Roy Anthony Abbott, Veteran
USA – Vietnam
Prescott, Arizona – 12-02-20
ABOUT THE MISSION:
Roy Abbott proudly served his Country in the US Army from 1969 to 1971 as a Radio Operator in the Signal Corps. Prior to being discharged as a Sergeant, Roy served a year in Vietnam. Before he was drafted, Roy was a Dispatcher for the Arizona Department of Public Safety. After his discharge, Roy continued to serve his Country as an Officer with Arizona DPS, from which he retired as a Sergeant after 23 years. Roy’s service to his community and fellow veterans continued after his retirement, where he spent 15 years as the Chino Valley Town Magistrate. He was also the Chaplain for the Scottish American Military Society, and was a proud member of American Legion Post 40 in Chino Valley, where he also served as Chaplain. Roy recently passed at the age of 71. Surviving Roy are his wife, 3 daughters, 1 stepson, 11 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren
PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 12-02-20
Staging Time: 09:30
Prescott National Cemetery
Briefing – 9:45
Flag line – upon arrival of family (approx. 10 AM)
Second flag line – 10:20 AM
Military Honors -10:30 AM
Flag Captain: Bill Musser
NOTE PARKING CHANGES AT PNC:
Everybody (cars, trucks, motorcycles, family) go up the middle road (second right as you enter PNC)
When you park make sure the road remains open for both emergency vehicles as well as other people coming to PNC to visit their loved ones.
PGR cars/trucks turn right at the top of the cemetery and park along the curb on the west road.
PGR flag truck parks at the top, to the right of the flagpole, like before.
PGR motorcycles can once again park at the top, to the right of the flagpole, where parking is level. Make sure your bikes are parked close together so they don’t protrude into the roadway.
When you leave PNC, exit down the east or west roadway, NOT the middle road.
Following CDC/Government guidelines/mandates and directives from our State Captain, the following precautions are to be followed:· All members are required to wear a face mask/cloth covering at all times during the mission. If you are unable to wear a mask, we ask that you stand down and stay home. There are no exceptions.· No handshakes, elbow bumps, or hugs for greetings and goodbyes.· If you feel ill or have a temperature, please stay home until you improve.· If you have a medical condition(s) that make you at high risk we ask that you please stand down until conditions improve.· Maintain a minimum of six-foot distance from other members when standing the flag line. Maintain at least 15 feet separation from all family members, cemetery personnel, Honor Guard, clergy, etc.· Water will be provided by the Flag Captain and passed out only by that person. No snacks will be provided by the Flag Captain and members should not bring any to share either.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.
Submitted By: John Moffitt
Position: Arizona Assistant State Captain
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