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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

NWA F/A Chrysmarie Isaacson, wife of NWA Capt. William D. Isaacson

NWA  F/A  Chrysmarie Janet neé Sherwood Isaacson, wife of NWA Capt. William D. Isaacson
October 24, 1949 ~ December 11, 2013
Word has been received with the passing of NWA F/A Chrysmaire Isaacson, wife of retired NWA pilot and RNPA member Captain William David Isaacson.  It was just a year ago that Chrysmarie along with family and friends threw a surprise parade and motorcycle escort for decorated Vietnam veteran Captain William ‘Willie’ Isaacson, a belated welcome-home celebration for her husband.  Chrismarie, with the aid of the Yellow Ribbon Alliance of the Lower St. Croix Valley, planned for many weeks to pull off the surprise event. 
Born/raised in Minnesota Chrysmarie was 64 years of age at the time of her passing.  A memorial service for Chrysmarie will be held on Friday, May 30th at 11:00 AM, Valley Baptist Church in Lakeland MN.
Survived by her husband Captain Bill Isaacson personal condolences may be sent to
15616 Upper 34th St. S. , Afton  MN 55001-9743
Should we hear of any changes or corrections to our information, we will be sure to post it on our blogspot at
Thank you,
~ Carol Faulkner, PCN death notice communicator
death@pilotcommunication.net http://pcnflightwest.blogspot.com/
From: RNPA News Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 3:10 PM   Subject: Chyrs Isaacson's Obituary. Wife Of Captain Bill Isaacson.

Chrysmarie J. Isaacson

Isaacson, Chrysmarie J. age 65 of Afton, MN, passed away December 11, 2013. Wife of Bill, 18 year flight attendant for Northwest Airlines. Memorial service Friday, May 30, 2014, 11 AM at Valley Baptist Church, 860 St. Croix Trail S, Lakeland, MN 55043. Reception to follow at Afton House Inn. Memorials to American Humane Society. No flowers.
Published on May 28, 2014

ISAACSON Chrysmarie Janet: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - Sunday, December 15, 2013

Deceased Name: ISAACSON Chrysmarie Janet

Passed away Dec. 11,2013 Preceded in death by parents Kenneth and Evelyn Sherwood. Survived by husband, William "Willie"; sisters Patricia Larson and Virginia (Robert) Rheintgen; brother Kent (Maridel) Sherwood; many nieces and nephews. Memorial service to be announced at a later date. Memorials preferred to Humane Society of the United States. "

ISAACSON, Chrysmarie: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

Tampa Bay Times (FL) - Sunday, December 15, 2013

Deceased Name: ISAACSON, Chrysmarie

ISAACSON, Chrysmarie, 64, of Oldsmar, passed away on Dec. 11, 2013. She is survived by her husband, William Isaacson. Neptune Society
Nearly 50 years after returning from Vietnam War, Afton man receives a homecoming
By Mary Divine
Posted:   05/07/2013 
Marine Corps veteran William Isaacson didn't get a parade or a hero's welcome after Vietnam.
The decorated combat pilot said only one person met him when he returned home to Minnesota in 1966.
"My brother Bob. That was it," he said.
Friends and admirers made up for that oversight Tuesday, May 7, by throwing him a surprise parade and a motorcycle escort to a welcome-home celebration in his honor in Afton.
"I'm shocked," said Isaacson, 70. "I can't believe it. Can you believe it?"
Isaacson, who spends the winter in Oldsmar, Fla., flew home to Minnesota with a friend Tuesday afternoon. Isaacson's wife, Chrysmarie, who had driven back from Florida two weeks ago, met them at the airport to make the trip home to Afton.
Isaacson flew more than 150 combat missions during the Vietnam War and earned 11 commendations, including a Silver Star for heroic action. He said he didn't know what was going on when he saw dozens of motorcycles, a fire truck and TV news crews parked alongside Washington County 18 in Lakeland........................................................

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