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Supreme Past President Ramon Luna from
South Akron Nest #167 passed away June 12th.

If you would like to send Carolyn a sympathy card the address is: Carolyn McCardle, 840 Marie Ave, Akron Oh 44314.

Our prayers and sympathies go out to Carolyn and all the family.
Click here to read his obituary
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Supreme Trustee Russ Kinkle from Lima Nest #173
passed away unexpectedly March 31st. Visitation hours
will be Friday, April 3rd from 2-4 and 6-8.
The funeral is Saturday, April 4th at 9:00 a.m.
The funeral home is Siferd-Orion in Lima, Ohio.
Click here to read his obituary

Russ is survived by his son Supreme Warden Tony Kinkle and Tony's wife, Supreme Trustee Donna Kinkle and daughter Amanda. Our deepest sympathies. He will  be missed deeply.

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Joe Hamlin a founding member of Lima Nest #173 passed away March 12th. Our sympathies go out to Joe's family and to all the Lima Orioles. We know that they will miss Joe very much.
Click here to read Joe's obituary
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2014 Supreme Scholarship Raffle Winners
(Click here for the list)
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Supreme Recording Secretary Carol Jenkins-Anderson
has a new e-mail address - it's cjenkins5@comcast.net


Yours in L.  I.  F.  E.




The Fraternal Order Orioles is a social organization that was organized in August 1910. It is comprised of men and women who want to make a difference in their respective communities by serving the community in a variety of ways.  On the local level, Nests and Auxiliaries sponsor various fund raising events for members and their families; provide food for the needy during the holidays; support local projects, such as the YMCA/YWCA, rehabilitation centers, hospice care, etc.; award scholarships to members or their immediate family members so they can continue their education; as well as participate in many other functions.

Currently, our organization covers the east coast and parts of the mid-west, but is not limited by any means.  Our goal is to achieve one million members throughout the United States and Canada.

Anyone wishing to receive information on how to organize an Oriole Nest or Auxiliary should contact the Supreme office.
Established 1910
FRATERNAL ORDER ORIOLES
This page was last updated: June 17, 2015