Big Jim Corcoran lead the FDNY up the green line 33 times bringing smiles to millions. His family watched on every year with their hearts bursting with pride! Though there may not be any parades in NYC today, there is no doubt Big Jim is leading the grandest of parades with all of his family,
band members & friends
that surround him in heaven today!
May God bless everyone, we will March again!!
Happy St. Patrick’s day!!
Big Jim Corcoran lead New York’s Bravest up the green line bringing smiles to millions over the years! Though we may not be marching this year, there’s no doubt he along with his family,
band members & friends that have all passed
are having the grandest of parades bringing smiles to all in heaven!
Happy St. Patrick’s day!
Happy St Paddy’s in heaven to our patriarch, Andrew ‘Joe’ Cryan. He was a proud Irishman, missed by many, who loved to share his pride with his family at the parade every year. Whether at the Bank of Ireland, the steps of the Cathedral, or from his recliner, he always marked the day with his wife Geri, family, friends and occasionally a drink 😉
Title: Thank You to all the TELEPHONE and COMMUNICATION WORKERS
Thank You to all the
TELEPHONE and COMMUNICATION WORKERS
who have kept us connected in this time of COVID.
You have made it possible for everyone to
stay in touch, keep their businesses going,
allowed us to attend church services, attend school,
and most importantly
- kept us in contact with our loved ones.
You kept us connected online, on the telephone, on the computer etc.
You have truly played an essential part
in this pandemic and for that
We Thank you all...
Your Sister Hibernians from Across the country say
to our Sister Hibernians in New York
for being such gracious hosts
and inviting us to march with you in the
2019 NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade
Honoring the 125th Anniversary of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians.
You are an essential part of our Order.
In the past year of COVID we say,
Thank You to all essential workers.
We remember all our deceased members.
Title: Happy St. Patrick's Day from Providence College!
Each year, it is an honor for the Providence College Club of New York to march in the New York City Parade. We are grateful to participate virtually and look forward to future parades! We dedicate the 2021 Virtual St. Patrick's Day Parade to
Sgt. Major Gary P. Fortunato ’00SCE
who led us up 5th Avenue each year and who died unexpectedly on April 3, 2020.
Title: Brooklyn St. Patrick's Parade Remembers Our Members
Brooklyn St. Patrick's Parade Remembers
our members and friends,
As our Friends go off to Tir N’ anOg.
Tir N’anOg is the place of the Blessed.
There is no pain. There is no sorrow.
There is only great joy.
Weep but briefly for our loved ones,
for by now they have obtained a pleasure
that is unattainable on this Earthly Realm.
For by now our Friends,
Patrick, Mary, Joe, and Hugh
have seen the face of God.
They are at peace...
LAOH Division Six from Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
We Remember Our Absent Friends.
Kathleen Mitchell Kelly
This year they are marching in Heaven’s Parade with St. Patrick !
Till we meet Again.
May God Hold You in the Palm of His Hand.
Title: Thank you from "NY Mary From Dungloe, Inc."
Remembering our heroes and their families across the globe for their outstanding contributions during the pandemic.
Thank you to Nurse and Former "New York Mary, " Aimée Sarah Coyle Dowd, R.N.
and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner,
Mary Cassidy Kennedy, APN. PNP.
Let us also thank
Tommy Smyth and Treasa Goodwin-Smyth
and the NBC team for their wonderful contributions each St. Patrick's Day.
Lastly, thank you to
The NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee.
Lots of love to our current and longest-reigning
"New York and International Mary From Dungloe,"
Who, like so many Irish before her, helped build America!
Happy St. Patrick's Day from the "New York Mary from Dungloe" Committee
Title: Congratulations 2021 Grand Marshal and Essential Workers
Thank you to our Grand Marshal,
for keeping our buildings and facilities operating.
Thank you to all our other essential workers.
We could not have made it without all of you.
We are eternally grateful.
We remember Lieutenant, Myles Scully,
Yonkers Police Dept.
for which our division is named and salute with sincere gratitude,
all the first responders who go above and beyond to keep us safe and secure.
"Of all the comrades that e'er I had
They're sorry for my going away
And all the sweethearts that e'er I had
They'd wish me one more day to stay
But since it fell into my lot
That I should rise and you should not
I'll gently rise and softly call
Good night and joy be to you all"
With love from,
Mary Ann, Jennifer, Brian, Fiona and Éireann
Letitia Coxen-Novak was the most devoted loving mother and nana. She was beautiful on the inside and out. She was fun, funny, she had a marvelous sense of humor but terrible at telling a joke, she was generous to a fault, she was kind and gracious beyond measure, she was thoughtful and loving. She loved deeply and made each of us feel beautiful, important and special. She had a marvelous way of developing a unique and special relationship with each of us. "You are my favorite," she would tell each of us and we knew each of us was.
Mom/Nana you are missed deeply, not a day goes by that we don't see a part of you in your grandchildren and great grandchildren their smiles, their giggles, the way they waves, their scrunched noses
and of course, their marvelous senses of humor.
Mom you were and will always be my best friend. You are the best angel a daughter could ever have but never want.
I aspire every day to be more like you.
"I love you Junie Moon"
Love, hugs, kisses and snuggles
Our tribute is in memory of Myles Spellman, also known by his grandchildren as Grandpa Myles. Grandpa Myles was very proud of his Irish heritage and he was also very proud of how his grandchildren embraced their Irish heritage! He loved that they took Irish dance lessons, were involved with New York Rose of Tralee, and took tin whistle and Bodhran drum lessons. We miss you and love you Grandpa Myles!