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Friday, March 6, 2020

NWA retired Mgr., Flight Training/Scheduling Glenn ‘Andy’ Anderson

NWA retired Manager, Flight Training/Scheduling Glenn ‘Andy’ Anderson
May 21, 1920 ~ January 17, 2020

Friends and colleagues write:  “Anderson, Glenn M. age 99, of Bloomington, Minnesota died January 17, 2020. While little is known of Andy’s background, we do know he served in the Air Force in WWII, stationed in England with the 8th Air Force. He began his 37 year career at Northwest Airlines as an agent. Most of us knew ‘Andy’ through his role as the Manager of Flight Training Scheduling back in MSP. He was often one of our first contacts with the Training Department. The renown scheduling team at NWA Flight Training were Andy, Ralph, and Pat. They were well known for their almost sleuth skills at finding trainees and instructors who did their best to not found, inserting them into schedule slots for early morning simulator and aircraft training flights. In time we came to appreciate Andy’s skill at doing his job very well.”
Obituary information below is available online at the funeral home website:
Thank you,
~ Carol for the PCN 

Obituary………… Anderson, Glenn M. age 99 of Bloomington died January 17, 2020.  Preceded in death by wife Eleanor “Jane”.  Survived by son, James (Kris); grandsons, Eric and Marc; brother, Robert; sister, Joann Foss as well as other loving relatives and friends.  Glenn served in the Air Force in WWII, stationed in England. Retired from Northwest airlines after 37 years.  Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at the Church of Our Lady of the Lake, 2385 Commerce Boulevard, Mound with visitation one hour prior to Mass at church.  In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School.  Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery.


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