William Penn Association
The William Penn Association is a fraternal benefit society based in the United States. It was established on February 21, 1886, by thirteen Hungarian American miners who formed the Verhovay Aid Association in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. The organization has since merged with several other Hungarian American fraternal organizations, including the Verhovay Aid Association, the Workingmen’s Sick Benefit Federation, the Hungarian Budapest Society, the Rákóczi Aid Association, the American Life Insurance Association, the American Hungarian Catholic Society, and the Catholic Knights of St. George. The William Penn Association is open to people of any ethnicity and is licensed to sell insurance in 20 states. The organization conducts fraternal and charitable activities and promotes the preservation of Hungarian culture. It has its headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
709 Brighton Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
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