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Cullen arrived back in Indiana at the Indianapolis International Airport. 1st Lt. Cullen’s coach was then escorted by the Patriot Guard Riders west from Indianapolis on Interstate 70 back to the Wabash Valley. 41 towards Sullivan County.
News 10’s Kiley Thomas was in Sullivan County and was there when the procession passed by. Officials were encouraging the community the line the procession route to show their respect as the Patriot Guard escorts 1st. Lt. Cullen back to Bicknell. the procession had made it to the final stop in Bicknell.
Hundreds of people lined the streets in Bicknell waiting for the coach and escort to arrive. The streets on both sides were lined with American flags all the way to his final stop.
Law enforcement not only followed behind but also joined the crowds on the streets.
North Knox was on a two hour delay on Wednesday so students could attend his returning. It was an emotional event that even drew in those who didn know Cullen but wanted to show their support.
I did not know clay but it just obligatory as an American citizen and pay your respects, said Stephanie Larson who is a Knox County resident. entire county stands behind them and support them.
Funeral services will be Saturday morning starting at 10 at the high school. Cullen will then be laid to rest at Bicknell Memorial Cemetery will full military honors.
Memorial contributions may be made to North Knox Scholarship Foundation, 508 West Eleventh Street, Bicknell, Indiana 47512, in memory of Clayton Robert Cullen or Fisher House Foundation, 111 Rockville Pike 420 Rockville, MD 20850.