We pay loving tribute to brothers that have passed on.
GARY L. STEVENS
"He was truly one of the few good
Orville D. Anderson
Blue Knights Indiana II Member 2000-2008
Orville D. Anderson, 59, died Friday, February 29, 2008, at Memorial Hospital in South Bend. Born April 19, 1948, in Mishawaka, he graduated from Mishawaka High School, was a U.S. Army veteran, and was employed at NIPSCO as a maintenance manager. Mr. Anderson was the former police chief in Osceola and former fire chief at Penn North. He was the treasurer of the American Legion Post #308 and the treasurer of the POW-MIA Remembrance Riders, was a member of the Gold Wing Riders Association, Chapter N, served as ride coordinator, and was a member of the Blue Knights and the Patriot Guard.
Donald S. Williams Sr
Blue Knights Indiana II Member 2006-2013
Don worked for many years in the family business and later became the owner of Williams Plumbing and Heating; 38 years in law enforcement as a Sheriff Deputy Sheriff for both Putnam and Hancock Counties; Chief of Police in Gilboa and Continental; and was an electrician for NW quad ODOT. He was a member of Trinity Untied Methodist Church, Ottawa. He was a member for over 65 years of the Free and Accepted Masons of Ottawa and Angola, IN; over 60 year member of the Scottish Rite of Toledo and Shrine of Toledo and Angola, IN; the York Rite of Ft. Wayne where he was past Commander and recipient of the Distinguished Service Award Grand Commandry in Indiana, Knight of the York Cross of Honor and Knighted Knight Templar. He was a past DEO Grand Lodge in Ohio; member of Allied Masonic Degrees; IOOF of Ottawa, Angola, IN and Amos Ft. Wayne where he was a past Grand Patriarch; member of the Lion's Club of Ottawa and Angola, IN; FOP/PPO; MMCI; Blue Knights; and Gold Wing Riders.
Martin L. Horn
Blue Knights Indiana II Member 2007-2017
Marty Horn was an Eagle Scout then spent 20 years in the Army as a Military Policeman. After retiring in 1993, he got into internet technologies. Together with his wife, they worked on the concept of Any Soldier, with their son, Sergeant Brian Horn, when he was in Iraq. Marty built the website (Anysoldier.com) and maintained it every day for the past 13 years, directly supporting 2,471,050 troops to date.