HONOR GUARD CELEBRATED 25th YEAR(Founded March 5, 1990)
TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE TO DECEASED VETERANS & FAMILIES N.C. REPRESENTATIVE PAT HURLEY ADDRESSES AUDIENCE THE FIVE SERVICE BRANCH VETERANS THAT COMPOSE THE HONOR GUARD
To Our Founding Members
Honor Guard Presented N.C. "Order of the Long Leaf Pine"
EACH OF THE EIGHT REMAINING FOUNDERS WERE
HONORED BY THE CURRENT HONOR GUARD MEMBERS,
THE GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA AND THE MODERN WOODMAN
MARCH 5th OF 2015 WAS ALSO DECLARED
RANDOLPH COUNTY HONOR GUARD DAY IN
NORTH CAROLINA AND AWARD WAS GIVEN
Commander Mitchel Breedlove Holds the Award from Governor McCory Commending the Honor Guard on their Service to Deceased Veterans Cindy Farmer (TV Channel 8)
And Pat Hurley (NC State Rep)
Greatly Assisted this Celebration
and Our Thanks Go Out to Them
Arthur Cobel, Leroy Diggs, William Grant, Frank Davis, Robert Cheatham,
Odell Hayes, Herman Bolton, Charles Marton, Terry Stuffs, Frank Rose,
Doug White, Carl Odham, Waylon Ingold, L.R. Auman, Martin Shaw, Tom Moore, George Brown, Gary Edwards.
The debt we owe these founders and the men and women following those 25 years is immense as the dedication and patriotism shown by the selfless sacrifices made by themselves and their family speaks of their character and love of fellow fallen Veterans and duty to country.
We also owe the committee members of six members who privately raised the funds needed to plan and execute this great event. A Memorial Calendar was
created which was the vehicle to raise funds for the great event. These men
(between funerals) raised the needed funds which was needed to honor our
COMMANDER BREEDLOVE PRESENTS AWARDS TO FOUNDERS
Fund Raising Committee
Vern Sieg (Chairman) presents a his personal award to
the fundrasing committee members who went
(Above and Beyond)
The Committee presented each "Single" and "Double" with a framed
picture of the themselves to show their respect of what our members and
families do day to day with any compensation. Veterans of HONOR!
We are a 501c.3 NON-PROFIT as established and approved by the IRS!
The Randolph Country Honor Guard was recognized by the General Assembly of North Carolina in Resolution 2010-7 House Joint Resolution 1869 in Raleigh, North Carolina on
June 10, 2010.
TO OUR FALLEN
(We Honor 364 Days a Year)
ALL CONTRIBUTIONS TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS SEND TO
Randolph County Honor Guard
Post Office Box 1672
Asheboro, NC 27204-1672
Please send Email to Calendar Editor for Any Information
WE WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR FINANCIAL DONATIONS AND SUPPORT IN THIS MOST WORTHY PROJECT. PROPER INVOICING WILL REFLECT THE DONATION WITH OUR TAX I.D. NUMBER LISTED.