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Old 08-02-2017, 05:33 PM
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More photos to post after set-up tomorrow but we are hosting a Celebration of Life Thursday afternoon for a biker. In memory of him we will have two of his motorcycles displayed in the funeral home . One on the lobby and one in the chapel. They brought one in early today.
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and we add a few more.
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Thanks. How much oil did that HOG drip on the carpet?
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Thanks. How much oil did that HOG drip on the carpet?
Amen.
I sure hope somebody slipped a cake pan under the Hog.
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No leak sand family was "WOW'ed" by allowing this to happen.
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Years ago a friend of mine had his Harley displayed next to his casket ( tarp underneath). Lead car, Mark's Harley, Hearse followed by his siblings and cycle friends on the 25 mile trip to the cemetery.
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Been to a few biker wakes and services as I am also in that "world". Only one has had the deceased's bike at the service. He was a long time technician and service manager of a Harley Davidson dealership that I had worked at.

And FWIW probably about ten years ago or so a friend passed who was a police chief. At the FH one of his department's cars was parked on the lawn during the time he was there.
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