Honor Mission
Frank Earle Ganzenmuller
U.S. Army - WWII Veteran
Clarence, N.Y. - 08/17/2019
 
 
Mission applies to the following Region(s): Region 1, Region 2
About the Mission: The Patriot Guard Riders have been requested to stand in honor of the WW-II service of Frank Earle Ganzenmuller of Amherst, as he is laid to his final resting place.  Mr. Ganzenmuller passed away on 28 November 2018.

Mr. Ganzenmuller served active duty as a Military Policeman in the US Army Infantry from 1946-1947, including 13 months in Korea with the 1st Infantry Division. He was Honorably Discharged on 29 December 1947 with the rank of PFC, and earned the WW-II Victory Medal and Army of Occupation Medal-Japan.

Mr. Ganzenmuller was a proud lifetime member of the VFW, and had the opportunity to participate in the Leatherstocking Honor Flight in July, 2016.

Obituary: https://www.amigone.com/obituary/F.-Earle-Ganzenmuller/Amherst-New-York/1825858
Primary Staging Date: 08/17/2019
Primary Staging Time: 01:00
AM or PM: pm
Staging Location: Clarence Fillmore Cemetery
4715 Ransom Road
Clarence, NY 14031

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Lead Ride Captain: John Ben
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Special Information: Please arrive on time for a Flag Line as family arrives.
Graveside service is scheduled for 2:00 PM.
Military Honors were rendered previously at the wake in November.
PGR will present a Plaque to the family.
Please be prepared with a clean 3x5 American or US Army flag, and dress for the weather.
Thank you for your efforts to help honor the US Army service of Frank Earle Ganzenmuller, and to support his loving family.
NOTE: We have multiple Missions in Region-1 on Saturday. Please try to participate in one of them.
Submitted by: Don Higgins, SRC, Region-1
Email of Submitter: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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