widows and Children's Fund, sent to Patrick Hendry, Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, 125 Broad Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10004.
 
Brother Floyd will be missed by family and friends alike. May his soul Rest in Peace.
 
Sincerely,
 
Robert C. Score
Recording-Corresponding Secretary
 
 

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