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12/26/08

RE: LCpl Kyle Sporleder, 20, Sylvania, OH, 26 DEC 08

I can't tell you how wonderful it felt to enter the funeral home parking lot and see so many men and women standing holding flags around the building and through the parking lot and area. It truly was uplifting. I wanted to tell you what a great thing it is that you you do. As friends of the family we can only be there to show our support but it was nothing compared to the honor they felt at having all of you there today.

Thank you for what you do,
Sandra Mominee

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1/27/08

     I have been a Guard Rider for a couple of years now, and will proudly stand with you all whenever I can.  As the father of a 22 year old Marine Sergeant, I know how important it is to have support for 'our kids'.  My son is based at Camp Lejeune, N.C.

     He called yesterday and said, 'Pops, I saw some of your friends from the Patriot Guard Riders in Jacksonville today.  The Westboro Church idiots had gotten a permit to hold one of their moronic protests'.   The Guard was there to help all the service man and women stay out of trouble by handling the protesters. 

     I was extremely proud when he said the riders he saw were my friends.

     I want to send out my heartfelt thanks to all my brothers and sisters that rode in Jacksonville yesterday 1-25-08.  Thank you for watching out for my son, and all the other sons and daughters when we parents can not be there to do it.  I realize we ride for all service members, both living and passed on, but this one was for my kid.

     I will continue to proudly call myself a Patriot Guard Rider, and hopefully a friend to all other riders.  Thank you again, and let's continue doing what we are doing.  Be safe!

 

                                                             Grunts Pop

                                                             Patriot Guard Rider

                                                             North Olmsted, Ohio


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