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Honor Mission
James Kittrell, Veteran
USN
Valliant, Oklahoma – 09-02-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

The family of James Kittrell USN Veteran, has requested the Patriot Guard Riders to stand a flag-line at his funeral service, to be held on Monday, 2 Sep 2019, in Valliant,OK.  Services will be held at the Miller and Miller Funeral Home in Valliant,OK, at 10:00 AM.  The Navy Honor Guard will perform Military Honors.  Flag-line only.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 09-02-19
Staging: 9:00 AM

Miller-Miller Funeral Home
201 E Wilson
Valliant, Oklahoma 74764

Ride Captain:

Dale “Doc” Young
Dale11@classicnet.net
580-286-1615

Special Instructions:

Mandatory briefing: 9:15 AM
Flag-line: 9:30 AM
Weather: Temp Low 69, High 94, Partly cloudy.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Ronnie Smith
Position: Oklahoma Ride Captain

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September 2
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James Kittrell Comment

  1. Mission complete: I would like to thank everyone who came out today to honor Mr. Kittrell. We had 18 patriot riders on 17 bikes and 1 cage present to stand in his honor. Upon arrival to the funeral home we staked out flags around the entry way. After the briefing we manned doors and stood the flag line as the family and friends arrived for the service. After the service the Navy Honor Guard conducted Military Honors and presented the flag to the wife of Mr. Kittrell. The PGR invocation was also presented to the wife and the PGR plaque will be presented at a later date. After the service we stood an honor line as the hero was loaded into the coach. There was no Accompaniment. The family and friends were very appreciative of the PGR presence and thanked us all for being there. You all “Stood Tall and Silent” as we honored this hero and most of all thank you Mr. Kittrell for your faithful service to our great nation and to the family and friends for allowing us to honor him.

    RCIC
    Dale “Doc” Young
    580-286-1615
    Dale11@classicnet.net

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