Please contact any State Officer if you have a member who has passed. An Officer will attend the showing and/or funeral.
Paul Briner, Chapter 330, New Haven Brat Sweat, Chapter 313, Fairmont Mike Keane, Chapter 261, Cedar Lake Dickey Coffey, Chapter 42, Floyd’s Knobs Ed Bishop, Chapter 152, Knightstown Larry Chase, Chapter 64, Indy, Holt road Ruth Smith, Chapter 495, Indianapolis Roberta Maloney, Chapter 468., Berne Jerry Littles, Chapter 502, South Haven Helen Moss Chapter 502, South Haven Bob Cagle, Chapter 502, South Haven Jon Lyberger, Chapter 44, New Burgh Cole Cummings, Chapter 89, Seymour Jerry Nickels, Chapter 286, Manchester Johnny Wheeler, Chapter 286, Mancheste Robi Burnett, Chapter 495, Indianapolis Charles Noble, Chapter, 196, Bloomfield Keith Walker, Chapter 215, LaGrange Cletus Miller, chapter 143, Bristol Bryan Crocker, chapter 497, Indianapolis Roger Boomsma, chapter, 66, Griffith Gregsy Paz, chapter 17, Hammond Sandra Armstrong, chapter 24, Columbus Jay Cook, chapter 64, Indianapolis Ronnie Noble, chapter 434, Kingsford Heights Harold Bishop, District 10, Chapter 152 William Smith, District 1, chapter 54 Brian Burns, District 4, chapter 98 Delnice Nevil, District 4, chapter 88 Harold P.? District? Chapter 210
Doug Roy # 155 John McDaniel #502 George "PeeWee" Wilson #185 Fred Livingston # 497 Bill Arnold # 250 David Atchison #250 James Liparula # 97 Thomas Browd Il #261 Steven Blaugh #97 Sherry Green # 468 Mike Smoot Jack Janssen David Sensney Mike Totton Robert Meyers Albert McInnis Tony Dean Thrush John Lepper Grizz Hartkorn Arthur Pugh Scott Delagrange #409 Tommy Zimmerman #97 Ruth Smith #495
Charlie Pfaff #497
Debbie Cain #250
Bill Smith #434
Darrell Whalen #65
Bernie West #332
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