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George Stull, US Army Veteran, IGNC Interment 13 MAY 15

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George Stull

US Army Veteran

13 MAY 2015
Indiantown Gap, PA

 

The staff of Indiantown Gap National Cemetery has informed the Patriot Guard Riders that Army Veteran George Stull has passed with no known family.  We have been asked to stand to honor his service to our nation as he is interred with full military honors at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Wednesday, May 13.  George served in the Army from 1986 to 2005.  George Stull was a patriot who served our country with honor and now it’s our turn to stand and honor him.

 

INTERMENT:  Indiantown Gap National Cemetery at 0900 HRS

Indiantown Gap National Cemetery

MAP: http://tinyurl.com/myyew8z

 

Staging: 0830 HRS

 

Stage at the parking lot opposite the rear of the PA Memorial, (turn left at the US Flag Circle).  DO NOT PROCEED TO COMMITAL SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION.

 

NOTE: Concealed carry permits are NOT recognized on military installations and federal reservations. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery is a federal reservation. Do not bring weapons or hazardous materials to this mission.

 

RCIC:  Richard Place, RC PGRPA Region 8

Email: raplace@comcast.net

Phone: 717-201-8554

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2 Responses to “George Stull, US Army Veteran, IGNC Interment 13 MAY 15”

  1. F Blouch, USA (Ret)

    Thank you PA Patriot Guard Riders for your support of the 13 May 15
    Indiantown Gap National Cemetery internment of SSG George C. Stull II, US
    Army and PA Army National Guard.
    SSG Stull’s final active duty assignment after 20+ years of Honorable and Faithful service to the Nation was as a 15P30 Aviation Flight Operations NCO.
    At the time of retirement from Active Duty SSG Stull was assigned to the S-3 Flight Operations Section, Eastern ARNG Aviation Training Site (EAATS), Fort Indiantown Gap, PA.
    Due to the nature of his death and no next of kin status the local funeral homes and news outlets were unable to post an obituary prior to internment that would have alerted his friends and Veteran family.
    Thank you for representing us and honoring Staff Sergeant Stull. May he rest in peace…..

  2. Robert W. Lykens

    Thank you for posting the information on George. I was his supervisor for several years at the EAATS in the late 80s. I’ll try to pass the information out the people who knew him ~ most are retired and scattered now.

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