Use the State settings to filter by state, and the Category to filter based on the type of mission.

Loading Events

« All Events

Honor Mission
Kenneth Earl Walker, KIA
USA – Korea
Madill, Oklahoma – 10-24-20


The family SGT Kenneth Earl Walker, USA KIA Korea, Madill, Oklahoma has asked the Patriot Guard Riders to stand a Flag line at his graveside Memorial service to be held 2:00pm at Woodberry Forest Cemetery, Madill, OK. SGT Walker served in Korea. He was listed missing in action on Dec 2, 1950 Chosin Reservoir, North Korea. His remains have been positively identified and are being returned to his family in Madill, Oklahoma.

Staging Time: 12:30 PM

Watts Funeral Home
200 South First
Madill, Oklahoma 73446

Ride Captain:

David “sleepy” Engelhardt

Special Instructions:

MANDITORY BRIEFING: 1:00pm. Must attend briefing to accompany Hero to Cemetery.
KSU: 1:30pm
Escort from Watts Funeral Home in Madill to Woodberry Forest Cemetery for graveside service.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: David Engelhardt
Position: Oklahoma Ride Captain

Note: You do not have to own/ride a motorcycle or be a veteran to join, and membership is Free. The only requirement is RESPECT! To subscribe to receive mission notices, log into the National Site and click on the Members tab at the top. Select the Subscribe to PGR Missions option.
Print This Page Print This Page


October 24
Event Category:
Event Tags:

Kenneth Earl Walker Comment

  1. MISSION COMPLETE, SGT Kenneth Earl Walker, USA KIA Korea, Madill, Oklahoma
    I would like to thank all those who made the mission today to honor SGT Kenneth Earl Walker, USA KIA Korea, Madill, Oklahoma
    We had 11 bikes/trikes and 2 cages with 15 PGR members present to honor Sgt Walker.
    With family visitation taking place during the day prior to the mission. Early morning Madill Ride Captain Smitty staked flags around the Funeral Home for the visitation. We later pre staked flags at the cemetery. We than returned to the funeral home for our staging. After the briefing with PGR members as pall barriers we stood an honor line as they moved Sgt Walker from the funeral home to the coach.
    With the Madill fire dept. and Police dept. leading we accompanied Sgt Walker to Woodberry Forest Cemetery for graveside services. We stood an honor line as they moved Sgt Walker from the coach to the gravesite. We than manned flags for the service.
    At the conclusion of the service the Chickasaw Honor guard did a 3 volley gun salute after which the Army Honor played Taps, folded and presented the flag to Sgt Walker’s niece. The PGR plaque and Invocation was than presented to Sgt Walker’s niece.
    A special thank you to SGT Kenneth Earl Walker for your service to our country and dedication to protecting our freedoms. You will not be forgotten.
    David “sleepy” Engelhardt

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

2020 Testimonials

2019 Testimonials

Prior Years