SAN ANTONIO – Funeral companies will probably be held this week for a soldier who died in a helicopter crash whereas on a peacekeeping mission in Egypt.
A visitation will probably be held for CW3 Dallas Gerald Garza from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Porter Loring Mortuary North at 2102 N. Loop 1604 East.
Attendees are requested to put on masks and apply social distancing. There’s a capability restrict of 150 individuals, and guests will probably be rotated if capability is reached.
A funeral service will probably be held from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday at Neighborhood Bible Church exterior Loop 1604 close to Gold Canyon Highway.
Attendees should put on masks and apply social distancing, and not more than 350 individuals will probably be allowed to attend.
Garza was one among 5 troopers killed within the crash. A French peacekeeper and Czech officer additionally had been killed, and a sixth American on the helicopter was injured.
Garza served in the US Military for 14 years.
“He had six extra years to go,” mentioned David Garza Jr, Dallas’ father, who can also be an Military veteran. “He was going to do his full 20. One of many largest accomplishments he had was that he was simply chosen to the Particular Forces, in order that was an incredible milestone. He served his nation honorably.”
Garza leaves behind three youngsters and a fiancée.
Click on right here to learn extra about Garza.
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