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IN HENRY

MEMORY GILBERT

OF DALE

JANUARY 15, 1922 — MAY 11, 2003 Henry Gilbert Dale was a Flight Radio Operator for TWA starting in 1942 and continuing until 1957 when the position was terminated. Prior to his employment with TWA, Henry was a ground radio operator for Mid-Continent airlines at Sioux City, Iowa, and he served on Liberty ships during World War II, where he had one of his ships sunk by a mine off the coast of Brest, France. Henry returned to sea duty in the first Gulf War until retiring in 1990. Following his retirement, Henry served aboard the medical mission ship Anastais as navigator and radio officer. Henry was active in his church and numerous civic organizations. He was highly regarded by all who knew him. He kept in contact with other Flight Radio Operators and TARPA Members Earl Korf, Cliff Bruce and Harry Stitzel by ham radio. His wife Marie, a sister, a son, two daughters, five granddaughters and eight great-grandchildren survive Mister Dale

IN MEMORY OF CAPTAIN DONALD R. EVERSMAN NOVEMBER 26, 1942 — JULY 7, 2003

IN

MEMORY

OF

CAPTAIN JOHN B. SCHULTE MARCH 3, 1932 — JULY 17, 2003

IN CAPTAIN

MEMORY ARTHUR

OF

J.

MURPHY

MARCH 12, 1919 — AUGUST 1, 2003

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