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Your personal heartfelt thanks in the form of a card and/or letter is so very appreciated by us. Please know it was an honor for the Ohio Patriot Guard Riders to serve you and your loved one during this time.

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26 March 2009

Mark and I just wanted to say thank you for honoring our son in a time of such grief. Words will never express what it meant to us to have him honored by your organization. May god bless each and every one of you who stand by our young men and women who serve our country with pride.


Mark and Caryn Carmack, Matthew Carmack and Kyle and Sara Dawson


04 April 2009  


I would like to Thank you Personally if possible. My son SPC Donald Mollis JR has returned home from Iraq recently, by time we received confirmation of his flight it was on a Friday night and he was arriving at Cincinnati 10:00 am the next morning. I have sent you a late notice to help us welcome him home and you responded. With such short notice, We were surprised to see the patriots there when we arrived. Some have traveled as far as Springfield Ohio. We knew one of the patriots Rick Carpenter. They were very supportive of us in welcoming Don JR home.  

Thank you and
God bless you
Donald Mollis SR


3/25 USMC Welcome Home

The Viet Nam Vets MC, 2nd Brigade MC and Leathernecks MC would like to thank all of those that attended the homecoming for 3/25. Why was this a big deal (?) – Well 33 deployed and 33 returned home. There were many fears laid to rest when that bus was finally full of Marines and Corpsmen.

There were members from the Patriot Guard, LC13, Copperheads, Rolling Thunder, Warthogs MC (on duty on their PD bikes), HOG members and many other clubs and individuals. It was awesome and there were between 50 and 60 bikes at times rolling loud and proud through the rain and cold. Marines are hard to impress but you guys did a great job of impressing them yesterday.

Cleveland PD allowed us to block the arriving passenger aisles with bikes and the bus and each returning vet was cheered as they passed through the gauntlet of the public and the veterans.

One VNV said that leading these troops home was a greater thrill to him than his own homecoming and their position at the front of the line was an honor they won’t soon forget. I will never forget the hug he gave me while he told me those words.

So for a few short minutes in the rain and cold a few dedicated bikers made a difference and showed the Marines, their families and the public passing through CHIA that we really do support our troops. The greeting went a little longer than planned and many of you missed other obligations such as HOG Chapter meetings, family dinners and other notable personal obligations. You made the right choice and thank you.

God Bless them all and keep bringing them all back alive and well.

Tim DeWolf
Gold Star Chapter Leathernecks MC OHIO

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