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Honor Mission
James Lewis Spence, Veteran
Rayville, Louisiana – 03-01-19


Sgt James “Skeet” Spence aka has reported to his last duty station. He served the United States Marine Corps and his country honorably and faithfully. He was a perfect example of “Semper Fi”. He later joined the Bastrop Fire Dept where he retired. He was well known as a Blue Grass “picker” traveling to venues throughout the south playing the music he loved and meeting new friends. He leaves behind his wife, children and many grandchildren to mourn his loss. His family has asked the Patriot Guard to stand in honor of their hero and it is our honor to do so.

Staging Time: 12:30 PM

Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery
2412 Hwy 425 south
Rayville, Louisiana 71269

Ride Captain:

Buck “Ironrider” Harper
Bastrop, La. 71220

Special Instructions:

We will meet at the pavilion and ready flags for the interment service for Sgt Spence to begin at 1 pm. We will stand for the service and post service. Please be aware there may possibly be a service under way when we arrive. If so, please gather in the parking lot at the front until the pavilion is clear. Ride bikes weather permitting.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Buck Harper
Position: Louisiana Ride Captain

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  1. 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. 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…may 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.

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