STAND DOWN:Aldolfo Aviles-Medina, Veteran US Army (30-21) 17 FEB 21

February 17, 2021 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Puente and Sons Funeral Chapel
14315 Judson Rd
San Antonio, TX 78233
Hello All,
The Adolfo Aviles-Medina Mission for Wednesday, 17-February
is a “STAND DOWN”.
It has been postponed until March 19, 2021, with the same time schedule.
So, Please stay home and keep warm.
Warm Regards,

Bob “Pizza Man” Johnson
Deputy State Captain


The family of Mr. Adolfo Aviles-Medina, a US Army Veteran, requests the presence and participation of the San Antonio Patriot Guard at the LEO supported procession, and graveside rendering of military honors of their loved one. We are honored to accept this invitation.
Adolfo Avilés-Medina We celebrate the life of Honorable Adolfo Avilés-Medina, age 91, our beloved father, husband, grandfather, uncle, and friend who passed away on January 28, 2021. He was born on January 3, 1930 in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico (PR) son of deceased parents Petronila Medina-Vega and Eladio Avilés-Aulet. He is survived by his lovely wife Hilda Reyes de Avilés of 65 years of marriage, his daughter Dr. Nilka Avilés-Reyes, Celia Saenz, his son Adolfo Avilés-Reyes, wife Evelyn Avilés-Pacheco, grandson Adolfo Avilés III, wife Alyssa Avilés, grandson Adolfo Andrés Avilés and girlfriend Noy Inthisone. He is also survived by his sister Amparo Avilés, many brothers and sisters in laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, colleagues, and many friends. Adolfo served in the U.S. Army from 1951-1953 and was station in Germany during the Korean War. He was a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico and worked as a servant leader in the educational field for 30 years and in politics for over 25 years. He taught English, History, and Science to middle and high school students in Barceloneta, Florida, Arecibo, and Guaynabo, PR. Later he was the principal of primary and secondary schools in Hormigueros and Guaynabo, PR. During the last years of his career, he worked in the Puerto Rico Department of Education as General Supervisor and as the Director of the School-Community Relations Program. He held the positions of Municipal Council and City Council Manager over that body for more than 20 years. He was appointed Vice-Mayor of the Municipality of Guaynabo for three years. In 1996 he moved to San Antonio, Texas to reunite with his immediate family. He was very passionate about his work in advocacy and public policy on behalf of parents, students, and the community, especially the most marginalized. His charisma and his great sense of humor are attributes that distinguished him. He was very active in La Gloria de Dios church as an elder where his son is a pastor. All who knew him witnessed his love for the land, for planting and harvesting. We will be missed dearly, but the memories and love we share will always remain in our hearts. We will meet with “Papi” one day when the Lord calls us to his house.

WEATHER: Hi 53 / Lo 23, 27% Chance of Rain, 98% Humidity, Wind: 4 mph NNE

REQUESTOR:  Christopher G. Dion, Family SPOX

STAGING:  9:15 am, Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Puente and Sons Funeral Chapel
14315 Judson Road
San Antonio, Texas 78233 EGkvW3DduTx


BRIEFING:  9:30 am

HONOR LINE:  9:50 am

KSU:  10:00 am (Semper Gumby)

INTERMENT:   10:30 am – Shelter #3 (Call to Verify)
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
1520 Harry Wurzbach Road
San Antonio, Texas 78209


RC:   Juan “Mr. T” Tarango

FC:   Dalton “Cowboy” Watson (Timothy)



1. Iron horses if you can, cages are always welcome and appreciated and unless under special circumstances not allowed in processions. You do not have to have a motorcycle to participate in honoring our veterans.

2. Safety First: Please remember to properly hydrate (including the night before) before any outdoor activity and to dress appropriately. Do not hesitate to take a break at any time if you feel you need to get in the shade or get indoors and always ask for help at any time. Also please do not forget your sun screen.

3. Please remember that our mission is to stand tall and silent, and with honor and. NO TALKING, SMOKING, CHEWING OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS, OR CELL PHONE USE IN THE FLAG LINE!

4. Cemeteries are hallowed ground. Please keep radios off and engine noise to a minimum. Observe the 15 MPH speed limit. Show our respect to ALL who are in attendance.

5. If riding/driving a motorcycle on Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, which is located within a Military Installation, you will need to wear closed toe shoes, long sleeve shirt, gloves, DOT approved helmet, eye protection, long pants, and boots/shoes that cover the ankle.

 ***Safety Notice***
Before volunteering and/or attending any San Antonio Patriot Guard Riders missions we encourage you to review all safety information below.  Included are some potential safety concerns to be aware of, however this does not include the full scope of all potential hazards.  Anyone attending any San Antonio Patriot Guard Riders mission understands that they do so at their own risk. Neither the Patriot Guard Riders Organization nor its representatives are liable for any damages incurred on any PGR mission or event.
Funeral Processions/Escorts
EVERY RIDER IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for their own safety at all times while riding in a funeral procession.

At NO TIME are any riders authorized to block any intersection or otherwise block or impede traffic laws in any way.  Only Law Enforcement officials are authorized to block and/or impeded the lawful flow of traffic.

If you choose to fly a flag on your bike you are SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for ensuring it is secured and not a danger to any other rider or traffic.

Warm Regards,
Bob “Pizza Man” Johnson
Deputy State Captain
San Antonio Patriot Guard
Honor, Dignity, Respect
Cell: (562) 413-2223