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Aide to the Grand Marshal - NYC St. Patrick's Parade


Orange County AOH
is pleased to announce that


Keith P Reynolds

will represent Orange County AOH as
2018 Aide to the Grand Marshal
St. Patrick's Day Parade



Keith P. Reynolds of Middletown, N.Y. was born in the Bronx and raised in Congers, New York. Keith is the eldest of two brothers born to Kevin and Holly Reynolds. He is married to Janice (nee Boyle) Reynolds and has 3 children Jessica, Matthew and Keira. Keith traces his Irish heritage through his grandparents who emigrated from Counties Meath and Cavan. He attended SUNY Rockland and served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves before being hired as a Police Officer with the Greenwood Lake Police Department in 1988. In 1991 Keith graduated the F.B.I. Firearms Instructors School at Camp Smith. He quickly became the department's Senior Firearms and Training Officer. Keith served as the department's Field Intelligence Officer and Dive Team Leader on the department's Dive Rescue Team.

He was promoted to the ranks of Corporal in 2001 and Sergeant in 2005. Keith received numerous commendations and awards throughout his police career, including the Medal of Honor. After retiring from the Greenwood Lake Police

Department in 2012, he joined the Town of Deerpark Police Department and served as the Firearms and Training Officer until 2017. Keith is a proud member and Past President of the AOH Joseph Duelk Jr. Division 1 in Monroe, New York. He is the past New York State AOH Organizer and District 8 Director. He is a member of the Pine Bush Knights of Columbus. Keith also served as a past Director of the Mid-Hudson St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee. He is also a former Bass Drummer with the Orange County AOH Division 1 Pipes and Drums. Keith served his community as 1st Lieutenant with the Pine Island Volunteer Fire Department until 2009. He is also a member of the Police Emerald Society of the Hudson Valley.