Willis Dasher

9 Condolences

9 Condolences

  1. Will,
    Jan and I are saddened to learn of Al’s passing. I always appreciated his support for you and the Falcon soccer team, and his supportive attitude as a parent.
    We are also sorry that we will not be able to attend his services since we are flying to Denver and parts West today. Please pass our condolences on to your family.
    We know that Al is flying high once more.
    Jan and Jim

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  2. Al always did it his way. A great pilot and a great man. I miss the golf we played but a couple of times. He will surely lift you up on eagles wings. God Speed.

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  3. Dear Will, Kristina, Logan and Riley:
    We were saddened to read of the loss of your father and grandfather. He sounds like a great man. Know that our thoughts are with you at this most difficult time.
    Sincerely,
    Zoe, Steve, Chloe & Clay Obara

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  4. I flew with Al many years ago and am so sorry to hear he passed. An exceptionally talented pilot. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    Sincerely
    Diane Sandoval
    Now a captain for Usairways

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  5. Dear Family,
    You are all so blessed to have such a fine gentleman in your lives. I am so sorry to see him go. I spent many, many of the best hours of my life with “Al” on or around various golf courses. I was lucky to be in a group of 4 airline pilots which included “Al” that would get together annually for a golf trip somewhere in the eastern US. Many fine hours of horseplay & companionship. I am so proud to say he was my friend. You have our deepest condolences. Capt. Dasher and his family will be in our prayers. Good life Al.

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  6. Will and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss….Keeping you in my thoughts during this difficult time. It was so nice to run into you Wednesday

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  7. My condolences to all of Al’s family. I had the pleasure of first meeting Al when he was hired by Piedmont. Al flew with me on the 727 and later the 737, we nicknamed him “Fast Al”. It was always a pleasure to work with Al and I cannot ever remember Al without a smile. A really great guy and a true gentleman. I am deeply saddened to learn of his passing, but for me he is one of those pilots I will never forget. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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  8. Dear Dasher family.

    Sad news to hear about Al flying west. May he rest in peace in the hands of our Heavenly Father. I had the pleasure of flying as his F/O in BWI many times. He always had a smile on his face, always a grin. He was a bright and happy soul and it rubbed of on the rest of us. I used to tell my family about Capt Dasher, and the relationship to the Christmas song, “On Dasher, On Dancer…” As a fellow Vet(AF) I thank him for his service to our country. As an airline pilot, I thank him for years of dedication and safe travels. Capt Rick Rohas(Piedmont-US Airways) CLT AB 320-ret.

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  9. May the beautiful memories of your loved one provide solace and strength to you and your family during this difficult time. May you also find much comfort in God’s promise of life without end on a Paradise earth.
    Matt 5:5 & Psalms 37:11, 29

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