17th Annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick's Day Parade

The Throggs Neck Benevolent Association Presents

The 17 th Annual Throggs Neck
St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration

Sunday, March 15, 2015

We are thrilled to introduce the 2015 Grand Marshals and Honored Clergy Member.  The Grand Marshals are Agnes and Patrick Lynch.
The Honored Clergy Member is Monsignor John Graham.

Agnes and Patrick Lynch married in 1959 and raised their family in Throggs Neck.  Among their community and parish involvement are the Legion of Mary, the Holy Name Society, Eucharistic Ministers, Church Campaigns, and many more groups. Patrick has been the President of the St. Frances de Chantal Nocturnal Adoration Society for over 38 years. Agnes has been an ardent supporter of the Gaelic League of the Bronx and serves on the Blood Drive Committee of St. Frances de Chantal.  Monsignor John Graham is the pastor of the St. Raymond Church and was named Vicar of the East Bronx in 2012.  Monsignor Graham has dedicated his life to helping the people of the Bronx.

We also celebrate the lives of the Honorary Grand Marshals.  These individuals represent all facets of our Bronx Community and we are proud to honor their lives at the 17th Annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Laura Casey D'Attore
Mary Finnegan
Theresa Flood
John "Onions" Gregory
John Halpin
Bill Heaney
John "Jack" Hepburn
Thomas Hines
Jerry Macchia
Dan Moloney
Donald McDonnell
Ron McKeegan
Joseph Murray, Sr. 
Edward O'Connor
Michael “Mick” O’Donnell
Maurice "Mickey" Powers
Madeline Provenzano
John Scully
Grace Sullivan
Kitty Tarsnane
Martin Tighe
Bill Twomey
Cornelius Wallace
Eileen Walpole
Robert Zeiss

9:00 a.m.   Mass at St. Benedict’s Church at 2969 Otis Avenue, Bronx, NY.

10:00 a.m.   Complimentary breakfast, donated by Schuyler Hill Funeral Home, will be served in Father Albert Hall, downstairs at St. Benedict’s Church.

11:00 a.m.   Line of March Assembly at the corner of East Tremont and Lafayette Avenues

12 noon   Parade Begins - Reviewing Stand on E. Tremont at Harding Avenue
(Parade Route begins at E. Tremont and Lafayette Avenues and continues down
E. Tremont, Right onto Harding Avenue and concludes at Harding and Brinsmade Avenues)

Celebration   After the Parade, the celebration of Irish Heritage will continue.  Please join your family and friends for fine Irish food, traditional music and of course, fun!

T-shirts are on sale at local establishments on East Tremont Avenue!  
For more information, if your group would like to join the Line of March, please call