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Honor Mission
Brian Weigert
Maple Valley, Washington – 11-13-19

We will stand with the family and friends of Operations Specialist – Radar Brian Weigert. Brian was in the Navy for 12 years with time spent in Iraq, he left the service 16 March, 2009. Brian was a very patriotic man and loved riding with his Puget Sound H.O.G. chapter. His H.O.G. family will be escorting his mother and other family to the services. Please let’s stand in support of this family in their time of grief, and show our respect for another of our Nation’s Heroes.

Staging Time: 9:00am

23225 Maple Valley Black Diamond Hwy
Maple Valley, Washington 98038

Ride Captain:

Sabrina “Mother Hen” Brown

Special Instructions:

RCiT – Chuck Holten, 425-681-1837
SV – Ron Jellum, 206-669-8662
Sign in 9:15 am
Mission Briefing 9:30 am
KSU 9:45 am
Flag Line in Place 10:00 am
Service Commences 10:15 am –
It’s an iffy week for weather around the state!
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Sabrina Brown
Position: Washington State Captain

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November 13, 2019
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  1. I am truly sorry for the loss of Brian.
    I am unable to Stand with you on Wednesday, but, it is my honor to be part of the ceremony even from afar.
    I will be sending love and peace and blessings at 10.15 am.
    From my heart to yours.
    Ann Allen

  2. Thank you for honoring my fellow Shipmate.

    I served with Brian onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71). I was his supervisor for a rather lengthy deployment where we didn’t get much time on shore with liberty visits.

    His New York attitude was fantastic! Once you became a friend, and pealed back a little of that onion, you realized the content of the character of Brian was one of loyalty – and he’d fight hard to take care of those who became friends.

    I am deeply saddened to hear of my brother’s passing, but grateful to know that his family was not alone for his service. Thank you to those that supported them.

    John “PapaJohn” Schlesser

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