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Extremely Short Notice – George Boland, CPL, USMC, WWII – Londonderry, NH -3 August 2017

3 August 2017 @ 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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George Boland



Londonderry NH

3 August 2017

The family of George Boland, CPL, USMC, WWII has invited the NH Patriot Guard to present a flag line in his honor on Thursday, August 3, 2017 during his calling hours at the Peabody Funeral Home, 290 Mammoth Rd, Londonderry, NH from 6 PM-8 PM.

Mr, Boland was a US Marine Corp veteran having served during WWII. Mr. Boland retired in 1988 from Tufts NE Medical Center in Boston where he worked as a maintenance supervisor. He was a member of the Harold O. Young VFW Post, Melrose, MA, and a life member of the 2nd Marine Division Association. 

Link to Mr. Boland’s obituary


MISSION DETAILS: Peabody Funeral Home, 290 Mammoth Rd, Londonderry, NH – Thursday 3 August 2017

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Staging: 5:15 PM Park along Mammoth Rd by the funeral home driveway.

Briefing: 5:25 PM

Flag Line: 5:30 PM


Tall flags will be provided.


RCIC: Paul Baptiste, Cageman63

603-463-7213 H

603-315-3137 C (Day of mission only)



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3 August 2017
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Paul Baptiste (Cageman63)


Peabody Funeral Home – Londonderry
290 Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH 03053 United States
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2 thoughts on “Extremely Short Notice – George Boland, CPL, USMC, WWII – Londonderry, NH -3 August 2017

  1. Cageman63

    Thank you, Bruce, Ralph, and Jim for standing with Nancy and myself last night. With such a short notice and the Cruise Night in Tilton, I really thought it would only be the two of us standing for Mr. Boland. You guys made a big difference.

    Thank you again,


  2. bornfreenh@comcast.net

    I know this is a while in coming but I can not tell you how much it meant to me to have the Patriot Guard Riders show up at my Dad’s service and Grave Site. It was the worst day of my life when he left this world. He was such a Great Man in every way. He was only 17 when he signed up to be a Marine ( he had to have his mother sign papers and she already had two sons serving in WWII). When we got to the cemetery there in formation was about six men holding Old Glory it was a warm summer day all of a sudden a breeze picked up and the flags flew in the breeze. It’s a beautiful picture that a friend captured. He was very Patriotic and Proud Marine. It wasn’t until he was probably in his 60’s that he starting talking about his experience’s to me. The stories I will never forget. My Dad was in the 2nd Marine Division (2nd to none was their moto) I will also never forget those men and how they stood to honor a man that the never had the privilege of meeting but showed their love and honor for his sacrifice’s to this country. May the Creator of us all bless and keep them. Forever in my heart Kathy S.

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