SSG Lee M. Wolf, 39, active duty Army National Guard, Pflugerville, TX, 19 NOV 2018

Austin Patriot Guard Riders Forums Completed Missions SSG Lee M. Wolf, 39, active duty Army National Guard, Pflugerville, TX, 19 NOV 2018

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    Confirmed Mission: The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to participate in the funeral and interment services for SSG Lee Marshall Wolf. SSG Wolf served for 10 years with the Army National Guard based out of Taylor, TX.

    Additional information about his life can be found here:

    Date/Time: Monday, 19 November 2018. Funeral service scheduled at 10 am.

    Location: Beck Funeral Home, 4765 Priem Lane, Pflugerville, Texas 78660. We will stage at the funeral home.
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    9:00 am – 9:20 am – Staging
    9:20 am – Briefing
    9:25 am – Flag line

    Wx: Hi 55 deg, 50% chance of morning showers.

    Notes: Bring a bottle of water for yourself and one for a friend. We will form a flag line at the funeral home prior to the start of the service. Once the service begins we will strike the flag line and stand by to join the law enforcement escorted procession to the Siloah Cemetery in McDade. This is an approximately 1 hr ride with no stops and may include toll roads. All tolls are the responsibility of the individual rider. Upon arrival at the cemetery we will form a second flag line for the interment service.

    Ride Captain: Keith Brown,, (512) 422-6310
    Flag Wrangler: Terry Ayers

    Please attend to honor the service of this soldier and support his family in their time of loss.


    The weather this morning was in the mid 40s. and the 10 PGR members that showed up to Honor SSG Lee Wolf either drove thru or just behind some rain. 8 of us joined the procession to the family cemetery in McDade. Once at the grave site a member of the Honor Guard asked if we could help by holding the 6 flags that were going to be presented to the family. Terry Ayers and myself were honored to help with the request. As an Army veteran it was a double honor for me. Thanks to my fellow PGR members for letting me have that privilege.

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