WASP Gloria Heath (born May 7, 1922 died December 16, 2017 (aged 95) was a flight safety pioneer, founding member of the Flight Safety Foundation, and the former head of the International Academy of Astronautics Space Safety Committee.
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May 10, 2018
WASP Jean has ‘Slipped the surly bonds of earth, And danced the skies on laughter- silvered wings”
Early this morning, we lost our Mom. Jean Terrell. Actually Marguerite Jean Terrell McCreery. (Moreo) She celebrated 94 years on April 28th.
She was survived by her 10 children, 24 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren. 5 facebook sites and a miriad of friends and admirers from her full and interesting life.
There are no scheduled plans at this time, In lieu of flowers, a donation to TWU or any WASP museum is appreciated. The family also are grateful for any cherished pictures of her and you to be put on this page.
So many of you know her through facebook or she touched your life long ago. but her memory was sharp and focused and she loved seeing pictures of Troy Ohio, WASP, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Women pilots and their planes, the 99’s, EAA, WAI, and pictures of Northern California.
So go ahead and share those memories.thank you for showing her a good time.
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