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Alva Gibson

Honor Mission
Alva Gibson, Veteran
Woodstock, Georgia – 06-18-19

Another of our Greatest Generation has been lost. Alva “June” Gibson answered the call to serve his country in WWII. Alva Gibson served in the Merchant Marines (USCG) seeing duty in the Atlantic, Pacific, and the Mediterranean. After his service, he found employment as a welder with Lockheed Martin in Marietta, GA., where he retired.

Staging Time: 11:00 am

Bascomb United Methodist Church
2295 Bascomb Carmel Road
Woodstock, Georgia 30189
Map [1]

Ride Captain:

Byron “Gimpy” Hall
(770) 883-8175

Special Instructions:

Stage in the far southwest corner of the church parking lot. After briefing we will establish the flag line. We will stand the flag line 11:30 am until start of service at 1 pm. We will then get lined up for the escort to Rolling Hills Cemetery. KSU scheduled for 2 pm. We will stand a graveside flag line during his committal service and as military honors are rendered.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Byron L Hall
Position: Georgia Ride Captain

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2 Comments To "Alva Gibson"

#1 Comment By mcpojjb On June 14, 2019 @ 11:01 pm

My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of Alva Gibson. Rest in Peace, Hero.

JJ Bishop, PGR
SGT (Ret.), Henrico County Police, Virginia
Hudson, FL

#2 Comment By speedyo On June 20, 2019 @ 9:55 am

My wife and I offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Alva Gibson. Thank you for your service and may you rest in peace, your duty here on earth is done.

Lamar “SpeedyO” Owen, USA, Vietnam 1967-1968
Riding in Memory of My Brother
James W. Owen USAAC WWII