DECEMBER 15, 2018
SPONSORED BY THE
OLD GUARD RIDERS PHOENIX.
Note: RidersUSA members will meet at 8:30 am, ride in together and join the flag line for the event. Please register so we can get a headcount. Meeting at Super Pumper gas station on the NE corner of Cave Creek Rd and Rose Garden. KSU @ 8:45 am.
RidersUSA will be sponsoring 15 wreaths with one in the name of our past member, Jay "Sporty" Schonert. Wreaths Across America’s Mission Statement is to Remember the fallen; Honor those who served; and Teach our children the value of freedom. On behalf of Wreaths Across America and the Old Guard Riders, I would like to invite everyone to join us at the Phoenix National Memorial Cemetery on December 15, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. for the Wreaths Across America ceremony, a beautiful, live bough wreath laying event and ceremony, held simultaneously all across America, and coordinated to be held at the same time the ceremony is held in Arlington, VA. Old Guard Riders has been selected as the hosting organization for this beautiful ceremony, and we are very excited for this opportunity to honor our veterans at this special time of year.
RidersUSA's 2018 Wreath's Across America Recipients
Robert Anselmo, Army, Sec 55 Site 3594
Dennis Anselmo, Army, Sec 36 Site 196
Frank Ruggiero, Army, Sec 23 Site 60
Frank G Villa, Navy, Sec 55 Site 3222
Granville L Floyd, Army, Sec 46 Site 1730
John "Sporty Jay" Shonert, Navy, Sec 62 Site 3
David Olsen, Navy, Sec C7 Row B Site 32
Joe Anaya, Army, Sec 57 Site 738
Harlen McDaniel, Air Force, Sec 49 Site 291
Doris O'Gorman, Spouse, Sec Y Site 432
Dale Bohannan, Navy, Sec 18E Site 33
Thomas King, Army, Sec 55 Site 472
Calvin Short, Navy, Sec 55 Site 2267
Gary Prantner, Air Force, Sec 65 Site 486
Pete rosales, Army, Sec 55 Site 432
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.
" Wreaths Across America"