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C Bernel Weilbrenner

Honor Mission
C. Bernel Weilbrenner, Veteran
Oklahoma City / Elgin, Oklahoma – 11-20-20


The Family of US Army SP5 C. Bernal Weilbrenner has asked the PGR to Stand a Flag Line at his Service on Friday.

Staging Time: 8:45am

St Joseph’s Old Cathedral 307 NW 4 St
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Ride Captain:

Jerry (Boats) Estle

Special Instructions:

ARIC: Mike Sykesmikesyskes9@gmail.com
Accompaniment from St Joseph’s Old Cathedral to Fort Sill National Cemetery with a 2:00pm time slot.
Mandatory Briefing: 900 a.m.
We will stand a respect Line at the Church at 930 a.m.
Weather: Mid 70’s with a 0% chance of rain.
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: Jeff Huff
Position: Oklahoma Ride Captain

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#1 Comment By Anonymous On November 28, 2020 @ 5:07 pm

20 Nov 20 Mission Complete U.S. Army Vet SP5 C. Bernal Weilbrenner, Choctaw
On 20 Nov 6 Patriot Guard Riders on 6 bikes rode the final mission to Honor the military service of SP5 C. Bernal Weilbrenner in Oklahoma City, OK. The Patriot Guard Riders were joined by 12 Members of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association on 11 Bikes.

The front of the church was staked with American Flags prior to the mission by the RCIC.
The briefing was read at the staging area followed by a moment of silence for the Blue, Silver and Gold Star Families, POWs and MIAs.

Following the briefing, the PGR stood a Flag line to welcome Family and Friends to the service. After the service the PGR, joined by the Combat Veterans group and with the assistance of the Oklahoma City Police Department, accompanied the Hero and Family to Fort Sill National
Flags were staked at the cemetery internment shelter prior to the Family’s arrival by the PGR State Captain. After a safe, successful accompaniment, the PGR stood another Flag line at the cemetery.
The Army Honor Guard played taps and folded the flag. The Hero’s Family was then presented the PGR Plaque and Invocation by the RCIC and ARIC. Following the presentations,
the staked Flags were returned to the internment shelter storage and PGR members were dismissed.
Thanks to the Patriot Guard Riders that took time on this day to honor our Hero. The Family and Friends were very appreciative of the PGR presence and thanked us for being there. Special Thank you to our State Captain for Flagging up The Committal Shelter.
Above all,Thank you SP5 C. Bernal Weilbrenner, for your service to this Great Nation. Rest in Peace Soldier,
mission accomplished, and you will never be forgotten.
Jerry Estle
Mike Sykes