They have taken that last ride and gone away from us.
But they will live forever in our hearts and memories.
RIDE ON BROTHERS
We will meet you down the road
Rebel Souls MC
2000 - 2001
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1927 - 2002
A member of the Comanche Tribe of Oklahoma and a great-grandson of Quanah Parker. A member of the Comanche Little Ponies and Comanche Veterans Association. A Marine veteran of World War II. A member of the Texas Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and accomplished Appaloosa horse breeder. He appeared in several movies portraying Native Americans. An all around fine example of the Comanche people who will surely be missed.
A little info about the pics used on this banner..
The top pic (bike with flag) was taken at the Ellis County Toy Run in Ennis Texas , Dec 2001. Texas lost a good brother on that run & almost a dear sister. She's recovering still & intends to be there next year for a "Victory" ride.. Biker spirit is awesome, isn't it?
The bottom pic (Bikers Memorial)was taken at the Brotherhood of Bikers M/C Scavenger Hunt & Poker Run in Axtell 2001.. behind Jim's Cycle. Some of you may have been there that nite (Sept 15, 2001). This pic was taken during a prayer that was part of a Memorial Tribute for the victims of 9-11, there were candles, harley headlights and flags as far as you could see as we stood in prayer for our nation, our families and our children's future.
The purpose of this banner:
Brotherhood & joining together in prayer has always been & always will be essential to unity of our nation. Yet there are some who feel we need to remove the words "One nation under God" from the American Pledge of Allegiance..
If you feel differently & don't want to see our nation divided, then please feel free to use of this banner to show where you stand and show that you wish to remain as One Nation Under God. (these are only personal opinions so if you do not share them feel free to decline)
Respect to you all & Ride Free ~Suds
On Oct 5,2003 Ted"Teddybear" Cox, 50, was taken out from behind as he slowed for a set of RR tracks by a 22yr old drunk driver. Ted was the true meaning of a biker. He would never let a brother down if help was needed. He had a huge heart and great smile. Ted has left behind many family and friends and the love of his life"Kathy". We will always remember that last ride and your memory will "NEVER" be forgotten.