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Monday, October 29, 2018

Bonnie C McCullough (widow of DL Capt of Mac McCullough)

We were just informed of the death in May 2018 of Bonnie McCullough widow of deceased DL Captain "Mac" McCullough. 
During the period of DGW presidencies of Bob Schorr, Rollin Jackson and Freddy Miller, Bonnie was the reunion event planner for the reunions for a period of time.  She specialized in event planning, and as wife of well-known "Mac" McCullough, one of our senior pilots, she did a most fantastic job of reunion planning  She started "After Reunion Events" which were well received. The activities were fantastic. She was well-known, well-liked and appreciated for her planning of these events.


OBITUARY

Bonnie C. McCullough

October 15, 1936 – May 26, 2018
Obituary of Bonnie C. McCullough
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Bonnie Lou Clark McCullough age 81, died peacefully at Port Orange, FL Assisted Living on May 26, 2018 after a long struggle with Parkinson’s. Bonnie was born October 15, 1936 the only daughter of Victor and Ruth Clark of South Bend, IN. She attended elementary school and High School in South Bend, IN. graduating in 1955. Her first job was with ATT as an operator in South Bend, IN. Living in the Miami area she met Captain Cecil G. “Mac” McCullough and they were married on Oct 15, 1977. In the late 70’s, they moved to the Daytona Beach area. In the early 80s they built their retirement home in the Spruce Creek Fly-In. Mac retired from Delta and they both enjoyed flying and participating in the activities at the Fly-In. Bonnie was a member of the Museum of Arts and Science and very active in the American Business Women’s Association. She was also the event planner for Delta Golden Wings planning many large gatherings all over the US. Bonnie is survived by her brother Nelson (Donna) Clark of Berne, IN., Son Keith (Kim) Corn of Port Orange, FL. Daughter Cindy Clark of Winter Park, FL. Special cousin Sharon (Robert) Brooks of Port Orange, FL. Grandchildren Dennis Jr, Brandon, Kenneth, Shianne, Bill, Elizabeth and Robbie; 10 Great Grandchildren, and many other family members. Bonnie was a member of All Saints Lutheran Church in Port Orange, FL. She was very active in the Children’s Program providing supplies and her time for arts and crafts for Vacation Bible School or the afterschool program. Her creative talents were well known in making hand decorated greeting cards that were donated to the church’s Relay for Life collection. She was also instrumental in creating the layout and display for a 400-piece Bethlehem Village depicting the Nativity every Christmas Season for 17 years. She was a very giving person to local charities and worked at the homeless shelter cooking and serving meals for the homeless. Bonnie was always willing to give of her time to assist anyone. Services entrusted to Volusia Memorial Park, Port Orange, FL. In lieu of flowers please consider at donation to: Halifax Hospice at https://eshop.halifaxhealth.org/foundation
or All Saints Lutheran Church, Port Orange, Fl at http://www.aslcpo.org/donate.html  
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REST IN PEACE..
CPT Cecil Gordon “Mac” McCullough
(Delta hire date 01-09-1946)
Birth :  15 Mar 1920
Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA
Death  :  13 Jul 2009 (aged 89)
Temple, Bell County, Texas, USA
 
Burial :  Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery , Dallas TX  
 
 
Graveside services for retired Capt. Cecil Gordon "Mac" McCullough, 89, of Temple will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas.
 
Mr. McCullough died Monday, July 13, in a Temple nursing home.
 
He was born on March 15, 1920, to Amer Archibald McCullough and Adda May Karr McCullough in Collinsville, Okla. He was raised in Collinsville and attended Northeastern Oklahoma Junior College in Miami, Okla. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the China-India-Burma Theater of operations with the "Flying Tigers" in the 14th Air Force. Among his many decorations was the Bronze Star. He later flew as a pilot for Delta Air Lines for 34 years. He was a more than 50-year member of Collinsville Masonic Lodge................
 
Survivors include five sons, Gordon Mason McCullough of Irving, Jimmy Allen McCullough of Mount Shasta, Calif., Howard Lee McCullough of Camas, Wash., Larry Wayne McCullough of Clemson, S.C., and David Neal McCullough of Tyron, N.C.; 12 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. 

Thursday, October 11, 2018

WA/DL Capt. James L. Barstow

~ IN MEMORY ~
WA/DL Capt. Jim Barstow
October 7, 1941 ~ August 7, 2018
 
Word has reached our group with the passing of retired Western/Delta pilot Captain James L Barstow, age 76.  Captain Barstow joined Western Airlines 06-05-1967 and retired with Delta Air Lines in 2001, and was based 030/PDX at the time of his retirement.
         As requested by friends and family, we pass along this message:
Come join Sherri Barstow for a celebration of Jim Barstow’s amazing life. It
will be held at her home located at 4605 Gravelly Beach Road, Olympia, WA
98502. The date is Saturday, October 27th from 11:30 until 4:00. It is a
casual event. Beer, wine, and food will be provided. You should provide your
best Jim Barstow story.
        Please email Sherri at: Jimbarstow@comcast.net , or phone her at
360-866-7943. She will need a head count for the caterer. If you are unable
to attend, send Sherri a note about your favorite Jim Barstow story.
 
Should more information be received we will be sure to pass those updates along.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park Obituary

James Barstow passed away on August 7, 2018. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park of Tumwater, WA.

Monday, October 8, 2018

NAL/PAA Capt. Edward H. Tegge

... from friends and colleagues.......this news with the passing of NAL/PAA pilot Capt. Ed Tegge, age 96 ........
to view/sign the online guestbook please visit https://www.oakhillfh.com/obituaries/Edward-Tegge/
                Thank you,
                    ~ Carol for the PCN 
-IN MEMORY-
NAL/PAA Captain Edward Harris Tegge
DOB Dec 22, 1921      DOH June 10, 1946      DOD Oct 4, 2018
US Navy WW II Veteran
 
Our thanks to Stan Barfield and Boo Grainger for notification of Ed's passing.
 
Edward Harris Tegge
December 22, 1921 - October 4, 2018
 
Obituary for Edward Harris Tegge
Edward Tegge, 96, of Rogersville, departed this life on Thursday, October 4, 2018, with his loving wife Sylvia by his side.
Edward was born on December 22, 1921 in Camden, New Jersey to the late Bruce Tegge and Mary Harris Cheeseman. He was a member of Rogersville Presbyterian Church, and he was a retired Airline Pilot having worked for National and Pan Am Airlines. Edward was a proud Veteran of the United States Navy having served his country during World War II.
He was also preceded in death by his brothers, Bruce Tegge and Carlton Tegge.
Those left to cherish Edward’s memory are his loving wife of 40 years, Sylvia Tegge; daughter, Rena Phillips (Dr. Hance); sons, Edward H. Tegge, Jr. (Sandra) and Ronald Dean Tegge (Maria); grandchildren, Wendy Gross (Danny), Jenny White (Tim), Karen Kreuzkamp (Doug), Heather Whitley (Alex) and Michelle Phillips.
The family will receive friends anytime at their residence.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, October 11, 2018, at the Rogersville Presbyterian Church, Rogersville, Tennessee with Rev. Rodney Norris officiating.
A Military Committal Service will follow and will be conducted by the Hawkins County Tennessee Post #21.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your local Humane Society.
The care of Edward Harris Tegge and his family has been entrusted to the staff of Oak Hill Funeral & Cremation Services.
Memorial Service:  OCT 11. 11:00 AM

Rogersville Presbyterian Church, 309 W. Kyle St., Rogersville, TN, US, 37851

Thursday, October 4, 2018

NEA/DL Capt. Ronald A. Gargalowitz

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, NEA/DL Capt. Ron Gargalowitz
December 04, 1934 - September 29, 2018
 
Notification with the passing of Northeast/Delta pilot Captain Ronald A. Gargalowitz, age 83.  Captain Gargalowitz began his commercial flying career with Northeast Airlines 01-17-1966 and retired with Delta Air Lines.  He is survived by his wife Carole, their children plus grand- and great grandchildren.
To view/sine the online guestbook please visit the funeral home website at 
Visitation is planned for tomorrow October 5th from 4-8 PM at the Conte Funeral Home, 28 Florence Street, Andover, MA. 
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, October 6th at 10 AM, at St. Augustine's Church in Andover MA.  
For those wishing to send a personal note, condolences may be sent to the family at
6 Delphi Circle, Andover MA 01810-2230.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary............Ronald A. Gargalowitz
Ronald A. Gargalowitz, 83, of Andover, died Saturday, September 29, 2018 at home with his loving wife.
 
He was born December 4, 1934 in Newark, New Jersey to the late Alexander and Teresa (Sofian) Gargalowitz.
 
Ron grew up in Union, NJ, and graduated from Union NJ High School. He then joined the U.S. Air Force where he learned to fly, and was stationed in northern Africa. Upon returning home, he married Carole Barry and graduated from Embry-Riddle University. The young couple and their first child moved north and lived in Parkchester NY for several years to be close to extended family. He then began his career as a commercial airline pilot. With the addition of a second son and a daughter, the family moved to Fairfield, Conn. for three years. When Ron became based out of Logan airport in Boston, the family moved to Andover, where they have lived for the past 43 years. Ron flew for Delta Airlines for many years and flying was his passion. He also enjoyed golfing, cars, traveling, reading, good food, and tinkering with projects..
 
Most important to Ron was his family. He is survived by his loving wife Carole of 60 years, his sons, Mark, and wife ,Jean, Paul, and wife Mary, and his daughter, Christine Yoken and husband Craig. Grandchildren include Michael Gargalowitz, and wife, Laura, Michelle Kelly, and husband Kyle, Sarah Yoken and Andrew Yoken; great-grandchildren include Demetri Semel-Wells, Willow Kelly, and Lucy Gargalowitz. Ronald's sisters include Gladys Metzger and Barbara Simon, and her children Jennifer and Stephen.
 
Family and friends are invited to calling hours on Friday, October 5, 2018 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Conte Funeral Home, 28 Florence Street, Andover, MA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 10 a.m. in St. Augustine's Church in Andover. Burial will follow in West Parish Cemetery, Andover. For online condolences please visit www.contefuneralhomes.com

Memorial contributions may be made to: Catholic Charities, St.Jude's Hospital for Children, or The Wounded Warrior Project.

DL Capt. John Paul Whitehead Jr.

~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Jay Whitehead
June 17, 1939 ~ September 27, 2018
 
Word has reached our group with the passing of Delta Golden Wings member retired Delta pilot Captain John Paul ‘Jay’ Whitehead Jr., age 79.  Captain Whitehead joined Delta Air Lines 06-13-1966 and retired in 1999, based 030/ATL.  He is survived by his wife Joan, their children and grandchildren.  Please see the funeral home’s notice below, and to sign the online guestbook please visit:
For those wishing, personal condolences may be sent to the family at
4559 Cancello Grande Ave., Venice FL 34293-6082.
We understand that memorial services are planned but date is yet to be determined. 
A notice of services will be passed along when known.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary..........................John Paul "Jay" Whitehead, Jr.
John Paul "Jay" Whitehead, Jr. of Venice, Florida passed away on September 27, 2018. He is survived by his wife Joan Whitehead, his son John Paul Whitehead, III, his daughter Jayme Whitehead, his sister Lynne Hawthorne, his five grandchildren, and his niece and her family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society or the Alzheimer's Association.;
 
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Plato Rhyne Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2018 7:40 AM
Subject: John Paul Jay Whitehead, Jr. Online Obituary | Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Home and Cremation Service
.....forwarding the obituary for Delta retiree Capt Jay Whitehead who passed away September 27 in Venice, FL. A memorial service will be arranged later and his wife, Joan, can be contacted at:
4559 Cancello Grande Ave.
Venice, FL 34293
941 496-8905
I am sad to have to pass this information to you.

Plato Rhyne

Monday, October 1, 2018

NWA Capt. Wilmer Patrick 'Pat' Reaves

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, NWA Capt. Wilmer Patrick ‘Pat’ Reaves
June 6, 1936 ~ September 18, 2018

Notification with the passing of military veteran, ALPA rep and retired Northwest pilot Captain Pat Reaves, age 82.  Captain Reaves joined Northwest Airlines 03-11-1968.  Captain Reaves’ obituary and photo may be viewed online at https://kraftsussman.com/tribute/details/1689/Wilmer-Reaves/obituary.html 
Obituary below notes that Captain Reaves is survived by his wife Kathy, their children plus grand- and great grandchildren.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
Obituary..................
Wilmer Patrick "Pat" Reaves age 82, passed away at home surrounded by family and friends and his cat "Blue. On September 18, 2018 he went to be with his Lord and Savior after a long brave battle with lewy body dementia.
Born June 6, 1936 in Anniston, Alabama, Pat grew up in Birmingham, and served a highly decorated career in the U.S. Air Force earning many medals including the silver star, bronze star, and distinguished flying cross during the Vietnam War flying the RF 101 Voodoo aircraft. After completing his tour in Vietnam with 162 missions, Pat flew for Northwest Airlines as an international captain based out of Minneapolis, MN, and was a representative of ALPA.
Pat also lived in Tampa, Fl serving as president of Twin Branch Acres HOA and was a member of the mustang club of America, before returning to his home state of Alabama, where he published a family genealogy book comprised of 35 years of research. Pat had many hobbies and interests including, archeology, history, model trains, mustangs, motorcycles, and horses.
He was preceded in death by parents Richard and Annie Reaves, Sister Aileen, and Brother Joseph.
Pat is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Kathy, son William Patrick Reaves, daughters Shannon Dusek, Mercedes (Jim) Tierney, Mari (Rod) Cadwell, Kimberly Reaves; 9 grandchildren, Matthew, Michael, Brandie, Natalie, Nicole, Noelle, Taton, Aubrey, Cotton; 2 great grandchildren, Skylar and Leo and many nieces and nephews.
Special thanks to his long time loving caregiver, Latrice Franklin.
A visitation is for Pat is scheduled on October 2nd, 2018 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm with a funeral service to follow at 1:00 pm at Charter Funeral Home in Calera, Alabama. Pat will be laid to rest at the Alabama National Cemetery in Montevallo on Tuesday, October 2nd, at 2:45 pm.

Memorials preferred to lewy body dementia Association.

NC/RC/NWA Capt. Robert 'Bob' J. Andrews

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, NC/RC/NWA Capt. Bob Andrews
September 9, 1929 – September 1, 2018
 
Notification with the passing of retired North Central/Republic/Northwest pilot Captain Robert J. Andrews, age 88.  He is survived by his wife Donna plus many other friends and family members.  Captain Andrews’ obituary may be viewed online at
Should more news be received we will be sure to pass it along.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary.................... 
Bob Andrews, 88, passed away Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018, at Kindred Pulmonary Hospital, Melbourne, Fla.
 
A celebration of life will be held at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Remer, Minn., Oct. 20 at 11 a.m., including the internment of ashes, and a reception.
 
Born to Walter and Kathryn Andrews Sept. 9, 1929, in Crosby, Minn, Bob grew up in Remer. He was the oldest son, with seven sisters and one brother.
 
Serving in the Army Engineer Transportation Corps after World War II, he was stationed near Yokohama at age 17 during the occupation of Japan. He was certified to drive every type of moving vehicle in the army, and he drove all but one. He was recalled for the Korean War from 1950-51.
 
Flying was one of Bob's great loves. Bob got his commercial pilot's license in 1956, and began flying for North Central Airlines in 1957. He served as a pilot for North Central, Republic and Northwest Airlines. When he retired in 1989, he had flown DC-3's, Convair 440's and 580's, and DC-9's, and had seen the airline industry grow from regional "puddle-jumpers" to international long-distance carriers.
 
Some of his other loves were heavy equipment, friends and family. He kept in touch with many people, from near and distant family and relatives, to people he flew with as a young co-pilot while learning the craft. He was the type of person who could strike up a conversation with nearly anyone, and he did.
 
He married his first wife Dolores Georgia in 1949, and had three children, R. Scott, Thomas and Candace. They lived in Minnesota, Michigan, and Colorado. They subsequently divorced.
 
In 1991, Bob married Donna Palmer. Their marriage brought him two stepchildren, Lynn and Mike. After his retirement, he and Donna lived in Walker, Minn., then moved to Grant, Fla., in 1999. They greatly enjoyed their retirement years and travelled extensively throughout the country in their RV.
 
Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Kathryn; sisters Shirley, Janice and Barbara; and first wife Dolores.
 
He is survived by his wife Donna; children R. Scott, Thomas (Lora) and Candace; stepchildren Lynn (Jeff) Waska and Mike (Tina) Palmer; grandchildren Alexandra "Sasha," Schyler, Hailee and Joseph (Waska); great-grandson Parker; and siblings Elizabeth "Bette" (Glenn) Swankier, Darlyne (George) Coffman, Kathryn "Kay" (Duane) Beaugard, Patricia (Richard) Engen and James (Bridget) Andrews.
 

He is missed by many.

NWA/DL Capt. Theodore Lee Fuss II, LCDR USNR

~ IN MEMORY ~
USNR LCDR, NWA/DL Capt. Theodore Lee Fuss II
August 21, 1957 - September 25, 2018
 
Notice with the passing of NWA/DL pilot Captain Theodore Lee Fuss II, Lt. Commander (Ret.), U.S. Navy Reserve, age 61.  Captain Fuss began his commercial aviation career 02-20-1987.  Please see available information below.
To view/sign the online guestbook please visit https://www.schoedinger.com/obituaries/Theodore-Fuss/
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary............
LCDR Theodore Lee Fuss II, USNR, passed away in Gahanna, Ohio on September 25th at the age of 61. Ted graduated from GLHS in 1975 and The Ohio State University in 1979. He was a fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy and a captain for Northwest and Delta Airlines. Ted is survived by his three sons; David (Elizabeth), Andrew and Thomas, his wife, Lisa, and his parents Theodore and Lorna Fuss, niece Jill McInerney (Derek) and nephew Lee Auer. He was preceded in death by his sister, Peggy Fuss Auer. Visitation will be held from 1:00 – 4:00 PM and the memorial service will begin at 4:15 PM on Saturday, October 6th at Schoedinger Northeast, 1051 E. Johnstown Rd., Gahanna. Inurnment will be held at a later date at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego with full military honors.
In lieu of flowers, please honor veterans in Ted's name at www.GarySiniseFoundation.org.
Letters of condolence can be left online or by mail at www.schoedinger.com 
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Full obituary for Theodore Lee Fuss II........................
Theodore Lee Fuss II, Lt. Commander (Ret.), U.S. Navy Reserve, passed away in Gahanna, Ohio surrounded by his loving family on September 25th at the age of 61.
 
Ted was the President of the Class of 1975 at Gahanna Lincoln High School and graduated with honors from The Ohio State University in 1979. He was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Navy from OSU's NROTC program and received his wings of gold in 1982. Ted was a Top Gun fighter pilot, flying F-14 Tomcats, and later served as a Captain at Northwest and Delta Air Lines.
 
A passionate sportsman and dedicated, revered coach, he helped establish local youth lacrosse teams, including the Gahanna Lincoln High School team. You could find him flying exotic kites, sailing, boating and fishing. His passions were aviation, lacrosse, the Buckeyes, music and dancing. Although his moves were legendary, he was too modest to appear on "Dancing with the Stars." It was their loss.
 
Ted considered his greatest accomplishment, by far, to be his three sons; David (Elizabeth), Andrew and Thomas, who survive him along with his loving wife of 35 years, Lisa. Additionally, he is survived by his parents, Theodore and Lorna Fuss, niece Jill McInerney (Derek), and nephew Lee Auer. He was preceded in death by his sister, Peggy Fuss Auer.
 
It is with great joy that his life will be honored and celebrated with a visitation to be held from 1:00 - 4:00 PM and a memorial service with military honors beginning at 4:15 PM on Saturday, October 6th at Schoedinger Northeast, 1051 E. Johnstown Rd., Gahanna with Kai Nilson, officiant. Inurnment will be held at a later date at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego with full military honors.
 
In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions in Ted's name to honor veterans through the patriotic <http://patrioticwww.garysinisefoundation.org/>www.GarySiniseFoundation.org <http://patrioticwww.garysinisefoundation.org/> or by mail to Gary Sinise Foundation, PO Box 368, Woodland Hills, CA 91365.
 

Letters of condolence can be sent by mail to the funeral home. Please feel free to post photographs on this website.

DL Capt. Anthony M. Paradowski

~ IN MEMORY ~
Air Force veteran, DL Capt. Anthony Michael Paradowski
July 24, 1957 - June 15, 2018
 
Belated notice and as noted in the latest ALPA publication’s “In Memoriam” column, the passing of Delta pilot Captain Anthony Michael Paradowski, age 60.  We see that Captain Paradowski joined Delta Air Lines 07-24-1987.  He is survived by his wife Katie, his children and grandchildren.  Captain Paradowski’s obituary may still be viewed online at  
 To view the online guestbook please visit 
  Read more of Tony’s life story and his love of community and Christmas light displays at https://www.ajc.com/news/local-obituaries/tony-paradowski-decatur-maestro-christmas-light-magic/WfBsVBzmBDGMbLEL7n6TqO/ 
If more news is received we will be sure to pass it along.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary.....................Anthony Michael Paradowski, 60, of Decatur, Ga., died unexpectedly on June 15, 2018 of natural causes. A Delta pilot for 31 years, he had just returned from Sacramento when he collapsed at home.  A memorial service is scheduled for June 23, with a noon visitation and 1 p.m. service in the chapel at A.S. Turner & Sons, 2773 North Decatur Road, Decatur.
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Read more about Tony Paradowski on ajc.com:  Tony Paradowski, 60: Decatur’s maestro of Christmas-light magic........


...........Paradowski was born July 24, 1957, in Buffalo, N.Y., where he grew up. He attended the Air Force Academy, graduating in 1979 with a degree in aeronautical engineering. He remained in the Air Force until joining Delta in 1986, living 10 years in San Antonio before moving to metro Atlanta in 1997. He and Katie Paradowski married in 2005, the third marriage for both........
In recent years Paradowski’s Delta schedule had him working 14 days monthly, leaving time to pour his engineering and woodworking skills into Christmas........

Paradowski is survived by his wife Katie Paradowski, his daughters Lindsey Turner, Emily Ciccone and Taylor Goolsby, and grandchildren ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬Blakely Goolsby, Macy Turner and Knox Turner.

Mary Helen Collins, dghtr-in-law of DL Capt. Glen/Ruthie Collins

~ IN MEMORY ~
Mary Helen Collins, daughter-in-law of DL Capt. Glen & Ruthie Collins
APRIL 7, 2018 ~ SEPTEMBER 27, 2018
 
To view/sign the online guestbook for Mary, please visit
            Thank you,
                        ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary..................
Mary Helen Collins age 54 passed away from this life to be with her Savior Lord Jesus Christ on September 27th 2018 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
 
Mary Helen Collins was a wonderful wife to Glen Charles Collins for twenty  years and a beloved mother of two children Maryssa Helen Collins and Taylor Texada Collins.
 
Mary grew up in Alexandria, LA where she attended Alexandria Senior High School. After High School Mary attended college at Northeast College in Monroe, LA where she received a BS degree in Nursing. Soon after graduating college Mary moved to Pensacola, FL where she fulfilled her lifelong dream to live near the ocean.  Mary worked as an Emergency Room Nurse, Cath lab Nurse and Air Ambulance Flight Nurse and held many titles in the hospital such as Charge Nurse and House supervisor.  After Mary left clinical nursing she worked as a Legal Nurse Consultant for a defense only law firm. Of all the job titles Mary held, the most coveted position was Mother, of Taylor and Maryssa.
 
Mary will always be remembered as a person that loved life and always wanted everything she did for others to be extra special. Mary was an avid LSU football and baseball fan who never missed a game.  Mary was actively involved in Taylor and Maryssa’s school and spent many hours volunteering as a room mom in their early school years.  Mary was very proud of her two children and is responsible for the kind, caring and compassionate young man and woman they are today.
 
Mary was preceded in death by her parents, James Pintard Texada Sr. and Mary Josette Texada.
 
Those left to cherish her memory include her loving husband Glen Charles Collins, her two children Taylor Texada Collins and Maryssa Helen Collins, her brother James Pintard Texada Jr, and wife Leigh Ann Texada, her sister Beverly Anne “Dee Dee” Texada and beloved family members Karen Texada, Madison Texada and Morgan Texada.
 
Visiting hours will take place at Resthaven Funeral Home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana between 12:00 and 2:00 pm on October 2, 2018 followed by a memorial service at 2pm.
 
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From: beavan2003@yahoo.com   Subject: Death of Daughter in Law Mary Collins in Baton Rouge, La.
..................... information to you from Ruthie and Glen Collins, former MSY based  Delta Flight attendant and Captain.
Mary Collins daughter in law of Ruthie and Glen Collins died Thursday September 27th in Baton Rouge.  Mary was the wife of their son Glen.
There will be a funeral service to be held at the Resthaven Gardens of Memories and Funeral Home on October 2nd  in Baton Rouge  address follows:  11817 Jefferson Hwy., Baton rouge, La. 70816
Condolences may be sent to Ruthie and Glen at their home in Acworth Ga.

5718 Brynwood Circle NW, Acworth, Ga. 30101-4583

Jeanie Hulbert, wife of NWA Capt. Dave Hulbert

From: RNPA News Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2018 6:51 PM
 
~ IN MEMORY ~
Jeanie Hulbert, wife of NWA Capt. Dave Hulbert 
Dec. 12th 1940 - Sep. 27th 2018
 
Dave Hulbert Writes:
Jeanie Hulbert, Wife of Dave Hulbert Passed away at age 77 from a sudden heart attack. She was a remarkable woman with extraordinary talents in the arts of every kind. She was a devoted wife and mother and an active and faithful Christian. She will leave behind a train of broken hearted friends, church members and family in North Scottsdale.
 
A memorial is planned for Jeanie at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, 34605 N. Tom Darlington Drive, Scottsdale AZ (NE corner of the int. of N Scottsdale and Carefree Hwy.) Saturday, October 20th at 11:00 AM, Reception in the Fellowship Center to follow.