NYC Honorary Street Names

"E" Honorary Streets: Queens

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E.M.T. David Marc Sullins Place (Queens)
Present name:66th Place
Location:Between Myrtle Avenue and Central Avenue
Honoree: E. M. T. David Marc Sullins (b. 1971) was an ambulance paramedic based at Cabrini Medical Center. He was killed during the rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/ 28
E.S.U. Police Officer Santos "Papo" Valentin, Jr. Way (Queens)
Present name:118th Street
Location:Between 89th Avenue and 91st Avenue
Honoree: Police Officer Santos Valentin, Jr. (b. 1961) was killed on September 11, 2001 during rescue operations following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
LL:2004/08
Easter Rising Way (Queens)
Present name:Step Street
Location:Between 65th Place and 64th Street
Honoree: This co-naming commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising against Britainís rule over Ireland. On April 24, 1916, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a secret organization of Irish nationalists, launched an armed uprising referred to as the Easter Rebellion. Assisted by militant Irish socialists, the groups rioted and attacked British provincial government headquarters across Dublin and seized the Irish capitalís General Post Office. They proclaimed the independence of Ireland, which had been under the repressive thumb of the United Kingdom for centuries, and by the next morning were in control of much of the city. Later that day, however, British authorities launched a counteroffensive, and by April 29 the uprising had ended. The Easter Rebellion is considered a significant marker on the road to establishing an independent Irish republic. (Crowley)
LL:2017/45
Easter Rising Way (Queens)
Present name:Step Street
Location:Between 65th Place and 64th Street
Honoree: On April 24, 1916, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a secret organization of Irish nationalists, launched an armed uprising against British rule referred to as the Easter Rebellion. Assisted by militant Irish socialists, the groups rioted and attacked British provincial government headquarters across Dublin and seized the Irish capitalís General Post Office. They proclaimed the independence of Ireland, which had been under the repressive thumb of the United Kingdom for centuries, and by the next morning were in control of much of the city. Later that day, however, British authorities launched a counteroffensive, and by April 29 the uprising had ended. The Easter Rebellion is considered a significant marker on the road to establishing an independent Irish republic. (Crowley)
LL:2016/92, 2017/45
Edgar Garzon Corner (Queens)
Present name:None
Location:Southeast corner of 77th Street and 37th Avenue
Honoree: Edgar Garzon was a talented young gay man who had been a member of an organization founded in Jackson Heights called the Colombian Lesbian and Gay Association (COLEGA). Edgar Garzon was killed in a hate attack on August 14, 2001.
LL:2007/28
Edward F. Guida Sr. Way (Queens)
Present name:None
Location:At the northeast corner of 104th Street and 48th Avenue
Honoree: Eddie Guida, who died in 2014, was a City Marshal for 29 years. He was deeply involved in community and charitable work in Queens and beyond. His grandfather, Edward Guida Sr., had opened the Edward F. Guida Funeral Home in 1909, and it is still operated by the Guida family. Eddie Guida was active in the Corona Lions, The Latino Lawyers Association, The Italian Heritage Foundation, The American Diabetes Association, The Golden Age and the local Precinct Council. He assisted with the creation of the Queens chapter at St. Jude?s Children?s Hospital in 1991, which earned him the title of ?Man of the Year.? (Ferreras-Copeland)
LL:L.L. 2016/23
Edward Fowley Way (Queens)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of Woodside Avenue and 58th Street
Honoree: Edward J. Fowley (1926-1999), while serving in the U. S. Army in Korea, founded an orphanage for abandoned children. In Woodside, he was President of The Woodside Senior Assistance Center, raised funds for St. Sebastianís Church and the Woodside Veterans Memorial, and was a board member of the Bulova School for the Handicapped.
LL:2003/34
Edward Joseph Martinez Way (Queens)
Present name:Cornish Avenue
Location:Between Broadway and Poyer Street
Honoree: Edward Joseph Martinez(b. 1941), an employee of Cantor Fitzgerald, was killed in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001
LL:2005/131
Eileen Duggan Square (Queens)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of 60th St and 31st Ave
Honoree: Eileen Duggan was a school crossing guard assigned to Corpus Christi Grammar School. On November 17, 1994, while at her post, she was struck and killed by a sports car. A mother of three children, she was also President of the Corpus Christi School Parent Association. She was 35 years old.
LL:1995/23
Emma Brandt Way (Queens)
Present name:None
Location:At the intersection of 74th Street and 30th Avenue
Honoree: Emma Brandt (1937-2015) was a member of Queens Community Board 3 for over 30 years, and was chair of its Health and Hospital Services Committee. She was a member of the North Queens Homeowners Civic Association from 1961 to 2015 and its president from 1987 to 1989. She was a member of the Jackson Heights Volunteer Ambulance Corps for over 10 years and was named Woman of the Year by former Queens Borough President Helen Marshall. She was also a member of the Elmhurst Hospital Advisory Board; as well as the Jackson Heights Beautification Group; and was a Chaplain in the Queens American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. (Constantinides)
LL:2016/92


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