Honor Mission
Robert E. Hanley
USMC - Korean War

Canandaigua, NY - 07/06/2020
 
 
Mission applies to the following Region(s): Region 1, Region 2
About the Mission:

The family of Robert E. Hanley has requested Patriot Guard Rider participation in his funeral services.  Robert, 89, passed away on Monday, March 23, 2020 at his home.

Born in Canandaigua, NY, Robert began his early school years at St. Mary’s and graduated from Canandaigua Academy, Class of 1951.  He went on to serve in the United States Marine Corps and was a Korean War Veteran who served with Able Company 1-7 1MARDIV 1951-1954. Robert fought hard in the battle at Warsaw, Yoke Hill 104, and was awarded the Purple Heart. He was honorably discharged at the rank of Corporal.

Robert was a successful insurance salesman for Combined Life Insurance where he retired with 25 years. He was a member of St. Mary’s Church, Canandaigua Kiwanis Club, the Marine Corps League, and the Shortsville American Legion.

Portions of the above narrative are contained in Robert's obituary, available for viewing online on the Murphy Funeral Services website by clicking HERE

Primary Staging Date: 07/06/2020
Primary Staging Time: 11:00
AM or PM: am
Staging Location: St. Mary's Church
95 N. Main St.
Canandaigua NY  14424
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Acting Ride Captain: Joe McQueen
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Special Covid-19 Mission Guidelines:
IMPORTANT

The Mandatory Rules for Covid-19 protection practices...these WILL be strictly enforced.

  • Stay a minimum of 6 feet apart from each other at all times.
  • No handshaking, fist-bumping, hugs, cheek kissing or any other physical contact.
  • Follow all Covid-19 protection practices as described on the CDC website.
  • Click this url to review: CDC - Prevent Getting Sick
  • If you are not feeling well in any way, please do not attend this Mission.
  • * ADDITIONAL MANDATORY REQUIREMENT: Wearing a protective face covering of some kind is required...homemade facemask, bandanna, etc. (Patriotic face coverings would be particularly appropriate) This will not only provide an extra layer of protection to ourselves and others, but will send the message that the PGR takes this crisis seriously and is performing this Mission responsibly.
Special Information: We will form a flag line at the church to greet family and friends for an 11:30 service. A dignified transfer will take place at about 12:45 PM. to the Woodlawn Cemetery, 130 N. Pearl Street, a short distance from the church.

The weather for Monday at this time is expected to be in the high 80's. Please arrive with a clean 3x5 flag.  Bike flags would be nice for the transfer. I will have some water available if needed.
Is there a Second Stage to this Mission? no
   
Submitted by: Joe McQueen
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