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Honor Mission
Walter “Skip” Peltz, Retired
USN – Vietnam
Maple Valley, Washington – 02-25-19

ABOUT THE MISSION:

We have been invited by the family to honor Senior Chief Walter “Skip” Peltz.  His service to our country included 3 tours in Vietnam.  He received many awards during active duty including National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medals, Vietnam Service and Campaign Medals with 2 stars, and many unit citations. After leaving the Navy, he went on to serve as a Civil Servant at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.  The Senior Chief enjoyed woodworking, fishing, golf and telling jokes.  Skip is survived by one son and his wife.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 02-25-19
Staging Time: 1:15

McDonalds
23225 Maple Valley/Black Diamond Rd.
Maple Valley, Washington 98038

Ride Captain:

Dean Thiem, dftcars198@comcast.net, 360-969-1755

RCIT—Chuck Post, chuckpo45@comcast.net, 206-579-8230

SV –Ron Jellum, ltrsz28@hotmail.com, 206-669-8662

Special Instructions:

1:00 – RC’s, RCIT, SV arrive
1:15 – Riders arrive and sign in
1:45 – Ride Brief
2:00 – KSU for service location
2:15 – Arrive service location, set up Flag line
2:30 – Service starts
3:00—Service ends, mission debrief.
Weather forecast is for temps in the mid 30’s with a chance of rain/snow.  Please check the weather.  There is no shame in riding in a cage.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Dean Thiem
Position: Washington Ride Captain

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February 25
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Walter “Skip” Peltz Comment

  1. Another well received mission. We has 9 attendees with 2 bikes and 6 cages. All were seasoned veterans of the flag line. Chuck Post was given the lead for this mission. Flag folding training was held before the mission brief. Mission briefing went well. Flag line looked good especially with flag stands out. The forecast for snow was wrong and the temps were cold but manageable. Plaque presentation went well. Debrief went well. No unusual events to report.

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