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A cold wintry day here in Washington State. This February 12 marks 58 years since families across the United States lost loved ones in the accident of Flight 705 in the Florida Everglades. The memory of these individuals stretches from … Continue reading
Hello again. Valentines Day. Coming just two days after the crash this must have been so painful for our families 57 years ago. I wanted to invite anyone who cares to, to submit photos of your loved ones that were … Continue reading
“Eventually all things merge into one and a river runs through it. I am haunted by waters.” -Norman McClean A new decade. A new set of numbers to mark this day. 57 years since that February 12. Remembering my Dad … Continue reading
It is a cold snowy morning here this day. Once again, as throughout the year, thoughts turn to our loved ones who left us 56 years ago today: You live on in the hearts of the families and friends you … Continue reading
February 12, 2018 marks the 55th anniversary of the loss of Flight 705. That day our lives were forever changed. Today we remember family members, friends, and the crew of Flight 705 with love and gratitude for the time we … Continue reading
In memory of all who boarded Flight 705 53 years ago this morning. You are still remembered, and missed, by many.
Thanks to Carol Hall for this poignant article. See page 14.
A special welcome to the family of Max and Ethel Kelinson. Here’s to the memory of your grandparents.