Ye Olde Car Club members part of funeral procession in Kennewick

September 30, 2013 

Wiberg Funeral Cars

Old car buff and Army veteran, Jim Wiberg, 92, of Richland, is honored by members of the Ye Olde Car Club, military honor guard and members of the Kennewick Veterans of Foreign Wars with a procession Monday to his graveside service at Desert Lawn Memorial Park in Kennewick. Wiberg's flag-draped coffin rides in the back of a 1965 Ford F100 pickup driven by Walt Tamosaitis of Richland. Wiberg's family asked club members to participate because of his longtime interest in cars, said Tamosaitis.

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Old car buff and Army veteran, Jim Wiberg, 92, of Richland, is honored by members of the Ye Olde Car Club, military honor guard and members of the Kennewick Veterans of Foreign Wars with a procession Monday to his graveside service at Desert Lawn Memorial Park in Kennewick. Wiberg's flag-draped coffin rides in the back of a 1965 Ford F100 pickup driven by Walt Tamosaitis of Richland. Wiberg's family asked club members to participate because of his longtime interest in cars, said Tamosaitis.

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