Rebecca Christine Perry McNiece, Veteran
Dallas, Texas – 06-17-20
ABOUT THE MISSION:
Rebecca McNiece, 59, passed away peacefully in her home on June 12, 2020. She was born to Monika Schmidt in Frankfurt, Germany on June 29, 1960. She immigrated to the United States as a toddler. She joined the US Army, learned the Czech language and served at Fort Bragg, North Carolina as a signals intelligence analyst. She was the first female in her unit to graduate from the 82nd Airborne Division Airborne School. Her battalion commander selected her as color bearer and to set the pace for battalion four mile runs. It was here she met and married her husband on August 21, 1982. She served Army Soldiers and Families for twenty seven years. 82nd Airborne 1980-1986
PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 06-17-20
Staging Time: 08:30 AM
DFW National Cemetery
2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, Texas 75211
Staging Time 08:30 am
Briefing Time 8:45
In Position/KSU Time 09:00
Starting Time 09:15
The Patriot Guard Riders will stage at the Visitor’s Center, DFW National Cemetery.
Following the mission briefing, Big Flag Honor Bikes will move to the staging lane and prepare to escort the Coach.
The remaining Riders will proceed to the Shelter and stand the Flag Line for the Committal Service of Mrs. McNiece.
At the conclusion of the Service, flags will be furled and Riders dismissed.
Social distancing will be observed and face coverings utilized while on the grounds of DFW National Cemetery.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.
Submitted By: Dan Mathys
Position: Texas Ride Captain
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