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Honor Mission
Ernest L Cunningham, Veteran
Dallas, Texas – 03-08-19



He joined the Marine Corp on January 5th, 1951, playing linebacker for three years in the Marines. His team was one of the best to ever play and they once beat the World Champion Las Angeles Rams in the Rose Bowl.

Staging Time: 09:30 AM

DFW National Cemetery
2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, Texas 75211

Ride Captain:

Dan Mathys
(817) 300-5542

Special Instructions:

Staging 09:30
Briefing Time 09:45
In Position/KSU Time 10:00
Starting Time 10:15
Prior to the riders briefing at the Visitor Center, four honor bikes will be selected to accompany the family vehicle to committal. After the riders briefing, the PGR will stand the flag line at the designated shelter where we will “Stand Tall and Silent” in honor of an American Hero, Mr. Cunningham, his family and friends. Upon conclusion of the Interment Service, the flags will be furled and returned to storage followed by rider debrief and dismissal.
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: Dan Mathys
Position: Texas Ride Captain

Note: You do not have to own/ride a motorcycle or be a veteran to join, and membership is Free. The only requirement is RESPECT! To subscribe to receive mission notices, log into the National Site and click on the Members tab at the top. Select the Subscribe to PGR Missions option.
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March 8
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  1. Michelle and I wish to pass on our sincere condolences to the family and friends of this American Hero. We would like to thank this Hero for your service and sacrifice in the protection of our freedom. You will not be forgotten. We pray you rest in peace.

  2. Mission Accomplished.
    Twelve riders stood the flag line as three motorcycles led the coach and procession into shelter B for the final mission of Mr. Cunningham. His wife of 65 years, though very ill, arrived by ambulance behind her husband. I could see the Marine fighting to hold back tears as he presented the flag to Mrs. Cunningham as she lay on a stretcher surrounded by family an EMT’s This is what true love looks like..

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