In Memory of – Our Fallen Riders

Please contact any State Officer if you have a member who has passed.    An Officer will attend the showing and/or funeral. 

            

2016

 

             

 
 Hugh Taylor

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Debbie Yearwood

             

 
 Sheridan Yowell 

             

 
  Michael Cazee

 

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Teresa Lawhead

2015

 

 

John “JR” Reynolds
Virginia “Ginny” Stroh
Carolyn Hamm
  

2014

 
Greg Creese
  

2013

 
Bruce Blackwell
Doug Ruble
Larry Myers
Vince Sargent
Robert ’Bob’ Tipton
  

2012

 
Dean Coonce
James Small
Al Meyers
Robert ‘Jay’ Johnson
Scott Beatty
Virgil Stubblefield
Robert ‘Bob’ Distelrath

                                               

 
Ralph Sapp
 

2011

 
Barbara J. Meyers
Mark S. Mudd
Jerry L. Gephart
Bob Leddon
Janna A. Warren
Robert E. Warren
Stanley ’Top’ Robinson
  

2010

 
Ricky D. Webb
Marty ‘Cupcake’ Manahan
Roger L. Newman
Sheila Kay Lawson
Carl E. Strain
Thomas W. Beckman
Charles R. Payne
Olin D. ‘Oly’ Firestone
Steven A. Brandt
‘Speedway Bill’ Mummert
  

2009

 
Darrell W. Hux
Gerald (Jerry) Ruble
Earl D. Pickerel
Brent “Cozmo” Kramer
Steve L. Ray
Bruce Goward
Bruce Custer
Lee Stackhouse
  

2008

 
Steve “Smiley” Lopshire
Carl R. Brown 
Craig Cayot
Charlie Waters
Terrie Dailey
  

2007

 
George Vujkovic
Bill Roberts
Richard Kephart
Dick Williams 
  

2006

 
Michael “Peg Leg” Parke
Chrisdy Hilker
Gene Morris
Gary Williams 
Rick Wiles
  

2005

 
Roger Nichols

 

 

 

Life without that of one who serves their country proud, freely, and valiantly would be a life void of love, dreams and freedom; A life void of the many treasures so many of us call life. Children, comrades, friends, cars, boats, motorcycles, photos, books, stories, smiles, all a part of life.

To those of you who wear the uniform or colors of your country with pride today, and for those of you who wore the uniform or colors in days ast, these few words go out to you, and hope they bring life in its fullness unto you and yours. You gave of yourself, to protect and keep that life which you had learned and begun to love. You gave of your family, you gave of your life, some came home, some never did, some live in our memories, some in our tears, taken in life both young and old, no score card to determine who went and who returned. So accept these simple words of thanks…

Thank You… Rest Now