List of Knights of Columbus

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The following is a list of notable living and deceased members of the Knights of Columbus, the world's largest Catholic family, fraternal, service organization.

Supreme officers[edit]

Term of office Supreme Knight Prior office Deputy Supreme Knight Supreme Chaplain


1 February 2, 1882 to May 17, 1886 James T. Mullen.jpg James T. Mullen 1882[1] to John T. Kerrigan
April 29, 1884[2] to John Dowling 1884[2] to 1890 Michael J. McGivney
2 May 17, 1886[3]to 1897 John J. Phelan.jpg John J. Phelan May 17, 1886[3] to William Hassett
3 March 2, 1897 to February 8, 1898 James E. Hayes.jpg James E. Hayes First State Deputy of Massachusetts 1897 to February 8, 1898 John J. Cone[4]
4 February 8, 1898 to 1899 John J. Cone.jpg John J. Cone First New Jersey State Deputy,
Deputy Supreme Knight
Vacant
Vacant
5 April 1, 1899 to August 31, 1909 Edward L. Hearn.jpg Edward L. Hearn State Deputy of Massachusetts April 1, 1899[5] to June 3, 1903[6] John W. Hogan
1901[7] to 1928[8] Patrick McGivney
June 3, 1903[6] to Patrick T. McArdle[9]
James A. Flaherty[10]
6 September 1, 1909 to August 31, 1927 James A. Flaherty.jpg James A. Flaherty Deputy Supreme Knight 1909[8] to 1927[11] Martin H. Carmody[8]
7 September 1, 1927 to August 31, 1939 Martin H. Carmody Deputy Supreme Knight,
Michigan State Deputy
1927[8] to 1933[12] John F. Martin
1928[8] to 1938[13] John J. McGivney
1933[12] to 1939 Francis P. Matthews
1938[13] to 1960[14] Leo M. Finn
8 1939 to 1945 Francis P. Matthews.jpg Francis P. Matthews Deputy Supreme Knight[13] 1939 to 1945 John E. Swift
9 1945 to 1953 John E. Swift Deputy Supreme Knight[15]
Massachusetts State Deputy[16]
1945[17] to 1949[18] Timothy Galvin
1949[18] to 1960[19] William J. Mulligan
10 September 1, 1953 to February 19, 1964 KennedyHart.jpg Luke E. Hart Supreme Advocate
1960[19] to 1964[20] John W. McDevitt[20] 1961 to 1987 Charles Pasquale Greco[21][14]
11 1964 to 1977 John W. McDevitt Deputy Supreme Knight 1964 to 1966 John H. Griffin[20][22]
1966[23] to April 1976[24] Charles J. Ducey
1976 to 1978 Ernest J. Wolff[24]
12 January 21, 1977 to September 30, 2000 Virgil C. Dechant Supreme Secretary, Supreme Master
1978[24] to Frederick H. Pelletier[25]
1984 to 1997 Ellis Flynn[26]
1987 to 2005 Thomas V. Daily[27]
1997 to 2000 Robert F. Wade[28]
13 October 1, 2000 to present Carl A. Anderson.jpg Carl A. Anderson Supreme Secretary,
Vice President for Public Policy
2000 to 2006 Jean Migneault[29]
2005 to present William Lori[30]
2006 to 2013 Dennis Savoie[31][32]
2013 to 2017 Logan T. Ludwig[33]
January 1, 2017 to present Patrick E. Kelly[33]


Politics and public service[edit]

Judicial branch[edit]

Executive branch[edit]

Legislative branch[edit]

State governments[edit]

Governor and Lt. Governor[edit]

State legislators[edit]

Louisiana[edit]
Wisconsin[edit]

State judiciary[edit]

Other[edit]

Local government[edit]

Other politics and public service[edit]

Non-United States[edit]

Canada[edit]

Philippines[edit]

The Church[edit]

Saints[edit]

Cardinals[edit]

Bishops[edit]

Priests[edit]

Sports and athletics[edit]

Military[edit]

Media[edit]

Others[edit]

Fictional[edit]

References[edit]

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