Patriot Guard Services for L.A. "Big Mac" McCormack, aged 101Pa

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The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to the services for L.A. "Big Mac" McCormack, aged 101. In his thirties, Mac served in the European Theater of World War II.

He was U.S. Army, 69th Infantry and served at Normandy and in the Battle of the Bulge.

He was the patriarch of the family of PGR & ALR member Ronny "Killswitch" Perkins. Many of us had the honor of meeting Mac at his 100th and 101st birthday celebrations.


TUESDAY, 11 Jan 2011:

STAGING: 0715 Hrs. Bulverde United Methodist Church, 28300 Hwy 281 N., San Antonio, TX (just north of Borgfeld Road).

Church Map Link:

BRIEFING and flag Line in place by 0730 Hrs. Service scheduled for 0800.

Procession to Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery for graveside services with military honors at 0945 (Shelter number TBA).

HELMETS are REQUIRED on Ft Sam Cemetery grounds.

Weather: Clear, morning low 36º, afternoon high 48º. Dress accordingly and feel free to "cage it" if needed. All bikes and/or cars are welcome. Bring a bottle of water.

Ride Captain: Paula "Bubbles" Johnson (210) 347-2056 (Cell)

Flag Truck: Clayton Smith

Please join us in honoring this member of the Greatest Generation.

George Briscoe

Assistant Deputy State Captain

San Antonio, TX Area