OHIO PATRIOT GUARD ................................................................

LETTERS OF APPRECIATION

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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07 June 2010

Dear Mr. Bob,

Thank you so much for having the PGR welcome my son home! It was such an honor having the PGR at my home! Nick felt very honored having them welcome him home! I'm actually at a loss for words. There were many tears when these men and women rode up to our home. I am forever grateful to all of you.

Hugs..... Jeanie Isaacs

 


06/28/2010  

I just want to say “Thank You.”

On Saturday, June 26th my sister in law came home from Iraq with the Ohio National Guard 16th Engineer Brigade.  As we waited for the buses to appear, we heard fire truck and Highway Patrol sirens, and the roar of motorcycles representing the Patriot Guard.  As friends and family were crying and hugging and crying some more, there were about two dozen leather jacket-clad, grizzly and stereotypical looking bikers (no offense) with flags flying standing at the entrance in tribute to 138 soldiers they had never met, and will probably never see again.

As nice as it was to hear from the Generals, the Governor, Senators, and Representatives, I was more touched by the presence of the silent sentinels who had escorted them over 100 miles from the border and disappeared in the roar of engines.

I knew that the Patriot Guard showed their support of soldiers at funerals, so in a way I had hoped never to see them.  I was honored by their presence at such a joyous occasion though.

God bless America.
God bless the Patriot Guard.

Don G,
Columbus Ohio

 



Hello,

Thank you for providing an escort home on May 10, 2010 in Westerville, Ohio. Our maintenance manager, Lt. Colonel Glenn Gmitter and his 204th Eng. Detachment came home safely after a year in Afghanistan.  

We're putting some photos of the event in our quarterly employee newsletter, including the Ohio Patriot Riders standing guard.

What a beautiful thing you do.

Sincerely,

Lisa Obbish, Human Resources Manager.




17 July 2010

Ralph and Bob-

We now fully grasp why you all are so respected these days for what you are doing.

Before these two TV coverage's go off-line, please see for yourselves how you so wonderfully fit in to the whole memorial.

[COVERAGE 1] [COVERAGE 2 ]

Everyone could not stop talking about how remarkable it was that your team stood at attention with their flags through the entire memorial…..and in that heat.

You all honored us and, especially the memory of Kenny Henninger, by your presence.

On behalf of all of us, “Thank you.”

Dave Hertel

 

 



 
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