This year’s primary financial sponsors are:
Disabled American Veterans Bluebonnet Chapter 20
Dale Clark, Tarrant County Constable
Additional sponsors still needed for the 2018 parade
2018 Volunteers and Support (still adding folks)
(Listed in alphabetical order)
Cynthia Alexander, City of Fort Worth Outdoor Events
Terry Alger, Parade Coordinator
Maj, Candice ALLen, Chief, Public Affairs, 301st Fighter Wing
Sgt. E.J. Bach, fort Worth Police Department Special Events Emergency Response
Matt Beard, Downtown Fort Worth Inc (DFWI)
Kathy Bigley, VIP registrar, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 379
Terry Bigley, Council Sec/Treas, American Legion Post 467
Col Russell E Bracey, Chaplain, American Legion Post 569
Officer Ronny Carey, Fort Worth Police Department Special Events Emergency Response
Dale Clark, Constable, Precinct 1, American Legion Post 379
Ken Cox, Web Site & Logistics, American Legion Post 516
LTC Richard Crossley, Jr., Fort Worth JROTC Director
Kevin Curry, Tarrant County College
Sgt. Kevin Diehl, Southlake PD Honor Guard
Sgt. Bill Fischer, PAV Honor Guard Bugler, Marine Corps League 731
Beau Fultz, Photographer
Donna Fultz, VIP registrar
Fred Garcia, Band Coordinator, Fort Worth ISD (retired)
LTC Michael Keris, Fort Worth JROTC Coordinator
Karin Krause, Public Affairs Officer, NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas
Chief Eric Madrid, Military Liaison, Naval Air Station Fort Worth JRB
Matt Mancino, TRVA On-Site Venue Manager
Mason Palmer, Sound Man
Roland Paquette, Ceremony coordinator and announcer, DAV Blue Bonnet Chapter
Allan Peterson, Chisholm Trail Jeep Club
James Pickett, Grand Marshal Vehicle Owner and Operator
Keith Pugh, Cowtown Amateur Radio Club
Bill Putman, Muster Coordinator, Sons of the American Legion Squadron 516
Susan “Sam” Seelbach, Social Media
PO Jeremy Shelton, Military Liaison, Naval Air Station Fort Worth JRB
Mary White, Sundance Square Plaza Coordinator
Bruce Zielsdorf, Public Affairs, American Legion Post 626
Dan Zmroczek, Director, American Legion 40 and 8
Ruth Zmroczek, VIP registrar, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 379
Volunteers from Naval Air Station JRB Fort Worth
Volunteer Ham Radio operators
2017 Parade Advocates and Partners
Special thanks to these individuals, organizations and companies that make the parade a success.
(In alphabetical order)
Benbrook American Legion Post 297
City of Fort Worth
Disabled American Veterans Bluebonnet Chapter
Downtown Fort Worth, Inc.
Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, Fort Worth
Fort Worth ISD
Krispy Kreme Donuts
Naval Air Station Fort Worth JRB
Panther Island Pavilion
Pressman Printing, Inc. Fort Worth
Southlake PD Honor Guard
Tarrant County College
Tarrant County Ham Radio Operators
Tarrant County, Texas
Tarrant County Veterans Council Members
Tarrant Regional Water District (Panther Island Pavilion)
Trinity River Vision Authority
VFW Post 8235
25 Series Multi Media Solutions
All of the great businesses along the route that welcome and support the parade.
Without this support this community event honoring our veterans would not be possible.
2017 Pictures Provided By
(In alphabetical order)
Susan “Sam” Seelbach
Pictures also provided by folks from:
American Legion Post and Auxiliary Unit 626
American Legion Post and Auxiliary Unit 655
American Legion Post and Auxiliary Unit 838
The Council is a non-profit, volunteer organization. There are no monetary benefits, however, you will have lots of fun, meet new people, make new friends, have access to an expanded community network, talent recognition and gain enlivened community spirit!
Financial Supporters, Thank you
All of the Council Officers, Directors and Volunteers
A benefit of being a volunteer with us is that you get to pay all your own expenses.
Additional support has been provided by:
Kathy and Terry Bigley
Janice and Ken Cox
Cindy and Bill Putman
Ruth and Dan Zmroczek
Become a Sponsor or Partner
If you, your organization or your business would like to contribute please check our “RECOGNITION” benefits.
There is still time to sponsor the Veterans Day Parade!
As always all administrative work is done by unpaid volunteers, however cash donations are needed to pay for required insurance, safety equipment, parade fees and misc. items.
100% of parade donations are used directly for parade support.
Established in 1958, the TCVC is a non governmental entity controlled entirely by representatives from our member organizations. The TCVC is a 501 (c) (3) corporation and your contribution is fully tax deductible. You are encouraged to read our Constitution and Bylaws.