Austin – David Morgan 84, US Army Medic, Korean War Vet

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    Confirmed Mission:
    The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family to participate in the graveside services of David Morgan 84, U.S. Army medic and korea veteran. David achieved the rank of Corporal.

    Date/Time: Thursday , June 27th 2013  11:30am

    Location: Bagdad Cemetery in Leander, Tx

    Directions: We will stage at the cemetery. Going north bound thru Leander on US 183, Old FM 2243 will intersect on your left on the north side of town. Turn left (west) on Old FM 2243 and just before you reach Bagdad Rd, the cemetery will be on your left. It is at the corner of Bagdad Rd and Old FM 2243.

    11:00am – 11:15am Staging 
    11:15am – Mission/Safety Briefing
    11:20am – Flag line at discretion of Ride Captain

    Wx: Sunny, lo – 76, hi – 102 (KVUE Wx)

    Notes:   Please arrive on time, and hydrate prior to the mission.. Bring a bottle of water for yourself and one for a friend. Dress for the hot weather. Suggest sun block.
    This will be a flag line for graveside only. This Army veteran is the grandfather of one of our members who recently joined us.

    Ride Captain:  Terry Ayers 512-925-6101

    Flag Wrangler:  Frank James

    Please make plans for attending to honor this man who served in Korea for our country.


    The PGR provided a flag line of five to honor Mr. Morgan. Thanks to Scott and Colton for accompanying the hearse flying their big flags from Lampasas to the cemetery. Thanks to Mario and Frank for being at the cemetery with me to display three flags for the arrival of the procession. An extra shout out to Frank for also wrangling the flags and providing water. The family was most appreciative…


    I just wanted to take a minute and say thank you. It meant a lot to my family and especially my Grandmother to have you guys there on a tough day. My grandfather loved his bikes and was proud of his service.

    My Grandmother especially liked the flag bikes escorting us in from Lampasas. Without having Leo all the way in, the bikes kept guard. She said grandpa would have like it and asked that I give her thanks.

    I was proud to do a mission before. Seeing it from this side makes it all the better.

    Thanks again,
    Rick D

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