In Memory Of Debbie Pearce June 12, 1962 – February 27, 2017Debbie joined Southern Cruisers in 2006 with her husband Doc. She was active in Southern Cruisers for many years and always warmed everyone with her beautiful smile. She always brought out the best in everyone she met. We will miss her smiles and hugs. She will forever be missed. Ray Griffith December 15, 1953 – March 9, 2014Ray “V Ray” Griffith was born in Bay Minette, Alabama and was a life long resident of Pensacola , Florida . After High School, Ray enlisted in the U. S. Army where he served for six years, with two years as a Drill Instructor. He then proudly served as a Law Enforcement Officer for 32 years with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Department and was the founding member of the Sheriff’s Dept. Honor Guard. Next to his family, his greatest passion and joy was as a Motor Officer.Ray will always be missed by all who knew and loved him…….Rest in Peace….Motor 6 Cherilyn “Sleepy” Cohagan SCC#164025 – Pensacola FloridaMember of the Pensacola Florida ChapterFebruary 1, 1956 ~ February 5, 2013Cherilyn passed away after her battle with cancer. While the cancer took Cherilyn from us, it never crippled her love for others or silenced her courage. It will also never take our memories of Cherilyn. Her friends loved her, and everyone she met was instantly her friend.She had the love of her husband, Merle, and the many members of her family including her son, daughter, step-children, brother, sisters, thirteen grandchildren and great grandchild. Cherilyn will be missed by her family and friends. Her SCRC extended family will forever miss her and remember her favorite saying – FOCUS. Robert “Bobby D” Dudley Jr. SCC#164102 – Pensacola, FLMember of the Pensacola Florida ChapterJanuary 27, 1962 ~ February 14, 2009Born in Columbus, OH and raised in San Antonio, TX. Bobby joined the Navy in 1981 and proudly served his country as a Chief Petty Officer until his retirement in 2001. He continued to work with the military in naval flight training. His real passion in life was working with youth sports programs and spent much of his time officiating softball, football and basketball.Bobby joined the Southern Cruisers in April 2005. When he first became a member, he did it just to find people with the same interest that he had in motorcycling but the fellow riders he met soon became his friend.Bobby was buried at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio with full military honors. He will be missed by all but we can all cherish the memories of knowing him. Gordon “Flash’ Ladner SCC#164022 – Pensacola, FLMember of the Pennsacola, Florida ChapterJuly 18, 1957 ~ July 23, 2008Born in New Orleans, Lousiana. Gordon had a very fulfilling life but was taken from us much too soon. He was proud of his military service in the Air Force, but he was proudest of being an educator in the Poplarville, LA and Pensacola, FL school systems. He has gone on to join his daughter, Marina, who preceded him to heaven and is survived by his daughter Ariel and fiance’ Dana Snider.Gordon “Flash” Ladner joined the Southern Cruisers in August 17, 2005. He was a very active member and volunteered to be the Pensacola Chapter Safety Officer. Everyone he met was an instant friend.