A list of Grand Marshals of Utah’s Gay Pride Parade for the past 15 years
Chasity Bono, the child of iconic duo Sonny and Cher. The first Grand Marshal of Utah’s Pride Parade. Is now known as Chaz Bono.
Candace Gingrich, the lesbian sister of U.S. Congressman Newt Gingrich.
Debra Burrington and Charlene Orchard, founders of the Utah Chapter of the Human Rights Campaign.
Gay actor Dan Butler, “Bulldog” from the Emmy-winning television series Frasier, was official Grand Marshal while Gary and Millie Watts were our local Grand Marshals.
Utah Representative Jackie Biskupski, Utah’s first elected gay woman to the state Legislature.
Ross C. “Rocky” Anderson, the mayor of Salt Lake City.
Utah Senator Alicia Suazo, wife of Pete Suazo who championed queer-rights legislation, and Steve Kmetko host on E! Network entertainment news.
Kate Kendall, Utah native, executive director of National Center for Lesbian Rights.
Bruce Bastian, WordPerfect co-founder and philanthropist.
Utah Senator Scott D. McCoy, Utah’s first elected gay man to the state Legislature.
J. Boyer Jarvis, Ph.D., 83-year-old human-rights activist and ally to the gay community.
John Amaechi, Utah Jazz player, first NBA player to speak publicly about being gay.
Ralph Becker, mayor of Salt Lake City.
Cleve Jones, founder of the AIDS Quilt.
Sister Dottie S. Dixon, a beloved fictional character portrayed by local actor Charles Lynn Frost.
Actress and activist Roseanne Barr.
Academy Award-winning screenwriter and activist Dustin Lance Black.