|AIR BAHAMA HISTORY BY FRED COX||CREW FRIENDSHIP REUNION WEBSITE FIRST PUBLISHED JULY 16, 2000|
ANDY BOER PASSED AWAY LAST NIGHT JULY 12, 2014,
CREW CONDOLENCES Affectionately called Andy Bear.
In memory of many fun flights - Rest In Peace
Judy Scott Boyle de Cottin, Texas US
I´m sorry to hear about Andy, may his soul rest in peace.
Diane Wildgoose, Freeport, Bahamas
Andy was such a nice man.
Joyce Petrina, Nashville TN US
May his soul rest in peace from Adela Osterloh, Nassau Bahamas.
I remember charming Andy Boer ever so well,
a real gentleman, kind and amusing all at once.
I had no idea he had Alzheimers, must have been
ever so hard on his wife Anne and his children.
Always so very sad to hear that another IAB crew
member has flown to pastures new. My warmest sympathy.
Nicole Burnett, Camberley, UK
Condolences to the family, Marina D McClain, Nassau Bahamas
Sorry to hear about Andy. He was a sweet person,
Daphne Kerr Johnson, Freeport Bahamas
Sad news indeed - knew him quite well, and I can still
remember him coming to our Ops office in Luxembourg.
He had a knack for the Air Bahama DC-8. It went so far,
that he was really mad when the company swopped aircraft
and he had to fly on one of the Loftleidir Icelandic
machines and the Icelandic crews on "his aircraft"!
Nice gentleman and very sorry to see him go.
My warmest sympathy to the family.
Tom Brandenburger, Luxembourg Findel Airport
My condolences to his family in their time of need.
Teresa Stirrup, Arizona US
So sorry to hear about Andy, a good friend in the good old days.
I’m sure he rests in peace. Frances Doyle, Nassau Bahamas
I´m sorry to hear this. He was so sweet.
Carnetha Carew, Nassau Bahamas