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Honor Mission
David P. Brill, Veteran
USN
Lawton, Oklahoma – 12-09-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

 David P. Brill Joined the US Navy in January 1965 servicing three years as an aircraft engine mechanic helper, on the USS Wasp (CVS 18).

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 12-09-19
Staging Time: 8:30am

Becker-Rabon Funeral Home
1502 NW Fort Sill Blvd.
Lawton , Oklahoma 73501

Ride Captain:

Billy (5 Dollar) Hope
(580) 585-0747 bhope2555@sbcglobal.net

Special Instructions:

Briefing: 8:45am
Post Flags after briefing.
Flag Line: 9:00am
KSU: Following service We will accompany our hero to Fort Sill National Cemetery 2648 Jake Dunn Rd.Elgin, OK.
Weather: Partly Cloudy, High of 58
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Billy Hope
Position: Oklahoma Assistant State Captain

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December 9, 2019
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David P. Brill Comment

  1. EOM – 09 Dec 2019 David P. Brill US Navy Veteran, Lawton, Ok.

    On what started out as a cool morning in SW Oklahoma five patriots on three motorcycles and two cadges gathered at the Becker-Rabon funeral home chapel to pay respect to David P. Brill US Navy Veteran.

    We posted flags along the entrance to the chapel and parking lot then gathered for a briefing. During the briefing the details of the mission were reviewed and a moment of silence was observed for all Blue/Gold Star Families and we closed the briefing with a prayer. We then stood at the doors to greet family and friends as they arrived.

    Once the service began we furled the flags and placed them in the support truck which left for Fort Sill National Cemetery to provide assistance to another patriot who was headed to the cemetery from Duncan to post flags before our arrival.

    Once the service ended we stood an honor line as our hero was carried to the coach, we then got to the bikes and the other cadge to follow LEO out of Lawton. The Comanche County Sheriffs Office took over for Lawton Police on I-44 taking us the rest of the way to FSNC.

    Upon our arrival the flags were flying in the now very cold and strong wind. We stood another Flag Line as our hero was carried to the shelter. Full Military Honors were render, the flag folded and presented to the family. The PGR invocation was presented and the family was told the PGR Plaque had not arrived in time for the service and would be taken to the funeral home where it could be picked up when they returned to conclude their business there. This concluded the service.

    I would like to thank all how came out to Honor the service of David P. Brill on what ended up being a very windy and cold day. The Family for allowing us to share this day with them, both Law Enforcement Departments for getting us safely to our detestation and the volunteers at FSNC who always do a professional job. But mostly I want to thank David P. Brill US Navy Veteran for his service to this great country – stand down and rest, your mission here is complete.

    Respectfully
    Billy (5 Dollar) Hope

    “Start with what is right rather than what is acceptable.”

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