Bill Klepac, 80, US Army veteran, Corn Hill, TX, 15 July 2010

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    Final Itinerary

    The family of Mr. Bill "Willy" Klepac has invited the PGR to participate in his funeral services. Mr. Klepac served his country in Korea from 1951 to 1953.

    Date/Time: Thursday, 15 July 2010. Services are scheduled for 10:00 am

    Location: Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Corn Hill, TX. Corn Hill is near Jarrell, TX. Map link for the church:

    Austin Staging Location: McDonalds, NE corner of IH 35 and FM3406 in Round Rock. This is the one at exit 254. map link:

    8:00 – 8:25 am staging
    8:30 am KSU for the 20 mile ride up to the church.
    Flag line established upon arrival

    Wx: Partly sunny, highs mid-90's. Don't forget to bring plenty of drinking water. Sunscreen recommended.

    Notes: Please arrive fueled, fed, and hydrated. Be aware that family and friends will be arriving to the church at the same time for a 9:00 am visitation. We will re-form the flag line for the interment service following the funeral at the adjacent church cemetery.

    Ride Captain: Keith Longacre, 512-751-8955,
    Flag Wrangler: Dale Hahn

    Please make plans to stand tall and silent in honor of Mr. Klepac's brave service to our country so many years ago.


    If U R coming from the North, take exit 271 (by Shell), TL, x I-35, road becomes CR 311, take to end, TR FM 1105, Church on L.

    The Walburg resturant opens at 11:30 for those wanting to stop afterwords & eat. Those going South can take FM 1105 through the country. Nice ride.

    Those coming from the South & going directly to the church, take exit 268, (FM 972) towards Walburg, TL FM1105, after curves, church on R.


    What a great day for a ride in the country to honor Mr. Klepac & his family. 20 plus bikes & cages showed up to hold Ol Glory. The family & friends made numerous comments of appreciation as well as commenting on the visual of seeing all those flags. So again, U made a difference. Thank you for Standing with respect for those who stood for us.

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