Tag Archives: Kathy McGee Burns
Kathy McGee Burns, receiving the Inspirational Irish Women award.

Kathy McGee Burns: Blazing Her Own Parade Route

She had to start from scratch to track down her Irish roots. But once she started, there was no stopping her.

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Sister James Anne, receiving flowers at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in 2008.

A Singular Honor for Sister James Anne Feerick

The Philadelphia Saint Patrick’s Day Observance Association has named her the 2001 Grand Marshal. The association also elected Kathy McGee Burns board president.

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Kathy McGee Burns

Ghost Story 2

S.E. Burns, our resident paranormal investigator, interviews Kathy McGee Burns about her ghostly encounter. Be prepared for some chills.

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“Nothing Stops Me”

Mother, businesswoman, doggedly determined student, cancer survivor and leader of Irish causes throughout Philadelphia. That’s Kathy McGee Burns.

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Three New Honorees for AOH Joseph E. Montgomery Division 65

The Delaware County AOH honored three longtime and tireless workers for Irish causes: Jim Feerick, Mickey Walsh, and Kathy McGee Burns.

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Breandan O Caollai

2009 Hall of Fame Special Award: Breandan O Caollai

Ireland’s deputy consul general has a special place in his heart for Philadelphia–and the feeling is mutual, says Kathy McGee Burns, president of the Hall of Fame.

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Joseph E. Montgomery

2009 Irish Hall of Fame Inductee: Joe Montgomery

Among his many honors, writes Kathy McGee Burns, this 90-year-old longtime AOHer belongs to a division named after him–the only division named for a living member.

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Pat Egan

2009 Irish Hall of Fame Inductee: Pat Egan

Kathy McGee Burns writes about the late Pat Egan, Galway-born, footballer, family man.

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