Alaska Airlines Flight 261
My sister works for Alaska and I know she is going through quite a difficult time with this crash. I can only imagine how family members of those who perished are coping. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of them. Rest assured, your loved ones are in the arms of angels.
I cant stop thinking about the trauma the people on board went through falling from 17000 ft. It brings tears to my eyes. There were 3 infants on board also. God!! please help the families cope with the tragedies and do something so that such things do not happen in future. This is my prayer.
My heart goes out to the families and friends of those who have passed. God Bless you all.
My prayers go out to the families of those who lost their life in this unforseen tragedy. My God always be kind to all of you and by the grace of God you will be able to go on with your life. Your love ones will always be with you in spirit.
My deepest sympathies and condolences to all those families and friends for the loss of their loved ones. May the memories of your friends and loved ones reunite and strenghen the bonds with those who remain.
Take your most cherished moment with your loved ones and when your feeling loss please think of that. Memories may seems difficult but they are the gifts god gives us until we meet again.
My deepest sympathies to all the families of those onboard Alaska Arlines flight 261. God bless you all
My sincerest condolences to the families, friends, and loved ones of the passengers and crew of Alaska Airlines Flight 261. May thier memories live forever in the minds of those who knew them.
My thoughts and prayers are with the passengers of Flt. 261 and their friends and families. Few can fathom their loss...
The camera men, reporters and other members of the media who crowded the arriving family members at SFO and SeaTac like demented ghouls should have been kept far away. I was shocked and disgusted when I witnessed that on the news. That was a new low for the media and we should all be thoroughly disgusted.
I have known the pilot and his family for 20 years...Words absolutely fail me and tears keep flowing..I know that he would have done everything possible to save his passengers..God be with them all and their families. bonnie charlton
The crew and passengers aboard Alaska Airlines Flight 261, which crashed off the Southern California coast on Monday:
Capt. Ted Thompson, 53, based in Los Angeles.
First Officer William Tansky, 57, based in Los Angeles.
Allison Shanks, 33, flight attendant, based in Seattle.
Craig Pulanco, 30, flight attendant, based in Seattle.
Kristin Mills, 26, flight attendant, based in Seattle.
Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air employees:
Sarah Pearson, flight attendant, based in Seattle. Traveling with husband Rodney, daughter Rachel and infant.
James J. Ryan, flight attendant, based in Portland, Ore. Traveling with parents and brother: Terry, Bradford and Barbara.
Ileana Ost, customer service employee, based in San Francisco. Traveling with husband Bob and infant.
Sheri Christensen, 25, Horizon Air ground service agent, based in Seattle.
Rachel Janosik, 20, Horizon Air food and beverage agent, based in Seattle.
Anjesh Prasad, 19, Horizon Air ground service agent, based in Seattle. Traveling with cousins Avinesh Prasad and Avines Dell.
Stacy Schuyler, 20, Horizon Air ground service agent, based in Seattle.
Carolyn Clemetson and infant
Megan Hall (traveling with Horizon Air employee Rachel Janosik)
Ryan Sparks (traveling with Horizon Air employee Rachel Janosik)
To all the people who had loved ones and/or good friends onboard the ill-fated Alaska Airlines flight 261, my heart and deepest sympathy goes out to you. Be grateful for all the wonderful times that you shared together and cherish those precious moments forever.
Steve Wilkie who was one of the passengers aboard this ill-fated flight previously lived and worked in Chicago before moving to San Francisco. The people who knew him and his loving and caring personality hopes his wife and family can find comfort in knowing he was someone who touched many people through his too short life. My heart-felt sympathy goes out to everyone who lost a friend or relative on this flight.
I wish to express my deepest sympathy to everyone who had loved ones on the Alaska Air flight. I did not know anyone on the flight, but it is a terrible tragedy when we lose so many dear people. I hope and pray that the departed will rest in peace and that those who have suffered losses will remember all the joy and good times they shared with those people. May they forever Rest in Peace.
I, like not doudt many others, never gave any real thought about the people involved in a plane crash until TWA Flight #800. While watching the news stories I was very surprised to see a photo of one of my high school class mates and team mates flashed on the screen. He, his wife and daughter were on the plane.
I now know that for every soul on board there is a family, a group of friends, a company, a neighborhood, a school et al that loves and misses them......and that while I may not know some one on Flt 261 there is a very good chance I know some one who did......
The "Navy Hymn"
Remember them well-they will allways be with you.