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Monthly Archives: February 2013
The story of Flight 705 cannot be told without mentioning the work of the man who led the investigation into the accident, John McWhorter. According to his very close friend, David McDonald, “John was extremely thorough and professional in leading … Continue reading
Courtesy of an old friend, George Bodem. With thanks for him for taking the time to recall Lee’s life and share it. Thanks to you Lee, and the other stewardesses on board that day. You would have been the official … Continue reading
These women would have been the face of Northwest Orient Airlines to 705’s passengers that day.
Three flowers, and a dear rock, from Sterling Road soil. Grown beneath the purple lilac near our vegetable garden. A tribute to your Grandpa Jack, in honor of his offshoots on this side of the Heil family tree.
http://sarahalisabethfox.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/for-jack-heil/ Subject: For Jack Heil it would seem that there are not too many threads between you and I your exit came nineteen years before my arrival and … Continue reading