LCDR (Ret) BJ Reynolds, 83, US Navy WWII/Korea veteran, Austin, TX, 21 DEC 2010

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    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:

    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,, 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.


    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!


    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?


    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.

    texas coyote

    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.


    My first mission. Was proud to stand. Thanks for having me.


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