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Jimmy D. Shook

Honor Mission
Jimmy D. Shook , Veteran
USA – Vietnam
Epworth, Georgia – 03-25-20

ABOUT THE MISSION:

U.S. Army Vietnam Combat Veteran Jimmy D. Shook is being laid to rest at First Baptist Epworth Cemetery, Epworth, Georgia. His family has requested that the Patriot Guard join the North Georgia Honor Guard in honoring his service to our country. They have been informed it will be an honor and privilege to do so.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 03-25-20
Staging Time: 3:15 PM

First Baptist Church
447 Madola Road
Epworth, Georgia 30541

Ride Captain:

Craig “Crayons” Womer
cpwomer@gmail.com
(706) 972-0128

Special Instructions:

Stage in the church parking lot. After a briefing we will establish a graveside flag line at the adjacent church cemetery. We will stand during the graveside service which will include full military honors rendered by the North Georgia Honor Guard.  Service is scheduled for 4:00 PM.  At the completion of the service we will quietly disperse.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Byron L Hall
Position: Georgia Assistant State Captain

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2 Comments To "Jimmy D. Shook"

#1 Comment By mcpojjb On March 23, 2020 @ 8:46 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
MCPO (Ret.), USCGR
Hudson, FL

#2 Comment By speedyo On March 24, 2020 @ 8:05 pm

My wife and I offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Jimmy D. Shook. Thank you for your service and may you rest in peace, your duty here on earth is done.

Lamar “SpeedyO” Owen, USA, Vietnam 1967-1968
Riding in Memory of My Brother
James W. Owen WWII