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Honor Mission
Lucien E. Lebrun, Veteran
USA –  WWII
Lakeland, Florida – 03-22-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

The family of Lucien E. Lebrun has requested that the Patriot Guard Riders be present as they show their final respects and lay their loved one to rest. Mr. Lebrun faithfully served his country in the U.S. Army and performed duties as a light truck driver. Upon completion of his service, he received an honorable discharge.
Please bring your 3 X 5 American Flags and stand in Honor and Respect for our Hero and his family.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 03-22-19
Staging Time: 11:30 am

Publix Supermarket
Lake Gibson Shopping Center Parking Lot6
767 US Hwy 98 N
Lakeland, Florida 33809
Map

Ride Captain:

Dave “Cando4751” Olmstead
candomontana@yahoo.com
863-344-9283

Special Instructions:

Please hydrate.
This is an Escort to FNC. Large Flag Bikes are requested.
Briefing 11:45 am
KSU for FNC 12:00 pm
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.

STAGING #2 DETAILS: 03-22-19
Staging Time: 13:15

Florida National Cemetery
6502 SW 102nd Ave
Bushnell, Florida 33513
Map

Ride Captain:

Roger “Useless” Shoemaker
rj43shoe@embarqmail.com
352-445-8775

Special Instructions:

Please hydrate.
1:15 pm  Briefing
2:00 pm Service
Flag Line as directed by the RC
Flags & Water:
Flags will not be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Bernie Conner
Position: Florida Assistant State 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.
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March 22
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12 Comments

  1. My wife and I wish to extend our deepest sympathy for the loss of Your Hero.
    Rest in Peace, You will Not be Forgotten.

  2. My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of Lucien E. Lebrun. Rest in Peace, Hero.

    JJ Bishop, PGR
    SGT (Ret.), Henrico County Police, Virginia
    MCPO (Ret.), USCGR
    Hudson, FL

  3. Please accept my condolences on your loss. May my prayers help to ease your pain during these trying times. Rest In Peace and Honor Brother. Lest We Forget!

    U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Veteran
    Standing in Memory of,
    My Father, Harold A. Silvernail U.S. Army
    My Step-Father, Edwin D. Alexander U.S. Army
    My Uncle, Raymond Alexander U.S. Army
    My Uncle, John H. Alexander U.S. Army
    My Uncle, David J. Alexander U.S. Navy
    Standing in Honor of,
    My Brother, David J. Alexander U.S. Air Force
    My Daughter, Jillian A. Silvernail U.S. Air Force
    My Daughter, Kirsten M. Silvernail Kennedy U.S. Air Force
    My Son-In-Law, Jayson E. Kennedy U.S. Army
    My Uncle, Stewart F. Silvernail U.S. Army

  4. Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Lucien E. Lebrun, U.S. Army veteran. He stood for us and now it is our turn to stand in silent honor and respect for him. Rest in peace hero.

  5. Rest In Peace Hero of The Greatest Generation. A grateful nation thanks you for your service and sacrifice. You are not forgotten.

    Standing for those who stood for us.

  6. Our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Lucien Lebrun. May the peaceful moments and  cherished memories bring you renewed strength in the days to come. Your faith will keep you  strong during this time of sorrow. Hero, you may stand down, we have the watch.
    Jim & Diana Robers
    US Navy 1961-1981
    US Merchant Marine 1985-2007
    Standing in memory of
    Howard Robers, Father, US Army WWII
    Elmer Robers, Uncle, US Army WWII
    Harry Fleming, Uncle, US Army WWII

  7. My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of Lucien E. Lebrun.

    May surviving family and friends find strength in acknowledgement that Lucien was willing to sacrifice all that another might taste or maintain liberty and stood courageously where few dare tread and for such dedication to nation, duty, and service rendered, is so remembered and honored among patriots.

  8. My Condolences go out to family and friends of WWII US Army Veteran, Lucien E. Lebrun may you rest in peace and God be with you, Thank you for your service.

  9. The escort stage of this mission was completed at 1310, 3/22/19 with 10 PGR members and 20-25 American Legion Riders and their friends participating.

    David “Cando 4751” Olmstead
    RC

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