Ed Weidig, 78, USAF Vietnam Veteran and PGR, Buda, TX, 09 Nov 2015

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    Confirmed Mission: The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to participate in the funeral service for Ed Weidig, 78. Ed is a Vietnam Veteran who served for 20 years in the USAF, retiring in 1974 as a Master Sergeant E7. He was also a PGR rider.

    This is a flag line only at the church.

    Date/Time: Monday, 09 Nov 2015. 2:00 pm

    Location: Buda United Methodist Church. 302 Elm St, Buda, TX 78610

    Directions: We will stage at the church
    Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/tNL2tTEVtF22

    12:45 pm – 1:15 pm Staging
    1:15 pm – Briefing
    1:30 pm – Flag line

    Wx: Lo-56, Hi-70, clear skies.

    Notes: Start hydrating the day before and bring a bottle of water for yourself and one for a friend. Dress for the weather. Suggest sunblock. Once the service begins we will dismantle the flag line and depart quietly. There will be no procession or burial service flag line.

    Ride Captain: Terry Ayers, (512) 925-6101, mototerry@sbcglobal.net

    Flag Wrangler: Terry Ayers

    Please try to attend this mission for a fellow PGR rider to honor Ed's long and dedicated military service to our nation.


    The email notification is still down. If you have email addresses of other Austin Region Riders please let them know about the mission.




    Great turnout to stand for our PGR brother and Air Force Veteran. The flag line was joined by several members of the South Austin Riders Group (SARG) of which Ed was a dedicated member. In all there were 21 flags including the United States Air Force flag. Man-O-man it was beautiful sight seeing that many flags again…


    From the Family of Ed Weidig

    Please accept our heartfelt thanks to you and other members of the Patriot Guard Riders that stood on the flag line for Edward Weidig on November 9th. It was beautiful. As one of you, I know Ed would have been tremendously honored. He was a wonderful father, friend and man, and I know many of you share our loss. God bless you for making his memorial so special.

    Nancy & Ed's Family

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