February 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm #845January 5, 2013 at 5:10 am #3909
The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family to participate in the funeral services of their loved one. CW4 (Ret) Adrian F. Munoz Sr, 79, U.S. Army / National Guard, served for 39 yrs and is a Korean war veteran. He received numerous awards.
Chief Munoz’s son is a PGR rider from south texas and will ride with us.
Date/Time: Monday, January 7th, 2013 10:00am
Location: St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, 801 N. Burleson St, Kyle Tx 78640
Map link for those who need to go straight to the church.
Directions: We will stage at the Cracker Barrel, 550 Old San Antonio Rd, Buda Tx. South bound IH 35 take exit 220 and make the right turn into the Cabela’s parking area. Take the first right turn in the parking lot going north to Old San Antonia Rd, turn right and Cracker Barrel will be on the left side.
8:20am – 8:40am Staging
8:40am – Mission Briefing
8:50am – KSU to Church
WX: Partly Cloudy, high – 61 Lo – 33 (KVUE WX)
Notes: Once the service is completed, we will join the LEO escorted procession for approx. 80 miles (1.5 hrs, no stops) to Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen, Tx. Arrive at staging with a fully fueled tank, fed and hydrated. Dress for the cold morning.
Ride Captain: Sam Warren 512-217-4191 email@example.com
Flag Wrangler: Bob Binkley
Please make plans to honor this veteran for his sacrifice, long service and dedication to our country.January 6, 2013 at 11:19 pm #3911
Was advised today that there is a good chance that the procession will go north on IH 35 to Buda, then follow SH 130 toll road to Georgetown. As usual, tolls will be assessed to those in the procession.
SamJanuary 7, 2013 at 11:06 pm #3912
Thanks to all the riders that braved the cold this morning to stand tall for Chief Munoz. You have started the year off right by honoring another one of our veterans, and doing it with class. The 1 hr 40 min procession from Kyle to Central Texas State Veteran's Cemetery was very smooth and safe. Our LEO escort was excellent.
We had 16 bikes and a long procession.
The entire family asked that I let you know of their sincere thanks for the honor that you bestowed on their loved one.
I would like to thank Bob Binkley for being our flag wrangler today. Even though he was still not feeling well, he was there with us.
Thanks also to the riders that arrived earlier to accompany the family from the funeral home to the church. And to Mary and David of CenTex PGR for their preparation and handling of the interment at CTSVC.
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