The Allied War Veterans’ Council of South Boston cordially invites you to our
Chief Marshal’s Banquet to honor:
Dan Magoon – Executive Director of the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes organization
Guest Speaker: Master Sergeant Gregory Kelly, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne), U.S. Army. President and Co-Founder of Massachusetts Fallen Heroes.
Cost per ticket is $40 per person
or order your own table of 10 seats for
$400 per table
Banquet is held at 1pm on Sunday, March 5th at the South Boston Lithuanian Club – 368 West Broadway, South Boston. Authentic Corned Beef and Cabbage sit-down dinner, with Irish music, dancing, and good old Irish Cheer!!!
*To order your tickets before February 26th:
Mail: Send check made out to Allied War Veterans Council of South Boston, P.O. Box 351 South Boston, MA 02127
Email: Send your contact info, and number of tickets requested to [email protected]
Online: Click here and choose Individual Donations. Put “Banquet Tix” in special instructions.
Dan Magoon – Executive Director, Massachusetts Fallen Heroes
Dan Magoon is a committed and driven community leader who has successfully led nonprofit, Massachusetts Fallen Heroes, for seven years. The organization is dedicated to honoring returning Veterans and those who have given their lives in service since September 11, 2001. Under his leadership, Massachusetts Fallen Heroes has grown into a multimillion dollar nonprofit.
Dan’s proudest accomplishment as executive director occurred in May of 2016, when the organization unveiled a 50-foot public tribute in South Boston’s Seaport Common. The Massachusetts Iraq and Afghanistan Fallen Heroes Memorial is the first of its kind in the nation. It is a powerful and refined beacon of light, a five-sided diaphanous column signifying the branches of the Service, looming above the trees in the park and reaching for the sky acknowledging the sacrifice these service members have made. The unveiling was in conjunction with Massachusetts Fallen Heroes’ first annual Patriot Week, a 10 day series of events honoring local veterans and Gold Star Families.
Today, Massachusetts Fallen Heroes is focused on supporting local Gold Star Families and Veterans through outreach programs, special events, and advocacy services.
Dan began his service with the United States Army as a paratrooper in 2003, and completed three combat deployments between Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2007, he concluded his service with the rank of Sergeant. Upon receiving an honorable discharge from the United States Army, Dan joined the Boston Fire Department. He is a proud son of South Boston and currently resides in Dorchester, Massachusetts with his wife Megan and two sons, Conrad and Winston.