MOTHER SETON COUNCIL COUNCIL # 6724
KNIGHTS OF THE MONTH

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May 2024

Bob Malloy

Bob Malloy received the Knight of the Month award for March. Since his transfer to Nativity, Bob has fully immersed himself in many Council activities. He consistently supports the monthly food truck collections and has served as a canopy carrier at several Eucharistic Processions.


February 2024

Arturo Esparza

Arturo Esparza was honored as Knight of the Month for February. He was recognized for his hours spent working the food truck and his support of the PB&J ministry.


November 2023

John Fitzhenry


September 2023

Tim Kasprzyk

Chosen as Knight of the Month for September for his dedication and direction of the successful 2023 8th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.


July 2023

Neil Waid

For an outstanding job in producing the Council Newsletter.


March 2020

Steve Mirabole


February 2020

Jonathan Lodrigues


December 2019

Richard Spinelli


September 2019

Tim Ashcraft


August 2019

David Kadiri


July 2019

Don Carpenter


May 2019

Ray QuiƱones


March 2019

Rick Zemke


December 2018

John Houseman


September 2018

Danny Diaz


August 2018

Neil Waid


May 2018

Tom Babiarz


April 2018

Vinnie Urso


March 2018

Don Carpenter


March 2018

Danny Diaz


February 2018

Chris Gladu


January 2018

Stephen Curcio


December 2017

Tom Rusher


August 2017

Bob Dunn


July 2017

Neil Waid


May 2016

Vinnie Mallen


April 2016

Bob Dunn


March 2016

Richard Spinelli


January 2016

Tom Rusher


December 2015

Joseph Clemis


October 2015

Tim Kasprzyk


September 2015

Eduardo Crespo

SK Eduardo Crespo exemplified Patriotism and became a United States Citizen as well as our Knight of the Month. GK Herb Swoope, DGK Chris McManus and PFN Bill Queenan attended the citizenship ceremony in support of their Brother Knight!


August 2015

Mark Nobolsky


July 2015

Howard Baum


May 2014

Tom Babiarz

Tom Babiarz was instrumental with the success of the Tootsie Roll Drive. With his organization, leadership and recruiting, Tom helped raise over $1000 in the weekends first Tootsie Roll Drive. As a result of his hard work, the Council is well on its way to surpassing its goal of collecting over $2000 for the Lopez School for Exceptional Children. Thanks for all your hard work Tom!

 
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