In Memory Of

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Zdenek Hradecky
Passed 2/1/2013

Zdenek Jaroslav Hradecky, a 43 year resident of Redondo Beach, passed
away on Friday, February 1st, 2013. Born in Prague, Czech Republic,
Zdenek was 63 when he died. Zdenek, or Zenny, had an independent soul
and an adventurous spirit. He immigrated solo from Prague to the United
States at only 20 years old in 1969. As a younger man he was an avid
soccer player, fisherman and loved cooking. The first time he saw the
Pacific Ocean in early 1970 he jumped in fully clothed; he knew he found
his new home. He loved soccer, fishing, cooking and classic rock
music. He remained in Redondo Beach where he married and raised his two
children. His interest in travel manifested itself in a 33 year career
with PSA / USAirways. He will be missed as he travels on. Zdenek is
survived by his sister, Marie Hradecka of Prague, CZ; daughter,
Cassandra Hradecky of Redondo Beach, CA and son, Jonathan Hradecky of
San Francisco, CA. He was preceded in death by his wife of 25 years,
Sandra and his parents, Marie and Vladimir Hradecky of Prague, Czech
Republic. The Memorial Service will be held at Rice Mortuary on Friday
February 15, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. A reception follows in Rice's Lighthouse
Reception Room until 5:00 pm. Burial will be private.
Norm Dargie

Passed August 20, 2012

Norm came to PSA following stints with World Airways and TWA. After retirement, Norm consulted for numerous airlines before moving to Grass Valley in 2009.

Roy Micheli

Passed October 11, 2012

Hired 7/25/1985 in SFO. Passed away in CLT.

Ron Bird

Passed September 17, 2012

Ron was born on September 27, 1944 in Montebello, CA to Jack and Donna Bird. He attended Serra High School, CA and Loyola University, CA. He was a commercial airlines pilot for 26 years. Ron met Cecily on Catalina Island where each of them were on vacation with their families. They married on December 31, 1966 in Long Beach, CA. Survivors included his wife Cecily of 45 years, daughter Stephanie Ann, son John D. and wife Anne.

Nancie Russell Henegar

Passed April 16, 2012

Jimmy (JR) Reynolds

Passed March 1, 2012.

David S. Nakashima

Passed December 28, 2011

Capt. Jack Resley Beck

Passed June 2, 2011.

Capt. Earl Tritt

Passed August 14, 2011.

Capt. Jerry Blakely

Passed February 19, 2012.

Gene Timmons

Passed March 15, 2012

Dr. Ivy Beaubouef


Passed on July 12th, 1999

"A born teacher" was the way Shirley his wife described him. An Ex-marine (Korean war). Earned a masters degree and began his lifes work in in education in 1957. Then further to this, earned a doctorate in Psychology. Became a school principle. In all of this, managed to volunteer for alchoholics anonymous as a sponsor to many. This also included substance abuse programs for teens.

A man who stood front and center in life. His need for change led him into the private sector. Luckily, brought him to us at PSA where he spent many years.

Ivy served as Mangagement Training Instructor and administrative assistant for the Flight and and Flight Attendant departments. His gentle humorous, perceptive manner and talent earned him the respect and love of us all.

William H. "Bill" Davis

Passed June 23, 2010

Bill was born in North Chicago, Illinois on August 1, 1932  to Herbert and Eunice Davis, who proceeded him in death. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Beverly of Congress AZ; daughters Lee Ann Paris, Sharon Ainsworth, and Pat Winship of San Diego; grandchildren Jamee Brotherton, Josh Millerd, Bridgette Coleman, and John-Henry Ainsworth; great grandson Asher Price; and Bill\'s brother, George Davis of Houston TX. Bill worked in San Diego for Pacific Southwest Airlines and then US Airways from which he retired in 1992.

Liz Dugan

Passed April 26, 2010

I’m sorry to say our friend, Liz Dugan, (PSA/USAirways SAN RES), passed away April 26, yesterday, in Margate Fl.  She was in Hospice and had been in and out the hospital since October, 2009.

Judy Polahar

Passed June 5, 2010

“JP” Polahar passed away last night, June 5, 2010 due to breast cancer which was discovered only recently, and had already spread.

JP’s family, and her friend Susie Vozely, were able to be with her at home during her passing since she had hospice care.

JP was hired with PSA in September, 1981.  She left SAN RES in the late 90’s.

She is survived by her children, Sherri, Christopher, and Shelly, plus grandchildren.

Richard Grube

Passed July 29, 2010

Richard Albert Grube, 63, of East Bend passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, July 29, 2010. Richard was born February 15, 1947 in Lewistown, MT, son of the late Albert and Silvia Grube. Richard was honorably discharged from the US Navy on December 27, 1970, after giving his service for 4 years. He also retired after 38 years from US Air (Pacific Southwest Airlines). He enjoyed NASCAR, bowling, and spending time with his family. Survivors include his loving wife of 40 years, Donna Riedel Grube of East Bend, NC; daughters, Marilyn Paauwe of San Diego, CA, Christina Grube Norman of East Bend, NC, and Laura Grube of Winston-Salem, NC; grandchildren, Richard and Dawn Paauwe of San Diego, CA, Zachary Grube of Winston-Salem, NC, Lillian Knabb of Winston-Salem, NC, Abigail Leonard of East Bend, NC; sister, Delores Brown and husband of Deer Island, OR.

Hugh N. "Woody" Wood


Passed December 6, 2009

Hugh Wood, one of the founders of PSA, was born in Long Beach on June 28, 1923. A Naval aviator during World War II, Woody went through the Plosser-Friedkin school to obtain his civilian licenses, and joined Kenny Friedkin as an instructor after graduation.

Woody became the sales department of PSA when the airline started, and remained as Vice President of Sales until 1967, when he left the airline. His work was instrumental to establishing the legitimacy of PSA when it first started, as well as creating many of the innovations PSA was known for, such as Instant Ticketing.

After PSA, Hugh became Executive Director of the National Alliance of Businessmen in San Diego. Woody and his wife Darlene also owned and operated two large cattle ranches in Northeastern Utah. Woody and Darlene moved to Murphys, CA in 1974.

Woody is survived by his wife Darlene, three daughters, six grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.

Nancy Brew-Schaffer

Passed June 3, 2008

Nancy, our mother, daughter, grandmother, great grandmother, longtime colleague, friend and special spirit, passed away June 3, 2008 to be with her Lord and Guardian. At the time of her death she was living in Meridian, Idaho. Nancy struggled against a nine month battle with lung cancer. Nancy will be loved, shared and remembered by everyone she met in her life.

Nancy was born on December 4, 1946. She was raised as an only child by loving and caring parents, Florence and Frank Taylor in San Diego. Nancy was the proud and loving mother of daughter Alana, to be followed by her treasured twins Kevin and Alicia. In 1971, Nancy was to find a long and productive career with PSA and then USAirways. During her 30 years with the airlines, Nancy developed long and lasting friendships with many of her fellow colleagues.
Nancy will be greatly missed and forever remembered by those who shared her
unforgettable laugh, the quick wit, her dedication, kindness and loyalty.

Nancy is survived by her husband, Bill Schaeffer, her daughter Alana Webber, her twin children Alicia Brew Beach and Kevin Brew, grandchildren Jamie, Kelly, Jack,
Annie, Ellie and great grandson, Dayton.

Capt. Mike Bogle

Passed March 6, 2009

Capt. Mike Bogle, one of the most legendary PSA pilots, passed away peacefully March 6th.

During World War II, Mike was a test pilot in the Navy, flying the Corsair and PBY. Mike was hired by PSA in 1951, and grew to be known for his legendary sense of humor, and devotion to work and family.

In the early days, Mike worked at a radio and tv station, ferried airplanes, and sang in the Starlight Opera to help feed his family. Mike continued to perform with the Starlight Opera for many years.

Mike's sense of humor was legendary. On one flight, after landing, he jumped out of the cockpit quickly and ran around to the back stairs, telling the stewardess who opened the door that "I've been chasing you all the way!" He would carry an encyclopedia (the "C" volume) and explain in great detail over the PA how everyone knows how electricity was invented, but nobody knows who invented the toilet (Thomas Crapper). Passengers never seemed to know this one, except for one - Ronald Reagan.

Mike flew all types of aircraft in the PSA fleet, and served as Chief Pilot, prior to his retirement on April 1, 1982. After "retirement", Mike remained active flying for Scenic Air, as well as Gulf States Toyota and Cinema Air for many years.

Once you met Mike, he never forgot you, and you never forgot him. Pilots always remarked "When I want to grow up, I want to be just like Mike."

Services will be held March 19th at Immaculate Conception Church, in Old Town at 11 AM.

Howard Stanley Lane


Passed January 1, 2009

Howard Stanley Lane was born April 11, 1919 in Julian , CA . He passed away unexpectedly in La Mesa , CA. on January 1, 2009 at the age of 89. He was the younger son of D. Frank and Stella E. (Shaw) Lane, Julian pioneers. His family roots in Julian ran deep. Over the years, Howard always loved bringing his family up to Julian, never missing an opportunity to point out the places where he had great carefree adventures as a young country boy. He talked of horseback rides all over the hills, adventures with his miner father (Blue Hill Mine), collecting honey from his Dad’s aviary down by Butterfield, and his Mom’s many jobs in Julian as town switchboard operator, school teacher, and caretaker of the Julian Hotel . The town of Julian honored his father by naming a park after him – the Frank Lane Park.

Howard graduated from Julian High School and attended San Diego State University . It was in Julian that he met the love of his life - Betty Jane (Howe) – from Warner Hot Springs. Her family had come to Warners from San Diego to run the post office, grocery store and work at the resort restaurant. Howard and Betty married in 1941 and had a blessed 66 years together, raising their three children in Lemon Grove , CA .

“Howie”, or “Ace Mechanic” as he was lovingly called by all who knew this kind, gentle man, started his lifelong career and passion for aviation by working at Lindberg Field for Airtech Flying Service. He became a licensed private pilot and had lots of stories to tell about these adventures. After a brief stint at Convair, he was drafted into the Army. During World War II he served in the Army Air Force as an inspector of B-24s which were flying into China from India . After the war, he went back to work at Nelson-Kelley Co. as an aircraft mechanic on private and commercial airplanes. This company eventually was sold to Friedkin Aeronautics – which later became Pacific Southwest Airlines. Except for a brief return to Convair in the early 60s, he worked in the engine overhaul shop as an inspector at PSA (US Air) until his retirement in 1984.

Howard and Betty loved to travel – both by air and taking camping road trips around the country. Throughout his retirement years, Howie continued a close relationship with many of his fellow PSA colleagues – sharing a desert camping spot, traveling internationally and by attending the annual PSA Oldtimer’s Picnic.

Howard was a devoted husband, loving father and grandfather who always put his concern for his family first. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Betty Jane, one year ago. He is survived by his daughters, Sharon (John) Woodrow of Alpine, Sheryll (Al) Foye of Alpine; son, Steven (Arlean) Lane of El Cajon; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Margaret "Peggy" Miyose

Passed June 27, 2008

Margaret (Peggy) Miyose passed on June 27, 2008 peacefully in California with family present. She is survived by her daughter, Pam Shaw of Spring Lake, NC, and her niece Nancy Glaze of Kileen, Texas and family and friends who loved her.

Peggy started with PSA at the Reno Reservations Center in 1986. After the merger with USAir, Peggy transfered to IND for a few years and then to INT, where she retired and enjoyed her travel benefits.

Richard "Dick" Hooper

Passed September 13, 2008

Richard (Dick) Hooper passed away peacefully Saturday, September 13, 2008 surrounded by his family. Dick is survived by his two daughters, Dawn and Kim; son, Jason; five grandchildren; and one great grandchild.
Dick enjoyed a long career in the airline industry and retired in 2000. He volunteered more than 3000 hours with the City of San Diego, Police Department's RSVP program. Dick was also a patient advocate and recipient of stem cell research.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Dick's name and sent to: California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, 210 King Street, San Francisco, CA 94107.

Gary Kissel

Gary Kissel
Passed May 24, 2008

Gary Kissel, former director of Public Relations, passed away Saturday evening in Banning, CA, with his family by his side. In accordance with his wishes, there will be no funeral service.

Gary was born in Nebraska in 1932, and raised in Kansas. After studies at the Universities of Kansas and Nevada, he served in the U.S. Air Force at Nellis AFB. Gary moved to Southern California in 1964, working at several Southland newspapers before joining the City of Los Angeles Airports department in Public Relations. Gary was hired by PSA as Director of Public Relations in 1968, and became Director of Corporate Communications in 1974, before leaving PSA in 1979.

In his retirement, Gary volunteered for the San Diego Aerospace Museum, and wrote the book "Poor Sailors Airline" in 2002.

Carol Dye

Passed April 19, 2008

David Herbert

Passed September 19, 2007

David was born Sept. 23, 1942 in Cincinnati, OH, and grew up in Los Gatos, CA, where he attended Union Elem. and Camden High. He graduated from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA, then received flight training at Santa Cruz Airport and enlisted in the California National Guard.

David joined the PSA family in 1966, and retired from US Airways in 1999. Outside of PSA, he loved to travel, play golf, tennis, waterski and snow ski, and restore his 1964 Corvette Stingray.

After a long battle with brain cancer, David passed on peacefully at home. He is survived by his wife Annie, daughter Kimberly, son-in-law Dean Hopkins, granddaughters Taylor and Hope, as well as his brother Mark and sister Laura.

Kathy Cunningham

Passed September 4, 2007Kathy Cunningham

Kathy was born January 20, 1959, and began her career with PSA in Fresno on October 23, 1979. Kathy spent 28 years with PSA and US Airways, rising up to become a Customer Service Supervisor in SFO. She was part of the merger integration team between America West and US Airways in SFO, as well as station trainer and Star Alliance resource.

Kathy had a strong will for life, beating cancer twice during her twenties and receiving a heart transplant at age 40. After her recovery, she lived an incredible life. Kathy never looked back, did everything with passion and gave of herself to others completely. Kathy is survived by her husband Paul, parents Carl and Virginia Sodergren, brothers Mike and Chris, and Golden Retrievers Otis and Romeo.

Visit her online memorial

Edward Kucynski

Passed January 29, 2007

Edward Henry Kucynski, 80, of San Diego died Jan. 29. He was born on August 15, 1926 in McDonald, Ohio, and joined PSA as a mechanic after retiring from the Navy, completing his career with USAir.

Survivors include his wife, Willodean Buster-Kucynski; daughters, Patty Carr of San Diego, Martha Jarrett of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Betty Dugger of El Cajon; brother, Stanley Kucynski of Ohio; 12 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren.

DeArmond "Andy" Anderson

Passed August 5, 2007

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson was born July 3, 1919, and raised in Phelps County Nebraska with an early avocation for aviation. After working for Ryan Aircraft before World War II, he joined the Army Air Corps as a primary training instructor/mechanic in Tucson, before returning to San Diego to work for Bill Gibbs at Montgomery Field.

Andy joined the PSA family in 1952 as a mechanic, and rose to Assistant Vice President of Maintenance in 1973, retiring in 1982.

Andy enjoyed traveling throughout the USA and Western Europe as well as Mexico and the California backcountry with his wife of 65 years, Lucille. He was a man of sincerity and integrity and will be deeply missed.

Survivors include his son Gary Anderson of San Diego, two grandchildren, Alan and Rita Anderson of the San Francisco Bay area, and many cousins, nieces and nephews in the Mid-west. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lucille O. Anderson.

Internment was held at Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego.

Jere Nudson

Jere passed in March 2007. He and Pat have been staying close to their daughter's family in an assisted living facility in Mesa, Arizona, and in these past couple of years Jere suffered from Alzheimer's disease, ultimately leading to his death. He slipped away from us peacefully.

Fred Villanueva

Fred passed away in December 2004, while flying for Salmon Air of Idaho. Fred was an A&P mechanic in the 1960s, before being drafted and sent to Vietnam.

Lee Leslie

Lee Leslie (Gene Leslie's wife) passed May 2, 2007 from a bacterial infection.

Services will be held Saturday, May 5th at 1pm at the El Cajon Mortuary, 684 S. Mollison Ave., El Cajon. Rev. Brian Reed from Fletcher Hills Presbyterian Church will officiate.

Carl Eugene 'Gene' Long

Passed January 18, 2007

Carl passed away in his home in San Marcos, CA from complications from Leukemia. Gene was born August 3, 1938 in Ross County, Ohio, and married his loving wife, Elizabeth Ann 'Mickey' Blazer on September 7, 1956. Carl was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and retired from the Building Maintenance Department of PSA and US Airways. He loved his family and friends, restoring old cars, mushroom hunting, riding his Gold Wing, traveling in his new motorhome and spending his summers at his second home in New Haven, IN. His friendly smile and great sense of humor will be missed by all who knew him. A memorial service will be held at a later time in New Haven, IN and in his hometown of Frankfort, Ohio.

Gene Milligan

Passed January 15, 2007

Pat Ferguson

Passed January 12, 2007

Pat Ferguson passed away near her family in Reno, NV on January 12 from heart complications. Pat joined PSA in 1978 in SAN RES, transferring to Reno in 1986, where she stayed until 1990. Pat was a brest cancer survivor, and a talented seamstress in addition to her work at PSA and USAir.

David Hinesly

David passed on October 22, 2006 from ALS.

Peter Jackalus

Passed September 16, 2006.

Capt. Bill Hall

Passed November 30, 2004

Bill joined PSA in 1965 as a pilot on the Lockheed Electra. Prior to PSA, Bill was a gunnery sargent in the Marine Corps, as well as an aircraft salesman and instructor at Air Oasis. in 1961-62, Bill flew san Diego Union publisher James Copley's DC-3.

Bill moved through the ranks at PSA to join the training department, becoming a popular trainer. Forrest Allen noted "Bill could take guys who were having trouble and work hard to get them through...He had rapport with people, good humor, and he had some techniques that worked." Bill served for six months as manager of the flight training department, as well as serving as a check pilot.

After the merger, Bill moved the Charlotte training base, ending his career on the Boeing 767 in 1994. After retirement, Bill indulged his love of hunting and fishing from homes in Lake Havasu and Prescott.

We will miss you, Bill.

Harry Somers

Passed February 27, 2005

Harry Vincent Somers Jr. retired from the Navy and joined Pacific Southwest Airlines. (More information in progress).

H.E. "Ham" Fears

Passed February 13, 2005

Ham was a native San Diegan born July 27, 1917. He was predeceased by his wife Betty, in 1983. He left 6 children, 11 grandchildren and numerous (meaning too many to keep track of) great grandchildren.

He joined the PSA family in February, 1951, relocating with his family to Oakland to take charge of maintenance. When Oakland was phased out, he moved to San Bruno and headed the maintenance department for San Francisco until 1959.

Ham returned to San Diego and filled many positions, including mechanic and foreman until his retirement in 1975. Among his responsibilities were the design, fabrication and purchase of all tooling and equipment for Boeing 727 and Boeing 737 aircraft. He spent many months in Seattle learning these aircraft from the inside out.

During the introduction of the Lockheed L-1011 aircraft into passenger service he served as tooling and equipment coordinator. Here again he went to “school” at Lockheed to learn it all.

After his retirement, Ham volunteered at the San Diego Aerospace Museum, where he worked on the replica of the Spirit of St Louis, and other projects.

Ham enjoyed getting together with some of the other “Old-timers” and sharing memories of the good old days. He will be missed by many friends and family.

Capt. Larry Selleck

Passed August 26, 2005.

Moises "Cas" Castillo

Passed August 1, 2005.

Robert "Bob" Flores

Passed June 9, 2005. A&P Mechanic in SFO/OAK for nearly 30 years with PSA and US Airways.

Nikki St. Germain

Passed May 8, 2005

Nikki St. Germain was one of the guiding lights in the PSA family. Nikki was born in San Diego in 1949, and joined PSA in 1968 after graduating from Crawford High School.

Nikki showed her talents rapidly, moving up from a stewardess into stewardess training, then to manager of Flight Attendant training and director of in-flight customer service.

In 1984, Nikki was named manager of customer service in LAX, with further promotions to regional director of customer service and director of reservations by 1987. Sadly, Nikki lost her husband, Doug Arthur, in the tragedy of flight 1771 - after losing her brother, Donald, on flight 182.

Nikki left PSA in 1987 and devoted her life to fundraising. Working with the La Playa unit of Children's Hospital Auxiliary and Voices for Children, she devoted her energies to both these organizations with the same dedication that served her well at PSA.

Services were held May 12, 2005 in San Diego.

Dave Burness

Passed April 8, 2005

Dave was born in Oakland and as a young man served in the United States Navy. From 1950 to 1975 he resided in San Diego with his family where he was employed by Pacific Southwest Airlines, working his way up from mechanic to Vice President of Engineering. In 1975 he went with the Boeing company to Baghdad, Iraq. In 1977 he was hired as Vice President of Engineering by Royal Jordanian Airlines in Amman, Jordan. In 1984 he retired to the island of Cyprus where he enjoyed boating and scuba diving. In 1992 he returned to California moving to Santa Maria. Dave was fortunate to have traveled to many countries around the world with his wife Iona, where they made many friends along the way. Dave was well respected and will be deeply missed and never forgotten.

Capt. Donald "Gene" Lundy

Gene Lundy
Passed March 18, 2005

Capt. Donald "Gene" Lundy, 69, of El Cajon passed away March 18. He was born Dec. 29, 1935 in Conway, SC. Gene is survived by his wife Billie, son Don, daughter-in-law Sandy, two beautiful grandchildren Lisa and Jenny, sister Elizabeth Watson, father-in-law C.K. Hill, sister-in-law Sandi Krizan and many other treasured family and friends. Gene was a retired PSA/USAirways Captain. Not one to sit down and let the world go by during his retirement, he started and owned several businesses. He was a member of many associations but the one that he was most passionate about was VFW/VMA 2275. Inurnment and a memorial service will be Friday, April 1 at Fort Rosecrans Nat�l. Cemetery at 10am. An additional memorial service will also be held Saturday April 2 at 11am at the VFW/VMA, 136 Chambers St, El Cajon. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the VFW/VMA #2275.

Capt. Larry Wechsler

On October 16, 2004 Captain Larry Wechsler, age 55, died unexpectedly while jogging near his home in Tucson, AZ.

Larry was hired by PSA in 1976. At the time of his death, he was a USAirways Boeing 767 International Captain based in PIT. He was one of the best, not only as a pilot, but as a a loving husband and father, and friend and fellow aviator. He is survived by his wife Mary, and their two daughters Kathy and Jennifer.

Captain Wechsler was also employed by Flight Safety International as an instructor that specialized in Automated Flight Deck Training and was noted for his contributions as an expert in that field.

Richard "Dick" Tatelman

Passed June 15, 2004

Born in Colon Hospital, Panama Canal Zone on December 30, 1935. Dick was a member of the 1953 class of Cristobal High School. He was also educated at the US Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY and the University of Colorado Boulder, Colo. After sailing in the Merchant Marine and serving in the US Navy, he enjoyed a 30 year career with Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) and USAirways. After retiring in 1990 he toured Europe annually, in addition to various cruises, including ``RMS Queen Elizabeth 2'' world cruise segments. Periodically riding his vintage BMW motorcycle until his death he was also a Charter Member of the Heritage Society of the San Diego Maritime Museum and the San Diego Art Museum. He also served on the Church Council of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego as well as being elected for two terms as President of the Friars Village Assoc. Dick helped found the ``Live and Let Live'' Alano Club of San Diego. Preceded in death by his parents, Judge and Mrs. Edward Tatelman; sister Muriel O'Rorke and former wife and friend Maxine Myers; survived by nephews Regan O'Rorke of Key Biscayne, Fla., Robin O'Rorke of Scottsdale, Ariz., niece Susan Sebba of Tempe, Ariz., stepson Chris Stokes of La Jolla, Ca. His Grandfather, Harry Brown was a Roosevelt Medal of Honor holder.

Jack Stoops

Passed July 7, 2004

Jack was born in Boyleston, Indiana and moved to San Diego at the age of 18 when he joined the Marine Corp. After the Marines, he began a career in the travel industry that spanned 60 years, including American Airlines, PSA, Hughes Airwest, Northwest Airlines, Tauck Tours, Via Rail and JAL. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Anna Jean, and his daughter and son-in-law, Jan and Steve Magnolia of Lebanon, Oregon.

Capt. William Krizan

More details to follow.

Dave Weir

Passed May 21, 2004

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