I was home on a 30 day leave from Nam into my second of three tours in Special Forces. My cousin Dick (RIP) introed me to some club members and I road my 53 Panhead chopper with many of his Brothers. Was asked to hang around and prospect when out of the service and I did a bit and rode with one for years. I always wished I did. But stayed independent. I was always treated with respect and gave respect back. Good times were had with good people. Keep the rubber on the road Brothers
smoke,son of manson said:July 6, 2014 2:15 pm PST
Much love to all IHMC members and family.
Jason Graves said:July 6, 2014 11:41 am PST
Met a few of you guys here and there and really awesome people!!
Candy Shelton said:July 4, 2014 8:07 am PST
Boss Shelton was my first husband. We had a lot of great memories shared.
Susan Owens (TINY'S daughter) said:June 28, 2014 4:53 pm PST
I just stumbled across this website and was reading all the messages for condolences on my father TINY. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart and I think I speak from the whole family when I say this. Thank you so much IHMC for all that you did for my father. The funeral was so bittersweet and amazing to see all the support from the members. He was an amazing man in every way. Great father, grandfather, brother, son, uncle and best friend to me and many. The IHMC has been my family my whole entire life and it was my dads whole life. Thank you again.
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