Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all of New York’s Bravest, Finest, Brightest, as well as all the amazing nurses & healthcare workers. Special wishes to the members of the Grace Family.
We love & appreciate all that you do!
HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY
The Grace Family
Special thanks to all frontline workers!
A special thanks to my son SPC Blagg (stationed in Germany.) We love you and miss you buddy!
Thank you, Montauk and all military for your service! You and all frontline workers are heroes!!
Ellen is a Nurse Practitioner with the VA Hospital in New York. During this pandemic, Ellen has reported to work everyday to help the brave men and women who served our country. Recently, Ellen was trained to help administer the COVID 19 vaccine to our nation’s bravest. Ellen does not stop there, when she returns home, she helps elderly family and neighbors to ensure they have what they need during the darkest days of this pandemic.
Ellen is a true hero who wakes up every single day to answer her call to duty.
Thank you, Ellen. Your entire family is very proud!!
Title: 107 Year-Old Nancy Stewart and Granddaughter Louise Coghlan
Thank you to 107 Year-Old "Granny Nancy" Stewart and Louise Coghlan, in Clonard, County Meath,
for all the prayers and words of inspiration every day of the pandemic.
Thank you especially for Nancy's "Letter of Hope," that went viral. You certainly taught us a lot about resilience in tough times.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
God Bless you!
Thank you Fr Brendan, for bringing us so much comfort and support through these difficult times.
Your live-streamed Masses have welcomed people from all over the world
- especially here and in Ireland -
united in prayer!
Your devotion to first responders is so admirable!
May God continue to bless you,
and our wonderful Parish of Saint Barnabas !
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
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!
Dr. John Francis Ferguson III, born of Maureen and the late John Francis II of Staten Island, NY; Is the son of a New York City detective, and carries on the family tradition of helping all. Dr. Ferguson is a gifted critical care pulmonologist, who’s compassion and kindness is unparalleled. Throughout his career Dr. Ferguson has helped thousands of patients, and continue to care for his community during the Covid pandemic. Blessed with the gift of Irish gab, Dr. Ferguson enjoys Conversations with his patients, and offers all a warm Irish welcome to all who visit his office.
Raise a toast in admiration: ☘️
“He’s a man you call when you’re dying, he’s the man you call when in need, he’s the man all are happy; to call a friend indeed.
God bless Dr. Ferguson.”
We want to personally thank all of the first responders and essential workers throughout New York City, the state of NY and across the country. You have carried us through this pandemic and have put your own health at risk so that we could stay safe. We are forever grateful to all of you. We would also like to take a moment to thank our uncle, James Callahan. We love you dearly and are so proud of you. The work that you have done for the Operating Engineers, union workers, and labor as a whole, is remarkable. You are one of the best humans we know and we are so happy that you are being honored by representing this beautiful parade and our family.
Title: In Honor of Michael Finn from The Finn Family
In honor of our great-grandfather, Michael Finn, who left County Wicklow in 1847 for these
United States and thus provided us with both the American dream and Enduring Irish hearts.
HIS legacy lives on.
The Finns of Pennsylvania
Title: In Loving Memory: Moira Ann Reddy Smith, NYPD
In Loving Memory of our hero, Moira Ann Reddy Smith, NYPD, end of tour 9/11/2001. Moira loved the parade, but more so, she loved dearly her city, its people, and mostly her family.
- In Ár Gcroíthe Go Deo -
In our hearts forever.
From your loving cousins.