UMC Colorado Chapter Memorial Page

The Forever Chapter, In Loving Memory of Our Brothers...

Brotherhood

Side by side we ride across this land
Brothers by choice more than the shake of a hand
Damned for the patch you fly
Wanting to be free like the desperados of old
Riding free and being bold
From long hair and leather to the iron on your side
From horses to steeds of steel
The wind is what you long to feel
Brothers in arms protecting each other from harm
Brothers not of kin but Brothers in the wind

Jerry "Skid" Rowe
President, UMC California Chapter
Los Angeles Police Department
Entered This Life: 11/30/1947
Rode Into Heaven: 5/16/2014

Los Angeles Police Department

Skid
Untouchables Forever, Forever Untouchables

 

Brothers not of kin but Brothers in the wind

Michael "Kruiser" Kruse
UMC Colorado Chapter
Colorado Springs Police Department
Entered This Life: 09/07/1947
Rode Into Heaven: 12/26/2013

Colorado Springs Police Department

Kruiser
Untouchables Forever, Forever Untouchables

   
Randy "Sea Horse" Nold
UMC Colorado Chapter and
Founding Charter Member of UMC Florida Chapter

Chaffee County Sheriff's Office
Entered This Life: 06/29/1951
Rode Into Heaven: 12/02/2013

Chaffee County Sheriff

Sea Horse
Untouchables Forever, Forever Untouchables

Jason “Mud Puppy” Long
Nor-Cal Road Captain, UMC California Chapter
Security Police Forces
California Air National Guard
Entered This Life: 07/15/1975
Rode Into Heaven: 11/26/2013

California Air National Guard

Mud Puppy
Untouchables Forever, Forever Untouchables

 

In Loving Memory...

Can you feel the wind in Heaven
Can you hear me call your name
Can you see the tears that fall
This world wont ever be the same

Can you feel the wind in Heaven
When we gather in our group
Can you hear the sound of silence
When we look where you once stood.

Can you feel the wind in Heaven
Can you hear the ladies cry
Can you feel our broken hearts
When we have to say goodbye

Can you feel the wind in Heaven
While the men hold back the tears
Leather clad and watery eyes
And know we’d rather have you here

I hope there is a Biker Heaven
And we will meet again someday
I hope to feel the wind in Heaven
And shake your hand again that day

Untouchables Forever - Forever Untouchables

David "Tex" Ridder

National Road Captain, UMC - Mother Chapter

June 29, 1965 - November 16, 2012

In Loving Memory...

The Untouchables Motorcycle Club is deeply saddened to announce that after a long battle with cancer, another of our brothers has passed.

Red Beard's Chief is quoted as saying "As we would have expected, Jeff fought this terrible disease with the same courage and bravery that he lived his life. In fact, I think that Jeff was sending us a message that what matters most in life are the basics: treat others as you would like to be treated; put the needs of others ahead of your own; and, serve a purpose larger than yourself. That should be his legacy and how we remember him."

Untouchables Forever - Forever Untouchables

Jeff "Red Beard" Timmons

President, Untouchables MC - Washington, DC

United States Capitol Police

1/2/1963 - 6/30/2009

In Loving Memory...

The Untouchables Motorcycle Club is deeply saddened to announce the tragic loss of one of our own. Eric “Junior” Forster slipped the surly bounds of Earth to touch the face of God on February 23, 2008 as a result of a tragic car crash.

Eric dedicated every aspect of his life to public service and his selfless acts of charity on behalf of the widows and children of fallen police officers will be remembered forever. He leaves behind his loving fiancee, Robin, countless family, friends and a sea of Black and Orange that will ride in his honored glory for eternity.

The entire Untouchables Nation

Untouchables Forever - Forever Untouchables

Eric "Junior" Forster -

Vice President, UMC Mother Chapter

Lake County Sheriffs Department

Entered This Life: 08/03/1978

Rode Into Heaven: 02/23/2008

In Loving Memory...

The Untouchables Motorcycle Club is deeply saddened to announce the tragic loss of one of our own. John "Buckets" Hurley slipped the surly bounds of Earth to touch the face of God on September 11, 2005 while returning home from a UMC fallen officer family benefit in Indianapolis. He died as he lived, helping those in need.

John dedicated his life to public service and helping those who could not help themselves, never asking for anything in return. His work on behalf of the widows and children of fallen police officers embodied all that is the Untouchables Motorcycle Club. He loved his family, he loved Chicago, and he loved riding side by side with his Brothers.

Gone But Not Forgotten
His Irish eyes were always smiling and that is how he will be remembered by all who had the honor of knowing him. John leaves behind his wife, Cheryl, and their unborn child. The entire Untouchables Nation stands with his family and they will forever be a part of us.

Untouchables Forever - Forever Untouchables

John "Buckets" Hurley

Vice President, UMC Illinois Chapter

Chicago Police Department

Entered This Life: 04/15/1977

Rode Into Heaven: 09/11/2005