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June 2, 2018

Honor Mission

Jeremiah S. Adams, Active Duty


Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin – 06-02-18



Jeremiah S. Adams, 24, left us too early last week as the result of a sporting accident while hiking near his home in Washington State. Adams joined the Navy after graduating from Oswego East High School in 2012. He was stationed on the USS Nimitz in Bremerton, Washington, as a nuclear electrician’s mate second class.

Services will be in Illinois and they will then escort Jeremiah to Oostburg, WI for burial.

Funeral Service will be in Burr Ridge IL with an ETD of 11:00 a.m.

Staging Time: 1:30 p.m.

Rest Stop 26

I-94 and 104th Street

Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Ride Captain:

No Wisconsin Ride Captain available.  IL PGR Ride Captain will bring procession to rest stop and may continue.

Any PGR member attending, please contact State Captain John Curran at

Special Instructions:

ETA for Procession 2:30 p.m.

Escort from Rest Stop just north of IL State line to Oostburg.
Hartman Cemetery, Oostburg Wisconsin

Hartman Road North of Town Line Road
Oostburg Wi

Flags & Water:
Flags will not be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: John Curran
Position: Wisconsin State Captain

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4 Responses

  1. A hero has fallen. It is time for us to mourn their passing, secure in the
    knowledge that their service and sacrifice shall not be forgotten. We mourn
    with their family and friends, knowing that they will find peace in the arms
    of the Lord.
    Hero, your watch is done, you can stand down now. We now have the watch.

    POW-MIA’s you are not forgotten.

    “Hotwheel,” Cisco, Texas

    In memory of :
    SGT. Ralph D. Woods Jr. USA Korea
    Crew Chief Eddy J. Pearman USAAC/USAF Korea
    Radio Operator Duane Duncan USMC Vietnam

  2. I extend my most heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Jeremiah S. Adams, United States Navy. During this most difficult time, I pray you peace. I will forever be grateful for his service, sacrifice, and dedication to our country. Rest easy now, Sailor…those you have left behind to carry on without you have the watch.

  3. Late mission report. I am having trouble with the new National site. Couldn’t find where to post this.Times were a little mixed up with the escort plus I was in a slow moving parking lot on 894. Must have been an accident but I didn’t see anything. Lost about one half hour. Caught up with the escort a little north of Milwaukee. Three of us from Wisconsin and eight from Illinois at the cemetery. Presented plaque and had four of the Illinois PGR give out the dog tags. Lots of thank you’ s from family and friends. All went well. Sad part other than losing Jeremiah was he was buried next to his cousin. He was in the Navy and died at 24 years old.


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