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Thanks to Patriot Guard Riders for tribute to Seth Akin

'It was the most beautiful service I have ever attended.' -Alice Wheeler

Alice Wheeler writes:
I would like to thank the Patriot Guard Riders for such a beautiful service which honored Seth Akin.

While hearts were breaking which no words could express, the Patriot Guard'spresence said it best. For the respect and honor they gave to our grieving hearts, we thank them. Thanks to the PGR for the good work they do. God bless each and everyone for giving Seth the most beautiful service I have ever attended. Seth was a fallen Hero who served our country eight years of his young life. In times of great battle he served proudly for us. Thank you, Patriot Guard Riders, and thank you, Seth Akin, for helping to keep our nation free. You will never be forgotten. Alice Wheeler
Comments above re photo 40582: Home to Antioch Patriot Guard leads procession for Seth Akin



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