Letters To PGRPA
THANK YOU LETTERS TO THE PGR-PA
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- Frank R. Capo, U.S. Coast Guard
To: Mr. Bill Howley Patriot Guard Riders
From: Robert J. Capo and the Capo Family
Subject: Respect for Frank R. Capo, U.S. Coast Guard
Dear Mr. Howley:
The Capo a family would like to thank the Patriot Guard Members that expressed their sympathy and the members that stood for hours in the flag line at the funeral home and Cemetery. The Capo family sincerely appreciates all members that paid respect to our father and grandfather.
We would also like to thank you for the beautiful engraved plaque and the booklet assembled to summarize the respect for your comrade.
Dad told me many stories over the years about his duty in World War II, when he entered service at Delaware, in the South Pacific during the liberation of the Philippines, and a tour to Australia along with his discharge in Michigan. He always said he was fortunate to return home to his family after seeing others lose their life in the battle of Leyte Gulf. He always had respect for his fellow comrades.
Dad would’ve greatly appreciated your comments, thoughts and respect. I know he was watching all of us.
Robert J. Capo
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For the Capo Family, Joseph, Bonnie, Mike, Nick, Robert & Lisa
- RE: Orval A. Williams
To: Rick Thomas
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2013 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: Orval A. Williams
I just talked to Brian Williams and he was extremely thankful for what you guys did for his father. As a ride Captain I am proud that my Pennsylvania brothers took such good care of someone so dear to me. It think you may have Brian show up in your flagline in the future as you have made such an impression on him.
Orval would have loved the PGR. He was a do’er and supported the Vets at the hospital for more than a decade. He started the Memorial Day service at our church and always took good care of us returning Vets. He was the kind of guy you could respect and trust in. I wish you could have met him before he passed.
I am very proud of what you guys did for him, the impression you left on his family and the method in which you carry on the PGR tradition. Thank you very much and make sure to pass this on to all who stood the flagline. Simply Outstanding!!!
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Scot A. Jackson