David Huss, US Navy Vietnam veteran, Friday, 25 FEB 2011

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    Final Itinerary

    The family of Mr. David Huss, US Navy and Vietnam veteran, has invited the PGR to participate in his funeral service. Mr. Huss spend eight years in the Navy and was awarded the Bronze Star. He left the service as a Petty Officer.

    Date/Time: Friday, 25 February 2011. Funeral service scheduled for 2 pm.

    Location: Hope Chapel, 6701 Arroyo Seco, Austin, TX 78757
    Directions: The church is located in north central Austin. Map link: tinyurl.com/HopeChapelAustin

    12:45 – 1:15 pm staging
    1:15 pm briefing
    1:25 pm establish flag line

    Wx: Sunny, low 41, high 74 deg. Please remember to bring drinking water.

    Notes: This will be a flag line only, as interment will take place at a later time. Park in the lot on the north side of the church, in the NE corner. Church parking is limited, so please park tightly, leaving as much room as possible for friends and family. There is also some parking available on the residential street (Choquette Dr) immediately north of the parking lot.

    Ride Captain: John (TC) Wiley, johnboy@281.com, 325-423-2220
    Flag Wrangler: TC

    Please make plans to honor this brave veteran’s service to our nation.


    Standing by for more info. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

    Alex Matthews; US Air Force


    Thoughts & Prayers inbound………..


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    This Mission is now complete. Thank you to all our members who made the Mission today for David Huss, be it in person or in Spirit. As those of you there know, the Family was very appreciative of our attendance. Mr. Huss had many friends there as well. The Service started a few minutes late because of the line of people waiting to sign in and get seated.
    We had 15 bikes and 2 cages attending. Thank you again to all of you guys and gals for doing what you do. We all know it's the right thing to do and once again I am so proud to be a part of it. A special Thank You to Juan for Wrangling the Flags today.


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