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Don McTighe

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  1. Thanks for the Info Keith, Good to hear that everything worked out well.
  2. Hi Lee,

    We've had some changes out West. We moved to kelowna in March for my wifes medical issues, Havent flown since Feb 21st. still am promised a position with Alpine to return to, but time will tell what happens. My email is dmctighe@telus.net, and I am on Facebook.

    Hope all is well with you and yours

    Don

  3. Hi Don,

    Hope all is well out west. My brother tells me you take him hiking once in a while.

  4. My most sincere Condolences to Waynes family, his Co-workers and Friends. I had the privilege of meeting Wayne in the early 80's when he was with Midwest, skiing in Golden. A true gentleman!
  5. Wayne and Linda, My thoughts and prayers are with you. I just don't know what else to say, other than to echo the thoughts have been alreay posted, Don
  6. from www.Castanet.net Some of you may remember Fred from the old OK days .... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- BAIRD, Fred BAIRD, Frederick Charles Born September 3, 1922 at Lake Saskatoon, Alberta, passed away peacefully in Penticton, BC on October 31, 2009 with his family by his side. Fred is survived by his beloved and devoted wife of 60 years, Donella Laura Baird and a large loving family – his eldest daughter Leah and her husband Greg Humphreys (Vernon, BC), their family – Jesse Humphreys and Erin MacNamara,
  7. I first met Dave when I was assigned to the OKanagan Chetwynd Base as an Engineer ( about 1977). Terry Mooney was away on Vaction. I returned to Chetwynd to fly in 79. Dave was the ultimate mentor and I learned a lot from his experience and wisdom. To Dave's family and friends, I offer my most sincere condolences to this great loss. The industry has lost a great one ! I broke out my oldest Scotch in memory of you Dave, and as a true Scot, you know how deep that cuts ! To you CAP ! Don
  8. Tom, Congrats ! It's nice to see a Base guy to finally get some recognition that you deserve !
  9. Bravo Walter, the best way to quell the inevitable ugly rumor mill is with ..... the facts ! I wish that more companies had the foresight and guts to post as you did. I sincerely hope that everyone involved has a speedy recovery.
  10. Thanks Guys, but any praise over this incident should be directed to others.... The Comox Buffalo crew who gave us a pinpoint map location to search, which they determined from an IFR altitude of 16,000 overhead that afternoon. Well done gents ! The Two SAR Techs, Bruno and Scott who ran down through the bush and waded down the creek to reach the wreckage, extricated Kate, and carried her up the 200 meters to the waiting helicopter. The Golden SAR crews who volunteer to help all persons who are in need in the Golden area, regardles of the personal hardships they may encounter.
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