Atlanta Pride announces 2010 grand marshals The GA Voice Editors September 27, 2010 Uncategorized “Compiling a list of 120 grand marshals was no small task, but we feel like the people selected are a great representation of our city and state. Even though it meant releasing these names later than usual, the end product is worth the wait. What we’ve done is effectively create a march within the parade.” 2010 also marks the first year that straight allies will carry the title “grand marshal” which has traditionally gone to members of the LGBTQ community. Straight allies were previously “honorary marshals.” Legislative 40 Hon. Alex WanRep. Alisha Thomas MorganHon. Brian BatesHon. Cathy WoolardEd StansellGil RobinsonJamie EnsleyJamie RobertsJeff CleghornJerry GonzalezCommissioner Joan GarnerJulianna IllariRep. Karla DrennerKathleen WomackRep. Kathy AsheKen BrittKyle WilliamsHon. Lance RhodesLarry Pellegrini Lawrie DemorestLinda LoweRep. Mary Margaret OliverRep. Mike JacobsMonica HelmsSen. Nan OrrockRep. Pat GardnerRep. Pedro MarinRep. Simone BellTim CairlSen. Vincent FortElizabeth JohnstonHarry KnoxJudy ColbsHon. Kathie deNobrigaRep. Tyrone BrooksHon. Michelle BrucePaul HorningRep. Stephanie BenfieldSusan Saleska Hamilton Posthumous Kay Young Education 40 Maru Gonzalez, M.EdAnneliese A. Singh, PhD, LPCMr. Jesse McNulty, M.EdDr. Corey W. JohnsonJeannie Senter (MS, PT)Dale Merkle (PhD)Dr. Shannon J. MillerJillian FordAustin LaufersweilerIrma Starr Ph.DJonah Berkowitz, Ed.S.Lenore KatzBob HillEmily Graybill, Ed.S.Holiday SimmonsJessica “Jetta” AllenSusana Edith SotoMatt LeBrunAlex OxfordEmily ReedDerrick MartinBilliee Pendleton-ParkerJD WoodwardMichael Brian LawJoel KadishEllen Manuel, M.Ed., NCCTim DeLoach, M.EdBabs Bell Hajdusiewicz, Ms.Ed.Abby DrueKen JacksonHollande LevinsonKrista Hilton, M.EdCat MorillasTerence McPhaul, M.A., N.S.A.C.Shelley RoseGabriel HaggrayJennifer MiracleYancey Gulley Community 40 Atlanta Pride is still in the process of compiling its list of grand marshals representing the “Community” category. Once Atlanta Pride releases the finalized list, we’ll post those on our website. In the meantime, Atlanta Pride has announced the posthumous honorees. Posthumous Honorees: Robert Eads (Southern Comfort/Died after being refused medical treatment because he was trans)Greg Barrett (APC)Billy Jones (1960’s Atlanta Drag Queen)Charlie St. John (Journalist, Organized first Pride March)Lloyd E. Russell (Activist/Community Endowment)Thelma Natalie Troia (Founder, Armorettes)Michael Hardwick (Bowers V. Hardwick) SHARE ON Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website 8 − = seven Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.