MAC's Old Team
MARCH 2014 LUNCH MEETING

Lunch at RED LOBSTER
Wednesday, March 12, 2014



Mr. Alan Hoffman spoke to the group providing interesting information about the history of Lambert Airport. Mr. Hoffman has been coordinating the effort to publish a book celebrating Lambert Airport's 100 years (1920-2020) history in collaboration with the Airport, the Missouri Aviation Historical Society, the History Museum, the Air & Space Museum, etc. Alan would like to inform Mac's Old Team (MOT) retirees about the progress of the book and also is requesting any pertinent history from MOT retirees. Thank you Alan!

Norman Beckel reported that several of our teammates are having health problems and unable to attend the meeting. Dave Szukalski had some serious surgery about a month ago, and is still in the hospital in intensive care. Dave's family will be providing Norm Beckel with updates, and we will pass it on via. email & this website.
Please keep Dave in your thoughts and prayers.

The April Lunch meeting will be at:
Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet
3801 Mexico Rd 63303
636-447-8887


Below are pictures that were taken at this March 2014 lunch meeting.


Jack Abercrombie, Greater St. Louis Air & Space Museum


Alan Hoffman discusses progress toward publishing
a book celebrating Lambert Airport's 100yr. history


Carmelo Turdo, Greater St. Louis Air & Space Museum


Jim Merriman, The Space Museum, Bonne Terre, MO


Earl Robb, Jerry Roberts


Joe & Marilyn Bell


Dick & Mary Lou Ampleman


Jerry Roberts, Bob Schepp, Norman Beckel


Dean & Carol Purdy


Judy & Ray Tucker


Karen Smith, Debbie Nathanson, Diane Causey, Ruth Ham


Mary Lou Ampleman


Dennis Gerth, Don Zartman


Mike Wendt


Lawson Hart, Vern Hawkins


Dick Saffley, Joe Moore, George Mehlick


Tim Tinesley


Glen Bowers, Dave Ott


Randy Carrier, Kent Bartels


Wayne Nathanson, Dave Gibson, Ron Braunesreither


Leo Killcullin, Josey Page, Bill Mayfield


Vern Mueller, Don Rebert


Dennis Gerth


Jerry Roberts, Bob Schepp


Dick Saffley, Don Rebert


Bill Mayfield


Carl Scheske


Glen Bowers


Don Zartman