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Captain Jack Wagner, Thelma Otto
and Marie-Jeanne - layover
in Luxembourg


Marian and Georgette at same party!

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CAPTAIN JACK WAGNER
IN MEMORIAM

Heartfelt condolences to the family
from the Air Bahama Crew

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It is with sadness that I am notifying
you of the passing of Jack Wagner.
I have fond memories of Jack and know
that he is flying that orange airplane
in the sky with his glove on! May he rest in peace.
Margie Torres


It is  with  profound sadness I hear  
about the loss of two great  Pilots  
who  steered  us  in the  direction  
to  safe  journeys in the clouds. 

Captains  Jack  Wagner and Everett  
Terry were  two good pilots.  
My  Sincere Condolences to Both of 
the Families.
May they  Rest in PEACE.

Sincerely,
Olive  Schneider

Diane Wildgoose, Freeport - Grand Bahama
I am so sorry to hear about Jack Wagner
passing. God Bless him and His family.
May he rest in peace. Diane Wildgoose

Very, very sad news...
He was THE Captain in every sense
of the word.Only hope he has his Olives
and Cherries with him now...
(That's A Nassau Air Dispatch joke...
He would delay departure until
catering brought the required items !!)
Rest in Peace CAPT Jack.
From ALL at NAS Airport.
Ian Mortemore
NICOLE BURNETT, England
May dear Jack rest in peace - and I share
Margies fond memories of Jack flying with his
glove on.....what a lovely picture imagining
him flying That Orange Plane high up in the sky
with that great moustache, twinkle in his eyes
and teasing smile. He will not be forgotten by
anyone who ever met him.
Nicole Krettels Burnett

DOLORES LLEIDA, NASSAU
So sorry to hear that, he was my favorite.
Concolences to the family from
ADELA ADDERLEY OSTERLOH, Nassau
Jack was like the father to us all. One of
the most difficult flights with IAB was
with Jack. We took the bus from Luxembourg
taking out one of the diverted flights from
Frankfurt and Jack had to make a tough
decision whether to fly or stay in Frankfurt,
because it was just snowing so much. At one
point we boarded the passengers and half were
Icelandic's but had to get the pax off the plane
again. That evening I followed him every-
where because I wanted to know the next step.
Eventually we were going to take-off.

Nicky (Vernica Ferguson) and I were the most
senior on that flight and we worked hard.
Captain Jack is still my hero because
he got me home safely.
May his soul rest in peace and let light
perpetual shine upon him. I salute him.
Adela
Especially expressed condolences
by Captain and Mrs. Emmett Hays,
Captain Gus Bacon, Canada
Very sad to hear about the passing of Jack.
Our heartfelt condolences to his daughter
and family.Fondest regards,
Marian and Klaus from South Africa
Georgette Kohn-Frisch, Chantal Matuszewski,
Luxembourg GD
Gun Vidal, Stockholm Sweden
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The Blue Vista Club


Jack Wagner, Emmett Hays and Larry Swartz.
Photo courtesy Charlie Hinton.


Place dŽArmes, Luxembourg



Captain Jack Wagner and Andy Boer


Captain Wagner, unidentified,
"Baby Face"and Georgette partying!



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