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Honor Mission
Garvey Goynes, Veteran
Jefferson, Texas – 05-08-20



Mr. Goynes was very proud of his military service. He was a World War II Veteran and often said that his DD214 read like a history book. He entered active service on November 16, 1943 at Camp Fannin in Tyler, Texas. He served in Normandy Beach France where he earned the EAME Campaign Medal with 4 bronze stars and the World War II Victory medal. He was honorably discharged on February 1, 1946.

Staging Time: 11:30 am

Douglas Chapel Cemetery
PvtRd 7410
Jefferson, Texas 75657

Ride Captain:

Bill Parrish

Special Instructions:

Staging: Douglas Chapel Cemetery from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Riders meeting at 12:00 pm
*From Marshall take Hwy 43 North 19 miles to FM 805 take a left , go 2.2 miles to Tap Friday Rd 3410( first road on right) , go .6 miles turn left on Pvt Rd 7410. Road is dirt but hard (I rode my bike on it)
*From Jefferson take Hwy 49 east , go 8 miles turn right on FM 805 , go 2 miles turn left on Tap Friday Rd 3410 (Second road on left) go .6 miles turn left on Pvt Rd 7410. Road is dirt but hard (I rode my bike on it)
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Michael Eubank
Position: Texas Deputy State Captain

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Garvey Goynes Comment

  1. We will be forever grateful to the Patriot Guard Riders for serving at our father’s graveside service. He served this country honorably and we wanted this final tribute to him. It warmed our hearts when we drove up to see all of you there. We pray that God will continue to keep His Angels of protection around you as you continue to serve our proud Veterans.


    The Family of Garvey Goynes (Rest in Power Daddy)

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