LaVoy Finicum Blue Tarp – BUMPER STICKERS – SHIRTS – DECALS – YARD SIGNS – FLAGS – MAGNETS

 

LaVoy Finicum Blue Tarp

LaVoy Finicum Blue Tarp  – BUMPER STICKERS – SHIRTS – DECALS – YARD SIGNS – FLAGS – MAGNETS

LaVoy Finicum Blue Tarp Cowboy

LaVoy Finicum Blue Tarp Cowboy

This bumper stickers are a dignified stylish, yet easy, way to use the blue tarp to show recognition and remembrance of LaVoy Finicum and that his American Patriotism will not be forgotten.

LaVoy has been affectionately called the ‘Tarpman’, due to him using the blue tarp at the refuge.

smiling tarpman

Since his death a blue tarp has become a symbol to show remembrance of him. A blue tarp was cut into small pieces and pinned on attendees’ clothing at his funeral.   Blue tarps have been hung on the side of a hill and also a house. You will probably also see them used in many other creative and imaginative ways.

tarp on houseBlue tarp with pinBlue tarp on mountain

Lavoy Finicum had gone to Burns, Haney County, Oregon to attend a peaceful protest  in support of the  Hammond family ranchers who had been so unjustly sentenced and fined.  LaVoy and some other ranchers stayed to educate ranchers and others  in that area that were being oppressed as to the Constitution and their God-given rights. They were also uncovering corruption and unlawful conduct of key figures in that county.  The day he was killed and the other ranchers were arrested, they were on their way to a neighboring county to educate and give their message of hope to a gymnasium full of people that had gathered to hear them.

The following brief synopsis of his life was taken from his obituary.  Robert LaVoy Finicum was born on January 27, 1961 in Kanab, UT and was murdered the day before his 55th birthday, January 26, 2016. LaVoy was married to Deborah Jeanette Finicum on February 18, 1994, together they have 11 children and 19 grandchildren with 3 more on the way.   Over the course of the last 19 years he was able to mentor over 50 foster boys in his home.   He loved working on his ranch and teaching his children how to ride horses, brand cattle, and most of all, to follow Christ.  LaVoy loved God, his family, and his country.  He believed that the Constitution of the United States was inspired by God and he was willing to, and did, die while defending those freedoms stated within.

Following are some links for more information about LaVoy Finicum, his family, and ongoing events:  onecowboystandforfreedom.com ; lavoyfinicumsfamilystandforfreedom.blogspot.com ; there are also many facebook pages – a few are:  LaVoy Finicum’s Memorial Events;  LaVoy Finicum’s Stand For Freedom #Liberty Rising;  LaVoy Finicum; One Cowboy’s Witness #Liberty Rising;  Robert “LaVoy” Finicum Supporters;  and National STAND BY ME for Liberty.