Jimmy N. Proctor, 72, US Army/Vietnam veteran, Georgetown, TX, 07 OCT 2019

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    Confirmed Mission: The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to participate in the funeral and interment services for Mr. Jimmy N. Proctor. Mr. Proctor entered the Army in 1966, spent 67 – 68 in Vietnam, and left the service in 1969 as a Staff Sergeant.

    His obituary can be found here: https://www.gabrielsfuneral.com/obituary/jimmy-proctor

    Date/Time: Monday, 07 October 2019. Funeral begins at 9 am. Burial to follow at CTSVC in Killeen at 11 am

    Location: Gabriel's Funeral Chapel, 393 N. I-35, Georgetown, TX 78628. We will stage at the funeral home.
    map link: https://goo.gl/maps/n9YSZrFcBb6aV4A3A

    7:50 – 8:20 am – Staging
    8:20 am – Briefing
    8:30 am – Flag line

    Wx: Hi 85 deg, mostly sunny.

    Notes: We will form a flag line at the funeral home prior to the start of the service. After the start of the funeral service we will strike the flag line and stand by to join the law enforcement escorted procession to CTSVC in Killeen for the 11 am interment service. Upon arrival we will fall under the direction of the Centex PGR ride captain.

    Ride Captain: Jim Callison, hotp2t@yahoo.com, (907) 321-3854
    Flag Wrangler: Don Ferguson

    Please attend to honor this soldier's brave service to our nation.


    We finally got a nice break from the Texas heat today during our mission honoring Jimmy N. Proctor, US Army Viet Nam veteran. A total of eight Patriots stood tall in the flag-line for his funeral service in Georgetown and four of us escorted the coach to his final resting place at CTSVC in Killeen where we joined CENTEX PGR to stand another flag-line for that service. Jimmy Nick's family was so appreciative of our presence at both services and quite a number came up to us to tell us so and there were hugs and hand-shakes all around. Thank you all who took time out of your day to honor Jimmy Nick, it's humbling to witness the outpouring of gratitude from what we all do. Don, the special touch you give to each mission by placing out all the extra flags is outstanding, thank you sir! Rest in peace Jimmy Nick and thank you for your service to our nation.

    Jimmy Callison,

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