A gold seal flight instructor and former freight dog shares flying tips & techniques with an occasional bit of humor.
You have my sympathies. My dad died of pancreatic cancer in 1979 at age 44. While progress has been made in the battle against cancer, pancreatic cancer has a staggering mortality rate to this day.
What a life Gi led. His simplicity and grace will be missed. I had the distinct pleasure of meeting his family today at a nice memorial...er...celebration of his life, today at CAl-Air at HWD, put on by Keith and Susie Amaro, owners of Cal-Air and really fine folks. Gi was my instructor in the G-1000 172, and he touched my life. almost 100 of his friends, family, and students were in attendance, and it was very emotional to see the impact he had on so many lives. He's wheels-up now, on his way to fairer weather and longer runways, but he will not be forgotten. Big thanks to Keith And Susie for honoring Gi's life and allowing us to gather in his memory. Sincerely, Greg Paolino
John, first time I've stopped by in several days. Please accept my belated condolences for your loss.
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