Charles T. Sullivan
US Army, Korean War
Elmira, NY - 02/27/2019
|Mission applies to the following Region(s):||Region 1, Region 2|
|About the Mission:||An American Hero has passed on at the age of 88. The family has requested the participation of the Patriot Guard Riders in standing a flag line during visitation hours and the next day, for the funeral services for their loved one, Charles T. Sullivan.
Charles T. Sullivan answered the call and served his country as a PFC from 1951-1953. Charles T. Sullivan was a trained paratrooper, Ski and Snow Patrol Soldier. He was the recipient of the Army of Occupation Medal Japan, Korean Service Medal w/2 Bronze Service Stars, Combat Infantry Badge and the United Nations Service Medal.
Charles T. Sullivan was a Past Commander and Life Member of Elmira American Legion Post # 443.
|Primary Staging Time:||03:30|
|AM or PM||pm|
|Staging Location||Walter J. Kent Funeral Home
858 Lake Road
|Lead Ride Captain||Bob Wheeler|
|Lead Ride Captain Phone #:||607-425-4341|
|Special Information:||Assemble the flag line for visitation/viewing NLT 3:45 for calling hours.
Visiting hours 04:00 - 07:00 pm on Wednesday evening.
Bring a clean 3X5 American or US Army flag.
Dress appropriately for the weather.
|Is there a Second Stage to this Mission?||yes|
|Second Staging Date:||02/28/2019|
|Second Staging Time:||09:00|
|Second Stage - AM or PM||am|
|Second Location||Walter J. Kent Funeral Home
858 Lake Road
|Second Lead Ride Captain||Bob Wheeler|
|Second Stage - Special Information:||Brief ceremony at the funeral home at 09:30 am followed an escort to the Church (stage 3)|
|Is there a Third Stage to this Mission?||yes|
|Third Staging Date:||02/28/2019|
|Third Staging Time:||09:45|
|Third Stage - AM or PM||am|
|Third Location||St. Peter and Paul's Church
556 St. Josephs Blvd
Elmira, NY 14901
|Third Lead Ride Captain||Bob Wheeler|
|Third Stage - Special Information:||Stand a flag line at the church for the arrival of family and friends. Provide an escort to Woodlawn National Cemetery at the conclusion of the funeral service.
Assemble the flag line at Woodlawn National Cemetery for military honors.
|Submitted by:||Bob Wheeler|