Honor Mission
MCPO Peter J. Soler
US Navy - Retired

Camillus, NY - 12/07/2019
 
 
Mission applies to the following Region(s): Region 2, Region 3
About the Mission:

The family of Master Chief Petty Officer Peter J. Soler, United States Navy, Retired, has requested the Patriot Guard to stand a flag line at his services. Peter earned the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer (E-9) with the Navy, serving in both WWII and the Korean War. He served on the USS Lansdale (DD-426), a Benson-class destroyer, when it was sunk by German aerial torpedoes on April 20, 1944. Peter served in both the European and the Pacific Theaters and received 9 Battle Stars during his 44 years of service.

He was later employed with Carrier Corporation as a draftsman. Peter also served on the National Board of Directors with the Navy League and the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps since retiring from the U.S. Navy in 1985 as Master Chief Petty Officer.

A portion of this narrative was obtained from the Thomas J. Pirro Jr. Funeral Home obituary. View the full obituary by clicking HERE

Please stand with me to honor Peter for his service to his country at his final farewell.

Primary Staging Date: 12/07/2019
Primary Staging Time: 07:00
AM or PM: am
Staging Location: St. Josephs Church
5600 W. Genesee St.
Camillus, NY
Lead Ride Captain: Bruce R. Dauer
Lead Ride Captain email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Lead Ride Captain Phone #: 315-699-8272
Special Information: We will stand a flag line prior to the service starting at 8 am. Following the service we will escort Peter to the Veterans Cemetery and stand a flag line at the chapel. This is an unusually early mission, please make an effort to attend, Peter certainly has earned this honor. Thank you Bruce
Submitted by: Bruce R. Dauer
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