Members Eligible for Election 2014-2016

The following is an alphabetical list of members who are eligible for election to office for the 2014-2016 term. Each member has attended at least four out of the last eight regular meetings. 

Cormac J. Brady

Rev. Edward E. Brady

Bernard J. Buckley Jr. 

Thomas F. Burke

Thomas R. Byrnes

Michael A. Coyne

David W. Currie

Thomas E. Darcy

Joseph K. Frye

Charles J. Gallagher

Michael T. Gallagher

John J. Gallagher

Corey R. Heenan

Joseph P. Heenan

John C. Heenan

Michael P. Heenan

Vincent Heenan

Stephen M. Hladik

Terrence Hogan

Thomas V. Hunt

 

Bernard J. Keuney

Edward P. Last

Charles W. Lentz

Thomas J. Lyons

Kevin J. Maginnis

John J. Martin Jr. 

Edward J. McBride

Daniel J. McCormick

Francis J. Moran

Daniel I. Murphy

Paul Murtagh

John J. O'Malley

Martin J. O'Malley

Thomas P. O'Malley

J. Thomas Showler

Richard I. Thorpey

Ken Walsh

Edward J. Wilbraham

Russell W. Wylie

Michael J. Yuengling

 

If your name is not listed and you believe you are eligible, please call the Friendly Sons' office on 215-249-9337 immediately. James J. Coyne Jr. and John F. Donovan are Director Emeriti and will not stand for election.

Applicants for Membership

First Listing 

 Joseph D. Burke - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Francis J. Moran

Paul Q. Donohue - Sponsored by P. Clarke Glennon and Mark Ryan

Brian Eury - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and John J. O'Malley

Daniel R. Ganley - Sponsored by Joseph P. Heenan and Ryan Heenan

Bruce A. Ganley - Sponsored by Joseph P. Heenan and Shawn Carroll

Gerald B. Halt Jr.  - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and John J. O'Malley

William J. Hegarty - Sponsored by John J. O'Malley and Bernard J. Buckley Jr. 

Ludwig D. Huebner V - Sponsored by Ryan Heenan and Joseph P. Heenan

Robert A. Kelly - Sponsored by Charles W. Lentz and Richard I. Torpey

Joseph P. Kelly Jr. - Sponsored by John J. O'Malley and Bernard J. Buckley Jr. 

Kevin D. Kent - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and John J. O'Malley

Jonathan Marcone - Sponsored by Joseph P. Heenan and Ryan Heenan

Joseph M. McColgan - Sponsored by Francis J. Moran and Bernard J. Buckley Jr. 

James McLaughlin - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and John J. O'Malley

Andrew McNally - Sponsored by Joseph P. Heenan and Shawn Carroll

James O'Malley - Sponsored by John J. O'Malley and Bernard J. Buckley Jr. 

John O'Sullivan - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and John J. O'Malley

Kenneth J. Powell Jr. - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Thomas V. Hunt

James J. Rodgers - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Charles J. Gallagher

Thomas Tirney - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Charles J. Gallagher

 Second Listing

Sean H. Fitzpatrick - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Thomas J. Lyons II

Joseph Keller - Sponsored by John C. Heenan and Corey R. Heenan

Hugh J. McNichol IV - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and William Kilrain

Sean P. O'Reilly Sr. - Sponsored by John C. Heenan and Corey R. Heenan

Joseph J. Schanne - Sponsored by Joseph P. Heenan and David W. Currie

Terrence J. Tracy Jr. - Sponsored by Bernard J. Buckley Jr. and Joseph P. Heenan

Third Listing 

Trevor J. Mohr - Sponsored by Edward J. Wilbraham and Kevin J. Maginnis

Society member John J. O’Malley hosts Irish prime minister

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A U. S. - Ireland Legal Symposium was held in Philadelphia on October 11-12, 2013. John J. O'Malley, a Society member and partner at the law firm of Volpe & Koenig, was actively involved in this event which was addressed by the Irish Prime Minister Kenny.

O'Malley stated the following to an Inquirer reporter:

The Irish "are trying to be the gateway of Europe" for U.S. business, said John J. O'Malley, partner at Philadelphia-based intellectual property lawyers Volpe & Koenig, a sponsor of a two-day U.S.-Ireland Symposium, which scheduled the breakfast into its
program.

"The Irish have focused on building ties in New York and Silicon Valley. We're trying to bring them more into Philadelphia," said O'Malley, whose firm's clients include drug maker Novartis, Malvern-based electronics maker Vishay Intertechnology, and Bethlehem-based Flexicon Corp.

Also assisting in this on-going effort to help both the American and Irish economies in Philadelphia was Bernard Buckley, the Society's Vice President.

The foregoing is indicative of the considerable legal and economic influence of our Society's members in the Philadelphia economy.