February 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm #190June 28, 2009 at 2:40 am #1972
Jessie R Berron, Pvt, U.S. Army and WWII veteran, passed away on June 25th, 2009. His family has requested the PGR to attend his service to honor him for his contributions to our country.
The service will be held on Monday, June 29th, 2009, 10am at Angel Funeral Home located at 1606 S. 1st St, Austin Tx. Interment will follow immediately afterwards at Assumption Cemetery, 3650 S. IH35, Austin.
Please Monitor this thread and emails for staging and other information necessary to attend the service for this veteran.
Austin Area Lead Ride Captain
Patriot Guard Riders
Riding with RespectJune 28, 2009 at 3:33 pm #1974
I will not be able to stand tall for this Great
American Veteran, please send condolences to the family and stand For me to honor him…June 29, 2009 at 3:21 am #1976
Austin Staging for: Jessie R. Berron, PVT, US Army, WW II Veteran
Jessie R. Berron passed away on June 25th. 2009. Mr. Berron's family has requested the Patriot Guard Riders attend his funeral to honor him for his military service to our country. He served his country with distinction during WWII and was a member of VFW post 8925 in Austin.
Date: Monday, 29 June 2009
Angel Funeral Home
1600 South 1st Street & West Monroe Street, Austin, TX
Directions: Funeral home is located on South 1st Street approx. midway between Riverside and Oltorf. Map link: tinyurl.com/l3vn7y
0845- 0915 hrs: Staging
0915 hrs: Flag line briefing. Form flag line no later than 0930
Service begins at 1000 hrs.
Procession to Assumption Cemetery following the conclusion of the funeral service. Safety briefing for ride to cemetery after the route has been determined.
Weather forecast: 0900 hrs. 85 degrees. 1200 hrs. 96 degrees. Dress accordingly. Sun screen highly recommended. Bring a sufficient amount of drinking water.
Notes: Ride to cemetery approx. 2-3 miles. Come fed, fueled and hydrated. As always, Semper Gumby.
Ride Captain: Terry Ayers email@example.com hm (512) 251-5366 cell (512) 925-6101
Flag Wrangler: Gerry LowreyJune 29, 2009 at 6:03 pm #1978
Many, Many thanks to Gerry for picking up the ball and running with it…June 29, 2009 at 7:50 pm #1979
Frank, you & Gerry know how to make semper gumby look easy.June 29, 2009 at 9:20 pm #1980
Guys – Maybe ya'll know about the ride tickets Disneyland used in the 50s and 60s? Depending upon how much $ you had rides were priced A thru E. E-ticket rides were the primo. Rumor then was 'Pirates of the Caribbean' mite be an E+ ride. Thanx to Frank today was definitely an E-ticket ride. Do it again, anytime:)
GerryJune 30, 2009 at 12:07 am #1981mototerryModerator
Great job today PGR. An extra attaboy to Gerry for stepping up and doing triple (wrangling, ice water & standing tall) duty. Hey, back in this old Pirate's day returning military from Vietnam could purchase for ONE dollar a special booklet that contained admission and ten tickets that could be used on ANY rides. You old dogs remember that? I bought mine and I got three guys in my squadron that were getting discharged upon arrival to CONUS to buy a booklet and sell it to me for the buck. My brother and sister were coming to visit for a week and we were going to DISNEYLAND!!! I was at NAS Miramar/San Diego. The booklet clearly said "Welcome Home to returning Vietnam ServiceMEN (sorry girls). I was a little worried they wouldn't let my "civilians" in with the booklet but they DID!!! Me, Barbara, brother and sister got in Disneyland and rode all the big ticket rides for FOUR bucks!!!! It was fun! We had a Goofy time!
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