Luis Aguilar

Feb 15th 8:40 am - 8:40 am
US Navy Veteran
MRC - Mark Littel

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Mission Summary

Classification 

Military Veteran 

Military Branch 

United States Navy 

Military Service 

May 1992-August 1996 

Mission Segments 

Funeral Service, Inurnment Service 

Obituary Text 

Luis Rey Aguilar was born September 12, 1972 in Alpine, TX. He attended St. Mary's Catholic High School, Bowie Junior High School and Odessa High School in Odessa, TX. He also attended Tarrant County College and UT Arlington in Arlington, Texas

Luis honorably served in the U.S. Navy from May 21, 1992 to August 28, 1996. He was assigned to the USS Bradley (FFG-49) as a Fire Control System Technician. He achieved the rank of Petty Officer Third Class. He was awarded the Navy Battle "E" Ribbon, the Navy Good Conduct Medal and the National Defense Service Ribbon.

Luis Worked in food management throughout the Dallas-Ft.Worth area. His hobbies were auto mechanics and motorcycle riding.

Luis passed away on February 7, 2018 with his family by his bedside. He is survived by his son, Ian Aguilar, his father Steve Aquilar, his mother, Irma Aguilar-Coker, his brothers Tony Aquilar and Danny Aquilar, and his sister, Bernadette Ho. 

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Yes

MRC

Mark Littel leadscout1979@gmail.com (682) 251-1300 

 

 

Part 1

Segment

Funeral Service 

Mission Date 

02/15/2018 

Staging Time 

08:40 

Briefing Time

08:55

In Position/KSU Time

09:10

Starting Time 

10:00 

Staging Point 

Saint Maria Goretti Catholic Church 

Staging Address 

1200 South Davis Drive Arlington Texas 76013 

Map Link 

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GPS 

32°43'29.87", - 97° 7'32.58" 

Part 1 Details 

Riders will stage in the church parking lot. After the briefing, Riders will stand Tall and Silent as the family arrives for the Rosary starting at 0930, and will continue to stand Tall and Silent as family and friends gather for the funeral service starting at 1000. At the start of the funeral service, flags in front of the church will be furled and returned to the support vehicle. Flags in the inurnment garden, adjacent to the church entrance, will remain in place. At the completion of the funeral service, Riders will stand a Flag Line at the inurnment site for the inurnment service. There will not be a separate briefing before the inurnment service. At the completion of the inurnment service, flags will be returned to the support truck, Riders debriefed and dismissed 

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