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Irma Bell-Robinson

Irma is from Germany. She moved to the United States in 1963 and soon after became a U.S. Citizen.

She lived in Fayetteville, North Carolina for over 30 years. Mrs. Robinson has a son and a daughter. She is also a grandmother of 3. She retired from the Cumberland County Schools and returned to working at the William H. Owen Elementary School part-time. She loves her job because the children keeps her young.

Mrs. Irma Bell-Robinson loves to travel and watch news programs such as "60 Minutes" and "Live with Larry King." She also enjoys listening to "Oldies but Goodies" music. Some of her favorites are Tyrone Davis, The Temptations, Sam Cooke, and Otis Redding.

She loves North Carolina because of the beautiful beaches and lovely mountains.


Audrey "Ms A" Dreher

Born July 19, 1949 in Vivian, West Virginia to Edison and Lenora Kinsey. Reared in the military and graduated from Fayetteville Senior High School on June 3, 1968.

Entered the US Army on February 2, 1976, while serving the US Army she also attended two years of college at Fayetteville Community College where she majored in Bank and Finance. Ms. Dreher retired from the Army on December 31, 1999.

She currently resides in Spring Lake, NC. Audrey has two daughters Masa Kinsey-Shipp, who is a teacher in Durham, NC, and Jessica Victoria Dreher, who is in her 3rd year at UNC-Greensboro, majoring in Psychology. She also has one granddaughter Naes Jahmour Shipp who is 16 months old.

Shortly after meeting Mr.J in 1996 she beagn riding motorcycles and associating with the motorcycle club in June 1997. In January 2002, she became an associate member of the North Carolina Buffalo Soldiers. Ms. Audrey Rugenia Dreher enjoys riding and participating in the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club.

 

   

Carlos "Lowes" Grimes

The Spouses do not want a Bio listed


Patricia "Mama Bear" Grimes

The Spouses do not want a Bio listed


Nadine Hayes

Bike Name - Air Force 2

 


Alice  Kemp

I was born October 14 in Monroe, Louisiana. I’m a mother of five children Marvin, Donna, Deidre, Demetric, and Mark.  After 33 dedicated years to the Ft. Bragg School System I retired.  I’m an active member of many organizations, which include the James B. Dennis Post 6018 ladies Auxiliary and the Military order of the Cooties Auxiliary (MOCA), Melvin Elliott Post 202 American legion, The Club Six NO, The Swing Dance Heritage Club as well as an Associate Member of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club.  My hobbies include dancing, traveling and entertaining friend. 


My Motto is “You tend to yours, and I’ll tend to mine”.

 


Judge Kemp

Retired from the U.S. Army in 1978 as MSG, Currently a Life time Member in the following organizations VFW Post 6018 (Chaplain), MOC. Pup Tent 78 (Ski Pilot), American Legion #202, DAV #46 and Associate Member with the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club.  Currently operate a F150 Pickup truck.  Took my 1st ride with the Buffalo Soldiers to Norfolk, Va. where I assisted member with tools as needed.  On the return trip home, I assisted one member whose bike had a flat tire.  That’s how I got the nickname “Tool Box” I enjoy “People” and are proud to be a member of the elite Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club.

 

 


Coralisa T. Matthews, (Baby-Doll)

 I was born to Cecelia & Charles Coursey Sr., of Port Norris, NJ. I am the youngest of six, with six other half brothers and sisters.  I joined the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1979 and served more than 26 years in the Corp, I am a retired veteran who love to ride her Harley. I retired as a MSG (E-8) in March 2006.  While in the military I have had the chance to travel the world under the (Exceptional Athlete Program) in my younger years of the army. I served as the All Army Track and Field Team Captain for (7yrs) 1981-1988. I also qualified with a Javelin Throw of 172ft-6in, to compete in the1984 Olympic Trials in San Jose California where I spent more than 7 years of training at San Francisco St. University, Hayward St. University California, to get to the Olympic but because of shoulder injury I was not able to compete so I decided to go to college and obtain my degree in Criminal Justice.

I first started riding 1000 Kawasaki in 1983 with the Drill Sergeant Club at Ft Dix NJ, the big bike at the time no other female would ride. Now I ride a real big bike a 2004 Fat Boy (Harley) it is also a back-up bike for my wonderful husband Firman (Stinkey”) when his Gold Wing is down. It feels so good to hear him tell me the Gold Wing is dead! And that he wants to use the real bike my Harley. You should see wrinkles on his face when he tells me honey I need to ride your (Harley).

Throughout my military career I have always been that out going person to plan and sponsor events to help others in the civilian and military community without hesitation.  While assigned at Ft. Bragg NC, I came across the Buffalo Soldiers in 2004.

I became very interested in riding with them because I had a motorcycle and once I found out what they were really about I wanted to join the club without hesitation because of who they were and the history about the Buffalo Soldiers was still being told through this club.  I knew a lot about the Buffalo Soldiers because I taught Black History as a culture training in the military so I knew that with-in myself that I could offer something special to the club when it came to community work because they were doing things that I love to do, fund raisers scholarships and educating our community.

Because the Buffalo Soldiers are a well diverse group of mature professional it has a great impact on our youth and adults when they come in contact with us. Being apart of the Buffalo Soldiers has allowed me to continue to be a positive team player in doing good works in our community.

I married my wonderful childhood sweetheart Firman Matthews in 2005 after 23 years.

I admire so much!  It was all apart of the “Lords” plan that we be together after 23 years to share our life together.

I want to thank all the Buffalo Soldiers for being a special family to me and my husband and showing us that you care when I was so very sick and one year later the same day my motorcycle accident. I have decided not to go out the house on April 22.

 


Valerie Miller

I have heard about the Buffalo Soldiers for many years and wanted to find out more about the organization, but was never been at a place where I had contact with any actual members until the Memorial Day ride with Veterans Empowering Veterans in 2014 and several of the members of the Buffalo Soldiers participated and my husband and I was able to talk to the President of the North Carolina Chapter.

 


Tara Smith

 I would like to be a part of something positive and meaningful

 


Angela B. Wooten

I was born in Madison, GA June 9, 1963.  I graduated from high school in June 1981, and three months later, I traded in tennis shoes for Army boots.  Some of my assignments included Fort Campbell, KY, Germany, two tours in Korea, Raleigh Military Entrance Processing Station, and a total of 13 years at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.  In May 2004, I traded in those Army boots for high-heeled pumps.  I currently work on Fort Bragg as a civil servant.  

I have one adult son, Kevin, who is married to Shanita.  I have two grandchildren, Shaniah and Kevin III.

During my personal time, I enjoy shopping, traveling, and spending time with my Boo  Big Woo on the back on his Suzuki Boulevard.   I hope to one day purchase a motorcycle, but for now, I am content riding on the back with my Boo.

 

 

   
   
 

 

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