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Marvin Sinclair

Honor Mission
Marvin Sinclair, Veteran
USA – Vietnam
St. Louis, Missouri – 12-05-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

We will stand a flag line of honor and respect for U.S. Army Specialist Sinclair. Veteran Sinclair received the, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam campaign medal, two overseas bars and M-14 marksman medal. Thank you Mr. Sinclair from a grateful nation.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 12-05-19
Staging Time: 10:00am

Our Lady of Providence Church
8866 Pardee Rd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63123

Ride Captain:

Mike Albers
huck3517@yahoo.com

Special Instructions:

Stage- 10:00 meeting to follow
Flags-10:30
Escort- Resurrection Cemetery
Flag support- Don Vaughan
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Michael Albers
Position: Missouri Ride Captain

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15 Comments To "Marvin Sinclair"

#1 Comment By Billie Hill On November 29, 2019 @ 7:27 pm

From my family to yours we send our deepest condolences. We pray that you may find piece and comfort in you time of sorrow.
Riding in honor of my brother
Robert j Hill. U.S.M.C
Riding in honor of my wife’s brother
Charles b Dupree. U.S.M.C

#2 Comment By iceber58 On November 29, 2019 @ 10:51 pm

My wife and I wish to extend our condolences on your loss.

We stand with feet planted firmly on rich soil knowing what freedom is. Because of our veterans, I am free to honor God and country without persecution. Where there is injustice, I am free to fight. Where there is silence, I am free to speak. Where there is hate, I am free to love.

Your love one’s watch is over, may they rest peacefully in the arms of God.

Bruce Berg, ISC, USN (Ret)

#3 Comment By Joseph Bilodeau On November 29, 2019 @ 11:32 pm

My wife and I offer our deepest condolences to the family of an American Hero. His service and sacrifice to our country to preserve our freedom is not and will not be forgotten. I wish him Fair Winds and Following Seas. Your mission here is completed. Rest in peace, we have the watch!

Joseph “Mustang” Bilodeau
LCDR USN (Ret)

#4 Comment By GrampyBob On November 30, 2019 @ 6:17 am

My condolences for the loss of your loved one. Be Proud of your loved one for their service and sacrifices they have made to preserve our Country’s Freedom. Stand down and rest in eternal peace,your mission is complete.
Live Simply, Love Generously, Care Deeply, Speak Kindly, Leave the rest to God.

Bob”GrampyBob”Griffith
USASA M.P. Cpl 59-62 Retired Lt. LEO.
Ride Captain Patriot Guard
Montgomery City, Mo.
Riding In Memory of My Wife Judy Griffith
Patriot Guard Rider 1/05/2009 5/20/2019
Riding in Honor of my Son:
Mark D. Griffith U.S. Navy Veteran
Riding in Memory of my Uncles:
Mural Griffith U.S. Navy WW ll
Orville Griffith U.S. Army WW ll
Sterling Griffith U,S, Army WW ll

#5 Comment By John Faul On November 30, 2019 @ 7:33 am

I would like to offer my sincere condolences and prayers for Marvin Sinclair. May the peaceful moments and cherished memories bring his family and friends renewed strength in the difficult days ahead. Do not let your heart be troubled your faith will keep you strong.

#6 Comment By bobsmith On November 30, 2019 @ 9:56 am

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.

#7 Comment By Robert W. White On November 30, 2019 @ 10:34 am

My wife and I wish to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of this true American Hero, US Army, Vietnam War Veteran, Specialist Marvin Sinclair. We thank you for your service to a grateful nation, may your family find peace in knowing you served proudly and comfort in the months to come. May you rest in peace for your mission is now complete. I salute you.
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Robert “Bob” White
USA (Ret) 1SG
Vietnam Era
Jul 72 – Aug 94
Ofallon, MO

Riding in Memory of:
F.C. White, Sr, Tec 5 USA, WWII (Father)
G.A. Thompson, Pvt, USA, WWI (Grandpa)
D.A. Thompson, MCPO, USN (Ret), Korea (Uncle)
G.A. Thompson, Sgt, USMC, Korea (Uncle)
L. Norris, Msgt, USAF (Ret), Vietnam (Uncle)

Riding in Honor of:
F.C. White, Jr, Ssgt USAF, Vietnam (Brother)
F.C. White, III, Pfc, ARNG (Nephew)
D.B. White, PO2, USN, Vietnam Era (Twin)

#8 Comment By Neil Hill On November 30, 2019 @ 1:39 pm

From my family to yours… I pray your family and friends will find peace, during this time of sorrow in the loss of this US Army and Vietnam veteran. Our nation is grateful for your honorable service. Your service and sacrifice to our country should never be forgotten. We now stand for you as you once stood for us.

Neil Hill “Nitehawk”
USAF 1974-1978
Riding in memory of…
James “Bud” Hill, US Army… Brother
SFC Mark Schroeder, US Army (RET)… PGR Brother & RC
Rodney “El Rod” Hale, USMC… PGR Brother
Ron “I-Candy” Peterson, USMC… PGR Brother & RC

#9 Comment By Ricky Moceri On November 30, 2019 @ 2:07 pm

I pray for comfort and spiritual healing for the family of a true American Hero. His service and sacrifice to preserve our freedoms will never be forgotten and for this I am thankful.
‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
Revelation 21:4

Ricky Moceri
State Chaplain
Patriot Guard Riders
Missouri

#10 Comment By bobbybreuer On December 1, 2019 @ 12:14 am

I am sorry for the loss of your Loved One . I pray God will comfort , strengthen and bless you all as you go through this very difficult time .
I am thankful for Mr. Sinclair’s service and sacrifice for our country in the US Army during the Vietnam War . He is ” Fallen Never Forgotten ” . May he Rest In Peace .
Bobby
USAF
67-71
In God I Trust
” Remember for every 1 mile of road there are 2 miles of ditch ” Unknown
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#11 Comment By John Faul On December 2, 2019 @ 8:34 am

I would like to offer my sincere condolences and prayers for Marvin Sinclair. May the peaceful moments and cherished memories bring his family and friends renewed strength in the difficult days ahead. Do not let your heart be troubled your faith will keep you strong.

#12 Comment By Rickkroeger On December 2, 2019 @ 3:45 pm

I wish to offer my condolences to the family of this true American Warrior. May you find comfort in knowing that their sacrifice has made this a better place for all. I am truly grateful for their service to our Nation.

I stand with my fellow Patriot Guard Riders as we honor this warrior.
Stand down and rest in eternal peace, your mission is complete.

Rick “Curly” Kroeger
Flag Patriot
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Riding in memory of:
My Pop, Cpl. Gene Kroeger, USAAC, Britain, WWII,
Uncles: Russ, Ken and Bob Kroeger, USA, USAF
Gil Schroeder, USA Korea
SFC Mark Schroeder, USANG (Ret) AD 28 MAR 16 PGR Brother and friend
Pete “I-Candy” Peterson, PGR Brother and friend, USMC
Rod “ElRod” Hale, PGR Brother and friend, USMC
Riding in honor of:
Uncle, Mike Kroeger, USN, Korea

“I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery”
~Thomas Jefferson~

“Let us not mourn that such men died, but rejoice that such men lived”
~George S. Patton~

#13 Comment By Billboy On December 3, 2019 @ 6:24 am

My Condolences go out to family and friends of US Army Vietnam Veteran, Marvin Sinclair may you rest in peace and may God be with you, Thank you for your service to our Country.

#14 Comment By Jim Kleszczewski On December 4, 2019 @ 11:18 am

My wife and I wish to extend our deepest sympathy for the loss of Hero Sinclair. Rest in Peace. You will not be forgotten.

Jim “(1) Gun-Shy” Kleszczewski

#15 Comment By alan Colvin On December 4, 2019 @ 4:41 pm

It has been said “Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But, veterans don’t have that problem.” Slow hand salute to Marvin for his service to our great country. May you be proud, and take comfort, knowing that he really did make a difference.
Al Colvin
Old Army Viet Vet