February 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm #411December 19, 2010 at 7:39 pm #2990
The family of LCDR Reynolds has invited the PGR to participate in his funeral services. LCDR Reynolds served our country in the US Navy and is a WWII and Korean war veteran.
Date/Time: Tuesday, 21 December 2010. Funeral service scheduled for 1:00 pm
Location: All Faiths Funeral Home, 8507 North IH-35, Austin, Texas 78753. We will stage at the funeral home.
Direction: All Faiths is located on the north bound IH-35 frontage road, half-way between Hwy 183 and Rundberg, immediately north of the VFW headquarters. map link: tinyurl.com/AllFaithsFH
11:50 am – 12:20 pm staging
12:20 pm briefing
12:25 pm flag line in place
Wx: Partly sunny, low 52, high 77. Please bring your own drinking water.
Notes: Please park at the north end of the unpaved lot immediately north of the funeral home, along Hermitage Drive. This mission is a flag line only at the funeral home. Mr. Reynolds has been cremated, with interment in New York state at a later date.
Ride Captain: John "TC" Wiley, email@example.com, 325-423-2220
Flag Wrangler: John "TC" Wiley
Please make plans to stand tall and silent in gratitude for Mr. Reynolds's long service to our country.December 19, 2010 at 8:36 pm #2991mototerryModerator
It will be an honor to stand for BJ. He and my Dad were good friends. Over the years they hoisted many a cold Budweiser at Tuff's Tavern in Pflugerville. Here's to them and those like them..Damn few left!December 19, 2010 at 11:37 pm #2992
I think I can get transportation to this one. It would be nice to see at least 20 of us there to honor this 2 time veteran. Being a short one maybe some could use their lunch hour?December 21, 2010 at 10:53 pm #2995
Very good mission for Mr. Reynolds today. 18 bikes, 3 cages plus 2 fine young men. Well done TC. 3 First timers included. Glad to have you with us guys.December 22, 2010 at 1:13 am #2996texas coyoteModerator
The mission for LCDR B. J. Reynolds is now complete. I want thank each and everyone that attended the mission and I hope that all made it back home safely. The last count I had was 17 bikes, 1 trike, 3 cages and 24 souls to stand the Flag Line. As stated above by JBALL, the 24 included 2 fine young men with their own little Flags, and 3 First timers, one of which was also Active Duty. Thank You to everyone who helped make this mission a success, either by your attendance or otherwise.
TCDecember 22, 2010 at 1:30 pm #2997
My first mission. Was proud to stand. Thanks for having me.
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