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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

NWA pilot Capt. Simeon R. 'Sam' Korth

Word has been received of the passing of NWA retired pilot Captain
Simeon R. “Sam” Korth, age 80.
To view the online obituary please visit
http://www.hartington.net/obituaries/obituary-simeon-r-sam-korth/

Thank you,
~ Carol Faulkner, PCN death notice communicator 
death@pilotcommunication.net    

Mesa, Ariz. — Simeon R. “Sam” Korth, 80, Mesa, Ariz., died Feb. 25, 2012, at his home in Mesa, Arizona.
Visitation was March 2 at St. Jane Frances deChantal Catholic Church, Randolph, with a Rosary at 7:30 p.m., at St. Jane Frances deChantal Catholic Church, Randolph.
Memorial services were at 10:30 a.m., March 3, at St. Jane Frances deChantel Catholic Church, Randolph, with Rev. Michael J. Swanton officiating.
Inurnment will be in St. Frances Cemetery, Randolph, with Military Rites by American Legion Post #113 and Alvin-Kessler Post #5545, Randolph.
Casket bearers will be Gina Hamilton, Emily Korth and Luke Korth.
Honorary casket bearers will be all of Sam’s nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are under the direction of Stonacek Memorial Chapel, Osmond.

Sam was born Dec. 11, 1931, on the family farm northwest of Randolph. He attended and graduated from St. Frances High School as Salutatorian.
Sam served in the U.S. Air Force Jan. 9, 1951-Jan. 8, 1955, during the Korean War and was honorably discharged four years later. After serving his country, he attended college at Boulder, Colo. After college, he was an air traffic controller in several states.

He then became a pilot for a number of airlines, retiring after a long career with Northwest Airlines. (Repubic, Hughes Airwest)
Sam was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Mesa, Ariz., and was also a member of the Knights of Columbus. After he retired, he was very active as a member of the Confederate Air Force rebuilding and flying restored WWII bombers through out the United States. His favorite plane was the B17. Sam was well known as a skilled and respected pilot.
Sam is survived by his sister-in-law, Gen Korth, Randolph; nieces and nephews, Anne and husband, Roger Morris, Fargo, N.D.; Bob Korth, Grand Forks, N.D.; Jack and wife, Lori Korth, Randolph,; Mary and husband, Dan Pick, Hartington; Sharon and husband Tim Leader, Norfolk; Debbie and husband, Gerard Arens, Bow Valley; Julie and husband, Brian Arens, Pierce; Michele and husband, Al Arens, Fordyce; Roger Korth, Delhi, Calif.; Terry Korth, San Jose, Calif.; Todd Kort, California; Krissy and husband, Ray Leglu, San Jose, Calif.; 30 great-neices and -nephews; and 22 great-great-neices and -nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Don and Ted.

http://www.hartington.net/obituaries/obituary-simeon-r-sam-korth/

Sam's ashes have been buried next to his father and mother in Randolph, NE at 1030 on Saturday, 3 March. Burial in NE is in accordance with Sam's instructions.

The CAF will have a celebration of life for Sam at the CAF Hangar at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ on April 1st.   I will ascertain the times and let you know.  (From Charlie Mann...rd)

     










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