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 Post subject: RIP Doug Jackson
PostPosted: 22 Apr 2018, 16:14 


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A sad day today. Doug Jackson from Wichita area passed away this morning after a short battle with cancer. He was diagnosed only a month ago. :angel:

I met Doug about 2 months ago while looking for a P Baron. A great man, lots of aviation experience and an all around great man. My sincere condolences to Doug’s family and those who knew him much better than I did.

Enjoy the ride, we never know which one is our last!


 Post subject: Re: RIP Doug Jackson
PostPosted: 22 Apr 2018, 17:04 

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