12 Nov 1944 - 7 April 2022
Chapter 76 Athens Ohio
Larry "Dad" Donley USMC Vietnam veteran, charter member of Chapter 76 AMVETS Riders Athens Ohio. A staple and an influencer that helped Chapter 76 grow. It is said "Every man dies not every man truly lives". But this man truly lived. Until we ride together again brother. LRB
March 13, 1958-March 18, 2022
Missouri Chapter 30
Loved, respected, and will be missed, but will never be forgotten. Ride on Brother. L.R.B.
Sept 10, 1987-March 12, 2022
Ohio Chapter 76
Craig was a member of the JROTC in high school and enlisted in the USMC age the age of 18. Craig was a Helicopter Airframe Mechanic and served in Iraq receiving numerous medals of achievement. Craig was a proud member of Chapter 76 Athens OHIO and had a heart of gold.
June 7, 1950-December 22, 2021
Illinois Chapter 169
Don was born in Peoria Ill. and served in the U.S. Army and served in Vietnam. He was a great guy. Don fell ill several years ago, but still maintained his Riders membership. Don told me several times that he may not ever ride again, but wanted to pay his dues, just in case. Don loved his country and was a staunch supporter of the American way. Rest in Peace Brother.
Aug 27, 1963-April 2, 2020
Florida Chapter 47
Here is to our Brother who is no longer around, who gave us visions of roads not found, every time we think of him we'll never shed a tear. Instead we'll stand up and salute him with our beers, Salute to You, Salute to You, wishing he was here. It takes a certain breed to understand the certain needs of men who are free, everywhere we rode with him, we'll ride with him again, and we'll ride down that highway that never ends. Salute to You! Salute to You! (Till we meet again). Laredo & your Chapter 47 family.
Rest In Peace Susan Crowe. You were a great motivator. We will miss you.
March 2, 1951-August 26, 2021
Florida Chapter 113
Branch of Service: Army
Retired Chief Warrant Officer Terrell Glenn Stutts, 70, passed away of Covid 19. Terry or "Stutts" served 23 years in the U.S. Army mainly in the Signal Corp. He continued in service to his country as a defense contractor with Raytheon and Northrup Grumman until his recent retirement to Florida. He was an active member of AMVETS Post 113 and would do anything to help those in need. He was always there for his friends and family. He was the life of party! He was a giving and loving father and brother and will be missed dearly.
August 4, 1974-June 15, 2021
Michigan Chapter 93
Sons of AMVETS
He was a true AMVETS Rider, friend, and Brother. He never missed an event and would do anything for anyone. We miss you dearly.
The AMVETS Riders would like to honor all those faithful Riders who have passed from this life to the next. Their voices and the the roar of their motorcycles have been stilled, but their names and faces are indelibly etched in our hearts and minds. Their passing has left a void that will never be filled, but we are grateful to have had the opportunity to serve and ride alongside them. We were blessed to know them, and we pray that God will bless us to be reunited when it is our time to take the final ride. Now as they ride forever free across the heavens, these AMVETS Riders are part of an eternal fellowship,