Terry O'Neill, an Albany, New York-based lobbyist, consultant and freelance writer, is the son of a Connecticut State Trooper, the grandnephew of six members of the Bridgeport, Connecticut Police Department and the great grandson of a member of the Royal Irish Constabulary, William Stephens of Stradbally, County Waterford.
Mr. O'Neill studied Western Civilization at Providence College, took a degree in English Literature at the University of Connecticut and read Law at Albany Law School.
Mr. O'Neill is a U.S. Navy veteran as was his late father.
Mr. O'Neill is the founder and president of Constantine's Circus, Inc, a not-for-profit corporation inspired by the accomplishments of Thomas A. Constantine and the New York State Troopers and dedicated to combating drug abuse, violence and intolerance.
Mr. O'Neill is also a prolific composer of music for the highland bagpipe. Many of his tunes are named for past and present police officials. Yes, he wrote a proud and stirring march called "Thomas A. Constantine." The tune has been made part of the repertoire of the world famous City Hall carillon by order of the Hon. Gerald Jennings, Mayor of the City of Albany, New York where Mr. Constantine is today a Professor at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.
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