18th Annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick's Day Parade - Sunday, March 13, 2016

18th Annual
Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Sunday, March 13, 2016


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!
 

If your group would like to march, please email TNBA342@aol.com

We are thrilled to introduce the 2016 Grand Marshals and Honored Clergy Member.  The Grand Marshals are Noreen and David Kilkenny and the Honored Clergy Member is Reverend Christopher J. Devron, S.J.


Noreen and David Kilkenny are committed to their family, faith, community, and Irish heritage. They are active members of St. Theresa’s Parish and the Chippewa Democratic Club, and for the past 18 years, David has been coaching for the St. Raymond’s Gaelic Football Club where his efforts have served to promote Irish culture.  He is also a member of the County Sligo Association, the Brehon Law Society, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Noreen has served the community for the past 11 years at Bronx Community Board #10. Fr. Devron has a proven educational background of stellar academic excellence. He began his career in education as a volunteer teacher at Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx and he is currently the President of Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx. Fr. Devron is focused on enriching the lives of his students and he has dedicated himself to making quality, affordable secondary education accessible to students of modest means.

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 them posthumously at the 18th Annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Margaret Babcock
Carol Boyle
Monica Burns
John Byrne
Charlie Capezuti

Robert Connolly
Dan Cotter
Ann Devany
Elizabeth Kelleher
Thomas Laughlin
 Michael (“Mickey”) Martz
John Mullins
Joseph Murphy
Teresa O'Hara
 Daniel O'Shea
 George Peragine
 Benny Randazzo
 Anthony Riccardella
 Mildred (“Millie”) Scott
 Ethel Tarpey
 Alice Tell
 Our 2016 Grand Marshals, Honored Clergy Member and Honorary Grand Marshals represent community service, spiritual dedication and Bronx Irish pride, and we are very proud to have them lead the 2016 Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Day Parade!