Terence Clyde Farrell
Terence Clyde Farrell is one of four children born to Richard and Michele Farrell. Terence grew up in Jamaica, Queens before the family moved to Old Westbury, Long Island when Terence was 8 years old. He graduated from La Salle Military Academy in 1986 and then decided to pursue his career and join the family business at New York Plumbing. Terence spent his summers working in the stockroom and found a passion to become a plumber. He then worked as an apprentice for two years and became a journeymen. After a few years Terence moved up again as the Operations Manager, which ultimately landed him as Vice President of Sales. While working at New York Plumbing he became involved in many charities. He is currently on the board of the Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital Annual Big Smoke and donates whenever he can to the Armed Forces. He is known to buy dinner and drinks for all that he sees in uniform.
Terence has moved on from New York Plumbing and is now Vice President of LVI Energy specializing in “Green” building upgrades. He would like to thank the Queens County St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Cultural Committee for this great honor and gives a special thanks to his friends and family for their support now and always. He wishes everyone a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!