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John Gretzinger

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he family of Los Angeles Police Officer Jose Anzora, Serial No. 40828 and the Los Angeles Police Department invite the Patriot Guard Riders to participate in their loved one's funeral services. We are honored to accept this invitation.

Officer Anzora was a 10 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department assigned to Newton Area, Gang Enforcement Detail. He was known by his supervisors and peers as a hard working officer. He made less experienced officers feel at ease and always had a big infectious smile. He truly tried to make a difference in the community.

Officer Anzora's wife, Heather remembers Jose was so ready to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a police officer.. He loved every minute of the job. He loved fishing, spontaneous adventures, getaways and those lazy days they spent together.

Sadly, on 03 MAR 21, while assisting fellow officers at the scene of a traffic accident he was struck by a vehicle and succumbed to his injuries.

Jose is survived by his wife, Heather; mother, Teresa and brothers, Nelson, Carlos and Marcopolo.

Note: This notice is to facilitate your voluntary participation in honoring this military veteran. For those interested all PGR are welcome.

NOTE: COVID-19 protocols are still in force.  Wear your mask, keep physical distance, and follow any guidance from Cemetery Officials

Time Table for Wednesday, 21 APR 21

0800 hrs  Stage at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 21300 Via Verde,  Covina, CA., 91734 https://goo.gl/maps/yNBdUtehekeCH1Zo8
0815 hrs  Mission briefing
0830 hrs Standby for flag line for hero and family

Ride Captain
Paul (PeaceKeeper) Anderson

Downey, CA
310.717.3656
PeaceKeeper1944@gmail.com

Blessed are the Peacemakers

You do not have to be a Veteran or motorcycle rider to attend this mission.  Everyone is welcome.  We encourage those who do not ride to attend in their car.  If this is your first mission, go to the initial staging area and you will be briefed by the Ride Captain (R/C).  Dress for motorcycle riding or casually if you are in a car (cage).  For the sanctity of the mission and out of respect for the hero and family, no shorts or other inappropriate attire.
John D. Gretzinger
MAJ, AVN, USA (Ret.)
61st Avn Co (AHC) - Lucky 15
SoCal PGR Mission Ops