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Honor Mission
Claude Delmar Godfrey Jr. , Veteran
USA –
Canton, Georgia – 02-12-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

It is my sad duty to inform you of the passing of a Vietnam Era Veteran. The family of Mr. Claude D. Godfrey has requested that we stand a silent flag line at the internment of their hero. I have informed them that it will be our Honor and Privilege to do so. Mr. Godfrey enlisted in the U S Army when it wasn’t a popular thing to do. Claude served with the 123rd Signal Battalion in Wurzburg Germany. He rose to the rank of SP4 (E-4). After his military service he returned to school receiving a BA from Piedmont College. He had a career as an accountant. He enjoyed landscaping; cooking and traveling. We will stand a silent flag line while Military Honors are rendered by the U S Army Honors Team.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 02-12-19
Staging Time: 12:15  pm

PIC Building
Georgia National Cemetery
1080 Scott Hudgens Dr.
Canton, Georgia 30314

Ride Captain:

William “Buffalo Bill” Kalway
w.kalway@comcast.net
404 545 5140

Special Instructions:

We will meet for a short Briefing before heading to the assigned shelter
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: William Kalway
Position:

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February 12
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5 Comments

  1. A hero has fallen. It is time for us to mourn their passing, secure in the knowledge that their service and sacrifice shall not be forgotten. Miz Alice and I mourn with their family and friends, knowing that they will find peace in the arms of the Lord.

  2. My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of Claude Delmar Godfrey, Jr. Rest in Peace, Hero.

    JJ Bishop
    Hudson, Florida

  3. My wife and I offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Claude Delmar Godfrey, Jr.. 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

  4. My wife and I offer our heartfelt condolences from Grovetown, GA to the family and friends of this true American hero. Thank you for your service and may you forever rest in peace, you will not be forgotten. You may stand down your mission here is complete, we now have the watch.

  5. Post Mission report Claude D. Godfrey.
    On a rainy Georgia day 10 Patriots gathered at the Georgia National Cemetery to Honor the Life and Service of Mr. Claude Delmar Godfrey. Mr Godfrey enlisted in the U S Army when it was not a popular thing to do. He was stationed in Germany with the 123rd Communications Battalion. After his Military service he returned to school and received a BA. He spent his career as an accountant for Banks and other businesses.
    I would like to thank everyone that came out today in spite of the inclement weather. Special thanks to Reuben Baumgardener for bringing the flags. Mr. Godfrey’s family thanked us for being there.Once again I believe we made a difference. I am Proud to stand with all of you.

    William “Buffalo Bill” Kalway RCIC

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