To all POP Members and Supporters,

Chairman Lawrence Hamm is currently in UMDNJ hospital. He was in a car accident that resulted in severe injuries. He is in good spirits but in a lot of pain.  He has surgery scheduled for 1:00 pm today to remove a hematoma from his lung, but that has been delayed for now.

Chairman Hamm is hospitalized in the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, room E-444.  Visiting hours are 8 AM – 3 PM, 4:30 PM-6 PM, 8:00PM-10 PM.  NO VISITORS DURING 3-4:30 PM (QUIET TIMES) and 6-8 PM (CHANGE OF SHIFT).


150 Bergen Street
Level E, Room E-444
Newark, NJ 07103

Please feel free to send cards or any correspondence that will get him through this difficult time.

Again, thank you, and Power to the People!

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  • Max Herman says:

    So sorry to hear about the accident. I pray that your surgery goes well and that you will be up and marching again soon.

  • Letha Smith says:

    Dear Larry,

    My prays are with you. I am asking God to lay his healing hands on your body for a full and speedy recovery.Much love to you my brother.

    Letha Chambers-Smiith

  • Power to your HEALTH & RECOVERY… Our Beloved Bro…The struggle continues…Much LOVE & BLESSINGS….

  • Rick Adams says:

    Get well soon brother Hamm!

  • Barbara Goodwin says:

    I would appreciate some updated information regarding how
    Chairman Lawrence Hamm is doing in the hospital. This posting was on March 7th. How is he progressing in the hospital?

  • Joe Richey says:

    Dear Larry,

    Hoping that your recovering is swift and that the down-time was not too taxing.

    In solidarity,

    Joe Richey
    Boulder, Colorado

  • Regina G. Oliver says:

    Wishing you all the best and a speedy recovery.

  • Robert Branch says:

    Dear Chairman Hamm

    A speedy recovery is in our prayers for you.

    The Branch Family

  • The Lawrence Family says:

    You’re life is a beacon of hope for all who devoted to ‘good work’. We’ve known this for 3 generations. We pray for the restoration of your health and temperance.

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