By Bob Harmon
February 06, 2006
Jennifer Brewer is the one not being reasonable! I thought Ms.
Brewer was being way to tough and maybe a little hostile towards
Mark Neckameyer who is a veteran himself and seems to be a pretty
civic minded guy reading the biographical data you printed about
him. We need more people in our MAAD and other
charity groups. There aren't enough people willing to help out.
It looks like Mr. Neckameyer vacations in Alaska and plans a
move soon to Alaska which in my mind gives him the right to comment
on local happenings.
The most important comment
I have is that Mr. Neckameyer didn't put down Maj. Freeman in
any manner. As I recall he said very kind things about the Major's
bravery as a fellow veteran. He did point out that airplane repossessing
may be a dangerous thing to
do, dangerous not only to the unfortunate pilot but also to the
community. This is probably the type of thinking a person in
MAAD would do. The community has a right to live safely.
The agency of the government
that investigates all plane crashes should definitely look at
this one and if the company that sent Butch Freeman out on that
last assignment was at fault, they do have some explaining and
some paying to do. Nothing wrong with that sentiment at all.
Juneau, AK - USA
About: Bob Harmon is a retired
teacher. He was born and raised in Seattle and taught English
most of his career in the Des Moines, Iowa schools. Two years
ago, the Harmons moved to Alaska after retiring to help his wife's
By Jennifer Brewer - Ketchikan, AK - USA
Reasonable Pactice? By Mark Neckameyer - Irvine, CA - USA
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