Nathaniel H. McDavitt, 22, A1C USAF, Severna Park, 23-25 Apr 2016

    The Patriot Guard Riders have the honor of being invited to demonstrate our most sincere respect at services for A1C Nathaniel H. McDavitt, age 22. He was assigned as a Crew Chief in the 407th Air Expeditionary Squadron in Operation Inherent Resolve stationed in Jordan. He lost his life in a building collapse due to high winds.
    By all accounts Airman McDavitt was a shining star throughout his short life. Participating in the relief efforts of Hurricane Sandy, a model Boy Scout achieving the rank Of Eagle Scout and attending Anne Arundel Community College. Prior to his deployment he was selected as his Squadron's "Airman of the Quarter".
    He is survived by his wife of only 4 months, Alexis. She to is also an enlisted member of the USAF. He is also survived by his mother, step father, father, 5 siblings, grandparents and a large extended family along with many friends. His complete obituary can be viewed at the folowing:
http://www.barrancofuneralhome.com/home/index.cfm/obituaries/view/fh_id/12483/id/3670321
 
    This will be a multi-day mission on Saturday 23 April, Sunday 24 April and Monday 25 April.
 
Saturday 23 April - the family will receive guests from 2:00pm until 4:00pm and again at 6:00pm until 8:00pm. we will rally at  1:00pm and  stand our flag line at:
 
        Barranco & Sons Funeral Home
        495 Ritchie Highway
        Severna Park, Md 21146
 
Ride Captain - Bill Staats 410-404-2590
 
Sunday 24 April - family will be receiving guests again at 2-4pm and 6-8pm at the funeral home. We will rally and provide a flag line again at 1:00pm at the Barranco Funeral Home
 
Ride Captain - Mark Krause 410-302-3700
 
Monday 25 April - Services will conducted and we will rally at 9:00am:
 
            St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church
            689 Ritchie Highway
            Severna Park, Md 21146
    Following services we will provide an escort to and stand a flag line at Cheltenham Veterans Cemetery On Crain Hwy.
 
Ride Captain - Bill Johnston -  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
    Weather is forecasted to be sunny with temps. 55-69 degs. on both saturday and sunday. Monday is 55-80 degs. wth less than 10% chance of precipitation all 3 days. Please bring your 3x5 flags for the flag lines and something to drink to stay hydrated. Cages or ride, the important part is to be to pay our respects to this young man and his family.   
    
     
 

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