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Overseas National Airways Crew Friendship Site
OVERSEAS NATIONAL AIRWAYS HISTORY BY FRED COX CREW FRIENDSHIP REUNION WEBSITE FIRST PUBLISHED JULY 16, 2000

Convertible
DC-8-55
Flagship
Contender

UACI 747
Saudi colors
June 1979 -
Febr 1981

Douglas
DC-8-55F
N851F,
Flagship Resurgence

Electra
L-188C N182H

DC-7B N953P
Oakland AP 1967

DC-8-55
Travis AFB,
CA 1969

DC-8 Zurich
Switzerland
July 1975

Steedman accepting
first DC-10

ONA AUTHORS


CAMILLE GLENN PERRY IN MEMORIAM















KUWEIT AIRPORT ARRIVAL

San Juan Beach Hotel,
San Juan, Puerto Rico

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CAMILLE GLENN PERRY, 74, passed
away in October 2010 in her home
in Sarasota, FL from a cardiac
arrest.

Camille was the daughter of Camille and
Martin Glenn of Louisville.

Camille was preceded in death by her
parents; and later by her husband,
Thurston Perry, in 2001.

She attended the University of Kentucky,
where she was a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma Sorority. She sold real estate in
Connecticut and New York City and
maintained a Florida real estate license
until 2009.

She is survived by her sister, Elissa
"Lisa" Glenn of Aiken, SC.

Published in The Courier-Journal on
May 22, 2011

Tokyo Tea Ceremony with
Margareta Nisser, Camille Glenn Perry,
Karin Arndt Scheiwe and
Maureen Sandkuhl.

BEIRUT RAFIC HARIRI INTīL AIRPORT





We are sorry to lose our friend
and colleague.

Rest In Peace.

Margareta Nisser, NY
Karin Arndt Scheiwe, TX


Brown-eyed CAMILLE GLENN
hails from Louisville,
Kentucky. Before flying
with ONA she worked in
Rome, Italy, for three
years as an assistant in
a department store and as
a model for one year.



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