Deceased Members
Father O'Connell Memorian
Honorary Life and Honorary Members
 Honorary Life Members (HLM)
Age 70 with 25 years of 
continuous service in the Order.
Priests and religious brothers are
automatically designated HLM.

Honorary Members (HM)
Age 65 with 25 years of 
continuous service in the Order.

John G. Burch
Carlyle J. Lancaster
James A. Mudd, Jr.​
Paul W. Schlereth, Jr.
4th DegreeCouncil Members by Assembly
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  • 382 - St. Thomas Manor, Port Tobnacco, MD
  • 383 - Michael J. Curley, College Park, MD 
Henry B. Albrittain
James R. Anderson
Anthony T. Barrasso
Gerricho D. Brosco
Robert F. Coroleo
Kenneth R. Clark
Thomas Clifford, Rev.
Edward J. Edelen
Richard N. Edelen
Hugh C. Gardiner
David C. Gardiner
Joseph L. Gardiner
Joseph A. Gragan
Albert E. Graham, Deacon
Andrew V. Havrilla
Thomas L. Higdon
Salvador R. Jordan, Rev.
Robert F. Kilner, Rev.
Donald P. LeSage
Frederick H. MacIntyre, Rev.
Timothy G. Moore
Thomas F. Mudd
John F. Mudd
Michael J. O'Toole
Samuel I. Plummer, Rev.
Michael O. Raymond
Philip G. Rigby
James L. Rosier
Edward L. Sanders
Robert P. Seith
Joseph F. Shannon
John L. Sprague
Michael F. St. Jaques, Brother
Denis M. Sullivan
Lawrenve C. Swink, Rev.
Henry L. Tolson
Richard A. Winkler
Leonard H. Winkler
Ralph W. Winker

Deceased Members and Widows

Past Grand Knights

 *FDD = Former District Deputy

  • Carl R. Baldus, Jr.
  • George E. Barnes
  • Paul D. Brown
  • Carl E. Cooksey
  • *Harold R. Cooksey, FDD
  • Hugh C. Gardiner, Jr.
  • Clarence W. Hedden
  • Joseph B. Martin, Sr (Marie)
  • F. B. Matthews
  • Thomas P. McDonaugh
  • *C. William Nalley, FDD
  • Dr. Aubrey Posey
  • A. Frank Vacchiano
  • Rev. Aloysius T. Newman
  • Rev. Edward P. O'Connell, S.J.

  • Rev. Clement J. Petrick.

Deceased members, the deceased spouses of members, and Columbian Squires, are remembered daily in Mass at St. Mary's Church in New Haven, CT., birthplace of the Knights of Columbus.
  • Curtis L. Birley, Jr. (June)
  • ​Daniel R. Bowes (Margie)
  • ​Terence R. Brown (Mary Ellen)
  • Matthew P. Carroll
  • Kenneth J. Cornet, II
  • Bernard H. Cox, Jr. (Suzanne)
  • Michael R. Easter (Monica)
  • Garyton C. Echols, Jr.
  • Albert Elder
  • Leo K. Farrall, III
  • John Frere
  • Samuel P. Frere  (Doris)
  • John T. Gilmore (Cynthia)
  • Kendall W. Grote
  • John M. Gyorda, Jr. (Patricia)
  • Thomas L. Higdon, Sr.
  • Romolo Rastelli (Anna)
  • Paul A. Ribeiro
  • John C. Ridgely
  • Guillermo E. Sanchez (Patricia)
  • William F. Schrider
  • George H. Schuhart
  • George N. Schultz
  • John O. Simpson (Florence)
  • Michael J. Sprague (Karen)
  • Reinhard H. Steinhauser
  • Scott Stuart, Deacon (Suzanne)
  • Ronald M. Taylor, Sr. (Geraldine)
  • Kenneth F. Thompson
  • ​Charles W. Wills
  • John L. Yates (Elva)
  • William L. Yates, Sr. (Hester Ann)
  • James P. Jarboe
  • Louis P. Jenkins
  • Edward J. Kelly
  • Charles G. LaHood, Jr.
  • Francis N. Langley
  • George J. Leonard, Sr.
  • Thomas D. Maloney, Jr.
  • Robert E. Matula
  • Leon E. McClure (Diana)
  • Edward McKendree
  • James A. Mudd, Sr.
  • Thomas J. O'Rourke
  • James A. Petrousky (Linda)

Father Edward P. O'Connell's Family

Father Edward P. O'Connell, S. J. 84, a Jesuit priest who ministered for many years in Southern Maryland parishes, died March 30 of cancer at a Jesuit infirmary in the Bronx, N. Y.

Father O'Connell served most recently at St. Ignatius Catholic Church in Port Tobacco, where he was pastoral minister from 1994 to 2002 and associate pastor until earlier this year.

He had also served at St. Ignatius from 1979 to 1983. He taught religion at Archbishop Neale School in La Plata and was known for his efforts to reach out to local Native Americans at times incorporating their culture into the liturgy.
He helped rebuild Archbishop Neale School after it was destroyed by a tornado in 2002.
He served during the 1960's as pastor of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Mechanicsville and during the 1980's as parochial vicar at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in the District. His other assignments included parishes in Pennsylvania.

He was born in the Bronx and studied at the Novitiate of St. Isaac Jogues in Wernerville, Pa. In 1949 he graduated from the old Woodstock College near Baltimore where he received a master's degree in philosophy in 1950.
He taught for three years at Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda before returning to Woodstock College to study theology. He was ordained in 1956.
Survivors include three sisters

Honorary Life Third Degree Knight with 56 years of continuous service.