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Hibernians elect new state board

At the recent 21st biennial convention, delegates of the Virginia Ancient Order of Hibernians unanimously elected a new state board for the 2017-19 term.

 

The new board members are: President Bill Halpin from St. Patrick Church in Fredericksburg; Vice President Jay McCarthy from St. Theresa Church in Ashburn; Secretary Brian Kiernan from St. Mary Church in Henrico; and Treasurer Bob Fay from Our Lady of Hope Church in Potomac Falls.

Virginia has 14 AOH divisions with a membership exceeding 1,000 men. The delegates thanked immediate Past President Gene Bransfield for his leadership during the past two years and look forward to a future of growth and prosperity.

The Ancient Order of Hibernians is the oldest Catholic lay organization in the United States and the oldest Irish-Catholic organization in the world.

Find out more

Go to aoh.com

 

© Arlington Catholic Herald 2017