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Sunday, October 13, 2013

NWA Capt. William David MacNulty Sr.

Marine Corps veteran, NWA Capt. William David MacNulty
June 21, 1930 ~ April 28, 2013

William David MacNulty, 82, of Sanibel, FL passed away peacefully with family on Sunday, April 28, 2013.
He was a native of Towanda, PA and a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. He was a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corp having served as a Marine Aviator. He retired after 31 years as a Pilot for Northwest Airlines.
He is survived by his wife, Frances; sons, Bill Jr. and wife, LeAnn, David and wife, Kippy; grandchildren, Christopher Hussey, Kailey MacNulty and Reed MacNulty.
He was predeceased by his daughter, Jennifer Hussey and his sisters, Ki and Mary. A memorial service will be held 11:00 AM Friday June 28, 2013 at St. Isabel Catholic Church, Sanibel, FL.
Family and friends may sign the guest register and leave a condolence message by visiting www.dignifiedcremations.com  Affordable Cremations, A Dignified Alternative is in charge of arrangements.
I believe Captain MacNulty joined Northwest 04-25-1959 and retired at the mandatory age 60 in 1990.
Captain MacNulty is survived by his wife Frances and their sons.  
MacNultys residence is listed as
Phone: 239-472-3635 
Address:  3049 W Gulf Dr Unit 203 ,   Sanibel FL 33957-5636
Thank you,
~ Carol 

1 comment:

  1. Without a doubt Bill was one of the greatest pilots at Northwest Airlines. Not only a very professional pilot and instructor, but one of the most fun guys with whom you could spend time. When I was a co-pilot I bid to fly with him as often as possible. He and I kept our golf clubs at the layover motel in MIA. We played many rounds of golf together in Miami. My favorite trip with him was my check-out as a co-pilot on the 747. He was the Captain instructor and we flew from MSP to Preswick, Scotland. On the layover there, we rented a cab to take us to Turnberry where we played golf in some really nasty weather. We were the only ones on the course, but because it was Bill, we still had fun. What a special man. When I became a Captain I tried to emulate him. However, I doubt I ever came close. He will always be in my memory and will be greatly missed.