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Edward J. Huckemeyer

Deacon Edward J. Huckemeyer, who was ordained on December 5, 1981, and was a former deacon at Most Precious Blood, Astoria, has had credible allegations of sexual abuse made against him. He is no longer in ministry, and his current status regarding these allegations is “in process.”

Get Help from a Clergy Sex Abuse Lawyer in New York

Have you been sexually abused by Huckemeyer or by any other New York clergy member? You may be able to file a sexual abuse claim against your abuser and receive justice and compensation for what happened. Contact Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP to speak to a clergy sexual abuse attorney. To reach our office, call 1-800-VICTIM2 (842-8462). You’ll receive a free evaluation when you contact our firm.

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