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Background Information

Employment History

Logistics Supervisor

US Marine Corps

Time Member



Coors Brewery

Desden Nuclear Power Station

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Ed Tokarz is a member of the 2007 Hall of Fame. Ed and Ann are from Fredericksburg, Va. Ed is still working for the US Marine Corps as a Logistics Supervisor. Ed has been riding for 50 years. Ann started riding some when dating Ed in high school, he was riding a 1948 Harley at that time. He had a Honda 305 in Okinawa, and bought his first Honda Goldwing in 1985, got his second Goldwing in 1993, he got it free, brought it home in several boxes, it had belonged to a friend, and had been hit by a truck while it was being trailered, looked pretty sad in those boxes. He spent several months putting it back together and sold it for $6,000. He bought another new Goldwing, beautiful dark green in 1997, which he kept until July 2008, sold it after he bought the Stallion. He was quite upset when it went down the driveway and he wasn't on it. Ed Tokarz Dick and Mary Schultz come on the ride from Verona, Wisconsin. Ed Tokarz Buzz & Marinan Brewer come on the ride from Dothan, Alabama. I can't say enough about people like this, they are just great. Marinan really made my life much easier this trip. Not only did she have patches made but she also keep track of everyone for me, getting their eMail addresses and just doing the things I couldn't. Thank you so much. In Their Words: We were Married 8/ 21/2001. His late wife died in 1999 and my late husband died in 1997 and the Lord put us together with the help of mutual friends. I have two grown children and he has two grown children. Ed Tokarz Don & Karen Browning come on the ride from Decatur, Illinois. Ed Tokarz Ed & Evelyn Davis come on the ride from Somerville, Tennessee. They have rode all 48 States but this was their first time to ride Old Route 66. They also have the distinction at 75 years of age being the most senior riders ever. They were Mom & Pop of the ride. Ed retired from Coors Brewery in Memphis in 1999 after having by-pass surgery. Evelyn is a un-retired house wife. Together they have 5 children and many grand & great grand children. Ed says this is his last big ride. He has completed that part of his bucket list. You can congratulate Ed & Evelyn on their ride at: Ed Tokarz Steve & Melinda Hamstra come on the ride from Zeeland, Michigan. Ed Tokarz Rich Eltges come on the ride all the way from Holzwickede, Germany. He is Michael Huhnen good friend. More information later Ed Tokarz Michael Huhnen come on the ride from Holzwickede, Germany. Ed Tokarz Jim Engling come on the ride from Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Ed Tokarz Gary Gallo come on the ride from Morris, Illinois. He attracted much attention with the Corvette trailer he was pulling. Maybe he will send me a better picture. He has been married for 41 years, has 3 children and 7 grandchildren. He is retired from Desden Nuclear Power Station. Gary has been riding for 42 years. Ed Tokarz Teri Gentile come on the ride from Matlacha, Florida. She is driving the only Side Car on the trip. Each night she added a special amount of entertainment with her parking lot parties. I think next year she might be our entertainment officer. More information later Ed Tokarz Ed Tokarz Eric Jones come from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was my Oklahoma connection and leader of the group through Oklahoma. Ed Tokarz Jim Nichols come from Quincy, Illinois. Ed Tokarz J im Roberts come from Sanger, Texas. Ed Tokarz Joel Shaffer come from Friedens, PA. Over the days Joel become a good friend not only to me but to everyone. He was a great Tail Gunner, but I think of all his adventures on this trip, his ride from Santa Monica to Colton, California on I-10 will forever be a memory he will cherish. Joel has been married to Sharon for 32 years. Ed Tokarz Jerry Thelander come from Castle Rock, Colorado. He come to Jacksonville, Illinois and spent the night with Sue and I on his way to Chicago. He drove in rain (cold rain) all day getting to Jacksonville but no complaints from him. Jerry has been married for 39 years, has two sons and two grandsons. He retired in 2007 from SKF Bearings, Jamestown, NY. He has been riding for 10 years. In his words: We moved to Colorado to be near married son with two children. Lived here since July 07. Ed Tokarz Bruce Williams come from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Being a close friend to Teri (our entertainer), Bruce provided some music, much knowledge of the road and a lighter side to being a part of the group. Sun burn was never a problem, he just maintained his glow. Bruce is single and retired from the Postal Service in 2006. He has a 24 year old son in college, and like most fathers', Bruce is very proud of him. He has been riding since he was 10 (650 Triumph) and been riding legal since 1978. Ed Tokarz Bobby "Road Kill" Taylor come on the ride from Murchison, Texas. He become a good friend to everyone and was able to take all ribbing about riding a Harley very well. Bobby lost his first wife of 36 1/2 years to cancer and has been married to his second wife (Dixie) for 12 years. He has two children and five grandchildren. After 48 years in the Texas oil fields, Bobby retired. He has been riding since 1949 (59 years). In his words: First wife and I road some, But wife #2 and I have road all 50 states and some of Canada.

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Ed Tokarz is our only 3 time member of the All the Way Gang

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Doug and Ed have been friends since they were 5 years. Edward Tokarz

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