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Brandon Cox US Army ​7 February 2018 ​Ambridge/ NCOA, PA


Feb 18


US Army
​7 February 2018
​Ambridge /NCOA, PA
​The Patriot Guard Riders have been​ invited​ by the family of Brandon Cox US Army Veteran to Stand In Silent Honor then Escort their American Hero for his Interment.
Brandon served from 13 May 2008-22 September 2012. Brandon received Army Commendation Medal,Army Good Conduct Medal,National Defense Service Medal,Afghanistan Campaign Medal with 2 Campaign Stars,Global War On Terrorism Service Medal,Army Service Ribbon,NATO Medal, Combat Infantry Badge and the Parachutist Badge.
There will be two Staging Dates and Locations for this Mission.
Wednesday, 7 February 2018
Staging: ​12:15 PM
Kasper-Hahn Funeral & Cremation Services
547 8th St,Ambridge,PA 15003
Briefing​: 12:30 PM
Flag Line: ​12:45 PM
​Family Arriving at 1:00 PM
​Visitation is from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM & 6:0O PM-8:00 PM
Thursday, 8 February 2018
We might also Escort from the Funeral Home to NCOA so please look for possible updates.
Staging: ​10:15 AM
Memorial Walkway ( POW) Circle located at the cemetery on the hill.
National Cemetery of the Alleghenies
1158 Morgan Rd, Cecil Township​,PA 15017
***​​Please stay at POW Circle till​​ after the ​​Mission Briefing, once the Briefing is over, we will all go as a group for Interment.***​​
Briefing​: 10:30 AM
Flag Line: ​10:45 AM
Interment With Military Honors At 11:00 AM.
Members can attend all of a Mission or any part of the Mission. PGR sets no time for a member to Stand a Mission. We Thank You for whatever time you give us and the families of our Heroes appreciate your time.
Watch The Weather​,​ Dress Accordingly​ & ​Please Bring Your 3 x 5 Handheld Flags.
Ride Captain​s:
SC & SRC Timothy “Timmaye” Smith
‭(724) 472-8746‬
SRC Jim Shaw
‭(412) 217-5967‬
Randy Ruff
(412) 613-2109

One Response to “Brandon Cox US Army ​7 February 2018 ​Ambridge/ NCOA, PA”

  1. Bob cox

    I just wanted to thank the patriot guard riders for standing in at my brothers funeral. We appreciate it more than you can ever know. May Brandon Rest In Peace

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