Patriot Gaurd Riders Family

  • View author's info Author posted on Mar 04, 2006 at 02:56


    Well, I am going on my first mission as a PGR in Lexington SC for a 2nd Lt. that graduated from the Citidal and died in Iraq. I'll let you guys know how it was when I get back.
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  • View author's info posted on May 19, 2006 at 21:05


    I am also a member og PGR. I am so proud to be a member of this wonderful group. The Colorado group is haveing a campout this June. It is going to be great to meet more of these wonderful men and women.
    God Bless Our Troops.
  • View author's info posted on May 17, 2006 at 04:20


    2kspringerhd write:
    Well, just got back and all I can say is wow!! We all got to the church just before the family arrived and lined the street across from the church all holding American and Marine Corp flags. There were over 60 bikers there that took up the whole side of the street.

    As people started to come in for the service some of the Marines friends came over to us and walked down the line shaking our hands and telling us how glad we were there. Also, some of the Citidal Cadets, Marines in dress blues, and older Legion soldiers came over to tell us how glad they were we were there.
    No protesters showed, or made themselfs known. I must admit I was more honored, and humbled to be there than sadend until after the service. The girlfriend and her mother walked across the street to give us all a hug and to say how proud they were we were there. This was a little hard to take.

    There were bikers from NC, SC, and GA, that rode in the freezing cold all morning to be there for this but not one doctor, lawyer, or BMW in the whole bunch. What an image we must have.

    David

  • View author's info posted on Mar 22, 2006 at 14:56


    Wow 2K...thank you for sharing...What an honor. What you & the others did warms my heart...Hugs...
  • View author's info posted on Mar 22, 2006 at 14:07


    2kspringerhd write:
    Well, just got back and all I can say is wow!! We all got to the church just before the family arrived and lined the street across from the church all holding American and Marine Corp flags. There were over 60 bikers there that took up the whole side of the street.

    As people started to come in for the service some of the Marines friends came over to us and walked down the line shaking our hands and telling us how glad we were there. Also, some of the Citidal Cadets, Marines in dress blues, and older Legion soldiers came over to tell us how glad they were we were there.
    No protesters showed, or made themselfs known. I must admit I was more honored, and humbled to be there than sadend until after the service. The girlfriend and her mother walked across the street to give us all a hug and to say how proud they were we were there. This was a little hard to take.

    There were bikers from NC, SC, and GA, that rode in the freezing cold all morning to be there for this but not one doctor, lawyer, or BMW in the whole bunch. What an image we must have.

    David

    David
    As a former Marine I am honored that you took the time to help one of our fallen Hero's what a great honor you have bestowed on that family in their time of sorrow, thank you for your support... Semper Fi my friend Semper Fi....
  • View author's info posted on Mar 04, 2006 at 13:42


    Well, just got back and all I can say is wow!! We all got to the church just before the family arrived and lined the street across from the church all holding American and Marine Corp flags. There were over 60 bikers there that took up the whole side of the street.

    As people started to come in for the service some of the Marines friends came over to us and walked down the line shaking our hands and telling us how glad we were there. Also, some of the Citidal Cadets, Marines in dress blues, and older Legion soldiers came over to tell us how glad they were we were there.
    No protesters showed, or made themselfs known. I must admit I was more honored, and humbled to be there than sadend until after the service. The girlfriend and her mother walked across the street to give us all a hug and to say how proud they were we were there. This was a little hard to take.

    There were bikers from NC, SC, and GA, that rode in the freezing cold all morning to be there for this but not one doctor, lawyer, or BMW in the whole bunch. What an image we must have.

    David
  • View author's info posted on Mar 04, 2006 at 04:40


    2kspringerhd write:
    Crap, I would have to spell Guard wrong wouln't I

    Shhh, don't tell anybody bro!!!
    Have a good ride
  • View author's info posted on Mar 04, 2006 at 02:58


    Crap, I would have to spell Guard wrong wouln't I
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