O'Hare, John

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Person

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O'Hare, John

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Dates of existence

1876-1964

History

John O’Hare was born on July 1, 1876. He participated in the Yukon Gold Rush between 1896 and 1901. He operated a grocery store in Winnipeg from 1902-1921. He later worked as a Sales Manager with Marvin’s Limited until he retired. John O’Hare served as a City of Winnipeg Alderman from 1921-1929, Winnipeg Police Commissioner in 1924, and was the President of the Thistle Curling Club, President of the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada, Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, member of the Winnipeg Caterers Benevolent Association and honorary life member of the Manitoba Curling Association. O’Hare passed away on April 26, 1964.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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o'hare_j

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Draft

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Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created by Andrea Martin, March 2015

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  • English

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Sources

The Manitoba Historical Society: Memorable Manitobans, http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/people/ohare_j.shtml.

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