Kentucky has lost a True American Hero. Captain Adam C. "Chief" Satterfield 25, passed away January 23, 2015. The family has ask the Kentucky Patriot Guard to Honor their loved one with a Flag line & escort.
 
 
 
Adam graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in 2011 with an Academic Gold Star. During his time there, he was the Platoon Commander for his Company, a member of the rugby team, and was awarded the New York Council of the Navy League Award for superior military achievement and leadership. He attended and graduated from Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia while he was at the academy. Following graduation, Adam went on to become the 3rd engineer on the USS Observation Island. Adam was a member of Charlie Company in the 4th platoon at The Basic School, and graduated in 2012. He was selected as a Naval Aviator and went on to graduate at the top of his class in Aviation Pre-flight Indoctrination with a 99%. He also graduated at the top of his class in Primary Flight Training and Advanced Helicopter Training, and made the Commodore's list for Outstanding Academic Achievements for both schools. Adam was currently serving as a UH-1Y Huey Helicopter Pilot for the 169 Viper squadron. Adam enjoyed spending time with his wife, Kayla and their dog Izzy. He was very active and loved outdoor activities, and had a passion for life. He was a great friend and well respected by all. Adam's love of flying was an inspiration to everyone and he will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Fair Winds and Following Seas, Brother. 
 
Escort From Louisville International Airport to Stoess Funeral Home in Crestwood KY.
600 Terminal Drive
Louisville, KY. 40209
Date: Friday Jan. 30, 2015
Stage at Cell Lot: 1945
Flight Due In: 2019
Escort Around: 2045
Jefferson County Sheriff's will lead the escort.
 
Stoess Funeral Home
6534 West Highway 22
Crestwood, KY.
 

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We have been invited by the family of Billie Wallace Calhoun, 90, USMC, WWII Veteran, to stand in his honor.  Mr. Calhoun was wounded in both Guam and Iwo Jima during his tours.  It is our honor to now stand for him in this time of loss for his family, friends, and fellow Marines.  Mr. Calhoun was cremated and the following arrangements have been made for the memorial service...
 
FUNERAL
Date:  Saturday, January 31, 2105
Time:  1300 hours
Place:  Malone Funeral Home, 325 Malone Lane, Grayson, KY
Staging Time:  1030 hours
Staging Place:  McDonalds, Carol Malone Blvd, Grayson, KY
KSU:  1040 hours
 
Burial will follow directly after the service at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Grayson, KY.
 
Please bring your 3x5 American Flags, arrive hydrated, and dress appropriately for the weather conditions.
 
I will be the Ride Captain for this mission.  If you have any questions, please contact me via email or the number listed below.  My thanks to each of you.  Take care and ride safe.
 
 
 
 
Tom Epperly
Sr. Ride Captain
Patriot Guard Riders
Ashland, KY
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Kentucky has lost another Hero. Mr. Lindell Coleman Hack 81, passed away January 26, 2015. The family has ask the Kentucky Patriot Guard to Honor their loved one with a Flag line. MrHack was Spots the clown for Kosair Shrine and a member of Okolona Christian Church, Zoneton Masonic Lodge # 964 and the Eastern Star. He was a retired employee for General Electric and a Marine veteran of the Korean War. 
 
 
 
Schoppenhorst Funeral Home
4895 N. Preston Hwy.
Shepherdsville, KY. 40165
 
 
Flag Line:
Date: Friday 30, 2015
Stage: Stake Flags 1115
Flag Line Family: 1200
Flag Line Visitation: 1300 - 1600
Final Salute: 1600
 
 
RC: Ronnie Ernspiker
 
Chris Richardson
Senior Ride Captain
KY. Patriot Guard Riders
chrisgrichardson@aol.com

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Daniel Anthony Walsh
Staff Sergeant
US Air Force

Kentucky and America has lost another Hero.  Mr. Daniel Walsh was a veteran of the United States Air Force.  Mr Walsh is being cremated and will be interred on January 30, 2015.
 
We have been asked and will stand at his final resting place at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central (KVCC) in Radcliff, Kentucky.
 
FRIDAY 30 January 2015
STAGING at 11:30 am EST
 
11:30 Stake Flags
12:00   Committal Service
 
Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central
2501 North Dixie Boulevard
Radcliff, KY 40160
 
Please stage at the main building to the right as you enter the Cemetery and move forward as requested by the Ride Captain. This will ensure we do not disturb any other services taking place.
 
 
RIDE CAPTAIN(S)
Danny Johnson 
 
James (Danny) Johnson
Senior Ride Captain 
roughriverdan@yahoo.com


 

 

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