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13-Aug-2017 13:11

I treasure my years with Ozark Airlines, and the many friends that I met along the way.

You may email Don at ([email protected]) (Updated 10-17-06) '76 - The End (Flight Attendant - STL).

You may email Dewayne at ([email protected]) Updated 2-15-05 '84 - The End (Customer Service - SAT).

After OZA stayed with TWA working ramp in STL, MSP, SEA, OMA until 1990. '67 - '86 (Customer Service - ORD, MSP, BNA, MKE and STL). Moved to Seattle with TWA & anxiously awaiting retiremnt in a few years. You may email David at ([email protected]) '79 - The End (District Sales Manager - ORD).

I would be happy to hear from any of my old friends. I now work as a parts advisor for a major recreational vehicle manufacturer in Indiana.

Like the rest of the people here, I had a great time working for OZA, a lot of good memories, good people to work with.

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I am interested in genealogy & have traced my family's name back to 1585 & 1604. My wife Karen has won a battle with cancer and is doing great. After OZA '86 went with TWA transferring to OMA - The following tribute was provide by Don's son Mike (He was in service with TWA at the time he passed away from a year long battle with cancer.

Always enjoy the reunions seeing old friends and fellow employees.



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