Family, friends, law enforcement officials, military support groups and strangers will converge on the Monett area tomorrow to say goodbye to Army Specialist Christopher Stark. The Patriot Guard, a pro-military group, has promised to protect the family from any unpleasantness that could arise from protests by the Topeka, Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church; their right to protest at military funerals was recently upheld in a decision by the U-S Supreme Court.  The 22-year-old Stark was killed last week by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.  His burial will be a private service at Jolly Mill Park in Pierce City.