TSgt Charles Caviness

Jan 14th 9:15 am - 9:15 am
US Air Force
Vietnam War Veteran
MRC - Mike Moore

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Mission Summary

 

Classification 

Retired Military 

Military Branch 

United States Air Force 

Military Service 

Technical Sergeant (E-6), Aircraft Electrical Systems Tech, Air Force Com Medal 2OLC, SA Expert Marksman Ribbon, AF longevity Ser Award 4OLC, AF Good Cond 5OLC, Nat Def Medal, AF Outstanding Unit Award 2OLC, Vietnam Service Medal, 1 Bronze Service Star. He was part of "Presidential Support Team" for many years. 

Campaigns

Vietnam War (1962 - 1975)

Mission Segments 

Interment Service 

Obituary

Link to Obituary 

Obituary Text 

Charles Kidd Caviness went home to the Lord Saturday 2, 2021 while at his home in Mansfield Texas. He was born August 20, 1939 in Ashland Mississippi to Zenora and Raymond Caviness.

Charles never knew a stranger and was always willing to help anyone.

Charles served twenty years in the United States Air Force receiving multiple service awards. Charles received the highest award at Andrews Air Force Base Chapel June 18, 1978 when he married Joan Linda Caviness.

He loved camping, boating, snowmobiling, motorcycling, traveling and fellowship with friends and acquaintances. Most of all, he loved God and his family. He always said “Let all you do be done in love.” (1 Corinthians 16:14)

Charles is preceded in death by his mother and father; Raymond Nathaniel and Zenora Kidd Caviness, his sister; Ray Nora Smith, his son; Charles Randal Caviness; his daughter; Tammy Burke.

Charles is survived by his wife of 42 years; Joan Linda Caviness; his son Tory Allen Caviness of Graham, TX; daughter; Lyndy Wargnier and husband Perry Wargnier of Arlington, TX, daughter; Janette Opheim of Bellevue, NE; daughter; Brenda Burke of Bellevue, NE, eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

There is a 60-person occupancy limit in Blessing Colonial Chapel. Also, all persons are required to wear masks inside the chapel.

Charles Caviness's service can be viewed at the following link:
http://video.ibm.com/channel/23866912/video/1hhtsk 

Photo Permission

Yes

MRC

Mike Moore

evermoore58@gmail.com

(817) 228-3240 

 

 

Part 1

 

Segment

Interment Service 

Mission Date 

Thursday, January 14, 2021 

Staging Time 

0915 

Briefing Time

0930

In Position/KSU Time

0945

Starting Time 

1000 

Staging Point 

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery  

Staging Address 

2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy

Dallas, TX 75211 

Map Link 

Link to Map

Details 

Riders will stage at the information center to be briefed about our veteran and the mission. Honor bikes will be selected and moved to the staging lanes. Remaining PGR may proceed on to the assigned committal shelter to set flags and await the procession. Riders will stand "tall and silent" for the interment service that will include full military honors. When directed, at the conclusion of the service, riders will carry the flags to the rear of the shelter to be furled and put away. Riders will then be debriefed and dismissed.

Masks/face coverings are required. 

Support 

No Please hydrate and bring your own water 

 

 

*** SAFETY NOTICE ***

Before volunteering and/or attending any North Texas 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 North Texas Patriot Guard Riders mission understands that they do so at their own risk.

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. 

High Temperatures

It's every RIDER'S PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY to hydrate prior to attending a mission. 

Begin drinking water the night before.  Drink water when you wake up and continue drinking water all day to ensure your body stays hydrated.

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