New Jersey Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) Seek to Honor Members Lost on 9/11

Order attempting to ensure all who sacrificed their lives always will be remembered

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attack on our nation, the New Jersey Ancient Order of Hibernians is planning a September 2021 memorial service in Newark, honoring Hibernians who perished on that infamous day in New York, Shanksville, Pennsylvania and at the Pentagon.

Among the thousands lost in the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, were nine members of the New Jersey Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Vowing the ultimate sacrifice made by these men will never be forgotten, the New Jersey State Board has declared Saturday, September 18th, 2021 as a day of remembrance for these fallen brothers.

The memorial mass is scheduled for  Saturday, September 18, 2021, at the historic Saint Patrick’s Pro-Cathedral, 91 Washington Street, Newark, NJ. This was the first seat of the Bishops of Newark until the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart was dedicated in 1954. After the Mass, a plaque will be unveiled memorializing the names of those killed during the terrorist attacks on 9/11.

Below are the names of New Jersey Hibernian 9/11 victims we currently have; if you are aware of any New Jersey Hibernians who lost their life in the attacks and are not on this list, please contact Chairman and Past State President Bill Young at 732-272-8588 or E-Mail: [email protected]

Deceased New Jersey AOH Members on Record

  • Peter Milano – Monmouth County, NJ
  • Bruce Reynolds – Hudson County, NJ
  • Tom Gorman – Hudson County, NJ
  • Moe Barry – Hudson County, NJ
  • Mike Wholey – Hudson County, NJ
  • Don McIntyre – Hudson County, NJ
  • Steve Huczko – Hudson County, NJ
  • Liam Callahan – Hudson County, NJ
  • James Nelson – Hudson County, NJ