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Updated September 12, 7. For changes or additions to this page please contact Webmaster. In our lives we have many wonderful opportunities.
We all have the opportunity to gain an education, to travel, to work, to play. We may stay single or take a spouse. We might have children or pets, both or neither. Nothing has a greater impact on us than the friends we make and decide to share a small or large part of our lives with. It is to those friends we have lost that the Southern Cruisers Riding Club dedicates this page.
Let us always remember the smiles, laughter, jokes, handshakes, bear hugs or just the warm feelings we have shared while with them. May they always watch over us ever reminding us that our tomorrow might not come and we will soon be with them again. We are grateful for the time that we were able to share with all of our fallen members and we know that they are joining so many wonderful members who are forming a new chapter with the finest riding roads, greatest weather and the Best 1st Officer any chapter could have.
She made several lifelong friends, that cared deeply for her and she for them. We later moved our membership to the San Antonio Chapter.
Judy loved to ride and especially the brotherhood and friendships she developed. She made many great friends and went on several Cruises with the Southern Cruisers. The last 16 months of her life, she could not ride and that was terrible for her.
She missed the road and the ride. She will be missed but never forgotten. Keep shining my Sunshine. We love you and miss you. Judy lived a fun life, filled with driving in Powder Puff Drag Racing cars, drag racing with Pete and the boys, to riding on the back of the motorcycle with Pete. She attended many bike rallies and went on several fun filled cruises with many friends from the Southern Cruisers Riding Club. Jimmie served in the U. Army from , with a tour in Germany as a fuel truck driver.
He worked at the Kingsport Press later named Quebecor Company, retiring after 34 years of service. Jimmie was a C. He loved and enjoyed going hunting with his brothers and his special friend and buddy, Bob Edwards, and other friends.
Jim made over toboggans and collected donations for the children of St. He was a beloved member of the MidTN Chapter 6 family. Trooper was a Brother, a friend and a mentor.
More importantly to him he was a loving husband of 27 yrs to his lovely wife Judy, a father, grandfather and just recently a great-grandfather. He was a good man with a big heart for others.
He loved his job, his family and riding. His constant smile would brighten up the day. His presence will be sorely missed. Sherry enjoyed participating in Southern Cruisers events. She became an active member after attending a benefit ride with Roger.
She loved the fact that the members treated each other like family and wanted to be a part of that. She was always available to help with registration at the events, gathering items for silent auctions and door prizes, and attended as many SCRC rallies and events as her health allowed. From his first group ride to his last duty performed as a National Officer, Kevin Rohrssen was the true embodiment of a Southern Cruiser.
As long as he could be around a group of friends and family, and get there on 2 wheels, he was happy. And that big smile on his face told you just how happy he always was. To better describe what Kevin was all about, I will share what I read at his funeral service: On Thursday the 23 rd of March, a flame that burned so brightly was extinguished, and all we have left is the memory of how brightly it burned.
He will be remembered, among other things, for his honesty, his integrity, his compassion, and far and above all else, for his love of life and sharing it with those around him.
Kevin was a biker. He rode thousands of miles in his lifetime. Whether leading a leisurely group ride through the Hill Country, riding across the country, or tearing up some twisties full-throttle, you could practically see that smile bursting through his helmet. Kevin was a metal head. He loved the sound of blazing guitar riffs bursting through the speakers. From big arena acts like Metallica and Tool, to local bands in dive bars, his post-show smile lit up the venue before the house lights came back on.
Kevin was a computer geek. His ever-present laptop ready to assist if he had to quickly solve some work emergency. He attended conferences and conventions where he could discuss networks and platforms and servers with other techies.
All the while with that smile that told you he enjoyed talking about stuff most of could never comprehend. Kevin was military man. It was in his blood. Like his father before him and his son after him. And as a top recruiter, that smile expressed his passion for his service that easily convinced other young men and women to follow in his footsteps. Kevin was a family man. From stories of him torturing his sisters as a kid, to recently celebrating a milestone wedding anniversary with his wife Eva.
There was nothing he would not do for his family. Just check out the smile on his face in the picture of him and his lovely wife that hangs on their living room wall. Kevin was a partier. He loved nothing more than sharing a cold beer and funny story with his friends. At the local bar, at a big biker rally, or just hanging out in the garage. With a frosty beverage in hand the laughs went on, sometimes late into the night.
His big drunken smile let everyone know that he was with the people he loved. And as I said before, if you knew that smile, that meant you were one of those lucky people who got to call him your friend and brother. Kevin, we wish you well and thank you for being a part of our lives. We honor your life and we trust you will find ever-lasting peace. We will not be sad for you because we know that where you are, the roads are always twisting, the beer is always cold and the metal is always loud.
Gerald pass away peacefully on February 25, He was a member since May 11, and will be sadly missed by his fellow brothers and sisters from the Montreal chapter Gerald was know to all of us as Gerry and always had a smile on his face and was a good sprite and had a very good soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with you brother. Clyde was a retired housing supervisor at the University of Kentucky. He was a member of Northview Baptist Church.
He was a little league baseball coach and loved all sports especially the University of Kentucky Wildcats. Besides his love for motorcycles, he was an avid Corvette and Nova enthusiast. For many members, he was one of the first guys they met when they joined. He always greeted everyone with that big smile and hug. When asked for first thoughts of Clyde, most called him a fun loving, compassionate good friend that you always knew had your back. Clyde was the one member you could count on being there for events above and beyond being a Southern Cruiser.
Clyde was known for his perseverance especially after Highway 89 got the best of him several times. He worked at improving his riding skills attending several Ride Like a Pro Classes, once in a jazzy chair.
When it came time for a stand in Dad to give the bride away for a couple renewing their wedding vows, he was their obvious choice. With Clyde you always knew where you stood and hopefully that was not between him and a fried bologna sandwich. With a heart for being the group encourager, there will only be one like him. Our hearts are filled with sadness but our memories are filled with love and smiles. He had two bike accidents, one in , he was riding the Independence Trail when a John Deere tractor driver turned into him as Gary was passing, and then in a pickup driver turned in front of him as he was going around 60 mph.
Both did extensive damage to his right leg only. It remained broke for over 4 years. He loved the rides; it was truly in his blood. His bike was his transportation rain or shine even though he had a truck. If he asked you if want to ride to get a cheeseburger ask Dan Fultz they ended up in Leakey, Texas just for a burger. Any excuse or no excuse, he loved the open road and the dear friends he met at the get-togethers. Everyone has a time to go and his was coming real quick, in a matter of months in fact.
Gary was a CHL instructor and was in the security business and a security instructor for many, many years./p>
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