February 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm #450February 28, 2011 at 2:26 pm #3103
The family of Mr. Larry H. Sullivan has invited the PGR to participate in his funeral and interment services. Mr. Sullivan served in the United States Marine Corps from 1961-1965 and left the service as a PFC. He was employed by the TABC as the Chief Enforcement Officer and also served as chief of police for Austin Community College.
Date/Time: Tuesday, 01 March 2011. Funeral service scheduled for 9:30 am.
Location: St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, 1520 N. Railroad Avenue, Pflugerville, TX 78660. We will stage at the church.
Directions: The church is located at the southwest corner of Pflugerville Pkwy and N. Railroad Avenue. Map link: tinyurl.com/StElizabethPflugerville
8:15 – 8:40 am staging
8:40 am briefing and flag line
Wx: Sunny, low 40, high 70 deg. Please remember to bring drinking water.
Notes: Please arrive fueled, fed, and hydrated. Park at the back of the church parking lot, southwest corner of the property.
At the conclusion of the funeral service there will be an LEO escorted procession to CTSVC in Killeen, approx. 50 miles, where we will form a flag line for the interment service, under the direction of the Centex ride captain. The route will be determined by LEO. If the route includes toll roads, each rider will be responsible for the toll charges.
Ride Captain: Russ Miller, Milinscon@suddenlink.net, 512-636-9692
Flag Wrangler: Juan Gonzales
Please make plans to stand tall and silent in honor of Mr. Sullivan’s service to our country.March 2, 2011 at 3:41 pm #3109The GhostModerator
14 bikes and 1 cage at Funeral service, 13 bikes accompanied Mr. Sullivan to Killeen, Met about 10-12 Centex PGR at cemetary. Good, safe turn-out. Thanks to all.
RussMarch 9, 2011 at 11:56 pm #3127
RC Russ Miller received the following note from the Sullivan family:
We, the family of Larry Sullivan, extend our deepest thanks and appreciation for the beautiful tribute to our wonderful husband, dad and PaPa. Larry would have been so proud. He always admired and respected the great service you give to men and women who have served our country. He was a very proud Marine.
We have heard many wonderful comments about the PGR since Larry's funeral. The honor and respect you show makes all of us so very proud. Thank you again for your time. It was an honor to have you with our family in this difficult time.
Janet, Heather and Casey Sullivan
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