February 12, 2018 marks the 55th anniversary of the loss of Flight 705. That day our lives were forever changed. Today we remember family members, friends, and the crew of Flight 705 with love and gratitude for the time we had with them. Here’s to our collective memories that still capture the essence of who these individuals were and what they meant to us. It is my hope that in the coming years a permanent memorial may be erected to them at Everglades National Park.
Everglades National Park Press Release, February 12, 2013
In memory of all who boarded Flight 705 53 years ago this morning. You are still remembered, and missed, by many.
Thanks to Carol Hall for this poignant article. See page 14.
A special welcome to the family of Max and Ethel Kelinson. Here’s to the memory of your grandparents.
Who would have thought? That one day, so many years past, February 12 could still drag heavy on the heart.
Here’s to a lightening of that load if you still carry it. Here’s to releasing remaining sorrow. Of what didn’t happen in their lives, in our lives, because they left us.
Here’s to their essence, their joy, their spark. Who they were. The good they left behind. What they did while they were here. Remember it brightly. And carry it forward.
In Memory of Those Aboard Flight 705, February 12, 1963.