Final Flights

307th Bombardment Group Association

This new Final Flights page was first started following our 2014 Family Reunion in Santa Fe, NM.

Seven of our revered veteran members were in attendance, and while some of our most devoted may not be able to travel, they are always remembered and we are forever grateful for the part they played in making the 307th Bombardment Group Association a successful, family unit.

The hardest news to share and to receive is the news of one of our own taking their final flight and leaving this world to join their freinds and fellow heroes who have gone before them.

This page is dedicated to all our dearly departed.

Berly Eugene Fulmer Sr. 1925 – 2015

Berly Eugene Fulmer Sr, 90 years old of Lexington went to be with his Lord […]

James Valentine Jay Walsh – 1919 – 2015

James Valentine Jay Walsh, 95, of Fannett, passed away June 16, 2015, of natural causes. […]

Charles F. “Frank” Quaila 1919-2015

Charles F. “Frank” Qualia peacefully passed away June 13, 2015 in Midland, Texas. Born on […]

Jacob Shoifet March 24, 1920 – June 4, 2015

Jacob Shoifet died peacefully on Thursday, June 4, 2015 in Houston, Texas at the age […]

Thomas Walter Pelle 1924-2014

Thomas Walter Pelle, born May 24, 1924, passed away at Jacksonville Memorial Hospital on November […]

Boris V. Hidalgo 1924 – 2014

Boris V. Hidalgo died of natural causes on Oct. 7, 2014, in Round Rock, Texas, […]

William Julian “Bill” Watson 1925 – 2014

William J. (Bill) Watson, Jr. 89 of Roanoke went home to be with the Lord […]

Honor and Tribute Memorials

To assist us in timely posting of notices of Final Flights, and Honor Memorials, please […]

James Valentine “Jay” Walsh 1919-2015

June, 2015 A Memorial Gift was made to the 307th Bombardment Group in honor of […]

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