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The Passenger List of Pacific Air Lines Flight 773
 (Crashed near San Ramon, Calif)

May 7, 1964

The Crew

 

Captain Ernest A. Clark, 52, of San Carlos, CA


Born January 1st, 1912, in Nebraska.  Was a WWII Army pilot and senior pilot for PAL. He held a valid airline transport pilot certificate No. 33313 with type ratings in Douglas DC-3, Martin 202/404, and Fairchild F-27 aircraft. His physical qualifications were current and without waivers. He originally qualified in the F-27 on March 10, 1959. He had a total of 20,434:12 flying hours of which 2,793:40 hours were in F-27 aircraft. His last proficiency check in F-27 aircraft was on September 8, 1963.  

He was also the the father of Julie Clark, an accomplished aerobatics pilot and owner of the Mopar Parts T-34 Mentor, "Free Spirit", as well as two other daughters, Sharon and Judy.

 

First Officer Ray E. Andress, 31, of Santa Clara, CA


Born December 20th, 1932 in California. The son of an FBI agent, and an expert in self-defense & Judo, he held valid commercial pilot certificate No. 1331370, with instrument rating. His physical qualifications were current. He originally qualified in the F-27 on April 15, 1959, and had his last proficiency check on February 16, 1964. He had a total of 6,640:4l flying hours of which 988:17 were in the F-27 aircraft.

A former B-47 pilot for the Strategic Air Command, he joined Pacific Air Lines in 1957.  He was in line for a promotion to captain with the airline.  He was also the father of four children,

Flight Attendant Margaret 'Majorie' E. Schafer, 30, of Belmont, CA


Born October 11th, 1924, in Ohio. Was the mother of a small child.

The Passengers

Eda Helen Allrich, 42, wife of a Lodi minister flying to her sister's funeral.  Born in Missouri.

George S. Baldwin, 43, father of 7. An FAA Observer that lived in Fremont, Calif.  Born in Montana. Served in the Army during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.

William R. Beekley, 63, Served in the Army during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.

Paul Bell, of San Francisco

Bernard Bloch, 61, marine engineer, of San Francisco.  Born in New York.

Roger W. Brander, 34, general manager of KBUB-AM in Sparks, Nevada.  Born in Minnesota.

Norma B. Cuett, 42, a nurse, of Stockton.  Born in Canada, was married to Malcolm Cuett

Margaret E. Dragious, of San Francisco.  Born in Ohio.

Rev Lon H. 'Earl' Eakes, 88, retired minister from Stockton

Christopher G. Galanis, of San Francisco

Mr. Robert L. Gault, 26, Served in the Navy during the Korean War. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.

Lona Marie Gault, 27.  Born in New Hampshire. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.

Francisco P. Gonzales, of San Francisco.  Born in the Philippines.

Bonita M.Graham, of San Francisco.  Born in California.

Clifford Hall, of Concord

Miss Pauline K. "Polly" Johnson, 24, a religious singer from Lodi. Born in South Dakota.

Jurg P. Kaltbrunner, of San Francisco.  Born in Switzerland.

Donald T. Kendrick, 39, title seller from Stockton.

Norma L. Kendrick, 36, wife of Donald Kendrick.  Born in Pennsylvania.

Douglas Kendrick, 1 (infant)

 

Richard A. Kendrick, 3 (child)

 

George F. Lacau, 42, police inspector, of San Francisco. Served in the Coast Guard during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.


Elizabeth 'Betty' Lacau,
40, of San Francisco.  Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.


Charnett Lee, of San Francisco.  Born in Texas


Thomas V. Margrave,
Southern Pacific train engineer, of San Francisco.  Born in Kansas.


Martha Margrave,
of San Francisco.  Born in North Dakota.


Paul L. Marty, waterfront bar and hotel owner, of San Francisco


Georgette P. Marty,
of San Francisco


Anthony J. Mello, of San Francisco


Violet F. Melvin, of Eureka


Thomas K. Ng, of San Francisco


Mrs. Eleanor Parker, of San Francisco


Allan M. Sahlberg, of Pinole


Judith Stopp,
23, of San Francisco.  Wife of Thomas Stopp.


Mrs. Clara Stopp, 55, of San Francisco.  Mother-in-law of Mrs. Dale Stoop)


Mrs. Lillian L. Taramaschi, of Burlingame.  Born in Missouri.


Mrs. Earl Thomas, 64, of New York, NY


Mr. J. Thompson, of San Francisco


Roger W. Varney, 30, father of 4 and a FAA Observer, from Fremont.  Served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.

 

E. Lee Williams, 54, construction equipment salesman, of Stockton

 

Cleveland A. "Clifford" Wood, of San Francisco

 
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