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The Eternal Chapter

Within these pages the Mettle Republic MC recognizes our members who have moved on to the Eternal Chapter. Here you will find their certificate of entry, photos, memories and thoughts about each member. We are a family; our members never leave the club, they just change Chapters. The mission of the Eternal Chapter is to guard and escort our members on the road and throughout their lives.

Mickey "Ninja" Harnett
Founding Member - Original 18
Utah Chapter
1947 - 2013

Marsha "Mickey" Harnett, known to her MC family as "Ninja", was a California girl born in Glendale. She left behind her sons, grandchildren, mother and her husband of 32 years, Pablo. Ninja made her living in the Aerospace Industry, working twenty five years as a manufacturing specialist and Supervisor.

Ninja and Pablo met and married in 1981 and eventually retired to Utah where they set up a ranch to raise Alpacas. They were active in the motorcycle world and loved to ride the highways and byways of the Western U.S.

Ninja's biggest reward was the love of her grandchildren. Our reward is having known her and her strong personality. She gave unconditioned love. She asked for fairness and loyalty. She fought her illness with courage and she met her maker with joy. No better example could there be.

Joe “Prozac” Nixon
President – Virginia Chapter
1964 - 2014

Joseph Warren Nixon, President of the Virginia Chapter and known to us as “Prozac” was a devoted family man and loving husband to his wife of 27 years, Terry. He was able to see and do what most people plan, and wait their entire lives to do, but never get the chance. Prozac did things his way, maybe not the right way by some and maybe envied by others but he lived his life the way he wanted to as much as time would allow.

Prozac was active as a member of the Mettle Republic Motorcycle Club and an avid member of the Roaring Renegades Mustang Club. Joe loved to travel and made seven cross country motorcycle journeys with friends, solo, and two times with his wife, Terry.

Prozac is remembered by his family and friends as a man who did things his way; he fought the evil illness that eventually took him from us with vigor and attitude until the end. He laughed and loved, rocked, and rolled the road with the best of us. He will be missed.

Mississippi, gulf coast chapter
1955 - 2016

Gordan “GT” Eadie, who was called “Grumpy” by his family and friends in the MRMC, was a Mississippi guy through and through. He left behind his loving wife of 37 years, grown children, and many grandchildren. Retired from Dupont, he passion was spending time with his grandchildren, hunting,
softball umpiring, volunteering his time and possessions in support of the local law enforcement events, and of course riding his motorcycle.

Even though he was not with the MRMC for long, his impact was felt from day one and he will be missed by all. His strength and determination to enjoy life no matter what circumstances he faced set the example for others to follow and he will always be in our hearts and mind.