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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

PAA/DL Louis Matthew Fielack Jr.

 
~ IN MEMORY ~
PAA/DL Louis Matthew Fielack Jr.
August 7, 1936 ~ January 11, 2019
 
Received this notification today, news with the passing of retired Pan Am/Delta pilot F/O Louis ‘Lou’ Matthew Fielack Jr., age 82, of Mammoth Spring, Arkansas.  Lou joined Pan American 08-21-1967 and retired with Delta Air Lines in 1996.  Widowed in 2002, Lou is survived by his children and grandchildren.  Please see obituary information below. 
Condolences and memories may be shared online at the funeral home website: 
Arrangements were entrusted to Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Arkansas.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN    
 
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 4:19 PM
Subject: Death of Pan Am F/O Louis M Fielack Jr.
 
Please post the following obituary. Thank you
 
Louis Matthew Fielack Jr., 82, of Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, passed away peacefully on January 11, 2019. He was born on August 7, 1936 in New York, the only son to his adoring parents, Louis Matthew and Kathleen (Mighton) Fielack, who preceded him in death.

After graduating from De La Salle Institute and Rutgers University, Louis joined the United States Air Force and served his country from 1959 to 1967 reaching the rank of Captain and flew KC-97’s and KC-135’s with the Strategic Air Command, completing his military career with the 924th Air Refueling Squadron at Castle AFB, California.

Louis retired from flying in 1996 after 29 years of commercial aviation experience. He was a pilot at Pan American World Airways, Delta Airlines and also the Dubai Royal Air Wing. During the course of his career, he piloted B-707’s, B-727’s and A310 aircraft. His time in Berlin flying with Pan Am (IGS) was by far his favorite. After retirement, he enjoyed life in Satellite Beach, FL with his loving wife, Maryann (Claire) Fielack who preceded him in death in 2002. After a fly-fishing trip to Arkansas where he fell in love with the Ozarks, he moved to Mammoth Spring, AR.

Lou was a member of ALPA, American Legion, VFW, NRA and other organizations and was a generous donor of time and money to many charities. His passions included his bird dog “Jake” and cat “Sam”, flying, classic cars, motorcycles, classical and ragtime music, travel and camping. He was honest, quick witted, independent and loved his country.

Survivors include his children: Louis M. Fielack III and his wife Terry, Debra Venuti and her husband Louis, Raymond Fielack and his wife Vonnie, Robert Fielack and his wife Zarina Mak, and Matthew Fielack.

He is also survived by seven grandchildren: Anthony Vergara, Michelle Gloria, Brian Gloria, Jennifer Venuti, Louis Venuti Jr., Ross Taylor, Andrew Fielack, and Liam Fielack; two great-grandchildren, Keaton Taylor and Cordry Taylor and ;), his first wife, Marilyn Moore whom he cherished and her husband Ned; and many other relatives and good friends.

Memorial services will be at a later date in New York.

In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to Lou’s favorite charity, the Arkansas Sheriffs Youth Ranch, 100 St. Vincent Place, Batesville, AR 72501.

DL Capt. John Joel Pilger

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF ret., DL Capt. John Joel Pilger
February 25, 1934 ~ January 20, 2019
 
Word has reached our group with the passing of Delta Golden Wings member retired Delta pilot Captain John Joel Pilger, USAF ret., age 84.  Captain Pilger joined Delta Air Lines 12-17-1962 and retired with Delta in 1994, based 030/ATL.  He is survived by his wife Abigail.
Captain Pilger’s obituary may be viewed online at
To the best of my knowledge,  personal condolences may be sent to the Pilger family at
5035 Pine Bark Circle, Atlanta GA 30338-4040.
Arrangements are not yet known....when more information is received we will be sure to pass it along.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary............
Capt. John Joel Pilger, USAF, Ret. age 84, a 47-year resident of Dunwoody and Naples, Fla., was reported missing and presumed dead on Jan. 20, 2019, when authorities say he commandeered a retired Boeing 767 aircraft which went missing approximately 750 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
 
Atlanta police confirm Pilger was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. Hospice spokeswoman Charlotte Croxton says she reached the Pilger residence late Saturday night and found the garage open with a vehicle missing. At 1:07 a.m., security footage at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport recorded Pilger presenting high level security clearance credentials then entering a facility believed to be operated by the CIA.
 
"The 767 disappeared from radar north of Thule Air Base in Greenland just a few hundred miles from the north pole," said government spokesman Bill Eason in a press conference. "He was last seen flying full speed toward Russian airspace. I can neither confirm nor deny any further details."
 
Pilger's exact whereabouts are not the only mystery. Since the incident, friends and family have come forth offering conflicting explanations.
 
His daughter, Susan Polomsky shocked relatives with a revelation. "Everyone knew him as a mild-mannered man devoted to family and country. But from an early age, I knew dad was much more than just a Delta pilot."
 
Pilger's friends, Bill Fisher and Garry Bock of Naples responded with confusion. "We and John were all very active in the stock market. The John we knew was a high-powered Wall Street day trader, not a pilot."
 
Meanwhile, Don Pilger of St. Paul, Minn., claimed his brother was a back room campaign strategist. "The Reagan 1980 landslide? Behind the scenes, that was all John."
 
The explanations keep coming. Grandchildren Jonathon Eck and Julia Eck, students at Medical College of Georgia were certain Pilger was an accomplished historian writing under the nom de plume John Goldwater while granddaughter Emma Pilger claims he was moonlighting regularly as a Dick Clark stand-in for a soon to be released retrospective on Netflix.
 
Police say the people who knew Pilger that have come forward are providing contradictory information. "We are looking for a connection between Mr. Pilger's background in the US Air Force, what we believed was his 32-year tenure as a pilot for Delta, his political activity, his little-known activity in the stock markets, and his propensity for global travel," said one investigator.
 
Pilger’s son, Joel Pilger offered a surprising yet unsubstantiated account. “It’s now safe to let everyone know that dad never actually stopped working for Operation Blue Jay with the Air Force. The piloting for Delta, the politics, the trading, the travel, the moonlighting… it was all a sophisticated cover which enabled him to serve both his family and his country which he loved so dearly.”
 
The many conflicting reports may make it impossible to pinpoint Pilger’s exact location.
 
The only person who might be able to answer the question ‘Who is the real John Pilger?’ is his wife and constant companion of 55 years, Abigail Pilger. Detectives say they’ve been unable to interview Mrs. Pilger, however neighbors say they witnessed her leaving the couple’s home wearing dark sunglasses and a large hat.
 
Granddaughter Olivia Eck responded coyly, “She said something about heading to Naples,” but investigators have been unable to determine if she was referring to Florida or Italy.
 
All of the above is but one version attempting to explain actual events.
 
The other version of events is that John never left home and died peacefully surrounded by his wife, children, and grandchildren as they all together celebrated a life well-lived and wished him a safe flight.
 
Authorities request you to choose whichever version you believe or please share your own story here of the John Pilger that you knew.
 
 
 
-----Original Message-----
Sunday, January 20, 2019 1:58 PM    Subject: Delta Retired Captain John Pilger
 
Delta Pilot Family,
 
    John died this morning at 5 am at home in the presence of our children. We have all the family staying here. John will be cremated and likely a memorial much later this spring when both our son and daughter plus all the grandchildren can attend.
 
      I’ll share more information later but when you share this with our Delta family, please let them know that John was so blessed to have their camaraderie and constant good wishes.  It was wonderful for him to attend the DGW Christmas dinner on December 9 and see so many dear friends.
 
      Thanks to all of you for your love and support.
 
Much love,
 

Abigail Pilger

Friday, January 25, 2019

former NWA pilot Capt. Don E. ‘Pete’ Clark

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, former NWA pilot Capt. Don E. ‘Pete’ Clark
January 10, 1928 – January 14, 2019 (Age 91)
 
Notification with the passing of former Northwest pilot Captain Don E. ‘Pete’ Clark.  Captain Clark was with Northwest Airlines circa 04-27-1953 to 01-25-1957. 
Captain Clark’s obituary may be viewed online at
Memorial services are planned for January 26th at the VFW Hall in Bigfork MT.....please see obituary information below.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary...................Don E. 'Pete' Clark, 91
Bigfork Eagle (MT) - Thursday, January 24, 2019
Captain Don E. "Pete" Clark passed away in his sleep on Jan. 14, 2019.
 
Don wanted to fly since his first airplane ride and lesson in a Piper Cub while in Great Falls before he turned 21. He washed the aircraft to earn his first ride and after that was only out of the air to sleep and be with his family until mandatory retirement at age 60.
 
He graduated from the University of San Francisco and attained the position of chief check pilot, retiring from American Airlines in 1988 after many years flying with Air Cal based out of Orange County (John Wayne) Airport, also TWA, Air America, Capital and Northwest Airlines.
 
A dedicated husband and father of three, he then turned his attention from his grown family to breeding and training Arabian horses for track and show, which won many awards in the U.S. and Canada for speed and conformation.
 
Don was the last of the Clark children born to Don Richard and Nellie Amanda Clark, being born in Yellow Bay in the cabin (bad blizzard in 1928) on the lower 60 of the Clark Homestead. His heart was never far from the Flathead Valley, spending summers in his home on the Beardance Homestead, which he built from the ground up.
 
He was proud to serve his country, having joined the (Army Transportation Corps) Merchant Marines in 1944 at the age of 16 after his brother Dick was shot down in a B-24 over France.
 
He was preceded in death by his lovely bride Leona, and brothers Fredrich, Richard B. and Verne F. Clark, and sisters Effie (Dockstader), Margaret (Ratchford) and Wanda Fae (Baillie).
 
He is survived by his sons Randy and Rick, and daughter Cherie (Miller). Uncle Pete was known to his nieces and nephews to be kind and generous and always ready with a story, having traveled many times around the world as a pilot or his second love as an Arabian horse breeder, trainer and judge. Family and friends bid him a warm goodbye as he rides off into the sunset on his beloved Khashm to be with his heavenly family. We will miss you Dad.
 

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, at the new VFW Hall in Bigfork.

DL Capt. Jerry Luther Hall

Online obituary available at https://www.harwellfuneralhome.com/notices/Jerry-Hall

~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Jerry Luther Hall

AUGUST 5, 1940 ~ JANUARY 20, 2019

Mr. Jerry Luther Hall, age 78, of Covington, GA passed away Sunday, January 20, 2019.  He was born August 5, 1940 in Floyd County, Kentucky to John Graham Hall and Hester Hall, who have preceded him in death.  Mr. Hall was a retired Delta Airlines pilot after a 30-year career.  Mr. Hall will be remembered for his love of both flying and the Kentucky Wildcats, and for his generosity of spirit.
Mr. Hall is survived by his daughter, Deborah Dawn (Brant) Gardner, his son, Dr. John David Hall, his three grandsons, Graham Hall (Alyse) Gardner, Griffin Owen (Madison) Gardner, and Grayson Hunt Gardner, and his sister, Rosa Mary Hall. Mr. Hall was also preceded in death by his brother, David Morgan Hall and his sister, Elizabeth Caroline Hamilton.

A gathering of friends and family will be held Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home in Covington, GA.  There will also be a visitation and funeral service held in Kentucky at Hall Funeral Home in Martin, Kentucky on February 8, 2019.  J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home, 2157 East Street, SE, Covington, GA 30014 is in charge of the arrangements.  A guest book may be signed on-line at www.harwellfuneralhome.com 



~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Jerry Luther Hall
AUGUST 5, 1940 ~ JANUARY 20, 2019 
Word has reached our group with the passing of retired Delta pilot Captain Jerry Luther Hall, age 78.  Captain Hall joined Delta Air Lines 02-08-1965 and was based ATL/031. 
Captain Hall’s son John writes:  “Hello, this is Jerry's son, John Hall. I have the unfortunate responsibility of telling everyone that my Father passed away this past Sunday, 1/20/19, due to what appears to be a sudden heart attack. Fortunately it appears that he did not suffer at all. A viewing and a gathering of friends and family will be held on 2/2/19 from 4-6pm at JC Harwell and Son Funeral Home in Covington GA for his friends and family in the Atlanta/Conyers/Covington area. A week later, a viewing will be held from 5-7pm with a service from 7-8pm on 2/8/19 at Hall Funeral Home in Martin KY for his friends and family in the KY area. His burial will be on Saturday 2/9/19 at Davidson Memorial Garden Cemetery at 11am. For those attending the burial, we will be leaving from at the funeral home at 10:30am. Again, I hate being the bearer of bad news for all those who knew and loved my father. Thanks and I wish all peace, John”
Memories may be shared online at the funeral home website
J. C. Harwell & Son Funeral Home of Covington, GA has been entrusted with arrangements...(770) 786-2524 
To the best of my knowledge per whitepages listing, personal condolences may be sent to the Hall family at
5109 Libby Cv SE , Covington GA 30014-3184.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
notice to our website rcvd Thursday, January 24, 2019 .....
 Deceased full name  Jerry Luther Hall
 Date of Birth  8/5/1940
 Date of Death  1/20/2019
 Relationship  Pilot  Retired

 Contact Name  Ted Tweet   Email  tedtweet@live.com  Phone 678-393-0027 

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

DL Capt. Joel ‘Joe’ Aaron Horwitz

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, DL Capt. Joel ‘Joe’ Aaron Horwitz
JANUARY 24, 1955 ~ NOVEMBER 14, 2018 
 
Our group has just received notification with the passing of Delta pilot Captain Joel Aaron Horwitz, age 63.  Captain Horwitz joined Delta Air Lines 09-22-1988 and was based ATL.  He is survived by his wife Michele McClure Horwitz, their children plus many other family members and aviation colleagues.
To view Captain Horwitz’s obituary online and share memories please visit 
Arrangements were entrusted to Byrd & Flanigan Crematory & Funeral Service of Lawrenceville GA. (770) 962-2200. 
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary...............................
Joel “Joe” Aaron Horwitz, age 63 of Loganville, GA; passed away on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018.   He is survived by his wife, Michele McClure Horwitz, and their children Joel, Mia, Skyla and Eli, and by children Jessica Lily Jenkins married to Daniel Jenkins and granddaughter Camille, and Vicki Horwitz married to Daniel Booth, sisters Ellen Darr married to the late David Darr and niece Melanie Bachrach married to David Bachrach and nephew Jonathan Darr married to Nyana Singh Darr, and Barbara Grad Allen married to Peter Allen and nephew Sam Allen. He was the son of the late Ruth and Rubin Horwitz of Chicago, IL.
 
Joe was a Captain at Delta Air Lines, where he worked from 1988 - 2018.  He flew on the 727, DC-9, MD-88, 757 and 767-ER, and was Captain on the MD-88, 757 and 767-ER.   He served in the United States Air Force for 8 years.  While in the Air Force, he was an aircraft commander of the nation’s primary strategic bomber, the B-52G, where he supervised a combat crew of five experts tasked with worldwide, all-weather, nuclear/ conventional strike missions critical to national security.  He was responsible for maintaining the highest state of readiness by planning and executing aerial refueling, low altitude tactics, and nuclear/ conventional weapons delivery and defensive actions. Graduating first in his class, he was a distinguished graduate in Officer’s school and was honorably discharged as a Captain in 1988. He held Master of Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.  Upon graduating, he was invited to Berkeley to read his thesis on Thermodynamics. He held several mechanical engineering patents.
 
A skilled craftsperson, he was excellent in woodworking and built a gazebo in his backyard, a series of precise WWII plane replicas and beautiful pine furniture.  Always on the go, his love for flight extended to motorcycles and to travel with his family over the years. His interest in engineering never stopped and he worked on his cars throughout his life.  As an adult, he loved to play the guitar, and as a child he played the trumpet.
 
He was an avid athlete who liked being outdoors and loved running and hiking, and he shared his love for the outdoors with his children.  Growing up, he played ice hockey in Chicago outdoors at Terminal Park in his neighborhood and with the Niles North High School team indoors, and continued to play on local teams as an adult. 
 
Joe had wry sense of humor and he liked to have fun - he liked travel and adventure, adrenaline rushes and fighter jets.  He was engaged in life and lived life to the fullest. He was taken from us too soon.
 
A Celebration of Life service for Joe will be at the Georgia National Cemetery at 5580 Knox Bridge Hwy., Canton, GA 30114 on Tuesday, November 20th at 1:30 pm. Condolences can be sent to the service, or made through the funeral home, Byrd and Flanigan in Lawrenceville, GA, website at https://www.byrdandflanigan.com/notices/JoelAaron-Horwitz. Arrangements by Byrd & Flanigan Crematory And Funeral Service Lawrenceville GA. (770)962-2200 ByrdandFlanigan.com
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 Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6:26 PM
To: death.flwnwst@gmail.com   ..... visitor to our Website has filled out this form ...............
Deceased full name  Joel Aaron Horwitz
Date of Birth  24Jan55    Date of Death  14Nov18
 Pilot  Active  ATL
 Age at death  63
 Living Spouse  Michelle McClure Ho
 Address  Loganville  GA
 Airline  DAL

 Contact Phone  770-555-1212 

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

NWA Capt. Charles G. ‘Greg’ Gillies

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, NWA Capt. Charles G. ‘Greg’ Gillies
March 6, 1939 – January 12, 2019 
 
News has reached our group with the passing of RNPA member retired Northwest pilot Captain Charles Gregory ‘Greg’ Gillies, age 79.  Captain Gillies joined Northwest Airlines 09-13-1965.  He is survived by his wife Janet, his children and grandchildren.
Captain Gillies’ obituary notice may be viewed online at 

 For those wishing to send a personal note, condolences may be sent to the Gillies family at
14043 Kings Ct.,  Savage MN 55378-2391....  (952) 233-3717
            Thank you,
                    ~ Carol for the PCN   
 
Obituary notice:  Charles Gregory Gillies
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mar 6, 1939 – Jan 12, 2019 (Age 79)
Cremation Society of Minnesota Obituary
Charles was born on March 6, 1939 and passed away on Saturday, January 12, 2019. Charles was a resident of Minnesota at the time of passing. Greg was a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. He served in the U.S. Air Force for five years, and was a pilot for twenty-eight years with Northwest Airlines. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center (www.give.umn.edu/giveto/mmcc) or Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (www.popmn.org/give).
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complete obituary........................
 
Charles Gregory Gillies was born in Boston, MA on March 6th, 1939, and passed away January 12th, 2019. Survived by his wife of 53 years, Janet and his children: Steve (Christine) and Michelle (Jim) and his five grandchildren: Nathan, Jordan, Jessica, Christopher and Megan. Greg was a graduate of the University of Notre Dame.  He served in the U.S. Air Force for five years, and was a pilot for twenty-eight years with Northwest Airlines.  
 
A Celebration of Life will be held at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Burnsville, MN on January 22nd, 2019. 13901 Fairview Drive, Burnsville, MN 55337.  Visitation at 10:00 AM and service at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center (www.give.umn.edu/giveto/mmcc) or Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (www.popmn.org/give).
 
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From: William Day  Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 11:59 PM
Subject: NWA captain Greg Gillies passed away
 
.................. just received notice that NWA captain Greg Gillies passed away about a long battle with cancer. 

Monday, January 21, 2019

NEA/DL Capt. Jack Duaine Thompson

~ IN MEMORY ~
NEA/DL Capt. Jack Duaine Thompson
April 22, 1934 - December 20, 2018
 
News has reached us with the passing of retired Northeast/Delta pilot Captain J. D. Thompson, age 84.  Captain Thompson joined Northeast Airlines 01-17-1966 and retired with Delta Air Lines in 1994, based 031/ATL.  He is survived by his wife Karen.
An online obituary notice is available at http://www.mcdonaldandson.com/obituary/jack-thompson  or at
To the best of our knowledge, personal condolences may be sent to the Thompson family at
3714 Livery Lane, Cumming GA 30040-5107.
As our information is very limited, any and all corrections and updates are always appreciated.
If more information is received, we will be sure to pass it along.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary notice:  Jackie “Jack” Thompson 84, of Cumming, GA passed away on December 20, 2018.
Memorial services will be held on a later date.
Condolences may be expressed at www.mcdonaldandson.com
Arrangements by McDonald and Son Funeral Home, 150 Sawnee Drive, Cumming, GA 30040 (770) 886.9899.
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Subject: DEATH OF NE/DL CAPTAIN JACK D. THOMPSON
https://www.meaningfulfunerals.net/?action=obituaries.obit_view&CFID=9f5bf4d8-c546-457e-a900-709b510d7348&CFTOKEN=0&o_id=5811403&fh_id=15600
Retired NE/DL Captain Jack D. (Possibly Duaine) Thompson, 84, died 12/20/2018.  Born 4/22/1934 and hired by NE 1/17/1966.   Our Roswell UMC 2010 Church directory showed Jack & Karen Thompson at 3714 Livery Lane, Cumming, GA 30040-5107 .......................

NEA/DL Capt. Francis ‘Frank’ E. Keefe

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, NEA/DL Capt. Francis ‘Frank’ E. Keefe
May 25, 1928 ~ January 16, 2019
 

News has reached our group with the passing of retired Northeast/Delta pilot Captain Frank Keefe, age 90.  Captain Keefe joined Northeast Airlines 06-11-1953 and retired with Delta Air Lines, based Boston.  Widowed in December 2008 with the passing of his wife Joan, Captain Keefe is survived by their children, their grandchildren and a great granddaughter, plus many other family members and close friends. 
To view the obituary online and share memories, please visit the funeral home site at
Calling hours are Jan. 22nd from 4-7 PM,  Lambert Funeral Home in Manchester NH. 
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Jan. 23rd at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Manchester NH.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
Obituary ................  Francis E. "Frank" Keefe of Manchester died peacefully at home on January 16, 2019 after a period of failing health.
 
Born in Manchester on May 25, 1928, he was the son of Frank and Anna (Norris) Keefe. He was predeceased by his brother, John Vincent Keefe. He was a lifelong resident of Manchester.
 
He attended Bakersville School, class of 1942, and graduated from Manchester Central High School in 1946. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1946 to 1948 aboard the USS Valley Forge (CV 45) on which he traveled around the world.
 
From 1950 to 1953 he attended flight schools in New Hampshire, Vermont and New York. He became a pilot for Northeast Airlines in 1953. From 1953 to 1988 he flew for both Northeast Airlines and Delta Airlines flying both domestic and European routes.
 
Captain Keefe joined Northeast on 06/11/1953 and retired in November 1984.
 
Frank married Joan Mendzela of Manchester on April 24, 1954. They spent 54 years together until her passing in 2008.
 
During his life he maintained a close relationship with his classmates from grammar school and high school.
 
Beginning in 1980, he made his annual trip to Ireland and had many friends in the area of Millstreet Town, County Cork, where his grandparents had lived. He managed to go to the Knock Shrine in County Mayo on every visit. His favorite location of all was Slea Head in Dingle, County Kerry. He had many wonderful memories of his travels through Ireland.
 
He followed Trinity High School basketball in his later years where his son David coached and his grandson Patrick played. He enjoyed trips to Foxwoods with the guys and looked forward to a slice of key lime pie at his favorite restaurant at the casino where he also had the opportunity to see a performance by his favorite singer, Diana Krall.
 
Frank was a member and supporter of the Irish American Partnership, the NH Aviation Historical Society and the Manchester Historic Association. He attended St. Catherine of Siena Parish throughout his adult life.
 
Although his work took him far away, his family always came first. They meant the world to him.
 
Family members include five children, Lt. Col. Daniel Keefe, USAF (retired) of Oklahoma City, OK, Donna Shannon and her husband, David, of Barrington, Marcia Keefe and her husband, Glenn Charette, of Saco, ME, David Keefe and his wife, Donna, of Manchester and Paul Keefe of Weymouth, MA. His grandchildren, who held a special place in his heart, include Timothy Shannon of Manchester, Megan Shannon, Esq. of Philadelphia, PA, Ryan Mesick of Milford, Kevin Mesick of Saco, ME, Erin Keefe of Denver, CO, Patrick Keefe of Manchester and Emily Keefe and Molly Keefe both of Somerville, MA; a great granddaughter, Kaylee Mesick of Milford; his nephews and nieces from the west coast; his cousins; and his special group of friends from the Elliot at River's Edge exercise group.
 
The family wishes to thank the VNA of Manchester and hospice nurse Nancy for their support and extraordinary care.
 
SERVICES: Calling hours are Tuesday (Jan. 22) from 4 to 7 p.m. at Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St., corner of North Street, Manchester. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday (Jan. 23) at 10 a.m. at St. Catherine of Siena Church, 267 Webster St., Manchester. Committal prayers will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, 488 Donald St., Bedford.
 
To leave a message of condolence, visit www.lambertfuneralhome.com 
Lambert Funeral Home , 1799 Elm St., Manchester, NH 03104 .... 603-625-6951

 

WC/HAW/NWA Capt. Raymond ‘Ray’ Lindley Dahl

Update with obituary:  Dahl, Ray 11/23/1941 - 1/11/2019

Captain Raymond L. Dahl passed away January 11, 2019 in Chelsea, Michigan from Glioblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor. Ray was born 11-23-41 in Madison, Wisconsin. He began his career with the airlines 2-22-62, retiring 11-23-2001 from Northwest Airlines. Ray made a tremendous impact on many peoples lives, not only through the airlines, but also in his personal life. Ray is survived by his wife Dianne, his children Martha, Greg, Julie and step daughter, Shelley, 15 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Ray's wishes are to have no funeral or memorial services. There will be a luncheon to celebrate his life on March 23rd at 1:00 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1400 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103. If you wish to attend we would love to have all of you and share your memories and stories about Ray. If you cannot attend and wish to submit stories or videos, please send to Dianne at ded1842@comcast.net  Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society of Ann Arbor Hospice. 


~ IN MEMORY ~
WC/HAW/NWA Capt. Raymond ‘Ray’ Lindley Dahl
November 23, 1941 – January 11, 2019


News has reached our group with the passing of retired West Coast/Hughes Airwest/Northwest pilot Captain Ray Dahl, age 77.  Rosters indicate that Ray joined West Coast Airlines 10-02-1967, and made the various mergers with Hughes AirWest and Northwest Airlines.  *Captain Dahl is survived by his wife Diane, his son and stepchildren, grandchildren plus many aviation colleagues and airline friends.
Online condolences and memories may be shared at: 
Captain Dahl was diagnosed last November with Glioblastoma, and had suffered a fall.....medical complications led to his passing the evening of January 11th.  As was Ray’s wishes, no services are planned.  
For those wishing to contact the Dahl family, you can reach Diane at her email address ded1842@comcast.net  
Always supportive, Ray will be missed by us all.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN

*Captain Dahl is survived by his wife Dianne, his son Greg, Daughters, Julie and Martha, Step Daughter Shelley.  Ray had 15 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren plus many aviation colleagues and airline friends
Raymond Lindley Dahl
NOVEMBER 23, 1941 – JANUARY 11, 2019
Raymond Lindley Dahl was born on November 23, 1941 and passed away on January 11, 2019

NO SERVICES ARE SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME. RECEIVE A NOTIFICATION WHEN SERVICES ARE UPDATED.

WA/DL Capt. Richard ‘Dick’ Wheeler

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, WA/DL Capt. Richard ‘Dick’ Wheeler
May 13, 1938 ~ November 14, 2018
 
Please forgive this belated news with the passing of retired Western/Delta pilot Captain Richard Hill Wheeler, age 80.  Captain Wheeler joined Western Airlines 06-20-1966 and retired with Delta Airlines based 031/JFK .... please see email below indicating retirement in 2002.  He is survived by his wife Patty, their children and grandchildren.  Captain Wheeler’s *complete obituary may still be viewed online at
Should more information be received we will be sure to pass along all updates.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN 
 
-------- Original message --------
From: Wallybird eNews <enews@wallybird.com>
Date: 11/26/18 18:17 (GMT-08:00)   Subject: Passing of Richard (Dick Wheeler)
 
   It is with sadness that the family of Richard Hill Wheeler announces his passing after a valiant four-month battle to recover from heart surgery. Dick, as he was called by family and friends, died Wednesday, November 14, 2018, at Ogden Regional Hospital in Ogden, Utah. He was 80 years old.
   Dick and his wife, Patricia Halloran Wheeler, long-time visitors, have been permanent residents of Ketchum, Idaho, since 2004 when they moved to Ketchum from Laguna Beach, California. Patty is the owner of Halloran & Sons Antiques in Ketchum.
   Dick was born May 13, 1938, in Perth-Amboy, New Jersey, to Kathryne Brennan and Bertram H. Wheeler. He had one sibling, Norie Phyllis Wheeler Bellis, of Durham, New Hampshire, who preceded him in death.
   Dick was a graduate of Michigan State University and a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. After graduating in 1960, he attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. He was commissioned into the United States Marine Corps as a 2nd Lieutenant and was assigned to Flight Training in Pensacola, Florida. He proudly served his country as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam from 1964 to 1965. He was attached to Squadron HMM-365.
   After completing his military obligation as a Major, he became a commercial airline pilot with Western Airlines, and then Delta Airlines. He retired from Delta in 2002.
Dick loved living in the Wood River Valley. He enjoyed fishing, skiing, golf, duck hunting and hiking with his Labradors, Hank and Nick. Dick's love of flying never waned. In retirement he and Patty were frequent fliers. He often combined his love of flying with his love for fine food and fine wine, frequently sharing the latter with friends, while regaling his guests with his phenomenal memory and his wit and humor.
   Dick was very proud of his grandchildren and always did his best to keep up with his Ketchum and Texas grandchildren and their many skiing, soccer and swimming accomplishments.
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    It is with sadness that the family of Richard Hill Wheeler announces his passing after a valiant four-month battle to recover from heart surgery. Dick, as he was called by family and friends, died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, at Ogden Regional Hospital in Ogden, Utah, with his wife, Patty, and son, Andrew, at his side. He was 80 years old.
 
    Dick and his wife, Patricia Halloran Wheeler, longtime visitors, have been permanent residents of Ketchum, Idaho, since 2004, when they moved to Ketchum from Laguna Beach, Calif. Patty is the owner of Halloran & Sons Antiques in Ketchum.
 
    Dick was born May 13, 1938, in Perth-Amboy, N.J., to Kathryne Brennan and Bertram H. Wheeler. He had one sibling, Norie Phyllis Wheeler Bellis, of Durham, N.H., who preceded him in death.
 
    Dick was a graduate of Michigan State University and a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. After graduating in 1960, he attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va. He was commissioned into the U.S. Marine Corps as a second lieutenant and was assigned to flight training in Pensacola, Fla. He proudly served his country as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam from 1964 to 1965.  He was attached to Squadron HMM-365. 
 
    After completing his military obligation as a major, he became a commercial airline pilot with Western Airlines, and then Delta Airlines. He retired from Delta in 2002.
 
    Dick loved living in the Wood River Valley. He enjoyed fishing, skiing, golf, duck hunting and hiking with his Labradors, Hank and Nick. Dick’s love of flying never waned. In retirement, he and Patty were frequent fliers. He often combined his love of flying with his love for fine food and fine wine, frequently sharing the latter with friends, while regaling his guests with his phenomenal memory and his wit and humor.
 
    Dick was very proud of his grandchildren and always did his best to keep up with his Ketchum and Texas grandchildren and their many skiing, soccer and swimming accomplishments.
 
    Dick is survived by Patty, his wife of 35 years; and by his two children, Dana Wheeler Fitzgerald of Ketchum, Idaho, and Andrew Jay Wheeler and his wife, Melissa Barrett Wheeler, of Prosper, Texas. He also leaves behind six grandchildren: Jordan Fitzgerald, Jay Fitzgerald and Lily Fitzgerald, as well as Zachary Wachter, Avery Wheeler and Blake Wheeler. 
 
    He is also survived by three stepsons, Matthew Pierovich, John Pierovich and Michael Pierovich and his wife, Sarah, of San Mateo, Calif. Dick also leaves a niece, Meredith Bennett of Ridgewood, N.J., and a nephew, Patrick Eldin Bennett of Charlotte, N.C.
 

    Following his wishes, Dick will be honored at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., with interment of his ashes. The family will host a celebration of life at the Ketchum family home on a date yet to be determined. The family thanks everyone for their warm expressions of condolence.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

NWA Capt. George Martin Payne

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, NWA Capt. George M. Payne
February 21, 1952 ~ January 11, 2019
 
Notification with the passing of retired Northwest pilot Captain George Martin Payne, age 66.  Captain Payne joined Northwest Airlines 08-15-1986.  He is survived by his wife Beatrice Diehl, his sons and many other extended family members.
To view the obituary online and offer condolences, please visit the funeral home website at
Captain Payne’s obituary notes that a gathering and celebration of life event will be held at a later date. 
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary......................George Payne
George Martin Payne, formerly of Ottumwa, Iowa, passed away at his home in Jonesville, MI on January 11, 2019.
George was born February 21, 1952, in Great Lakes, Illinois, to Philip P. and Beulah J. Myers Payne.
 
He graduated from Ottumwa High School in 1970 and earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Iowa State University in 1974. He commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy and served from 1974 to 1986. He subsequently began his commercial aviation career as a pilot with Northwest Airlines. After he retired as a 767 Captain, he served as an Aviation Safety Inspector for the Federal Aviation Administration.
 
George loved the outdoors, both soaring above as a pilot and firmly on the ground as a passionate arborist, woodworker, and BSA volunteer. He especially enjoyed his involvement with Troop 174 of Hillsdale, MI. George was an ardent lifelong learner, but treasured time with family above all.
 
George leaves behind his wife, Beatrice M. Diehl, and his sons, Alexander P. Payne (Albuquerque, NM) and Nicholas F. Payne (Pensacola, FL). He is also survived by siblings Sam (Mary) Payne, Bill (Carol) Payne, Frank (Cheri) Payne, Connie (Dan) Cavanaugh, Mary Ann (Rick) Southworth; step-mother Franrica Payne, step-brothers Martin Simonson and Danny (Melissa) Simonson; and many nieces and nephews.
 
He was preceded in death by his parents, Phil and Beulah, and sisters, Rose and Marcia Payne.
 
His body has been cremated and a family gathering and celebration of his life is being planned for a later date.
 

In lieu of flowers please consider honoring George's memory by planting a tree, spending time with your family and/or volunteering your time to the youth of our country. Please visit www.hamptonfuneralhomes  to sign the guestbook and/or send a condolence to the family.

Margaret Melvin, wife of DL Capt. Bill Melvin

~ IN MEMORY ~
Margaret Melvin, wife of DL Capt. Bill Melvin
October 15, 1933 ~ January 10, 2019
 
Word has reached our group with the passing of Margaret P. Melvin, wife of Delta Golden Wings member retired Delta Air Lines pilot Captain William ‘Bill’ Waller Melvin.  Margaret was 86 years of age at the time of her passing on January 10th. 
Condolences and memories may be shared online at
Funeral home services for Margaret are being provided by Bratcher Funeral Home of Denison, TX.  Arrangements are pending. 
Survived by her husband Bill, personal condolences may be sent to the Melvin family at
1101 W Morton St.,  Denison TX 75020-2115.
And, as we hear more, we will be sure to pass along all updates.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
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From: Ken Fisher Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 1:05 PM  Subject: Death of Margaret Melvin/Wife of Ret'd DL Capt. Bill Melvin
 

Margaret Melvin, Wife of Retired Captain Bill Melvin, passed away Thursday, Jan. 10.
Bill was very active in the ALPA Safety organization, and in the IFALPA Safety organization.

Friday, January 11, 2019

WA/DL Capt. Robert Allan Adams

~ IN MEMORY ~
Military veteran, WA/DL Capt. Robert Allan Adams
July 30, 1946 ~ January 7, 2019
 
Notification with the passing of retired Western/Delta pilot Captain Robert Allan Adams, age 72.  Captain Adams joined Western Airlines 11-28-1972 and retired with Delta Air Lines, based SLC.  He is survived by his wife JoAnn, their children and grandchildren plus many other friends and aviation/military colleagues.
To view/sign the online guestbook please visit the funeral home website at
Obituary information is also available online at
Captain Adams’ obituary notes that an open house will be held at Russon Brothers Mortuary in Farmington, Utah on January 13th. Visitation and Funeral Services will be held at the Fruit Heights Stake Center in Fruit Heights Utah on January 14th.
To the best of my knowledge and per whitepages listing, personal condolences may be sent to the family at
    120 E 750 S , Farmington UT 84025-3236
Should we receive further information, we will be sure to forward those updates.
            Thank you,
                ~  Carol for the PCN
 
Obituary...........................Robert Allan Adams
Colonel Robert Allan Adams (Army/Retired) died January 7, 2019.
 
Robert (Bob) is survived by wife, JoAnn Spencer Adams, three children, Spencer and Barbie Adams, Katie and David Lewis, Matthew and Amber Adams. Grandchildren; Grayce, Sophia, Truman, Lincoln, Harper, Jack, George, and Lilly. He was predeceased by daughter Amy Adams (Oct 78). 
 
Born July 30, 1946 to Allan and Helen Adams in Ogden, UT. Bob grew up spending time between Bear Lake (South Eden), Randolph, and Logan where he worked the family ranches the JF and later the Gallentine. Bob was a steward and a care taker of the land. He had an appreciation and love for the western range and open space that was his cornerstone. He was an accomplished and passionate skier working with Beaver Mountain Ski Patrol during his college years.
 
Bob attended Utah State University from 1964 to 1968, where he met the love of his life, JoAnn Spencer. They married on August 26, 1966. The Adams and Spencer families ran respective cattle ranches and were active in the Utah Cattleman’s Association. The marriage was a natural fit.
 
Bob received a bachelor’s degree in History and Business Law and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant through ROTC with the U.S. Army on September 4tth, 1968. He was stationed at Fort Knox for Armor School prior to being assigned Fixed Wing and Flight Maintenance Officer courses for the U-21 AQC School in Fort Rucker and Fort Stewart. He was assigned to Vietnam in June 1970, and by June 1971 Colonel Adams had flown 766 combat hours and more than 325 combat Missions. He was a member of the Army Security Agency and assigned to the 224th Aviation Battalion flying with the 146th and 138th at Hue Phu Bai and Long Thanh North (ICOR I & III) in a JU21A. He served with distinction and honor and received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Air Medal (14), Bronze Star, Army Aviation Badge, and Expert Rifle Badge.
 
Once discharged he began flying the 737 for Western Airlines in November of 1972. Flying assignments included First Officer, Captain, Senior Flight Instructor, Line Check Airmen w/FAA designee. He was involved with ALPA in collective bargaining and merger negotiations with Delta. He retired with more than 30 years of service on June 2003. He spent most of his tenure in the 737, with brief stints in the L10-11 and 727. He loved flying and co-owned a Cessna 180 out of SkyPark AirportHis 180 mountain sorties in 93Tango took him to the Middle Fork of the Salmon camping and panning for gold on Loon Creek or flying to Randolph or Yost to assess cows on the summer range or spotting elk and deer in the fall. He loved the lifelong friendships that flying afforded him with his Western, Delta, and Military colleagues. 
 
Bob continued to serve his country after Vietnam through the Utah National Guard and Army Reserve he had various duty assignments through the years which concluded as Deputy Chief of Staff Personnel with the 96th ARCOM. He served honorably until his retirement on July 13th, 2006. Colonel Adams received the following decorations, service medals, badges: Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal with Three OLC’s., Army Achievement Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and Senior Army Aviator Badge.
 
Bob was an active alum with Utah State University as the family representative for the Allan N. and Helen Adams Scholarship for College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, as well as recently being the CAAS Alumni Council President.
 
Bob was a rancher, farmer, horsemen, cattlemen, soldier, pilot, commander, friend, officer, cowboy, counselor, sportsman, hunter, husband, uncle, brother, father, patriot, gentleman, patriarch, philanthropist, volunteer, and grandpa, He was immensely loved. He was a friend to all, a caretaker, a stalwart chivalric gentleman, who loved his wife and family dearly. He will be dearly missed.  We love you dad and take pride in your legacy, service, character, and courage. 
 
An open house will be held at Russon Brothers Mortuary 1941 N Main St. Farmington, UT 84025 on Sunday January 13th from 4 to 6 pm. Funeral Services will be held at the Fruit Heights Stake Center on 170 N Mountain Road Fruit Heights UT 84037 on Monday, January 14th, visitation held from 9:45 to 10:45 am, and funeral services starting promptly at 11am. Military Funeral Honors will be provided by the Army National Guard and American Legion Post 27.
 

In lieu of flowers, please thank a veteran and make appropriate donations in Bob’s honor to organizations supporting PTSD and Suicide Prevention among veterans.

NEA/DL Capt. Carl A. Beatrice

~ IN MEMORY ~
USAF veteran, NEA/DL Capt. Carl A. Beatrice
June 14, 1933 ~ December 25, 2018
 
Word from family has reached us....news with the passing of retired NEA/DL pilot Captain Carl Anthony Beatrice, age 85.  Captain Beatrice joined Northeast Airlines 10-04-1965 and retired with Delta Air Lines, based Boston.  He is survived by his wife retired NEA/DL Res agent Patricia ‘Pat’ Beatrice.  Arrangements are not known but for those who wish to, personal condolences may be sent to the family at  
  192 Newington Rd.,  Greenland NH 03840-6210..... 
(603) 334-6064.
As more is learned we will pass along all updates.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
 
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From: JON J MAYNARD Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 1:29 PM  Subject: Passing of Retired Captain Carl A. Beatrice NEA/DL Boston
 ......we have just received word of the passing of Retired Captain Carl Beatrice of New Hampshire.  Captain Beatrice passed away on Christmas day. He was 85 years old. He was married to retired NEA/DL Boston Reservations retiree Patty Beatrice. He joined Northeast on 10/04/1965 and retired from Delta in 1994.  At this time, we do not have any more information and will pass it along if we receive it.
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.................just received a tel. call from C. Beatrice daughter in-law informing me that Carl Beatrice passed away on Christmas day.  No other details at this time.  Would you be kind enough to notify the NEA/Delta pilot group./ If I receive  any further details will pass them along.   Thanking you in advance.  Bob Patrick

Friday, January 4, 2019

DL Capt. Wilfred K. "Bill" Robinson

~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Wilfred K. "Bill" Robinson
March 19, 1936 ~ January 2, 2019

Word has reached our group with the passing of Delta Captain Wilfred K. ‘Bill’ Robinson, age 82.  Captain Robinson joined Delta Air Lines 11-19-1962 and retired in 1996, based Chicago then 030/ATL at time of retirement.  Widowed in September 2014 with the passing of his wife Jean Ann, Captain Robinson is survived by their children, their grandchildren and many other extended family members. 
To view the obituary online please visit this news site:  :
Memories may be shared at the funeral home website: www.frulandfuneralhome.com 
Visitation will be held January 11th at Fruland Funeral Home in Morris Illinois.  A Celebration of Life will be held January 12th at the Morris Country Club in Morris.  Please see all available information below.
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN
Obituary............................
Wilfred K. “Bill” Robinson of rural Morris passed away January 2nd, 2019.

Born on March 19, 1936 in Shenandoah, Iowa, Bill moved with his family to their farm near Mazon, Illinois.  He was educated in Mazon schools and obtained his pilot’s license while still in high school.  Throughout his life, aside from his family, flying was his greatest joy.  He graduated from the University of Illinois and worked as a flight instructor at the University of Illinois Flight School in Urbana, Illinois.
In January of 1957, Bill married Jean Ann Holderman of rural Morris, and together raised 3 children of their farm in Morris.
Bill and his family moved to Morris in 1963 after accepting a position as an airline pilot based at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.  After 33 years as a pilot, Bill retired as a Captain for Delta Airlines in 1996.  When not flying, Bill was busy farming with his family.
After retirement, Bill continued to farm, enjoyed traveling, and pursued many interests, including hunting, skiing, and photography.  Bill was always willing to play his ever-present harmonica for all to enjoy.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years; Jean Ann (Holderman) Robinson, his parents; Donald F. Robinson and Dorothy (Coe) Robinson, Brother-In-law Gerald Lanier.
Surviving to cherish his memory are his 3 children; Alissa (Michael) McCormick, Fred (Benita) Robinson, and David Robinson, three grandchildren; Hayley (Ryan) Wendling, Eric Robinson, and Hadley McCormick, one sister Sue (Bill) Andrews, and many nieces, nephews and friends.
The family of Bill Robinson would like to express gratitude to the staff of Park Pointe Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center and Joliet Area Hospice for their caring support during Bill’s time there.
Visitation will be held on Friday, January 11th from 4pm-7pm at the Fruland Funeral Home in Morris Illinois.  A Celebration of Life will be held on January 12th from 11am-3pm at the Morris Country Club in Morris.  Burial will be held in a private family ceremony at a later date.  Preferred memorials may be made as a gift in Bill’s memory to ICARE International (880 Bedford Road, Morris, IL), Joliet Area Hospice (250 Water Stone Circle, Joliet, IL), or to donor’s choice.
For more information call the funeral home at 815-942-0700 or sign the private online guestbook at www.frulandfuneralhome.com 
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Wife Jean Ann’s obituary in part...............Jean Ann Robinson, 77, of Morris, passed away Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 at Rosewood Care Center in Joliet with her loving family by her side.  Jean was born Oct. 19, 1936 in Morris, the daughter of James F. and Ruth(Wills)Holderman. She received her education in the schools of Pine Bluff, Coal City and graduated from Morris Community High School with the class of 1954. Later she received her bachelors degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign and her masters degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She married Wilfred "Bill" Robinson on Jan. 24, 1957 at the First Presbyterian Church in Morris...................
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2019 2:23 PM   To: death.flwnwst@gmail.com
A visitor to our Web site has advised us with the passing of
 Wilfred K. "Bill" Robinson ,  Date of Birth  03/19/1936 ,  Date of Death  01/02/2019
 Age at death  82 ,  Airline  DAL 

 Contact Name  Fred Robinson  frobin1060@aol.com  Contact Phone  815-942-9198