See the 2020 Bristol Fourth of July Parade 'Order of Procession'

Posted 7/2/20

Beginning at 8:30 a.m. on July 4, the traditional (but totally different this year) Bristol Fourth of July Parade will step off — scratch that — it willl roll out from the corner of Hope …

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See the 2020 Bristol Fourth of July Parade 'Order of Procession'


Beginning at 8:30 a.m. on July 4, the traditional (but totally different this year) Bristol Fourth of July Parade will step off — scratch that — it willl roll out from the corner of Hope and Chestnut streets and head south. The processions of cars and trucks will proceed along the full route from Hope to High street, ending at the Bristol Town Common.

Following is the official "Order of Procession" expected that morning.


Police Cruisers

Bristol Police Color Guard

Kevin Lynch, Chief - Bristol Police Department

Bristol Fire Department Color Guard

Michael A. DeMello, Chief - Bristol Fire Department

Fire Chief Command Vehicle

Bristol Fourth of July 235th Celebration (GATOR)


Michael Reilly, Town Crier

1987 American General Humvee Owner and Driver - Brian Francis


2020 Chief Marshal Suzanne Magaziner, Ira Magaziner

2004 BMW 325ci Owner and Driver - Natalia Brum


Seth Magaziner, Julia McDowell, Sarah Magaziner, M.D.

1968 Blue Turquoise Dodge Polara Convertible


Jonathan and Jennifer Doorly Magaziner, Ronan and Kieran Magaziner

Black Jeep - Owner - Michael Hoffman Driver - Jonathan Magaziner


Linda Bushee, Chief of Staff; John R. Bushee, Military Aide

Volkswagen Bettle Conv. Owner-Maria Cloutier | Driver- Ana Motta


Captain Anne Lero; Major Margaret Larson

Hummer - Owner Andy Tyska, Driver Alan Palumbo


Daniel Clark - The Singing Trooper

Black Dodge Truck Pulling a flat bed trailer - Owner and Driver - Matt Cabral


Fourth of July Characters

Vehicle, Driver Kym Januario


Michele Martins, Chairman

2008 Volkswagen Beetle - Owner and Driver Lucy Floor


Dudley Hallagan, Treasurer

Porsche Boxster Owner and Driver Ed Boardman


Deb Rainey, Recording Secretary; Maria Cesario, Corresponding Secretary

Jeep Owner and Driver Maria Cesario


Capt. Mark Turner USN (ret.), 2020 Patriotic Speaker

Chrysler Sebring Owner and Driver Julie Anania


Fourth of July Characters

Mustang Convertible owner and Driver Laura Borge


Keri Davock, Hattie Brown Recipient

2020 Jeep Wrangle Unlimited - Driver


Steven Contente, Town Administrator

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Owner and Driver Glen Hogan


Louis P. Cirillo, Town Clerk & Chief Marshal 2013; Susan E. Cirillo

2010 Mustang Convertible - Owner and Driver Claire Chisholm


Mystic Highland Pipe Band

Flat Bed


Nathan T. Calouro, Town Council Chairman; Mary A. Parella, Town Council Member & Chief Marshal 1995; Aaron Ley, Town Council Member

2020 Jeep Gladiator - Owner and Driver Deb Cordeiro


Timothy E. Sweeney, Town Council Vice Chairman

Mini Convertible… Driver - Erich Haslehurst


Antonio Teixeira, Town Council Member & Chief Marshal 2012

2020 Jeep Gladiator - Owner and Driver Bill Estrella


Walter S. Felag Jr., Senator District 10

2013 Jeep Wrangler Owner and Drive Lindsay Ayers


James A. Seveney, Senator District 11

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited - Owner and Driver: Analee Berretto


Cynthia A. Coyne, Senator District 32

2001 BMW Z3 Owner and Driver Maria Ferreira


June Speakman, Representative District 68

1997 Ford Mustang Convertible - Owner and Driver Dave Therrien


Susan R. Donovan, Representative District 69

Red Mustang Convertible - Mike Cabral


The Honorable John F. Reed, U.S. Senator; The Honorable Sheldon Whitehouse, U.S. Senator

National Guard HUMVEE


The Honorable David Cicilline, U.S. Congressman

1968 Chrysler Newport Convertible Owner and Driver Reggie Berrington


Jillian Fitting, Miss Fourth of July 2019



Mekayla Neves, Little Miss Fourth of July 2019

Mini Cooper Convertible - Driver Matt Neves


Marissa Cabral, 2020 Button Contest K-5 Winner

2013 Ford Fusion Driver Keith Cabral


Luke Daniel, 2020 Button Contest 6-8 and Overall Winner

1988 Mercedes SL560 Convertible - Driver Eric Daniel


Rev. Stephen Battey, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church; Rev. Henry Zinno Jr, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church

Toyota Avalon Owner and Driver Fr. Henry Zinno


Rev. Burton Bagby-Grose, First Congregational Church

2018 Audi A5 Cabriolet - Driver Ron Bagby-Grose


Dr. Joel Gluck, United Brothers Synagogue

2019 Chevy Equinox Owner and Driver Dr. Joel Gluck


Rev. Marinaldo Batista, St. Elizabeth’s Church

2002 Lexus SC430 - Owner and Driver "Herbie" Moitoso 1999 Chief Marshal


Pastor Jake Mcguire, First Baptist Church

2006 Porsche 911 - Driver Deacon Dylan Comerford


First Congregational Church Scholarship Winner


Andre Arsenault - Music

Toyota Pickup - Trailer Owner and Driver Jeff MacDonough



BMC Michael Maiocco, USCG

U.S. Coast Guard Truck with 26' boat

5 Ton truck w/Bristol Battery C Members pulling Howitzer



Bristol Train of Artillery, R.I.M. 1776

Colonel Raymond B. Murray

Bristol Train of Artillery, R.I.M. 1776, 18 Wheeler

Bristol County Fifes & Drums, Bristol, RI

Bristol County Fifes & Drums Support Vehicle



Korean War Veterans

Thomas Daly - Battle of Chosin Reservoir

2020 Chevrolet Camaro Conv. - Donated by Paul Masse, Driver: Dave Wellington Jr.


VFW Post 4487

2012 Chevrolet Malibu - Owner and Driver James Jacks


Arthur Medeiros

Ford Mustang - Owner and Driver Rick Rodderick



No Name Band - Joe Souto and Friends

Truck with Trailer

Mt. Hope Robotics

Movie Cars



Bristol Fourth of July Committee

Hay Wagon


Mr. Potato Head

MD Tire Vehicle - Owner and Driver Steve Martins

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