The Stone County Honor Guard (SCHG) is Organized as a 501(c) 3 Non-Profit Organization


Mission Statement 

  It is the mission and purpose of the Stone County Honor Guard (SCHG) to provide military funeral honors to Honorably Discharged Veterans in Stone County, Arkansas and adjacent counties, if that county is not able to provide military honors. This honor is to provide a last tribute of respect and affection to the veteran who honorably served his country.

The SCHG may provide for special/civil events to honor veterans and active members of the United States Armed Forces as long as said participation does not conflict with the apolitical nature of the SCHG.

 The SCHG was established April 23, 2013 and operates on the generous donations from the general public. This organization’s main objective is to perform a last tribute of respect to any veteran who was honorably discharged.


Stone County Honor Guard Officers

William Stroud


Jack Abrahamson


               Allen Wroblewski


Don Winters

Vice Commander/Chaplain


                Roger Bigalke

                    Firing Party Comander


Funeral Services

Arrange all veteran military honor funeral services with your Funeral Director.

Your Funeral Director will contact Chaplain William Stroud of the Stone County Honor Guard (SCHG)  for scheduling of all Military funeral arrangements.


Abrahamson, Jack - Secretary/Webmaster

Bigalke, Roger - Firing Party Commander

Blakely, Mark

Breeding, Joel

Burrier, Mike

Chiodini, Cindy - Bag Piper

Dyke, Shirley

Everett, Tyler

Kipfor, Jr.

Massey, Ginger

Mullins, Mike

Robertson, Doug

Robinson, Matt

Stow, Darr

Staples, Mary

William, Stroud - Commander/Chaplain

Sumrall, Malcom

Winn, Tommy

Winter, Don - Vice-Commander/Chaplin

Wroblewskil, Allen - Treasurer

Honor Guard Memberships

All Honorably Discharged Veterans with proof of DD 214 Form are welcome to become members of the SCHG.  

Please contact Commander/Chaplin William Stroud at 870-214-1901  if you are interested in becoming a member.