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George S. Iceman, US Navy WWII, Lebanon PA, 30 JUN 18

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George S. Iceman

US Navy World War II Veteran

30 JUN 2018

Lebanon, PA

The family of US Navy World War II Veteran George S. Iceman has requested the Patriot Guard Riders stand to honor his service to our nation at his funeral, escort, and interment Saturday, June 30th.  George served from 1943 until 1946 aboard the battleship USS Alabama in the South Pacific. George later served in the Army National Guard from 1950 until 1952.  Following a funeral service in Lebanon, we will escort George to Grand View Memorial Park for interment with full military honors.  George Iceman is a patriot who served our country with honor and now it’s our turn to stand and honor him.

Obituary:  https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/lebanon-pa/george-iceman-7895161

 

FUNERAL:  Saturday, 6/30 VISITATION 10:00AM, FUNERAL 11:00AM

Rohland Funeral Home

508 Cumberland Street

Lebanon, PA 17042

MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/mBMMydu2axo

STAGING: 9:30AM at the funeral home.

 

ESCORT & INTERMENT:  Following the ceremony (approximately 5 miles)

Grand View Memorial Park

500 N. Weber Street

Lebanon, PA 17046

MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/5xueGhjuaVv

 

RCIC:  Donald Haag, RC-Region 8

E-mail:   pgrpa.vetrep.east@gmail.com

Phone:  717-576-7283

 

NATIONAL LINK: Pending

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One Response to “George S. Iceman, US Navy WWII, Lebanon PA, 30 JUN 18”

  1. Suzanne Gassert

    The George S. Iceman family would like to express our words of gratitude and appreciation for honoring our father. He served his country proud during WW II. To see him being honored by fellow countrymen was an overwhelming site for our family. God Bless You All!

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