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Purplemoose

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  1. Yes Dad and Dan were flying, Dan would be able to tell the story, as he was learning as much as he could about the 61 Poul Ladefoged and Tony Hall were the engineers. Busy days with the Okie heavies, logging and construction. Was common to load and unload the machine many times a days doing different lift jobs. This story and many more at the Okie reunion next weekend. Safe travels Jim Anderson
  2. I'm truely saddened of learning of Mikes passing. I had not worked with him for a few years, but through the good times of Helipro and Canadian and VIH we certainly shared our share of swarf. From Prince Rupert,Terrace, all the way to Grants Pass Oregon, I always felt comfortable that he was fixing the 61 for me. We had many of long hard hrs of 61 mgb fitting changes, but also the few beverages after the long days of rivet bashing. He is a loss to the industry. A bigger loss to his family. My heart goes out to you Trish and the family. Sorry I'm going to miss friday as it is not far away. Jim Anderson Terrace BC Working in Melbourne Fla. for a while.
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