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Northern California... Northern Nevada... US National... etc.
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Sunday March 29, 2015 at 10:45 am
Sgt Aaron Bouscal, US Army Veteran - LEO / Stockton, CA

The family of US Army Veteran Aaron Bouscal has requested the PGR stand for and escort him from his family home in Stockton, Ca.to Morris Chapel at the University of Pacific, Stockton, Ca.The Patriot Guard Riders are honored to do so.

Aaron served honorably for 4 years in the US Army. His assignments included tours in Germany and Kosovo, Bosnia as a battle tank operator. Aaron was awarded the Good Conduct medal as well as other military awards during his tours of military duty.

Sgt Bouscal joined the Stockton PD in 2005 and transferred to the University of The Pacific, Department of Public Safety in 2006. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2013. He is survived by his wife, Corrina, his Mother, two brothers and many relatives.

The Mission:
PGR will proceed to a private residence in Stockton to set up a flag line as Arron is honorably transferred to the family vehicle. We will escort the family vehicle to the University of the Pacific, Morris Chapel, Stockton Ca, for final honors for Spec Bouscal. Expected time of arrival at University of the Pacific Chapel is 1215 hours. PGR will form a flag line to honor Aaron as he is transferred from the family vehicle to the chapel. Memorial service will begin at 1300 hours. At the conclusion of the services, riders will again form a flag line as Arron is placed into the family vehicle. Riders will be dismissed at the completion of the honorable transfer.

Stage: 1045 hrs. Denny's Restaurant, 642 W. Charter Way, Stockton Ca.
Map: http://mapq.st/1HNNcUT
Brief: 1100 hrs.
KSU: 1115 hrs. En-route from Denny's to the family home.
Arr: 1130 hrs. Family home
KSU: 1145 hrs. From the Family home to University of the Pacific, 620 Chapel Lane, Stockton Ca.
Map: http://mapq.st/1HNOkrB

R/C: John Silva, 209 479-8300
A/RC: Ruben Silva
Safety Officer: TBD

Please go to the following link
https://www.patriotguard.org/showthread.php?401458
for last minute mission updates and to post messages



Sunday March 29, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Guy Charles Outland, Jr., US Army Veteran, Virginia City, NV

Guy Charles Outland, Jr., a US Army veteran and Carson City motorcycle enthusiast, died March 5th at his Dayton home with family by his side. He was eighty.

Outland entered the U.S. Army in 1953; after he ended his service, he opened a motorcycle shop in Modesto and cultivated a love of riding that continued the rest of his life. He also owned Carson Kawasaki-Husqvarna on North Carson Street. Outland moved to Dayton in 1986; he was a passionate Masonic Lodge member in Virginia City where he held the rank of Tyler.

A celebration of life will be held 2:00 PM, Sunday, March 29 at the Masonic Lodge in Virginia City, NV. A viewing will be available from 1:30 to 2:00. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Escurial Lodge #7. The Veterans' Memorial Cemetery's Coalition Honor Guard, Fernley, NV will present military honors at graveside.

Please form a flag or honor guard line at the Virginia City, NV Cemetery gate no later than 3:00 PM on Sunday, March 29. Parking for all bikes will be available in the parking lot near the entrance. If you can make it that would be great so we can honor a fallen American hero and honor our brothers' loss.

***Those leaving the Reno/Sparks area wishing to ride or drive as a group, plan on leaving the Chevron gas station located at the corner of South Virginia Street, Longley and Huffaker Lanes, Reno, NV. Bill Drummond, Northern Nevada Assistant State Captain, will leave the north side of the station at 2:00 PM, Sunday, March 29, 2015.

Smoke, President of the Ghost Soldiers
MC Chapter #2 Dayton, NV
775-443-5274

Standing For Those Who Stood For US
Dean Shuff
Northern Nevada Assistant State Captain
Patriot Guard Riders of Nevada



Wednesday April 1, 2015 at 2:15 pm
Milton I. Atkins, CANG Veteran / Alturas, CA

The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family of fallen U.S. Army National Guard of California, Sp3 Milton Atkins, to stand and honor during his interment services at Alturas Cemetery in Alturas California.

Sp3 Milton Atkins proudly served his country as a Sqd. Ldr. in the 49th Inf. Div. from February 10, 1954 until Honorably Discharged on February 9, 1957. He qualified as Marksman, pistol .45 cal; Sharpshooter carbine 30 cal and MG cal .30 2d cl gnr.

A 4th generation Shasta County native, Spc3 Milton Atkins attended Shasta College where he attained an "AA" degree. He moved to Alturas in 1973 where he was a member of Alturas Rural Fire Dept. for 32 years, a member of Alturas B.P.O.E. 1756, Modoc Tribe Ride and Modoc Sheriff's Posse. Sp3 Milton Atkins worked at and managed several grocery stores in the Shasta County and Alturas areas.

Very well liked & respected in the community and because of his sense of humor, love of life & his family, he will be deeply missed by many. Carry on Sp3 Milton Atkins, your mission here is complete, and a job well done!

The Mission:
Staging: 1015 hrs. at Alturas Cemetery, 900 E. 8th St., Alturas Ca.
GPS: 41.490 - 120.528
Mission Briefing: 1030 hrs.
Flag Line: 1040 hrs. along the entry road
Interment Services:
1100 hrs; PGR members will "Stand The Flag Line" until completion of ceremonies, when we will be dismissed...mission complete.

Skip "Boonierider" Kelly
Ride Captain, Modoc PGR, Alturas, Ca.
skip@norcalpgr.org (530) 260-1739

Please go to the following link
https://www.patriotguard.org/showthread.php?401497
for mission updates and to post messages



Thursday April 2, 2015 at 2:15 pm
Interment - Cpl Gladys French - WWII US Marine Corp Veteran, Susanville, CA

The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family of fallen WWII US Marine Corp Veteran, Cpl Gladys French, to stand and honor during her Interment Service at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA. 96130. Cpl Laurence A. Lowe served her country proudly during WWII. Unfortunately we know very little concerning Gladys French's service to our country during those trying times.

Cpl Gladys French was a proud US Marine Corp Veteran. Because of her love of life, her sense of humor and her love for her family, she will be missed by many.

THE MISSION:
Location: Susanville, CA at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, off of Law Drive, Susanville, CA 96137
GPS: N40 22.490 W120 35.422
Staging: 14:15 hrs At the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA 96130
Mission Briefing: 14:25 hrs
Flag Line: 14:30 hrs Flag line will be conducted at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA 96130
Interment Services:
Interment services are scheduled to begin at approximately 1500hrs, at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, off of Law Drive and Diamond Crest Road, Susanville, CA . NOTE : On some map programs, Diamond Crest Cemetery is listed as Johnstonville Cemetery. We will form a flag line to render honors to the family and friends as they arrive for the Interment service. The total mileage from Susanville south to the Diamond Crest Cemetery is approx 7.5 miles. Upon completion of the funeral service, we will fall out, mission complete.

RC– Rick “Taildragger” Schultz
taildragger@citlink.net
(530) 249-9229



Saturday April 4, 2015 at 10:15 am
Interment Service - Sgt Kenneth L. Erb - WWII US Army Air Corp Veteran, Susanville, CA

The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family of fallen WWII US Army Air Corp Veteran, Sgt Kenneth L. Erb, to stand and honor during his Interment Service at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA. 96130. Sgt Kenneth L. Erb served his country proudly from 23 Mar 1943 to 01 Feb 1946. Sgt Kenneth L. Erb entered the US Army Air Corp and served as a Airplane Propeller Mechanic. Sgt Kenneth L. Erb was a proud US Army Air Corp - WWII Veteran. Because of his love of life, his sense of humor and his love for his family, he will be missed by many.

THE MISSION:
Location: Susanville, CA at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, off of Law Drive, Susanville, CA 96137
GPS: N40 22.490 W120 35.422
Staging: 10:15 hrs At the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA 96130
Mission Briefing: 10:25 hrs
Flag Line: 10:30 hrs Flag line will be conducted at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, Susanville, CA 96130
Interment Services:
Interment services are scheduled to begin at approximately 1100hrs, at the Diamond Crest Cemetery, off of Law Drive and Diamond Crest Road, Susanville, CA . NOTE : On some map programs, Diamond Crest Cemetery is listed as Johnstonville Cemetery. We will form a flag line to render honors to the family and friends as they arrive for the Interment service. The total mileage from Susanville south to the Diamond Crest Cemetery is approx 7.5 miles. Upon completion of the funeral service, we will fall out, mission complete.

RC– Rick “Taildragger” Schultz
taildragger@citlink.net
(530) 249-9229



Monday April 6, 2015 at 9:30 am
Harry Pedersen, US Army, Vietnam / Redding, CA

The family of Harry Pedersen have requested that the Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) and the Shasta Veterans Escort (SVE) escort Mr. Pedersen to the Northern California Veterans Cemetery (NCVC) on April 6, 2015.

Mr. Pedersen served in the U. S. Army from March 1966 to February 1969. Mr Pedersen attained the rank of Sp5 (E5) with duties in Vietnam and Germany. U. S. posts included Fort Ord, CA and Fort Bliss, Texas. Mr. Pedersen was awarded the Good Conduct Medal and the National Defense Medal. He shot Marksman.

THE MISSION:
Stage: 0930 at Blairs 5530 Mountain View Dr. Redding, CA 96003
Briefing: 0945
KSU: 1000
Service: 1100
Ride Captain will carry cremains

Ride Captain:
Robert Prosser
530 472-3350
bvprosser@yahoo.com

Photos Requested
Country & Western music
Hank Williams

Please go to the following link
https://www.patriotguard.org/showthread.php?401317
for last minute mission updates and to post messages



Friday April 10, 2015 at 9:45 am
Aubrey C. Jolly, 94, US Army, WWII / Igo, CA

The family of Private First Class Aubrey C. Jolly, age 94, have requested the Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) and the Shasta Veterans Escort (SVE) escort Mr. Jolly to the Northern California Veterans Cemetery on April 10, 2015.

Mr. Jolly was a World War II Hero and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism in combat in North Africa. Mr. Jolly also served in Italy, England and Europe from 1941 to 1945. Mr. Jolly was 94 at the time of his passing.

Mr. Jolly was a member of the Greatest Generation and will be missed by all who knew him. Thank you sir for your service.

THE MISSION:
Stage: 0945 at the South West parking area of Holiday Market at Placer And Buenaventura.
Briefing: 1000
KSU: 1015
Service: 1100
Chapel/Cremains

Ride Captain
Robert Prosser
530 472-3350
bvprosser@yahoo.com

Please go to the following link
https://www.patriotguard.org/showthread.php?401324
for last minute mission updates and to post messages



Friday April 10, 2015 at 11:00 am
Edward Manning Jr., 65, US Navy, Vietnam / Igo, CA

The family of Boatswain Mate Edward Manning Jr. have requested that the Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) and Shasta Veterans Escort (SVE) escort Mr. Manning to the Northern California Veterans Cemetery (NCVC) in Igo, CA 96047 on April 10, 2015.

Boatswains Mate Manning was awarded the National Defense Medal, Vietnam Service Medal and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign ribbon with Device. Edward Manning served in the U.S. Navy, Honorably, from 1968 to 1971 aboard the USS ASHTABULA. Edward Manning was 65 years of age at his passing. He will be missed by all who knew him. Our condolences go out to the family and friends.

The Mission:
Stage: 1100 at Blair's 5530 Mountain View Dr. Redding, CA 96003
Briefing: 1115
KSU: 1130
Service: 1230

Ride Captain;
Robert Prosser
530-472-3350
bvprosser@yahoo.com

Please go to the following link
https://www.patriotguard.org/showthread.php?401444
for last minute mission updates and to post messages





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