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Mike Toennis

MAJOR MICHAEL W. TOENNIS, born April 12, 1955, in San Antonio, Texas, died July 23, 2006 in Houston, Texas at the age of 51. Mike earned a BBA in 1978 from the University of Houston, where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, and an MBA in 1992 from Syracuse University. He proudly …

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Heathe N. Craig

Combat medic remembered at emotional service at Wiesbaden By Matt Millham, Stars and StripesMideast edition, Friday, June 30, 2006 Soldiers prepare to fire a volley during a 21-gun salute to Staff Sgt. Heath N. Craig, a member of the 159th Medical Company (Air Ambulance), who died June 21 in Afghanistan during a mission to rescue …

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Del Williams

Del has been riding a roller coaster over the last several months in regards to his health. Looking for a transplant one week, the next week being off the list due to health complications and bureaucracy and then finally and infection which complicated the other medical problems he was having. Del crewed the Foxy Lady …

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Mike Novosel

Born September 3, 1922 and raised in Etna, Pa., Novosel became an aviation cadet in the U.S. Army Air Forces when he was 19 years old. After earning his commission and pilot wings on December 15, 1942, he instructed in the North American AT-6 Texan at Laredo Army Air Field, Texas. By December 1944, Novosel …

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Jim Saler

It saddens to inform you of the death of Jim Saler. Jim Saler was a retired U.S. Army aviator who spent many of his years flying Medevac. After retiring from the Army he flew an EMS helicopter for Tri State CareFlight based in Durango, Colorado. Exactly one year to the day after leaving the Army, …

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