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In Tribute to John D. Yamnicky
71 years old.   Residence: Waldorf, Md.
Passenger of Flight 77

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Forever Loved. Forever missed.

*** Posted by Marla Yamnicky on 2011-09-11 ***

Although we never met, I thank you for all of your service to our country. RIP my fellow American.

*** Posted by Lynette on 2011-09-11 ***

R.I.P., John. May god bless you.

*** Posted by Sarah on 2010-07-04 ***

We love you, John.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-17 ***

John was a Naval Aviator, a true professional. I met him in the fall of 1960 at the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. John was in our U.S. Navy Test Pilot School class. It was Class 28. After working, studying and flying with John, I rated him as number one in all aspects of the job and from our first meeting I was impressed with him as a knowing, caring and considerate person... always with a smile and a bountiful sense of humor, the kind of gentleman you enjoy being with and having on your team. It was with particular enthusiasm that I joined up with him for our annual Tailhook Reunion and Symposiums and TPS class reunions in such places as Lexington Park, Maryland and San Diego. In fact, the last time I saw John was at Tailhook '01 in Sparks, Nevada. It was immediately before the infamous date now referred to as ... 9/11. John is aboard that great aircraft carrier in the heavens and waiting for us to come aboard.

*** Posted by N Lee Bausch on 2006-07-20 ***

John was a great man, a great father, grandfather, and friend. He was a pleasure to be around.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-04-23 ***


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