Local men elected to Hibernarians offices
TOLEDO — The Ancient Order of Hibernians in America held an election of officers during the 76th biennial Ohio State Convention that was held July 12-15 in Toledo.
Warren resident Joseph Casey was elected as vice president of the Ohio State Board, and Michael Mogg Sr. of Hubbard was re-elected as director of the board.
Casey has made numerous contributions to the local AOH Sean MacBride Division, where he is financial secretary and newsletter editor. He is a charter member of the division and has served two terms as president.
Casey, and his wife of 25 years, Cheryl, are the parents of three grown children, Kelly, Kevin and Coleen. They are members of Blessed Sacrament Church, where he is a lector, volunteer and a commissioned lay leader of prayer. A senior reliability engineer with General Motors-North American Operations, he recently transferred to the GM Metal Plant in Brook Park.
Mogg is in charge of the state oversight of AOH relief programs. He is a member of St. Patrick Church in Hubbard and is employed by the Douner-Sharon Packing Co. in Farrell, Pa.
He and his wife, Claudia Ann, have been married 24 years and are the parents of Michael Jr. and twin daughters Patricia and Amanda.
Dayton was chosen as the site for the 77th biennial convention to be held in 2009.