cRc members who

proudly served in 

the U.S. ARMY

Chuck Angie

Ron Beeler

Fred Benenati

Paul Bettis

Howard Boss

Ed Braly

Seth Brown

Dusty Burnett

Jerry Camp

Glenn Curren

Ken Dewbre

Jim Dudley

James Dustin

Jerry Evers

Walt Gage

Larry Hinton

Jim Hoffman

Brian Hunter

Jess Jaques, Sr.

Julie Jantz

Harold Jones
John Kuzmicki

Ray Langley

Doug Lassiter

Charlie Lunsford

Dane Marable

Larry Matlock

Michael Patterson

Ed Paulus (left) 

Roger Scott

Tim Scott

Ray Waldron

cRc members who proudly served

in the United States Navy

Shannon Corkill

Jeff Day

Jack Galbreath

Don Garner 

John Gray

Bill Morris

Terry O'Dea

John Peace

M. Pierson

Dave Saunders

Cedric Wichmann

cRc members who proudly served in the U.S. Air Force

Chip Chambers -no photo available

Jon Sutterfield

Fred Benenati

Ron Borum 

Melvin Devore

Tony Fisher

Al Ginn

Dan Haggerty

Bill Harris

Billy Henry

Terry Kelley

BJ Longenbaugh

Jimmie Martin

Mack Mcintyre

Phil Neely

Bob Pritchert

Randy Riddle

Kevin Sampson

Rod Smith

Ralph Stevenson

cRc members proudly serving in the U.S. Marine Corps

Duane Brosowski
(left in photo)

Tony Lowe

David Elliott

Ken Prewett

cRc members who proudly served in the U.S. Coast Guard

Bill Robertson

Posted June 26 by Jim Roberson:

As many of you know Nath and I have had a sidecar for the last few years. As age gains on us all I realized that I could no longer be safe on this bike. It sat for 2 years before I could get the strength to sell it.

I listed it online and had a response from a guy in up north. He’s a 75 year old, Army Vet with cancer with no idea as to how much life he has left. He purchased the bike not knowing if he has 2 days, 2 months, or 2 years, only knowing that whatever time, he was going out on his terms.

He told me he’s as excited as a child at Christmas. May God bless us, in the gearhead group, with the same love and drive for our chosen rides, as this man, and do our best to pass on that passion to those who come after us.

CRC Member,
Jim Roberson

The oldest known surviving Vet from World War II turns 104.....he survived the Spanish Flu of 1918, WWII, and a VA home in Oregon. A "tip of our hoods from the cRc " to Mr. Bill.....
Posted April 8th 2020 NORMAN VETERAN CENTER 
On Tuesday, April 7th, 18 classic cars and trucks assembled along the entry drive to the Norman Veteran Center for the purpose of a unique drive-by car-show for our Veterans. It began with a lot of horn-honking and hooting and a slow march under the rotunda and around to their social-hall and patio. We made two laps in this fashion. 

The Veteran Center was fully onboard with this event and even had a number of Veterans in wheelchairs outside with their caregivers, masks in place during these unique times. Many Vets would try to name the year of the car as we slowly passed by, and most of them were "spot on". 

Other than having a brief rescue mission with two reluctant classics which decided not to idle along at the last minute, our first in a series of COVID-parades went off without a hitch. Drivers remained in their vehicles at all times and everyone seemed to thoroughly have a good time. Parade coordinator Terry O'Dea said "I was really proud of the cRc and the way everyone rallied behind this and followed our stay-in-your-car requests. 

Ed Paulus is shown below in his 1950's uniform, 
preparing to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the 2019 Norman Veterans Day Parade

CRC VETERAN HONOR ROLE (deceased club Veterans). 

The entire club thanks you for your service:

Al Ernst - U.S. ARMY

Curtis Fore - U.S. ARMY

Tom Hanson - U.S. NAVY

Charlie Lunsford - U.S. ARMY August 2, 2022

Zack McCain - U.S. ARMY

Chuck Norris - U.S. ARMY

David Palmer - U.S. ARMY

Bob Summers - U. S. NAVY

Bob Thompson - U.S. ARMY

Juan Villarreal - U.S. AIR FORCE

Herman Wilson - U.S. ARMY