MECHANICSBURG, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man's family is fulfilling his dying wish — to be buried
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MECHANICSBURG, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man's family is fulfilling his dying wish — to be buried astride his beloved Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Read more.
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[Brian Cantrell] - How about we stop worrying about people trying to steal the bike and pay some respect! Mr. Standley loved that bike and it was his wish to ride it into eternity! 18years in the planning. He set up everything and payed for everything. If you don't like it then just keep your comments to yourself!
[Amy Cuckler] - A dying wish is never a waste. People are buried with things all the time or rather... next to it. :)
[Polly Hawk] - Enjoy your final ride Mr. Standley! This was amazing and it brought tears to know that you got your final wish. It is truly a beautiful tribute. Much love from all of us here in Mechanicsburg to the family :)
[Sara Carnes] - He'll be riding the Highway to Heaven :)
[Shawn Adams] - This is cool..if you have the money to make it happen then go for it..That old bike definitely ment a great deal to the old man so I dont see anything wrong with it...
[Shannon Schilling Gawell] - What an awesome idea! Kudos to the family for respecting his dying wish and carrying it out. I am sure there are some greedy families out there that would not have done this.
[William C Grant] - What a way to ride to heaven.
[Patricia Suggs] - Umm do you know how hard it'll be too exume a Harley out of a 6 foot hole? I doubt grave robbers will have the time and tools to take it.
And if the family has money to buy a plot for a Harley, then so be it. My friend recently died was a rider. Would of been cool to bury him with his fav bike.
Ride in Angel, ride on...
[Kim Culbertson] - I can see grave robbers enjoying this
[Brandy Ackison] - This was his wish it is nobody's business or concern my husband loves his Harley & if this were to be his wish you dam well bet it would be done regardless of what anyone else had to say about it
[Michelle Stone] - Ilea Mathis I'm sorry but that was a heartless thing to say. You may think it's a waste but his family does not. Somethings are better left unsaid.
[Jamie Delong Seagraves] - I know several bikers who would be put to rest this way
[Randy Ruppersburg] - how is that possible, you can't even be buried with jewerly, grave robbers, and that bike would be high on that list!
[April Clinton] - I think it's awesome when a family loves someone so much that they do all they can to fulfill the final wishes of a loved one. Ride on Mr Standley.... ride on.
[Lisa Dalton Hoy] - Enjoy your final ride Mr.Stanley.
[Laura Costa-Monteiro] - why is there even a discussion on this? its his bike, his passion, his wish.. stop people..please, especially you Ilea.
[Tammy Hill] - I think it's a cool idea and it is what he wanted. I think if u don't like it find something else to do with ur time instead of continuing to post ur opinions.
[Mark Anthony Payne] - Ever heard of vaults? That is there purpose to keep thieves. Out. Of course this vault would have to be custom made.
[Ronald D Smith] - If you don't ride you would never understand. Respect the person if if you have no idea what its like.
[Wendy Courtney-Cremeans] - Enjoy your final ride!
[Melinda Williams] - Wonders if channel 10 news will cover my death?? Really show respect..this is his final wish not a circus show...done watching 10 news
[Jeff Garrett] - R.I.P Dude Ride in Peace
[Linda Ludwig-Hull] - This has actually happened here in Belmont County many years ago.
[Carol Newland Strickler] - May he forever "ride in the wind".
[Jessica Hardman] - Jeff Prendergast
[Robert Jr Milum] - Amazing, I hope no one in the future decides that old Harly is a collectable.
[Emily McClinsey] - Paula Browning Faulkner does andy know he can do this
[Ilea Mathis] - I dunno. Touching, but I think this is kind of a waste. It's not like you can take it with you.
[Jayne Call Imler] - The only comment I have on this is...Wow!
[Heidi Lewis] - Ride on brother!
Rest in peace....
[Cheryl Boyer] - 👼👼👼👼👼👼👼👼
[Ashley Adkins] - Could have done without the picture.
[Katheryn Neudecker] - It was an honor to watch his final ride, and when judgement day comes, he is ready for the ride. What an amazing tribute.
[Wyatt Riley] - How great is that! Good for his kids fulfilling his wishes!
[Michelle Stone] - Angela Kittel I agree with you. That girl is heartless and she should keep her negativity to herself.
[Alicia Schaub] - Taxidermy. Why don't they just set it up in the family room.
[Annette Farley] - Ride in the clouds , god bless :)
[Adriana Oprandi] - Nunca imagine q podia pasar algo asi en el mundo!!!!
[Julie Morehead] - The road goes on forever!! Ride on!!!!
[Sharon Sprinkle] - IIea Mathis , it sounds like this has nothing to do with you, your criticism is highly uncalled for, this was the mans last wish and god bless his family for giving it to him, so unless you have something nice to say keep it to yourself. A persons last wish is very sacred and should be kept, obviously you ignore peoples wishes or have never been asked.
[Kim Davis] - Well last wishes do come true,it was nice that his family did it for him
[Penny DuplerPoling] - Wonderful he got his wishes !
[Deanna Ramey] - Prayers going to the stanley family happy trails Billy
[Jennie Hiett] - I think it is awesome
[Tina Harper] - This is awesome! & so close to home♥
[Krista Shaffer] - Debbie Atha Judy. Is is the one Dave was working on?!?!?!
[Kathy Ellis] - Sound's like my son-in -law
[Steph Alfrey] - Myssi Whitt, Wow
[Richmond Quatro Quatro Duffey] - Meh... typical...
[Michael Hammond] - Diana Tinon-Hall
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[Lizzie Cal] - So many creative ways to die. It's an art.