Austin – Nick Voudouris 92, US Army Air Corp WWII Veteran

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    The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family to participate in the funeral services of their loved one. Nick Voudouris Jr, 92, is a WWII veteran who served with the Army Air Corp from 1942 to 1946. He was assigned as the Motor Pool NCOIC, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant while in the Asiatic Pacific Campaign.

    Date/Time: Friday, January 11th, 2013 10:00am

    Location: St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, 11819 IH 35 South, Austin Tx

    Directions: We will stage at the church. Map link with directions here:
    Go south on IH 35 from Ben White, then follow directions on this link.

    08:45am – 9:10am Staging
    9:10am – Mission/Safety Briefing
    9:30am – Flag Line

    WX: Partly Cloudy, high – 73 Lo – 47 (KVUE WX)

    Notes: Once the service is completed, we will join the LEO escorted procession for the ride to the Live Oak Cemetery. Arrive fueled, fed, and hydrated. Bring a bottle of water for yourself and one for a friend. Map link for cemetery here:

    Ride Captain: Keith Longacre 512-751-8955

    Flag Wrangler: John Wiley

    Please make plans to honor this WWII veteran for his service and sacrifice for our country.


    After Thur AM mission, I went to the church for Friday's mission. If coming from the North, go to the 45 turn around & head back North. The driveway entranace is emmediately after the 35 on ramp. Drive to the West lower parking lot & start parking at the 1st spot nearest 35.
    Route to the cemetary is expected to be ( L on Onion Creek Pwk, drive to dead end & turn R, over to FM. We will turn L to SA Rd. (1 block), Turn L on SA rd. to Right on Twin Creek. Cemetary in 1/4 mile down on the R. It's only about 3 miles total.

    If we are done in time, those that want, can ride to GT for that mission. Based on today's mission, I feel we will have time.


    Thanks to the 12 patriots that came to show honor & respect for Mr. Voudounis. The family was most appreciative. And a special thanks for TC coming such a long way to be our Flag Wrangler.
    Those of you that made made the 2nd mission in GT.- Thank You! It was a good day to ride, eat w friends, & stand tall & silent for another of the generation that saved America & the world.

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