In Remembrance of XL Forum Members Who Are No Longer With
J.W. Bradbury AKA jwbradbury
1992 XLH 883 Hugger
23rd April 1949 - 27 Oct 2006
- - - Ride safe... With fists in the wind....
Chris Vaughan AKA Wiffy
2000 XLH 883 Hugger
12th May 1954 - 17 March 2007
Jimbo Coleman AKA Jimbo999
1988 XLH 883
24th January 1946 - 21st June 2007
Try n' catch the wind
Matt Colburn AKA Matt
30th August 1949 - 24th August 2007
John Germanson AKA Johnny G
19 April 1958 - 5 March 2008
James "Jimmy" Melton AKA Mr Jimi
2003 XLC 1200
30 April 1947 - July 2008
We are not near but we are close !
Lindell "Lil Keith" Skipper Jr.
1998 XL & 1973 XL
28 February 1966 - 27 July 2008
Justin "jtwolf76" Robinson
2006 XLC 1200
4 February 1976 - 28 November 2008
"When a man steals your wife, there is no better revenge
than to let him keep her." - Sacha Guitry
Carl Bertrum "Carl-04XL" Atkins Jr.
2004 XLR 1200
1961 - 9 December 2008
Which way to the egret!
Air Force Staff Sgt. Bryan D.
Birth: Mar. 22, 1984
to the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron of the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force
Base in South Dakota, died of wounds sustained from enemy fire near Bala Baluk
in the western province of Farah. Sgt. Berky was an explosive ordnance disposal
operator, trained to protect military personnel and property from unexploded
bombs. Bryan was considered an elite member of the military's bomb squads
because of his ability and experience. He had already served in Kuwait and
Afghanistan when he was deployed to Afghanistan to serve with Army forces this
The son of William
and Sonya Berky; husband of Erin Williams; father of infant son Harrison. Sgt.
Berky grew up in Starke, Fl., graduated from Bradford County High School.
Bryan's remains will be flown to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.
Richard Martin - XLinAL
Birth: 6 June 1966
Death: 28 April 2012
Memorial by his friend Schmidtrock
Rich died on his beloved Sporty. He especially loved slaying the Tail of the Dragon, HWY 129 NC/TN
Tail of the Dragon
Loved riding the Sporty, playing guitars and his favorite whiskey, Jack Daniels. Was the most dependable and loving friend I've had, and we called each other brother and meant it. Sorely, sorely missed. A void in my life, soul and heart.
Richard A. Martin, 45, of Huntsville, passed away Sunday. Mr. Martin attended the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa and was employed as a department manager at J.C. Penney. Richard was an avid motorcyclist, enjoyed reading and playing the guitar with his friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis C. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Evans.
Survivors include parents, Billy O. and Jimmie Lou Martin of Huntsville and brother, Keith Randal Martin and his wife, Alexandria, of Birmingham.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Patriot Guard Riders or the Huntsville Madison County Library.