Comments: Hello TWA. Went to the 800 memorial for the first time. I had not realized how much time had gone by and how lucky I was to be a member of the greatest Airline on earth, TWA. Thanks to everyone that made it happen.
Added: October 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Bob Chase From: Iola, Ks. , previously based LGA, JFK, MCI, STL E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: Great to keep up to date. Retired from my second career as Executive Director for 21 years for Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center on Feb 1, 2016, after a fantastic career of 20 years, 1968-1988, with TWA as a CSA, Quality Assurance Coordinator, DCS, InFlight Supervisor, and Flight Attendant. Would return to the airlines if anyone could use an old goat like me. Love to fly and travel, and am most at home when around airline people ! I expect all of you feel the same, such a privilege to have that experience ! Would love to hear from you.
Comments: Nice to have good news on this site, yet many may wish to know of some who have Gone West. Joe Sinnott on 9/21/16, Gretchen Lewis 9/29. Robt. "Bob" Instone 9/29, Glenn Wiese 9/30 and Felix Peter "Rivits" Rivituso !0/7/16. May GOD Rest their Souls, keep that airline going up there for the rest of us.
Comments: Regarding the Nov 05 2016 Memirial for Sigi Groh. If You have a GPS the following will be helpful. The address is 906 Dune road, zip code 11978. I would like to invite anyone near, or on, Long Island, to our second Wednesday of the month luncheon at Houlihan's in Farmingdale on Rt110 at the Walmart entrance at Noon.Our next Lunch will be on Oct 12! Our biggest event of the year is the Christmas Party at the Milleridge Inn on December 10 at Noon. I have moved our events to Saturday to hopeffully get more of the TWA family members to come. My home phone is 631-367-9477. Cell, 631 748 9806. Give Me a call if You would enjoy spending some time with enjoyable, interesting friends Stay Well. I am sure You will find any of our events very enjoyable! Paul Emmert
Comments: Wow! What can I say about the 16 years I was lucky enough to work for TWA. I started out my career in Tulsa in 1968 and left the company in 1984 in Little Rock. So many good people along the way. I still have all of my service pins and lots of other mementos. Biggest highlight was when the very first TWA 747 landed in Tulsa and the entire city turned out to tour the aircraft. Along the way I worked in Dayton where I went through the '78 blizzard babysitting CMH passengers for 3 days. We all slept on a 707 parked at the gate. The wind made it seem like she was flying. Too many memories to recount.
Comments: Dear Relatives; Wanted to let everyone know there will be a Memorial Service for Sigi Groh on November 05 at 1PM at Cupsonge Beach, Westhampton, at the end of Dune Road. Sigi passed on July 14. I You need more info, contact Pat Groh at 717 590 7242. Paul Emmert.
Comments: Hi I had the best time of my life at TWA! I was hired at a young age in 1975 and worked at the Pittsburgh International and Domestic Reservations Office at the Pittsburgh Reservervations office, Chatham Center. TWA then moved their office out of Pittsburgh to St. Louis at that time which I opted to immediately be hired by USAirways, for I needed to stay in Pittsburgh with family. I would also like to know if there are any benefits I am entitled to, and how to keep in touch with my fellow workers.