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At the triangle of Jerusalem, Bradshaw and Bel Air Roads Kingsville, Maryland

Held Annually for 40 Years






2021 Theme: "From Liberty's View"

2021 Grand Marshal

Bruce McCubbin

Every year, the Parade honors an individual (or occasionally, individuals) who exhibit the grass-roots ideals the parade exemplifies of service to the community, devotion to family, and love of country. A Grand Marshal is nominated by members of the community and is honored on Parade Day by leading the Parade in a convertible and by official recognition from the reviewing stand and in the Parade Book.

This year’s Grand Marshal, Bruce McCubbin, has been a part of the Kingsville Independence Day Parade annually since 1983. He began by providing a PA system for reviewing stand announcements and, over the years, increased his involvement with the Parade to the point that he served on the Committee that plans and runs the Parade and as the Parade’s Master of Ceremonies for over 20 years. Bruce has over 40 years’ experience as a Human Resources professional and manager.  He retired at the end of last the Chief of Administrative Services for the U.S. Copyright Office, and was it’s principal HR official. Earlier, he was a mobile DJ who regularly played private affairs all over the Mid-Atlantic. Bruce and his wife, Pat, were Harford County residents for 37 years before moving to Towson last year.