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John "Toothpick" O'Brien
John "Toothpick" O'Brien, Foreign Commerce Club President Emeritus:
It is with deep sadness that the Board of Directors share the news of the recent passing of our dear friend and colleague John O’Brien, President Emeritus, Boston Foreign Commerce Club. John was instrumental in leading the FCC for over 20 years, his presence will be greatly missed. Our condolences to his daughter Sharon, his family and friends.
Boston Foreign Commerce Club, Inc. was founded in 1932 to promote international trade in the region and specifically to support activity in the Port of Boston. It is made up of professional men and women from many companies engaged in foreign trade, among them: importers, exporters, ocean carriers, agents, foreign freight forwarders and customs brokers, truckers, logistics and distribution companies, marine insurance and banking.
It is the mission of the Club to encourage a spirit of cooperation and friendly discussion among our members and to support them in their various endeavors. Membership is open to all individuals whose interests and responsibilities relate to traffic, transportation and logistics planning.
Current membership includes:
Exporters / Importers
Truckers & Warehousemen
Banking and Financing
It is the mission of the Club to encourage a spirit of cooperation and friendly discussion among our members and to support them in their various endeavors. Membership is open to all individuals whose interests and responsibilities related to traffic, transportation, logistics planning, and other services associated with foreign commerce.