Charles Maxey, 70, US Navy (ret), Walburg, TX, 11 MAR 2010

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    Final Itinerary

    Mr. Charles G. Maxey passed away March 5, 2010, and his family has invited the Patriot Guard Riders to participate in his funeral and interment services.
    Mr. Maxey served 20 years in the US Navy, retiring as a Petty Officer First Class, after which he became a Williamson County deputy sheriff.

    Date/Time: Thursday, 11 March 2010. Services scheduled for 2:00 pm

    Location: St. Peter Lutheran Church, FM 972 and FM 1105 in Walburg, TX. We will stage at the church. Interment will follow at the St. Peter Lutheran Cemetery in Walburg.

    Directions: From IH35, take exit 268 for FM 972, Walburg. At the stop sign turn right (east) on FM 972, proceed 3 miles. Church is on the left. Map Link:

    1245 – 1315 hrs staging (12:45 – 1:15 pm)
    1315 hrs briefing
    1325 hrs flag line established

    Weather: Partly cloudy, low 49, high 74 deg F. Please bring your own drinking water. Sun screen advised.

    Notes: Arrive fed, fueled, and hydrated. Parking is limited at the church. At the conclusion of the funeral service we will participate in a short procession (1.5 miles) to the small cemetery, where we will be parking in grass covered black dirt. You may want to consider bringing a side stand pad.

    Ride Captain: Andy Lough, 512-441-9297,
    Flag Wrangler: Mark Wells

    Please make plans to stand tall & silent in honor of Mr. Maxey's long sevice to our country.


    Thursday's mission in Walburg went well. Many thanks to the 24 riders, including one first timer. 2 cages (including our flag Wrangler Mark Wells). APD Motors and Williamson County LEO were, as always, super helpful.

    A big thank you to our brothers and sisters from CenTex that continue to come to AUS designated missions, especially on such short notice.

    The family was very appreciative to the "strangers" that came to honor Mr. Maxey.

    What we're doing for our fallen, the families and the communities in which they live is difficult to put into words. There is nothing but good that comes from what we do. I am proud to be amongst the Patriots that are YOU!


    I just recieved this e-mail from the family of Charles Maxey.
    Just wanted to share with all of you, again Thanks for all you do…

    Subject: Appreciation

    Family of Charles Maxey would like to thank the Patriot Guard Riders for their precence at the funeral service. Charles was very patriotic and proud of the time he served his Country. Your organization emphazises the brotherhood that is held in the armed services.

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