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James D. Bumpurs

Honor Mission
James D. Bumpurs, Retired
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – 06-02-20


Jim was born June 16, 1931 in Washington, Arkansas, at the age of 18 joined the US Air Force.  Jim rose through the ranks to Senior Master Sargent, throughout his 20 year career.

Staging: 9:00 AM

Rabenhorst Funeral Homes East
11000 Florida Boulevard
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70815

Ride Captain:

James “Couyon” Morin

Special Instructions:

Brief: 9:00 AM, we will brief and place flags on stakes.
Wake: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Service: 12:00 PM, No escort, Jim will be cremated and buried at Port Hudson National Cemetery a later date.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: James Morin
Position: Louisiana Ride Captain

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3 Comments To "James D. Bumpurs"

#1 Comment By didymuss On May 31, 2020 @ 1:36 pm

Ecclesiastes 3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die;. Lord we pray for strength for the family as they go through the days ahead. Bind them together in love and comfort them only as you can. Help them to remember the fond and happy memories
My wife and I wish to offer our deep heartfelt condolences.
They did their part. Now we will do our very best to honor you.
Thank you for your service!! God Bless You!!


#2 Comment By mcpojjb On May 31, 2020 @ 2:07 pm

My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of this Hero. May He Rest in Peace.

JJ Bishop, PGR
SGT (Ret.), Henrico County Police, Virginia
Hudson, FL

#3 Comment By Lloyd Carter On May 31, 2020 @ 7:22 pm

We have lost another Great American Hero,

Angie and I offer our deepest, and most heartfelt condolences to the Family and Friends of this true American Hero. It’s with great sorrow we say goodbye to all our great Heroes. Our hearts are heavy with the loss of those who stood and fought for our country. Be proud and strong in their beliefs. God bless, stand down, your mission is now complete‚Ķmay you rest in Honored, Eternal Peace. Thank you, Your sacrifices will not be forgotten.

Lloyd R. Carter, USAF, 366th SPS, Viet Nam

In memory of:
My Father, Raymond H. Carter, WWII , 331st Air Base Unit, A.A.F.,
My Brother, PFC Milford D. Carter, 9th Inf.,Viet Nam.,
My Step-Father, Freddie D. Braswell, USMC Korea,

They were my heroes, I stand for them.