Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Deceased


  • 02/15/2014: Tom Kovach posted (via Phil Stallard) that
    Mike Sands had passed away in Jacksonville, FL. He served as a Sergeant in the Air Force, and was stationed at Maxwell AFB. Our condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.
    Broadus-Raines Funeral Home Obituary



    DECEASED SPs
  • Ashlin, SSgt Johnny C.
    (~1980s per Mark Guest)

  • Campbell, TSgt Thomas
    (1978, click HERE for his memorial page)

  • Hale, SSgt Randy
    (~1980s per Mark Guest)

  • Herron, LtCol Cranford Edward
    (per Jay Johnson)
    (confirmed via Langley AFB FOIA Office)

  • Kawzinski, SMSgt (Ret.) Richard L. and his wife
    (~2006, auto accident, per Mark Guest)

  • Mangrum, MSgt (Ret.) Daryl Lee
    (2008 per Jim Steele)
    (confirmed via the Montgomery Advertiser's obituary search page)

  • Maynard, MSgt (Ret.) Haskell V.
    (2012 per George Ingols and Arleen Giesey)
    (confirmed via Prattville Memorial web site)
  • Sands, Mike
    (2014 per Tom Kovach and Phil Stallard)
    (confirmed via the Broadus-Raines Funeral Home Obituary

  • Sculthorpe, SrA Samantha
    (2008, auto accident, Maxwell-Gunter News)

  • Setzer, Robert "Bob"
    (Click HERE to see his obituary.)

  • Steelman, Frank
    (per Tom Kovach)

  • Todd, CMSgt (Ret.) Claude L.
    (2007, auto accident, per Ray Spigner)

3 comments:

  1. All,

    Please feel free to submit comments with corrections since some information (especially ranks) can be several years (even decades) old.

    Thanks ~ J.P.

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  2. Tsgt Mangrum was a role model to me. He will be forever missed. I enjoyed the days we had when he was my supervisor. I was stationed with him from 1984-1986. We had lots of fun on my flight when he was in charge.

    Mark H. McCraw
    3800 SPS Veteran

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  3. Long after Frank Steelman's death from brain cancer in 1993, I moved to Nashville (2001) and later to Mount Juliet, TN (2005), which was Frank's hometown. I had the privilege of meeting his parents and sharing some stories about Frank before they died.

    Frank had a son, who was in college in Texas and studying theater when I had that meeting in late 2011.

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