Honor MissionJames Stonebraker, Veteran
USA / ANG
N. Tonawanda, New York - 27 May 2017
ABOUT THE MISSION:
We have been requested to stand in Honor of the Military Service of James Stonebraker of North Tonawanda. Mr. Stonebraker served 3 years with the 174th Infantry Regiment of the New York National Guard at the Connecticut Street Armory in Buffalo. He then served Active Duty in the U.S. Army from 1956-1957, with an MOS of 640 - Light Vehicle Driver.
He was stationed with Headquarters Company at Fort Myer, VA and was Honorably Discharged on 31 October 1957 with the rank of Private First Class.
PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 27 May 2017
- Primary Staging Time: 2:00 P.M.
- First United Methodist Church
65 Main Street
- N. Tonawanda, New York - 14120
- Ride Captain:
- Don Becker
- Special Instructions:
- Flag Line for arrival of family and friends.
Celebration of Life at 3:00 PM.
(Mr. Stonebraker unselfishly donated his body to the UB School of Medicine.)
It appears that the PGR may be the only group providing recognition of Mr. Stonebraker's Military Service.
Please do whatever you're able to ensure we have a good showing for this relatively short Mission.
Please arrive on time with a clean 3x5 American Flag or U.S. Army flag, and dress for the weather.
Members are invited to attend a luncheon following the service.
- Flags & Water:
- Flags Will NOT Be Provided, Please Bring Your Own.
- Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
- Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.