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March 10, 2012
US Air Force Veteran A1C Sidney C. Moser Sr., Quincy, CA

The Patriot Guard Riders having been invited by the family of fallen US Air Force Veteran, A1C Sidney C. Moser Sr., to stand and honor during his Memorial Service at the First Baptist Church in Quincy, CA. The mission involved a flag line at the First Baptist Church in Quincy, CA. for family and friends to pass through. On a clear, sunny winter day, 19 PGR members showed to present Honors for this true American Hero where the PGR stood Honor line at his Memorial Service.

A1C Sidney C. Moser Sr. served his country proudly from 29 Mar 1954 to 24 Jun 1958 as a Medic. He was a proud US Air Force veteran who after his discharge from the US Air Force, went to work for Union Pacific Railroad in Quincy where he retired after 22 years as a Track Inspector. A1C Sidney C. Moser Sr touched many lives here in the Quincy area and due to his love of life, his sense of humor and his love for his family; he will be missed by many.

I would like to especially thank Nevada PGR Ride Captain Dave Kealey and the five motors and two “cages”, who drove up from Reno, NV to honor this true American Hero.

Lastly, but not the least, I am thankful to A1C Sidney C. Moser Sr., US Air Force Veteran, an American Hero and his family. Your watch has been stood, your duty to protect this nation is complete, and you’ve earned the right to be called a true American Hero. Your service and sacrifice will not be forgotten.

Rest in Peace, your Mission is complete.


RC - Rick "Taildragger" Schultz

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