Arizona Bikers Memorial video

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by AZDave, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. AZDave

    AZDave Active Member

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  2. buck484

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    A beautiful memorial and video. May God bless those left and welcome those lost.
     
  3. 01dynaglide

    01dynaglide Junior Member

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    Great job. My thoughts and prayer are with there families.
     
  4. geezer

    geezer Senior Member Contributor

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    Touching tribute. Thanks for posting it AZDave.
     
  5. Adamal47

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    It's a very nice video unfortunatly on a very sad situation. I hate how it takes something like this to get peoples attention to ride/drive safe.
     
  6. Porter

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    I can't believe I was just there ~2 weeks ago.

    From a news article:
    Nachand, a retired U.S. naval commander, was known to take his Harley Davidson out up to five times a week, said Erin O'Connor, Nachand's Peoria neighbor and friend.

    "Clyde died doing something he absolutely loved," O'Connor said.

    There was a post asking why you ride.....I think this answers it.:small3d005:
     
  7. xlcruser

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    Great tribute. Prayers to the ones left.
     
  8. Butch

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    WOW! got a lump in the throat on this one. An excellent tribute. Our fallen brothers and sisters would be proud.

    Any guesstimation on how many attended - looks like a big turnout?
     
  9. sharpscuba

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    AZDAVE...thank you for sharing this. It is a testament as to how important it is to enjoy each day and to tell those that are in your life how much you love them. Bless those that parished in this terrible accident and also to the familys that lost a love one!
     
  10. awall

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    May God be with all those who lost their lives and with the families left behind and may God be with all of us as we continue to ride.