STEPHEN M. O'KEEFE had a fifty-seven year career in journalism. entirely with Courier-Post. During the last five years of his career he wrote an weekly column called "Crossroads in History", which you can find below.
Stephen O'Keefe's last work as a journalist was published a year after his retirement, a seven part History of the Courier Post, as part of the newspaper's one-hundredth anniversary issue.
Stephen M. O'Keefe passed away on January 31, 1984.
On April 3, 1954 a banquet was held at Kenney's restaurant on Market Street in honor of retiring Camden Police Department detective August Pfleiderer. Joseph Mardino chaired the committee which put the banquet together. Other members of the committee include Clifford Carr, Harry Tracy, George Ellis, Nathaniel Jones, James Mulligan, Russell Maurer, Samuel E. Johnson, Edward C. Garrity, Frank H. Ryan, James M. O'Neill, Stephen M. O'Keefe, Edward J. Quinlan and Joseph Webster.
|Camden Courier-Post - February 1, 1984|
|Stephen M. O'Keefe's Crossroads of History|
|Comradeship Abounded in Camden's Many Clubs in Early 1900's|
|Camden Courier-Post - November 25, 1970|
Walter J. Roth - Morse Street - Emerson Athletic Association - Broadway - Turner Hall
William C. Hansel
William J. Kelly
Charles Krown - William Keane
James Keane - Claude Krown
Frank McLaughlin - Daniel McLaughlin
Joseph Norkus - John Norkus
Frank Singer - John J. Singer
William J. Schmuckle
Albert Williams - John Welch
Robert Wilson - Robert Williams
Association Ring 6
Veterans Boxing Association Ring 6
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