Patriot Guard Riders Pennsylvania
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Lee Robert Weber USA & First Responder / 2 August 2021 / Pittsburgh, PA


Jul 21


Lee Robert Weber
U.S. Army
Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran
First Responder
2 August 2021


The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by the family of Lee Robert Weber,a U.S. Army veteran and First Responder, to stand in silent honor for his service then escort to the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies for the interment .

Lee enlisted in the U.S. Army November of 2009, having served in Afghanistan in 2012 during Operation Enduring Freedom and was honorably discharged, with the rank of Sergeant June of 2014.

Decorations include the Army Commendation Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal w/ Campaign Star, Global War On Terrorism Service Medal and the NATO Medal.

Following time served, Lee became a First Responder with the City of Pittsburgh as a Fireman at Engine House #20, with a total of 5 years of service, risking his life by saving countless lives.

Lee served our country and his community with honor, it’s now our turn to stand in honor for him.


Monday, 2 August 2021


Staging: 10:15 AM
Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home and Crematory
301 Curry Hollow Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15236


Briefing: 10:30 AM

Flag Line: 10:45 AM


Family to arrive at 10:45 AM

Service at 12:00 PM


Following the service KSU, escorting for interment: Approximately 1:30 PM
National Cemetery of the Alleghenies
1158 Morgan Rd, Cecil Township,PA 15017


If you can come to the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies only, please Stage at Memorial Walkway (POW Flag) until we are cleared to go to the committal shelter to set the Flag Line.


Interment at 2:30 PM


Members can attend all of a mission or any part of the mission. PGR sets no time for a member to escort and or stand a mission. We Thank you for whatever time you give us and the families of our heroes appreciate your time.

Remember that the National Cemetery is a Federal Reservation and NO WEAPONS are permitted. Also, masks are no longer required for those fully vaccinated.  If not fully vaccinated you are required to wear a mask while social distancing, during the service, interment and if indoors.

Before heading out please watch the weather, dress accordingly and bring your 3 X 5 hand held American flags.


RCIC: Jim Shaw
(412) 217-5967

Assisting: Jules Shubuck

(724) 972-1166

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