Tom Byrne
Memorial Scholarship Award

Presented by
St. Joe's Bisons Club
in association with
VFW Post 3324


Tom Byrne was a 1967 graduate of St. Joseph High School in Camden, NJ. He was married to his high school sweetheart Anna L. Budniak (also class of 1967) for 47 years and was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and brother.

Tom was a teacher with Gloucester County Special Services, a member of the Knights of Columbus, a director of the Gloucester County Special Olympics, President of the Sean Byrne Foundation, a co-contributor to the Miracle Field of Gloucester County, and a South Jersey Football Hall of Fame inductee.

The  St. Joe's Bisons Club in association with Runnemede VFW Post 3324 would like to honor Tom's profound belief in helping others by presenting yearly awards of $500 to deserving grandchildren and/or great grandchildren of Club members, both male and female. The number and amounts of awards may vary depending on the success of the fund raisers conducted. All efforts of the committee are voluntary and all monies collected will be awarded.

The Club is open to any alumnus or  friend of an alumnus of St. Joseph High School located in Camden, NJ. Anyone wishing to join can contact any club member for details or simply mail a check for $10.00 to cover the membership fee payable to Charles Blank, 689 Rio Court, Williamstown, NJ 08094. Please include your full name (including maiden name) and if appropriate, the name of the alumnus sponsoring you along with their year of graduation.

The main contact for the Bisons Club is Charlie Blank, Class of 1968 - charlie.blank.53@gmail.com

March 20, 2020 Newsletter

2020 Tom Byrne Memorial Scholarship Award Program

Scholarship Application Process and Form

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2019 Bisons Club Wrap-Up

2019 Tom Byrne Memorial Scholarship Awards Announced

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Bisons Club Member List

January 14, 2019 Newsletter

Charlie Blank Induction Into Camden County Sports Hall of Fame

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