SGT Nathan Beyers, 24, US Army KIA, memorial service, Georgetown, TX, 26 July 2011

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    SGT Nathan Beyers, US Army KIA, memorial service

    SGT Nathan Beyers was killed in action in Iraq on 7 July 2011. His funeral and interment services took place earlier this week in Spokane, WA, where his wife lives. Friends and family from near and far were in attendance, as was the Patriot Guard.

    SGT Beyer’s mother and other family members live in the Georgetown area and are planning a memorial service there. They have invited the PGR to participate.

    Date/Time: Tuesday, 26 July 2011. Service scheduled for 7 pm.

    Location: Heritage Baptist Church, 1601 FM 971, Georgetown, TX 78626. We will stage at the church.
    Directions: The church is located on the north side of FM971 a couple of blocks west of SH130 (toll road). map link:

    5:45 – 6:15 pm staging
    6:15 pm briefing and flagline

    Wx: Partly Cloudy, hot, high of 101 deg. Take proper precautions.

    Notes: Please arrive fed, fueled, and hydrated. We will send some big flag bikes from the staging to the family home in advance of the service to participate in a planned LEO escorted procession to the church, where our flag line will await. The mission is complete after the start of the service.

    Ride Captain: Steve von Roeder,, home 512-837-3843, cell 512-466-5769

    Flag Wrangler: Lyn von Roeder

    Please join SGT Beyer’s family, friends, and community in recognizing his ultimate sacrifice in the service of our nation.


    Thoughts & Prayers Inbound for SGT Nathan Beyers and Family. Godspeed and God Bless.

    Do my best to be there.


    it is going to be hot, please drink some water. we'll have some ice and cold rags ..

    thanks for what you do!


    Thanks to all of you who attended the memorial service for this young hero. His family was very appreciative.

    we had 23 bikes.

    It is indeed a privelege to be part of such a great group.

    Thank you all!

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