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Knights of Columbus

Bishop Ruocco Council 9275
/Littleton, MA
   •   PO Box 65   •    Chelmsford, MA 01824  •

Council Founded April 19, 1986

Biography of Bishop Joseph J. Ruocco

Yearly Re-Cap

Charter Officers

Charter Members

Past Grand Knights

Past and Affiliated Clergy

Former District Deputies

Knight of the Year



Biography of Bishop Joseph J. Ruocco

Bishop Joseph J. Ruocco, the son of Joseph and Concetta Ruocco, was born in Boston, MA on April 21, 1922. He was one of six children. At the age of two years, the bishop and his family moved from the North End of Boston to Lexington. The bishop attended and graduated from the Lexington public schools. After graduation from high school, he entered Saint John’s Seminary in Brighton, MA in the fall of 1941 to begin his preparation for Roman Catholic priesthood.

On May 6, 1948, Joseph J. Ruocco was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston by Archbishop Richard J. Cushing at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. His first parish assignment was as assistant pastor at Saint Anne Parish in Readville. Subsequent parish assignments followed at Saint Catherine of Genoa Parish in Somerville and Saint Catherine of Siena Parish in Norwood.

In 1971, Father Ruocco was appointed administrator of Saint John-Saint Hugh Parish in the Roxbury section of Boston by Humberto Cardinal Mederios. He served in this assignment until 1974 when Cardinal Mederios appointed him Pastor of Saint Timothy Parish in Norwood.

On December 31, 1974, it was announced that Father Ruocco, together with three other Boston priests, had been appointed an Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Boston by Pope Paul VI. He was ordained a bishop on February 11, 1975 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross by Cardinal Mederios.

Following his Episcopal Ordination, Bishop Ruocco was assigned by Cardinal Mederios to be the Regional Bishop of the Lowell Region of the Archdiocese. This area of the archdiocese covers the Merrimack River Valley and includes the major cities of Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill and Framingham with a total of 101 Catholic parishes and other institutions.

During the racial school-busing problem in the city of Boston, Bishop Ruocco served as Cardinal Mederios’ representative to the Citywide Coordinating Council and as the Episcopal moderator of the Peace and Justice Commission of the Archdiocese. Bishop Ruocco also served as a member of the executive board of directors of a number of local institutions such as the Italian Home for Children in Boston, Saint Ann’s Home in Methuen, Saint Joseph Hospital and D’Youville Hospital in Lowell.

Bishop Ruocco was also a longtime member of the Massachusetts Order, Sons of Italy in American and for many years served as the State Chaplain to the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts.

After a lengthy illness of congestive heart failure, Bishop Ruocco died on July 26, 1980 at D’Youville Manor in Lowell.

In his homily at Bishop Ruocco’s funeral mass in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on July 31, 1980, Cardinal Mederios said the following:

“Wherever Bishop Ruocco went, people were impressed with and drawn to his spirit of genuiness, simplicity, and above all, his friendliness. To everyone he preached vigorously the gospel of Jesus Christ with its demands for love, justice and peace without compromise. His constant theme was the dignity of human person and the demand of Jesus that we respect that dignity and love one another as he loved us.”

Quite appropriately, Bishop Ruocco’s Episcopal motto was simply

God is Love.


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Yearly Re-cap


1986-87 -- Geo Goguen, GK

Everything is new. Tadmuck Club. Meetings start at 8! A tractor, God & Country for the 4th of July. The first family Communion Breakfast. Financial Secretary, Recorder and Treasurer are in the back of the hall. That was great!!! Pizza is served at the changing of the guard! We hoped it would be a tradition to continue, it has. (I like Pepperoni on mine, Ray).

1987-88 -- William Floyd, GK

First Place in the 4th of July Parade for our salute to the bicentennial of the signing of the Constitution. Dunkin Munchkins for the Installation! First annual Children’s Christmas Party. In February we moved to the Tara.

1988-89 -- David Gorham, GK

A potluck for an installation. A 100 Club Party! Thanksgiving dinners are given out. Plan our first summer outing. We serve at a Marian Year service on the hottest night ever.

1989-90 -- Armand DiLando, GK

Second Place in the 4th of July Parade for our ‘Salute to Education.” Our first essay contest for 4th graders: “What Sunday Means to Me.” Trivia/Chowder Night for a social meeting. First ever Special Needs Bowling, our first Day of Reflection and Father Gary’s Roast.

1990-91 -- Anthony Controneo, GK

Columbian and Founders’ Award

A $2,000 profit from the 4th of July booth and 29 marchers in the parade! Bottle collecting social meeting. Characters at the Tootsie Roll Drive. Very Profitable roast beef dinner on Valentines Day. The birth of the Council Cookbook. Membership peaks over 100.

1991 -92 -- Paul Clark, GK

The Tommy Makem concert becomes the biggest fund-raiser ever for the council--an enormous undertaking. Many of us attended a UMass hockey game for a social meeting. Still one of our best social meetings.

1992-93 -- Gerard Lyons, GK

We move to the Elks Hall in Westford. Tootsie Roll drive goes over $10,000! Pumpkin picking event is born. We run a Bingo at the NE Rehab of Woburn. A great tradition is born. ..the Yankee Swap! Our Bowling night was great!! (Yes, bowling) A very first special needs fair.

1993-94 - Edward Courtemanche, GK

A new banner is added. A roof is added to the 4th of July booth. We added the terms “SOP” and “POC” to our committee work forever. We form a retention committee to address participation and attendance.

1994-95 -- John Demers, GK

A Knight at the races become a hit. Council dues increased for the first time. Father Paul leads us on a snowy but blessed evening of H reflection. The snow forces the cancellation of our Communion Breakfast By the end of the year, the council’s financial position has turned around dramatically. Few had realized the position we were in.

1995-96 -- Michael Kendrick, GK

The Tootsie Roll Drive tops $17,000!! Foxwoods will never be the same! The ladies are taught the art of stamping. The ladies will participate in a fashion show.

1996-97 -- Barry Bell, GK

We find a “new” home at Nabnasset Lake Country Club. Two Events are brought back — Communion Breakfast and The 100 Club. Two new events are added to the many successful events — Mass of the Roses and Monte Carlo Night. Bishop Ruocco Council becomes #1 in the State for the Tootsie Roll Drive by collecting $20,012.76. WOW !!!!!

1997-98 -- Nelson McCarthy, GK

Bishop Ruocco Council #2 in the State for the Tootsie Roll Drive by collecting $18,241.88. New record set for the Fourth of July Raffle— over $1,200; and the booth raised $700. We finally bought our own coffee pot and instituted “real” social nights. Forwarded a motion to the State Convention to hire at least one more full time person to administer the Tootsie Roll Charity Fund.

1998-99 -- Joseph Clark, Jr., GK

Star Council

We start off the year with a successful Fourth of July Fundraiser. Great turnout for the handicapped kids carnival at the Paul Center (formerly Camp Paul). Rained all weekend for the Tootsie Roll Drive. We learn that a case of beer is like gold—at the Yankee Swap. We get “Social” at a Lock Monsters Game and at the Ground Round.

1999-2000 -- Jim Lovas, GK

Columbian and Fr. McGivney Award

Kicked off new Millennium in Bishop Ruocco style: Marched in 103 degree heat on July 4th, how about that Patriotism! Raffle tops $1,600 profit. Burgers big hit at booth, Kielbasa NOT. Added Tootsie Roll Golf Tournament, combined with drive raises $29K. Retention committee “calling all members.” Finally getting some PR from local papers. Re-established relationship with St. John’s. Opened Communion Breakfast to all.

2000-01-- Ken Desilets, GK

Star Council

Our Council placed second in the State for collecting money during the Tootsie Roll Drive. We assisted 10 Families through the Charity Fund to the tune of $23,000 with wheelchair ramps, van lifts and hearing aids. We hosted 60 kids with Special Needs during our spring bowling program. We dedicated the Free Throw Contest in the memory of Dave Gorham, a Council Charter Member and a beloved Brother. At St. John’s, we assisted and cooked for their family outing and raised over $700 for them by running the first Annual Ham & Bean Dinner.

2001-02 — John Lamplough, GK

Star Council

The Tootsie Roll Drive and Golf Tournament raised $18,985.31 and the Council placed Number One in the State. The Degree Team is in demand, and the web page is up and running again. The Council reopens the Mill Café, and LifeLinks dedicates the David G. Gorham Gallery for disabled artists. The New Year’s Open House is a success, and we host a Papa Gino’s Fundraiser for The Paul Center. September 11, 2001 changed our lives forever.

2002-03 — Mike Chalsen, GK

Star Council

 “In Solidarity with our Priests” letter signed by members. Record heat melts pavement at 4th of July events – lower turnout results in late night specials for pizzas. 9/11 anniversary seedlings take root. Faith Q&A – the journey continues. Dr. Ray builds up our confidence as parents – what’s so funny? The brutal weather doesn’t slow down this council. Pro-life efforts warm our hearts. The Church will rebound. Pray for world piece.

2003-04 — Steve Brenner, GK

Star Council

The council moved to a new “Home” at the Cameron School in Westford.  Christopher Columbus and float back in July 4th parade after ten tears in storage.  We were number 2 in the State Tootsie Roll Drive.  We were represented at the Pro-Life march in Washington, DC by two fellow brothers.  Finally – a Special Needs Fair with no rain.  This was our first year selling religious Christmas cards.

2004-05 — Harold Coughlin, GK

Star Council

This year we won first prize with the “Santa Maria” float in the 4th of July parade.  Some key words: Booth, Bean Supper, Special Needs Fair, Special Needs Bowling, Ramp, Evening of Reflection, Catholic Men’s Conference, Christmas Party, Communion Breakfast, Bottle Drive, Retreat, Degree Team, Pizza, Tootsie Roll Drive, Mass of Remembrances, Parade, Christmas Cards, Van Lift, Roast, Yankee Swap, Star Council for 2003-2004, all in a good year.

2005-2006 — Richard Curtis, GK

Star Council

Our patriotic float won third prize at the Chelmsford’s 250th parade; the unusual large crowd made the booth busy (and profitable).  Our 2004 Tootsie Roll Drive came in #1 for revenue –per-member – well done!  The 2005 drive made repeated this, with $19,601 collected.  We’ve provided charitable assistance, done well with our parish events, and the Special Needs events have been well-attended and well run.  Ran a bus to the Catholic Men’s Conference.  We saw Fr. Aveni off to a pastorship in Holbrook, and Fr. Marc off to a chaplaincy in Iraq.  Please keep him in your prayers.  The council now has 2 DDs!

2006-2007 — Paul Rigazio, GK

Columbian Award


We were able to extend our council to St. Anne church of Littleton, by including them in our Tootsie Roll Drive (TRD), Christmas Card Sales, and Membership Drive.  Our Council now covers four local parishes.  Our TRD raised $19,301 for our Special Need Children and again was first in the state.  Other major activities included: July 4th Parade and Booth, Special Need Fair and Bowling, Free Throw Contest, Boston Men’s Catholic Conference, Evening of Reflection, Private Socials for the local Priests, and many parish support activities.  We also welcomed back from Iraq our Chaplain Fr. Marc Bishop, and welcomed two Associate Chaplains; Fr. White and Fr. Ventura.  Another successful and active year.


2007-08 -- Paul Rigazio, GK                                                                

Columbian Award

During this past fraternal year we added two new events to our Council activities, namely the Soccer Challenge in Sep 07 and a Blue Mass planned for Apr 08  for our local police and Fire first responders.  We also initiated a Power of Ten Program to increase contact with all our brothers in the Council and continued our good coverage with St. Anne Church in Littleton. Our TRD raised $ 16,395 for Special Need Children and again our Council was first in the state.  Other major activities included; July 4th Parade and Booth, Special Need Fair and Bowling, Free Throw Contest, Boston Men’s Catholic Conference, Evening of Reflection, and many parish support activities.  We welcomed our two Chaplains; Fr White and Fr. Ventura. Another successful and active year.


2008-09 -- Adam Heroux, GK                                                               

Star Council

Honorable mention for the Santa Maria Float and Steve Conte as Christopher Columbus at 4th of July. The council was honored by Paul Center and KIDS organization. New decks at Camp Paul. Steve and Barry 4th year DDs. Danielle Candellari wins national free throw championship. Thanks to Dave Breen for many great years as Tootsie Roll Drive Chair.


2009-10 -- Gene Bartos, GK      

First Place for the Santa Maria Float and Steve Conte as Christopher Columbus at 4th of July. The council was honored by Paul Center and KIDS organization. Star Council award for 2008-2009. Job well done for Adam Heroux as new Tootsie Roll Drive Chair. Record earnings for 4th July booth. New meeting place at The Paul Center.


2010-11 -- Francis X. Burke, GK      

Building on the foundation constructed for us by our brothers of the past 25 years, the council continued to serve our community through: special needs bowling, special needs fair, free throw competition (several moving on to higher levels), Tootsie Roll Drive (3rd in the state), and our charity night (supporting 2 BSA Eagle projects, and the Paul Center). We participated in the Chelmsford 4th of July celebration by marching in the parade and our booth on the common (successful fund raiser). To these we added the Turkey Raffle, a promising new charity fundraiser. In the next couple of months we will add a jointly hosted Special Olympics event in cooperation with Nashoba Valley Special Olympics. We have also been developing a vision for our next 25 years with Charity as the central theme. Another active and successful year.


2011-12 -- Robert J. Chevalier, GK      

Hard work in the July 4th Booth and Parade added to our Charity account to begin this fraternal year. Another terrific Special Needs Fair at the Paul Center and Bowling afternoons in Billerica brought joy to families and Knights who contributed their time and tender care to our special friends. Our successful Tootsie Roll Drive (thank you Adam!) included joining with the Council Parish of St. John the Evangelist for the Annual Golf Tournament. What a great time we had (and profitable) at our 2nd annual Turkey Raffle. We honored our deceased Knights in a Mass of Remembrance and hosted a “Keep Christ in Christmas” service as our evening of recollection at the beginning of Advent. We delivered “Coats for Kids” throughout our community and gave generously in support of charities that are advocates for the unborn and women who are pregnant. We contributed to assist the homeless and we provided scholarships to the faith based ACTS Retreat. Seminarians from our Parishes received financial stipends from our Council - so they will know we encourage their dedication to the Priestly vocation. More great things are to come as we look to new leadership for our next fraternal year and continue to lead as Knights of Columbus.


2012-13 -- Charles (Chuck) Carroll, GK      

Spectacular weather and equally hard work made for a great 4th of July producing a profit of ~$1500. Our special needs program continued as one of our highlights, bringing smiles of joy to both the SN children and council volunteers. The Installation of Officers featuring a pot luck supper produced a great turnout at minimum expense. The Council placed second in the State raising over $14,000 from the Golf Tournament and drives at stores and churches. Other activities which keep the Council strong and active included the Mass of Remembrance, Keep Christ in Christmas, Coats for Kids, Basketball Free Throw, and Evening of Reflection. The Coats for Kids was particularly successful as over 100 coats were given to needy children. Father Tom Corcoran was appointed Council Chaplain. We are on track this year for the Columbian Award. The Star Council Award was achieved for the 2011-2012 fraternal Year.


2013-14 -- Joseph E. MacShane II, GK      

With hard work we started the year with a great 4th of July. Our Special Needs Fair and Bowling programs continue as one of our highlights for the SN children, parents, and council workers. We had a year with 3 first time fundraisers: a calendar fundraiser, LED lights, and a Vendor Fair. Other activities the council was active in was the Tootsie Roll Drive and Golf Tournament, Coats for Kids, Food Drive, Basketball Free Throw, Blue Mass, Evening of Reflection, Clothing for the Homeless, Ladies Luncheon, and this year we had 5 families nominated for the “Family of the Month Award.” We are on track this year for the Columbian Award.


2014-15 -- Michael F. Moriaty, GK      

The year started off with a turbulent 4th of July. Due to a storm and unforeseen circumstances, we were unable to operate a booth. We did, however, march in the parade and included a float and the Fourth Degree. We quickly got back to our usual great programs with the Special Needs Fair. This year we supported the Paul Center by refurbishing their gazebo, for which we received a plaque installed on it. For the first time in many years, our Tootsie Roll Drive was held separate from the Golf Tournament. This allowed more funds raised by the latter to stay with council and be used for local SN projects. As a result of our lobbying efforts regarding the administration of the TRD funds at the State level, the State council agreed to move the TRD funds to their own separate account going forward. Our SN Bowling continues to be a success. We continued the calendar fundraiser and Vendor Fair. Our council was blessed to provide unprecedented support to the homeless through our street ministry. We requested and received a generous amount of fleece material to make blankets and other items that we distributed to the homeless in our community. Also, our brothers really stepped up in providing fresh socks and underwear at every meeting that were also distributed. This year we raised money for the Paul center at our February social meeting at the 99 restaurant and enjoyed a game night in March. The council was active in other activities as well, such as the Coats for Kids, Basketball Free Throw, Blue Mass, and Evening of Reflection. We are on track this year for the Columbian Award.


2015-16 -- John E. Bielefeld, GK      

This year has been an eventful year. The Council’s time, treasury, and our combined talents have contributed to several successful Events: For the charitable events: The Council had a successful Tootsie Roll Drive in which we raised enough funds to put us in 4th place in Massachusetts. We shared the joy with Special Needs Children and their parents with a Special Needs Fair, a Special Needs Bowling and a Special Needs Prom Night. For the religious events: The Council participated in the Night of Reflection, Keep Christ in Christmas, Sale of Christmas Cards, and The Mass of The Roses. For the Community events: The Council held the Free Throw Basketball Hoops Challenge, Charity Night and the 4th of July Booth and Parade. For Council Social events: The Council hosted a wonderful speech by Jeff Bauman, partied at Princeton Station, and had fun with a December Yankee Swap. I want to thank all the Worthy Knights that have given their time and effort for all the Council’s activities during the 2015-2016 Fraternal Year.


2016-17 -- Eugene F. Bartos, GK      

The fraternal year started with a successful July 4 booth raising a record profit and participation in the parade with many brothers and family members participating. Our Tootsie Roll Drive was also successful resulting in our council placing third in the state for this charity fund raiser. We also ran our annual events for special needs kids: the Special Needs Fair, Bowling, and Prom. Our charitable activities included Coats for Kid, donations to local organizations supporting families in need, pancake breakfast fundraiser for a child who needs a service dog, clothing the homeless. Our church activities included Keep Christ in Christmas, support for Our Lady of Fatima activities, and support for seminarians. We supported Pro Life with a donation for an ultrasound machine and participation in the March for Life. Other activities of note included our annual Mass of the Roses for deceased members, Basketball Free Throw contest, and formation of a Special Olympics committee.


2017-18 -- Ubaldo A. Mendes, GK      

We ran a whole host of activities this year. At the outset we had a successful July 4 fund raiser surpassing last year. We participated in the parade and gave away flags which was a big hit with the kids. At the installation ceremony we hosted the “Silver Rose” honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe. Silver Rose has been the KoFC tradition for 58 years and we did this for the first time.We were placed third in the state for raising funds via the Tootsie Roll Drive. We ran our charitable events like “Coats for Kids” doubling the number of coats we typically donate.Our signature events like the Special Needs Fair, the fall and spring Bowling events and Prom were a great success with a lot of participation from the brothers and the kids. One new event this year was raising of funds for ‘Food For Families’. We raised $500 which we gave to the Westford Food Pantry. On the church front, we ran a fund raiser to support seminarians at the Chelmsford Collaborative and participated in Keep Christ in Christmas. We held our annual Mass of the Roses for deceased members and helped with the Blue Mass. In terms of Pro Life support, we teamed up with St. Catherine to hold a Holy Hour. Our other events included Basketball Free Throw contest and participation in the Special Olympics events.



Description of awards:

Columbian Award

Submitted all reports on time. Conducted at least four programs in each of the following sections of the service program: Church, Community, Council, Family and Youth.

Father McGiveny Award

Service Program Report has to be submitted on time -- August 1st. Achieve Membership Quota.

Founders’ Award

Service Program Report has to be submitted on time – August 1st. Achieve Insurance Quota.

Star Council

Achieve all the above 3 awards above to be awarded Star Council.


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Charter Officers  April 19, 1986



Grand Knight

 Geo M. Goguen PGK

Deputy Grand Knight

 William J. Floyd PGK


 Robert Ferreira


 Matthew J. Falcone

Inside Guard

 Joseph V. Kopycinski

Outside Guard

 Rod L, MacLellan


 David Gorham PGK


 Thomas Hughes


 William Crittenden

Financial Secretary

 James Kopp


 Robert Berling

 Peter E. Clougherty

 Raymond F. Dunn


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Bishop Ruocco Charter Members   April 19, 1986


Rev. Robert Barrett

Geo Goguen

Rev. Daniel Cronin

David Gorham PGK

Robert Berling

Frank Heslin

John Connell III

Thomas Hughes

Anthony Cotroneo PGK

Charles Johnson

Peter Clougherty

Raymond Kelly

William Crittenden

James Kopp

William Dixon

Joseph Kopycinski

William Donohue

Alexander LeCourt

Raymond Dunn

Roderick MacLellan

Michael Erhartic

Joseph Mercurio

Matthew Falcone

John Morris

Joseph Ferreira

Brian Muise

Robert Ferreira

John Murphy, Jr.

William Floyd, Jr. PGK

Joseph Reisert

Robed Therrien

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Bishop Ruocco Past Grand Knights


Geo M. Goguen PGK

1986 - 1987

William Floyd PGK

1987 - 1988

David Gorham PGK

1988 - 1989

Armand DiLando PGK

1989 -1990

Anthony Controneo PGK

1990 - 1991

Paul Clark PGK

1991 - 1992

Gerard Lyons PGK

1992 - 1993

Edward Courtemanche PGK

1993 - 1994

John Demers PGK

1994 - 1995

Michael Kendrick PGK

1995 - 1996

Barry Bell PGK

1996 - 1997

Nelson McCarthy PGK

1997 – 1998

Joseph Clark, Jr. PGK

1998 – 1999

Jim Lovas PGK

1999 - 2000

Ken Desilets PGK

2000 - 2001

John Lamplough PGK

2001 - 2002

Mike Chalsen PGK

2002 – 2003

Steve Brenner PGK


Harold Coughlin PGK


Richard Curtis PGK


Paul Rigazio PGK


Adam Heroux PGK


Gene Bartos PGK


Francis X. Burke, PGK


Robert J. Chevalier, PGK


Charles (Chuck) Carroll, PGK


Joseph E. MacShane, II, PGK


Michael F. Moriaty, PGK


John E. Bielefeld, PGK


Eugene F. Bartos, PGK


Ubaldo A. Mendes, PGK



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Past and Affiliated Clergy


Rev. Paul J. Aveni Jr.

Rev. Robert E. Barrett *

Rev. Raymond P. Benoit +

Rev. Richard A. Buntel

Rev. Daniel F. Cronin

Rev. William S. Dunn

Rev. Mr. Robert W. Druzis

Rev. Gary D. Fernandez +

Rev. Paul J. Finegan +

Rev. Leo E. Martel

Rev. Christopher K O’Connor+

Rev. John M. Sullivan

Rev. Mark Bishop +

Rev. David P. White +

Rev. William N. Ventura +

Rev. Thomas Corcorcan ++

*  Charter Member

+  Chaplain

++ Present Chaplain


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Bishop Ruocco District Deputies


Ken Mitchell, PGK, FDD

1986 Founder

Edward Cowie, PGK, FDD


Donald Ferriera, PGK, FDD


Donald Arsenault, PGK, FDD


William McMahon, Sr., PGK, FDD


Dana Buyck, PGK, FDD


Marvin Peschal, PGK, FDD


Joseph Mucci, PGK, FDD


Allan MacMullin, PGK, FDD


Peter Voisine, PGK, FDD


Douglas Kelley, PGK, FDD


George lrr, PGK,FDD


Richard Mabie, PGK, FDD


Robert Johnson, PGK, FDD


David Steinbach, PGK, FDD


Barry Bell, PGK, FDD


Steven Brenner, PGK, DD


John P. DeCourcy, DD


William Killion, DD


PGK – Past Grand Knights

FDD – Former District Deputy

DD – District Deputy


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Knight of the Year


Raymond Dunn


David Gorham, PGK


Anthony Cotroneo, PGK


Gerard Lyons, PGK


Edward Courtemanche, PGK


Gerald Kennedy


Armand DiLando, PGK


Paul Clark, PGK


Michael Kendrick, PGK


John Demers, PGK


Joseph Clark, Jr., PGK


Barry Bell, PGK


Ken Desilets, PGK


Michael Chalsen, PGK


John Lamplough, PGK


Ray Kelley


Jim Lovas, PGK


David Breen


Michael Mancini, PGK


Jason Monahan


Harold Coughlin, PGK


Charles Carroll


Nelson McCarthy, PGK


Paul Rigazio, PGK


Adam Herox, PGK


Fran Burke, PGK


Robert J. Chevalier


Ralph W. Nelson


Charles (Chuck) Hirt


Stephen E. Brenner, PGK, FDD


Michael P. O'Malley


Thomas W. Kelley, Jr.




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