Welcome to the Friends of St Patrick of Hawaii Website!
St Patrick's Day has come and gone and the Friends of St. Patrick celebrated at the 60th annual Emerald Ball and marched in their 47th Annual Waikiki parade. At both events a great time was had by all.
Everyone should make plans now to come to the next general membership meeting on April 19th. Bill Comerford will be pulling out all of the stops and filling us in on the latest and greatest in Irish music. Check out the Events section below for details.
If you're not a member, just click on the 'Sign Up' link to the right and you can join online! We'll be looking forward to seeing you soon.
Your Board of Directors
Feeling a bit cloudy after Finnegan's Wake? Drop by the Celtic Room and help organize the Friends of St Patrick library and files. This is where you really learn what this club is all about!
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FREDERICK BAGNALL MCMULLAN 85, of Hawaii, passed away on June 6, 2013. He was born March 6, 1928 to the late John and Emma (Bagnall) McMullan in Banbridge, Ireland. After leaving Ireland he moved to Toronto in Canada where he worked as a Police officer. Fred then joined the U.S. Army, where he was stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii and also served in the Hawaii Air National Guard. He fell in love with Hawaii and lived there for over 40 years. Fred started McMullan Enterprises and brought WD40 to Hawaii. He kept active in the Lions Club, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Waikiki Board, the suicide crisis line, and other organizations. Fred was proud of his 3 marathon races in Hawaii. He is survived by his two daughters, Erin (Keith) Thomas, Kathleen (Brad) Tresky; grandsons, Bradley (Michelle) Tresky, David (Laura) Tresky; great grandchildren, Ciara, Meghan, Madelyn; and sister, Kathleen Hobbs. A Memorial service will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii St. Patrick’s Day 2014. Contributions may be made in Fred’s memory to the Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division of the Salvation Army, PO Box 30040, Honolulu, HI. 96820. Online condolences available at www.pfeiferfuneral.com