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BROTHERS SPIKE, GRUB (shooting finger) & KILLER GETTING
READY TO PULL OUT AND FORM THE FUNERAL PROCESSION
Motorcycle Dan was a member of our old Clearwater Fla
Chapter. Which was our first off shute Chapter to fall
under the Orlando Mother Chapter. At 19 years young,
Motorcycle Dan, was not only the Vice President of his
Chapter, But was the very glue that held his Brothers
together and focused, on the Club we all were trying to
build. Being a Motorcycle Mechanic and an early Bike
Builder in his own right, He had spent the last couple
months of the year, completely rebuilding his 1973
ShovelHead, from the wheels up. Finally, able to get his
Pride & Joy back on the road, He was eager to get his
break-in miles in on the fresh motor before the annual
upcoming Holiday Parties scheduled between both our
Chapters. One night (Friday the 13th) while he was out
putting on these miles, at a high rate of speed, it started
raining. Up ahead, a Lady pulled her car out directly in
front of him and then immediately stopped to make a left
hand turn. With no time to react, Motorcycle Dan hit her,
he went up over the handlebars into her rear window,
then flew out into the path of an oncoming speeding car,
and going completely through the car's front windshield.
This sudden and grisly death of such a beloved Brother
was devastating to us all, but our Clearwater Brothers
were so distraught, that it pretty much set in motion the
demise of that Chapter, with two Brothers going off in
mourning, trying to deal with his death, then a couple
Brothers ask to transfer to Orlando and within a year, the
remaining Brothers would eventually all move up to north
Florida, to help form and make up the core of our new
Pensacola Chapter. Ride in Peace Brother, We Miss You.

    
   WARLOCK FOREVER FOREVER WARLOCK!  
We would like to acknowledge and thank Motorcycle Dan's Mother Evelyn, Who when
contacted after all these years, Graciously supplied us with the above picture of our old
Brother.  On back of picture she wrote " MOTORCYCLE DAN,  HE WAS A GOOD MAN
AND MY ONLY CHILD AND I MISS HIM. THANK YOU FOR REMEMBERING HIM.  Evelyn."