In Memorandum Robert B. Eustace

Somerset 1 member, 83, died June 18, 2013 Bob was employed as a banker for Chase Bank in New York City and as a vice-president, senior financial advisor for Merrill Lynch, retiring in 1998 after 40 years in the financial industry. Surviving are his wife, Claire; daughters, Maureen McLaughlin, Susan Regan, and Ellen Eustace; stepdaughter, […]

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Passing of Michael E. Woodrow

Michael E. Woodrow, the father of NJ State Board Chaplin Fr. Brian Woodrow, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, July 9, 2013. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 11 at The Church of Saint John, 1282 Yardville – Allentown Road, Allentown. A Requiem Mass will […]

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Divisions Pull For Wounded Warriors

Members of Monmouth 2 joined brothers from Bergen 32 to participate in the 3rd Annual Wounded Warrior Tank Pull. The event is organized by the KofC in Clifton and raised over $70,000 for Wounded Warrior Projects to benefit wounded service men and women. The event places a tank on a flat bed tractor trailer and […]

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Good Friday Agreement Symposium Event

The NJAOH was one of the main sponsors for the 15th Anniversary speech on the Good Friday Agreement by Senator George Mitchell at Cooper Union in New York City on May 23. A number of Divisions were in attendance including Bergen 32, Mercer 1, Cape May 2, Hudson 1, Essex 9, Morris 1, and NJAOH […]

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Hearing On Finucane Murder

The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs convened a subcommittee hearing on May 15, 2013 to review recent developments in the investigation of the murder of human rights attorney, Patrick Finucane. The subcommittee was chaired by Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ). NJAOH Political Action Chairman Mike Glass and NJAOH President Sean Pender were present […]

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Good Friday Agreement Anniversary Statement

Video Credit: William Pribyl On Thursday, May 23, 2013 the AOH joined with other organizations to host a symposium to reflect on the importance of the Good Friday Agreement and the impact that it has had in the ongoing peace process. AOH National Freedom For All Ireland Chairman and NJAOH President Sean Pender made a […]

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NJ AOH President To Throw Out The First Pitch

NJAOH President Sean Pender has been invited to throw out the first pitch at the Camden Riversharks Irish Night on June 20th. Gates open at 6PM and the game starts at 7:05PM. Discounted group tickets are available for $5-$8 depending upon section. Come out to support Sean Pender’s professional baseball career. How to get discounted […]

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