John O'Connor

last updated 12/24/2017

John Joseph O'Connor

Capital Markets Rotational Analyst at Scotiabank

44 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Investment Analyst and and Venture Coach - Northeastern University

Investment Executive - ScotiaMcLeod Inc.

Co-Owner, Director of Sales and Marketing - Cape Codder Sunglasses

Co-op - Wellington Management Company , LLP

President - Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Intern - Raptor Group Holdings LP


Joint Civilian Orientation Conference

Bachelor - Computer Science , CUNY - Lehman College

MasterNortheastern University

doctorate - political science , 

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Signs of the Times | America Magazine

Born in Philadelphia on Jan. 15, 1920, John Joseph O'Connor was ordained a priest of that archdiocese in 1945.
For the next seven years he taught high school and pursued advanced studies, earning master's degrees in ethics and clinical psychology. He later earned a doctorate in political science. He became a Navy chaplain in 1952 and rose to the rank of admiral. From 1975 until his retirement from the military in 1979 he was the Navy's chief of chaplains. Pope John Paul II personally ordained him a bishop in 1979, making him an auxiliary bishop of the military vicariate. In 1983 he was appointed bishop of Scranton, Pa. He was named archbishop of New York in 1984 and became a cardinal the following year.

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John is a navy veteran of World War II. He enlisted in the navy at the age of 17. In WWII John served on the destroyer tender, USS Shenandoah AD-26 from 1945 – 1946. He worked as a technician rebuilding and repairing gyro compasses. He also had the enviable job of running the movie projector on the fantail of the Sheanandoan on movie night. That, he says, was good duty. John was being trained as a driver for a LCVP landing craft attack boat for the land assault on Japan when the bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. If that hadn't happened, and the land assault had happened, John's pretty sure he would not be here today. After the war John got his pilot’s license. He then went on to obtain his Certified Flight Instructor ticket. John is certified to teach in single and multi-engined aircraft, land and seaplane. He is also a licensed A and P (airframe and power plant) Mechanic . John and another Dawn Patrol member, Dave Laur, built the Dawn Patrol’s Official Crash Truck and WWI ambulance. John is the top left. John O'Connor and Dave Laur stand with their creation. It's a 3/4 scale replica of a 1915 WWI Ford Model T Ambulance. t was made from the chassis of a wrecked golf cart. t's also the designated Kansas City Dawn Patrol Crash Truck. AND HAS BEEN USED TOO!!

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