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Tucson Chapter Color Guard

Formed in late 2009 under the able leadership of Compatriot George Lipphardt, the Tucson Chapter has an active and enthusiastic Color Guard.  We have participated in a number of local, state and national SAR events, and in local and state civic events by invitation.  Two of our members represented the State in national color Guard activities in 2010:  the Pegasus Parade in Louisville in April and the National Congress in Cleveland in June.

Are you looking for folks dressed in authentic American Revolutionary War Uniforms?
If you are associated with a Tucson-area school and would like our Color Guard to come to your school for an event, or to attend a classroom discussion on the American Revolution:
If your organization is having an event to which you believe our Color Guard may be able to add some interest and color, email Color Guard Commander Rick Collins or Color Guard Vice Commander Dr. Ruddell Byrd, III to see if we can assist you.


Videos of the Tucson Veterans Day Parade


Video of the 2013 Parade


Short video of the 2012 Parade

Compatriots, the long-awaited book, "Patriot Ancestor Stories" is now available for purchase.   See the cover and other information.  President John Lyons has put together a 110-page book with 39 ancestor stories of our chapter members. Email John and request a copy.  They are only $20.00.



Below are pictures of the Color Guard Group and some of our activities.
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The Tucson Color Guard group, 19 January 2013:  From top left: Gerald Lawford, George Lipphardt (State Commander), John Niemeyer, Rick Collins, Jim Kimbrough (Chapter President), James Williamson and Al Niemeyer.  From bottom left:  Christopher Francis, William Aurand, John Lyons (Chapter Commander) and Abraham Byrd III (Vice Commander).


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Pictures of the Color Guard group 30 May 2011



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29 May 2017 - Tucson Chapter Color Guard participates East Lawn Palms Cemetery Memorial Day ceremony


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard was privileged to participate in the East Lawn Palms Cemetery Memorial Day ceremony on 29 May 2017. The Color Guard presented the colors as Pipe Sergeant Tammy Simmons played the pipes. Sergio Miranda of VFW Post 4903 welcomed the assembled people. The Sons of Orpheus Choral Group sang the National Anthem followed by Guest speaker Brig. Gen. Andrew MacDonald, Commander of the 162nd Wing of the AZ Air National Guard. After placing of the Wreaths, the ceremony closed out with a rifle salute, taps and a Benediction followed by the Retiring of the Colors by the Tucson Chapter Color Guard.


Receiving instructions.
Group photo.
Ready to march.

Marching in.
At the front.
Welcome by Sergio A. Miranda of VFW Post 4903.

Sons of Orpheus choral group.
Guest speaker Brigadier General Andrew MacDonald, Commander, 162nd Wing, Arizona Air National Guard.
End of the Ceremony.


9 February 2017 - Tucson Chapter Color Guard participates in DAR Presideo Chapter flag retirement ceremony


El Presidio Chapter DAR Regent Sandra Lawford and chapter members performed a flag retirement ceremony at the Marana Library Park on Thursday, 9 February 2017. Assisting were members of the Tucson Chapter Color Guard who also fired a flintlock salute to cap off the ceremony. Firing the flintlocks were Rick Collins, Gerry Lawford and Al Niemeyer.


DAR El Presidio Chapter attendees together with
Tucson Chapter Color Guard members.
DAR Member Penny Brown and Color Guard members
Gerry Lawford and Rick Collins.


6 February 2017 - Tucson Chapter Color Guard participates in 4 Chaplains Service


A ceremony honoring Four chaplains, who gave up their lives in a torpedoed WWII ship so that others might live, was held in Kino Veterans Park, Tucson on Sunday, 6 February 2017. The Tucson Color Guard, consisting of William Aurand, John Bird, Christopher Francis, Gerard Lawford, John Lyons, Albert Niemeyer, Tom Sorensen, DAR members Marcia Aurand and Sandra Lawford, had the honor of placing a Wreath at the Four Chaplains Memorial Wall. The four Chaplains remembered were: Lt. Alexander Goode, Jewish Rabbi; Lt. George Fox, Methodist Minister; Lt. Clark Poling, Dutch Reformed Minister; Lt. John Washington, Roman Catholic Priest. The Torpedoed ship was the U.S.A.T. Dorchester which sank on February 3, 1943. The 4th Cavalry Regimental Band provided appropriate music and Taps; a Rifle Salute was given by the Tucson Detachment 007 Marine Corps League.


John Lyons and John Bird.
Posed Color Guard picture. Left to right: Al Niemeyer, Tom Sorensen, Gerry Lawford, Bill Aurand, Chris Francis, DAR members Sandra Lawford & Marcia Aurand, John Lyons, John Bird.
American Legion #7 Chaplain Kurt Hinson, Commander Chris Hord and John Lyons.

American Legion State Chaplain Gene Chewning and Tom Sorensen.
Color Guard Marching in with wreath.
DAR members Marcia Aurand and Sandra Lawford place the Memorial Wreath at the Wall.

Gerry Lawford leads Color Guard out.
Color Guard marching out - 2.
Color Guard marching out - 3.


7 January 2017 - Flag raising ceremony at the home of Tucson Police Officer Charley Foley


Members of the Tucson Chapter Color Guard and Ladies Auxiliary participated in a January 7th, 2017 Flag Raising ceremony at the home of Tucson Police Officer Charley Foley in the beautiful Catalina Foothills. As a reminder to our readers, Officer Foley was the featured speaker at the Tucson Chapter November 19th meeting. He is an advocate of proper respect and use of the American Flag and he, together with fellow Police Officer Bradley Clark, have dedicated themselves to rehabilitating and flying American Flags on unused flag poles around the Tucson Metropolitan area. In this respect, Officer Foley gave a brief outdoor speech on his project, titled "Flags for the Flagless", to his approximately 60 guests. After the talk, the Color Guard and Ladies Auxiliary marched in and raised an American flag as "To the Colors" was played. The National Anthem was played and a flintlock salute was given by Gerry Lawford, Bill Aurand and John NIemeyer. The Color Guard retired, together with assembled guests, to a great Mexican Luncheon.


Paul Niemeyer & John Lyons
waiting for the ceremony.
Color Guard Group Photo featuring (Left to Right) John Niemeyer, Wm Aurand, Ladies Auxiliary Marcia Aurand & Sandra Lawford, Gerry Lawford, Al Niemeyer & John Lyons.
Guard & Ladies Auxiliary march in.

Guard & Ladies Auxiliary march in, closer view.
Guard halts at flag pole.
Flag being readied for raising. Those participating in this portion of the ceremony were Marcia Aurand, Sandra Lawford, John Lyons & Al Niemeyer.

Flag being raised.
At attention as flag is being raised.
Color Guard Musketeers Gerry Lawford, Bill Aurand & John Niemeyer fire salute.

Color Guard Musketeers.
Color Guard retiring.
Color Guard retiring, another view.

Guests pitch in to a great lunch.
One of the guests, Joe M. Camarillo, Community Outreach & Project Manager for Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation.
Flag flying.


17 December 2016 - Wreaths Across America


Overcast clouds were the order of the day as the Tucson Chapter Color Guard bowed with all America in a solemn tribute to our fallen veterans in the Wreaths Across America project at Evergreen Cemetery on 17 December 2016. The Color Guard, accompanied by the Presidio Soldados, and the DAR, CAR and Ladies Auxiliary carried in the colors with Penny Breedlove bringing in Drifter, a riderless/caparisoned horse, to symbolize our fallen soldiers. Theresa Williamson presented a Wreath at the Fallen Soldier memorial site. A four volley salute was then fired to our fallen soldiers by a Guard detail composed of Chapter and Soldado members. The ceremony was hosted by Gold Star Mother, Sheron Jones. Featured speakers were: Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Congresswoman Martha McSally, David Algeria of the Military Order of the Purple Heart and Ann Henderson, a supporter of our Veterans.  After the ceremony the assembled people scattered to place wreaths on the veterans graves.


Collins leads Guard.
Group photo of SAR Color Guard, DAR
and CAR with non-member volunteers.
Penny Breedlove and Drifter (riderless horse).

Color Guard, Soldados and Penny Bredlove with Drifter.
Guard approaches (seen at right of photo) ceremony site.
Theresa Williamson presents wreath
at the Fallen Soldier Ceremony site.

Riderless horse (Drifter) with Penny Breedlove at Ceremony.
Color Guard prepares for volley.
Guard with first of four vollies.

Speaker, Representative Martha McSally.
The lonesome bugler, George Lipphardt.
The ceremony unexpectedly dropped taps!
Drummer Patla and Rick Collins
at attention at Ceremonial site.

Guard retires.
Wreaths displayed at graves sites.
Mother & Son place a wreath.


11 November 2016 - Tucson Veterans Day Parade


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard honored our Country's Veterans at the annual November 11th, 2016 Tucson Veterans Day Parade.   Participating alongside the Guard were members of the C.A.R., D.A.R., Chapter members, Ladies Auxiliary and friends of the SAR.   For the fourth straight year the Tucson Chapter Elite Guard led off the parade by posting the colors.   Thanks to all individuals that participated in a successful Veterans Day Parade!


Some members of the Color Guard.
DAR member Penny Breedlove with her Colonial Chicken.
Margaret & Jim Bly before the parade.

Civilian John Lyons at the reviewing stand.
Color Guard practice before reviewing stand.
Color Guard practice before reviewing stand (photo #2).

Host - Channel thirteen's Dan Marries.
Grand Marshall Maurice A. Storck approaches reviewing stand. Note: there were co-grand marshalls.
Grand Marshal Phil G. Tveten approaches reviewing stand.

Color Guard marches to reviewing stand
with the colors.
Color Guard marches to reviewing stand
with the colors - a closer view.
Color Guard at attention, preparing to post the colors.

Color Guard and attendees at attention
for the National Anthem.
Anthem singer Amanda Sinned.
Rolling Thunder starts off the parade entries.

SAR, CAR & DAR March in preparing to join with the Color Guard.
Everyone now together.
Forward, march!

Closeup of CAR & DAR.
Chapter President John Niemeyer
in sports car.
Salute by NCO - Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Davis Monthan Air Force Base marching group approaching the reviewing stand.


10 Novemberber 2016 - Legacy School Veterans Day Open Air Ceremony


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard participated in the Legacy School Veterans Day Open Air Ceremony on 10 November 2016.   The Guard consisted of Al NIemeyer and John Lyons carrying the American and Arizona Flags and George Lipphardt as the bugler.


George Lipphardt, John Lyons & Al Niemeyer in Legacy School Courtyard.
George Lipphardt, Al Niemeyer, John Lyons and teacher/Veterans Day Ceremony organizer Peter Schmugge.


15 October 2016 - Marana Cemetery MIAP


The cremated remains of twenty-seven veterans were honored in a solemn outdoor ceremony at the New Marana Veterans Cemetery.  The October 15th 2016 Missing in American Project (MIAP) event is just one of many such ceremonies conducted throughout the year at Veteran's Cemeteries around the nation.  The Color Guard formed twin columns for members of the different services to pass through with the departed veterans remains.  After an opening ceremony the remains were escorted to the columbarium for interment.  Following interment the Color Guard fired a musket salute.  Tucson chapter members attending were: John Bird, Jim Bly, Rudy Byrd, Gerry Lawford, John Lyons and Albert Niemeyer complimented by State Color Guard Commander Steve Miller and Ladies Auxiliary and DAR member, Sandra Lawford.


View of one of the Cemetery Buildings.
Ceremony Site framed at Window
by Army & Navy Seals.
Posed picture of Color Guard with Steve Miller & Sandra Lawford.

Sandra Lawford with Leaning Muskets.
Guard waiting for the Ceremony to begin.
Service members bringing in Urns.

Scene with Hearse.
Ceremony scene.
Ceremony scene - another view.

Sandra Lawford with Flag extended.
Service Members hand off Funeral Urns for interment at Columbarium.
Color Guard fires salute to departed veterans.

Cemetery Guide assists Elderly Lady at Columbarium.


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20 August 2016 - Court of Honor for Marvin Andres Romero and Austin Scott Thies


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard Consisting of William Aurand, John Niemeyer and Albert Niemeyer participated in the Court of Honor for Marvin Andres Romero and Austin Scott Thies at the LDS Church (Bonanza) on August 20th, 2016. The Color Guard joined with the Boy Scouts in presenting and retiring the colors. The Color Guard also presented Certificates of Recognition to the new Eagle Scouts, Austin Thies and Marvin Romero.


Al Niemeyer, Bill Aurand & John Niemeyer ourside LDS Church.
Guard presents Certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout Marvin Romero.
Guard presents Certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout Austin Thies.

John Niemeyer & Bill Aurand talking to George Romero.
Bill Aurand & New Eagle Scouts - Scout Pledge.
Certificate of Appreciation presented to SAR Color Guard for participation in ceremonies.


4 July 2016 - Summerhaven July 4th 2016 Parade


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard and it’s Ladies Auxiliary joined with the Daughters of the American Revolution in Marching in the 4th of July, 2016 Summerhaven Parade.  This smartly attired group had the privilege of leading off the Parade in celebration of our Nation’s 240th birthday.  It was a successful march with many of the group meeting afterwards at Risky Business for a late lunch.  Oh, did I mention that it was the first time in three years that we didn’t finish marching in the rain?  (Photos and text by Al Niemeyer)


Posed Group Photo.
Williamson & Coleman relax before the parade.
The March begins with John Bird leading.

George Lipphardt, John Bird and DAR Bev Giordano in the lead.
Jim Williamson carries the flag.
Last man out! (Al Niemeyer)

DAR Bev Giordano spruces up George Lipphardt's uniform.
Theresa & Jim Williamson before the parade.
Rudy Byrd, Bev Giordano & Family.

Sandy Lawford follows the boys in uniform with everything but the kitchen sink. Incredulous John Niemeyer looks on.
Right behind us, the Mt. Lemmon Women's Club.
Another view of group at start.


3 July 2016 - Pre-Fourth of July "Gatekeepers" presentation at the Rincon Baptist Church


Rincon Baptist Church sign.
Posed picture of Color Guard (Jim & Theresa Williamson, Dr. Rudy Byrd, Al Niemeyer, Rick Collins & John Niemeyer) at Gatekeepers Presentation.

Guard carrying in the colors.
Patriotic rehearsal by the Gatekeepers.

Rudy Byrd, John Niemeyer & Theresa Williamson.
Al Niemeyer carrying in the colors.

Rudy Byrd, Theresa Williamson & Al Niemeyer pose with handicapped woman.
John Niemeyer, Rudy Byrd, Veteran & Al Niemeyer.

Rudy Byrd, with Al Niemeyer, helps young ladies with answers to our early Revolutionary War History.
Theresa Williamson.


2 April 2016 - 1st Ever MIAP Ceremony at Marana Veterans Cemetery


The Tucson Chapter, AZ SAR Color Guard had the deep honor of participating in the honoring of the interment of eleven veteran's remains at the Marana Veteran's Cemetery on Saturday, 2 April 2016.  This Missing in America Project ceremony (MIAP) was the first ever for the newly opened cemetery.  Together with different Veterans Organizations. the Color Guard formed twin columns as members of the different services passed through with the departed veterans remains.  After an opening ceremony, the remains were escorted to the columbarium for interment.  After interment the Color Guard fired a musket salute.  Tucson chapter members attending were: John Bird, Jim Bly, Rudy Byrd, Gerry Lawford, George Lipphardt, John Lyons, Albert Niemeyer and John Niemeyer. The Tucson Chapter ladies auxiliary was represented by Sandra Lawford.  Thanks to Tom Sorensen for stepping in and taking all the great photos.


Motorcycle hearse carrying remains.
Color Guard attendees and Ladies auxiliary Sandy Lawford.
Twin columns waiting start of ceremony.

Hearse at start of ceremony.
Service members carrying remains through twin columns.
Closeup of Service members carrying remains.

View of ceremony from a distance.
View of ceremony from Columbarium.
Holding out the flag.

Air Force Honor Guard readying for salute.
Sandra Lawford and 4 Color Guard
members at columbarium.
Columbarium wall awaits interment
of eleven veterans' remains.

Tom Sorensen, Scottish Piper and 3 Color Guard members in front of columbarium wall.
Service members carrying remains to columbarium.
Color Guard fires salute.


4 July 2015 - Independence Day Parade, Mount Lemmon


The Tucson chapter Color Guard led the Mount Lemmon 4th of July Parade. We won first place! We got to break in the new drum. And the rain this year waited until the parade was over. But it came down hard while we were loading up to leave.


Parade participants: Color Guard Members Bill Aurand, Dr. Rudy Byrd, Commander Rick Collins, Lance Dickinson, Dale Drew, Al Niemeyer, John Niemeyer, Jim Williamson; Ladies Auxiliary Members Marcia Aurand, Bette Dickinson, Theresa Williamson; non member participants Jeff Coleman, Skip Harrington, Brett Kooistra, John Patla (drummer).


15 strong and rarin' to go!
Forming up.
Ready to march.

Here they come.
Here they are.
There they go.



12 June 2015 - Flag Day Ceremony, SaddleBrooke


Lance Dickinson, George Lipphardt, John Lyons and Al Niemeyer represented the Tucson Chapter Color Guard at the annual Flag Day Ceremony at SaddleBrooke on Friday 12 June 2015.  Representing the ladies auxiliary was Bette Dickinson.  The Color Guard participated with other members of the community in presenting different era U. S. Flags to the assembled audience.  Speakers for the event were Lt Kara Riley of the Oro Valley Police Department and former State Senator Al Melvin.


Color Guard Flag presenters George Lipphardt, John Lyons,
Al Niemeyer & Lance Dickinson
Bette & Lance Dickinson, Al Niemeyer,
John Lyons and George Lipphardt


Flag carriers (left to right) Jim Cox (Pine Tree Flag), Peggy Nelson (Snake Flag), Al Niemeyer (Continental Colors), Lance Dickinson (Grand Union Flag), George Lipphardt & John Lyons (Betsy Ross Flag), Bruce Nelson (1818 Flag), Chief Master Sgt Tom Wilson of the Air National Guard (48 Star Flag) and Retired US Army Warrant Office Vinnie Baloccehetti (POW-MIA Flag)


Al Niemeyer carrying the Continental Colors

George Lipphardt & John Lyons jointly carrying the Betsy Ross Flag
Flag bearers in front of the audience



25 May 2015 - Color Guard Visits 30 Year SAR Compatriot Retired Colonel William Lincoln


On Memorial Day, 25 May 2015, the Tucson Chapter Color Guard, consisting of Dr. Rudy Byrd, George Lipphardt and Al Niemeyer called upon Colonel William Lincoln at his home at Broadway Proper. The Guard presented Colonel Lincoln with the Roger Sherman Medal and Certificate for his numerous offices which include the office of Tucson Chapter president in 1987 and a 30 Year Membership Medal and Certificate. We congratulate Bill for his long service to our Country and his many achievements on behalf on the Tucson Chapter, SAR.



25 May 2015 - Memorial Day Ceremony, Purple Heart Park


The Tucson Chapter Color Guard had the privilege to serve as the Honor Guard at the 25 May 2015 Memorial Day Ceremony at Purple Heart Park.  Veteran and Purple Heart recipient Lance Dickinson and Veteran George Lipphardt jointly placed the Purple Heart Wreath at the dais.  The name of each veteran that passed away during he past year was read aloud with a tolling of a bell for each individual named.  The event was sponsored by the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Fort Lowell Chapter.  They were careful to thank the Color Guard for assisting and acknowledged each member attending by name: Dr. Rudy Byrd, Lance Dickinson, George Lipphardt, Albert Niemeyer, John Niemeyer and James Williamson.  Unnamed but contributing much to the day's event were Ladies Auxiliary members Marcia Aurand, Bette Dickinson and Theresa Williamson.  In attendance and posing for our camera was WWII Veteran USMC Quartermaster Sergeant Shirley Crowell.  What an inspiration she and other veterans are to our nation.  Keeping the attendees at the ceremony hydrated fell into the able hands of the young ladies of Girl Scout Troop 1986.


Color Guard and Ladies Auxiliary pose with Purple Heart Wreath.

The Williamsons and Bette Dickinson pose with Girl Scouts from Troop 1986.

 Ladies Auxiliary members Bette Dickinson, Theresa Williamson and Marcia Aurand display appropriate use of their period fans.

The University of Arizona Alumni Band playing with  gusto.

Purple Heart Wreath Presenters George Lipphardt and Lance Dickinson.

Patriot Frank W. Giroux speaks to the group assembled to honor those who served, bled and made the ultimate sacrifice.

Color Guard at attention.

Bette Dickinson, WWII USMC Veteran Shirley Crowell and Jim Williamson.
Tolling of the Bell for those veterans that have died during the past year.



20 May 2015 - Ironwood Elementary School, Marana


May 20th, 2015 found the Tucson Chapter Color Guard giving talks to fifth grade students at the Ironwood Elementary School.  As it so happens it was the next to last day before the children were to be dismissed for summer vacation.  Giving talks to the assembled students were Dr. Rudy Byrd, Jim Bly, State President George Lipphardt, Al Niemeyer, Jim Williamson and Ladies Auxiliary Theresa Williamson.  After the talks the children reviewed a display of various 18th century weapons and other paraphernalia.  The afternoon session was topped off with a schoolyard musket firing by Rudy Byrd.  It was another enjoyable and enriching afternoon for the Color Guard.


Color Guard visits Ironwood School 5th graders.
Rudy Byrd talking with students.

Jim Williamson talking with students.

Jim Bly talking with students.

Al Niemeyer talking with students.

George Lipphardt presents the history of our flag.

Jim Williamson presents a book about life in Colonial times to Principal Eric Abrams.
Theresa Williamson and Color Guard
with students.
Boom!  Rudy Byrd fires a musket.



15 May 2015 - Marshall Elementary School, Tucson


On a cool May 15th afternoon in Northeast Tucson, the Tucson Chapter Color Guard consisting of Bill Aurand, Dr. Rudy Byrd, Al Niemeyer and Ladies Auxiliary Theresa Williamson, each gave talks to over 50 Fourth and fifth grade students at the Marshall Elementary School.  The children responded enthusiastically to the talks and the display of 18th century weapons and other paraphernalia.  The afternoon session was topped off with a schoolyard firing of muskets by the color guard.  It was an enjoyable afternoon.


Rudy Byrd explains exhibits to students.

Rudy Byrd, Bill Aurand, Theresa Williamson and Al Niemeyer with students.
Theresa Williamson with teacher and students.

Theresa Williamson talks to students while Bill Aurand waits his turn.

Bill Aurand talks to students.

It's showtime!


1 May 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Couthouse, Tucson


George Lipphardt, Old Pueblo Chapter DAR member Susan Murphy, Gerry Lawford.
Al Niemeyer, Gerry Lawford, New Citizen, George Lipphardt.
Gerry Lawford, Al Niemeyer, New Citizen, George Lipphardt.


Gerry Lawford, Judge Rosemary Marquez, Jim Bly.
Judge Marquez sought ought the Color Guard to thank us.
Al Niemeyer, WWII P47 Thunderbolt Pilot Bob Mathews,
Jim Bly, Gerry Lawford.



17 April 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Couthouse, Tucson


Jim Bly, Al Niemeyer, New Citizen,
Gerry Lawford.
Large police family with New Citizen, Jim Bly, Gerry Lawford.



10 April 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Couthouse, Tucson


Gerry Lawford, New Citizen, Al Niemeyer.
Gerry Lawford, New Citizen & her sister, Al Niemeyer.



20 March 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Couthouse, Tucson


Al Niemeyer, Lance Dickinson, New Citizen & family,
Gerry Lawford.
Lance Dickinson, New Citizen & family, Gerry Lawford.



13 March 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Courthouse, Tucson


Gerry Lawford at the podium,speaking to the New Citizens.
Gerry Lawford, Lance Dickinson, Judge Brenda H. Whinery, & Al Niemeyer.
Jim Bly and Lance Dickinson present the colors at the Naturalization Ceremony.

Taking the oath.

Lance Dickinson, Al Niemeyer, New Citizen, Gerry Lawford, Jim Bly.
Three New Citizens from the same family with family members; Lance, Al, Gerry, Jim.



27 February 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Courthouse, Tucson


images/cg2015-02-27-s.jpg Ft Huachuca Army personnel, civilian with child, Al Niemeyer, Lance Dickinson & Gerry Lawford.



20 February 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Courthouse, Tucson


Color Guard joins new citizens and others in Salute to the flag.
James Bly, Bill Aurand, New Citizen, Jerry Lawford, Al NIemeyer.



23 January 2015 - Naturalization Ceremony, United States Courthouse, Tucson


Color Guard and Judge Leslie Bowman join with the new citizens in the Salute to the flag.
George Lipphardt, Judge Leslie Bowman, Gerry Lawford,
Al Niemeyer.

George Lipphardt, New Citizen, Al Niemeyer, Gerry Lawford.
George Lipphardt, Gerry Lawford, New Citizen, Al Niemeyer.


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