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Honor Mission
Mark Campbell, Veteran
Marrero, Louisiana – 05-26-20


Mark Campbell served his country proudly as a Air Force Veteran having served in Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Philippines.  He is survived by a sister, his significant other Jean and her daughter Emerald, nieces, aunts, uncles and other relatives and his best friend Denny Suisie.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, everyone attending is required to wear a face covering.

Staging: 7:30 AM

Cornerstone Christian Center
6550 Lapalco Boulevard
Marrero, Louisiana 70072

Ride Captain:

Cliff Chaisson

Special Instructions:

Stage: 7:30 AM, set out flags around Cornerstone Christian Center
Family arrival: 8:30 AM
Escort: 10:30 AM, to Restlawn Park Cemetery, 3450 Highway 90, West Avondale, LA. 70094,
await arrival of family, we will only have 45 minutes in cemetery.
Bring a face covering / mask, bring your own water / snacks, possible rain.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Cliff Chaisson
Position: Louisiana Ride Captain

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May 26
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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. 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

  3. 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.

  4. We thank you and salute you for your faithful service to our country. We pray that your family and friends may receive strength and comfort to carry them through this time of great loss.

    Tim Lamb
    AR PGR

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Mr. Mark Campbell was a lot of things; he was a truck driver, a father, a grandfather, a son, a fiance, and a best friend. He was also a Veteran. He served his country in the United States Army for 6 years. He served during a time of peace from 1980 – 1987 at Ft. Jackson, SC and Ft. Hood, TX as a Heavy Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic and a Truck Driver. He swore an oath to protect his country against all enemies, both foreign and domestic, but was never called. He was ready, if needed, now we stand ready for him – to honor his service in the uniform of our country.

After the military, Mark drove a truck for 32 years hauling freight across this great country of ours.

Mr. Campbell’s family said he also deeply admired the PGR and all that the PGR stands for. His best friend is our long-time PGR brother and caboose driver, Duffy Spies. The family and his best friend wants us there on Monday to stand for him for his memorial service; to honor him for being ready for us, if called.


This is a flag line only mission for a memorial service to be held at The House of Faith at 141 New Cassell Drive, Gaston, SC. The memorial will start at 1600 (4:00 pm).

STAGING LOCATION: Fish Hatchery Food Mart, 3104 Fish Hatchery Road, Gaston, SC 29054 MAP:

STAGING TIME: 1450 (2:50 pm)

BRIEFING: 1500 (3:00 pm)

KSU at 1510 (3:10 pm).

We will travel the very short distance to Cassell Drive to the church and establish the flag line upon arrival (3:15) and hold it in place until the service starts.

NOTE: Cassell Drive is a hard packed, graded dirt road. At staging, we will assess the condition of the road (based upon recent weather) and take appropriate action. If road conditions do not allow safe 2-wheel travel, or anyone is unsure about riding on dirt, we will shuttle the short distance to the church in cars/trucks, but we will be there for the Campbell family. Feel free to drive cars/trucks based upon forecasted weather, if needed, for safety.


L.Z. Harrison, Jr.
Senior Ride Captain
(803) 360-3830


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