In Memoriam

Obituaries for Whirly-Girls who are Hovering in Heaven


Some of summaries below have been excerpted from local newspapers and online obituaries, and some have been written by Whirly-Girls. 

Lora Trout


Lora Krystyna Trout, WG#2101, graduated with a degree in Forestry Fire Science from Colorado State University in 2013. She began a career in wildland firefighting on helitack crews which spanned over 12 years. During her wildland firefighting career, she achieved higher qualifications and became familiar with the responsibilities of a helicopter manager.
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Hazel Smothers


Hazel Lucille Ramos Smothers, Whirly-Girl #119, was born on November 22, 1929, on her grandparents’ ranch in Toro Creek, Morro Bay in California. She married Al Jordan, and they had three children.
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Jessica Brandal


Jessica Brandal, Whirly-Girl #2216, became fascinated with flying when she was very small, but it did not occur to her that flying helicopters was an option until she was much older. She joined the Air Force right out of high school and took a flight crew position thinking this would satisfy her desire to fly. About four years into her enlistment, she flew as a passenger on a Black Hawk and became enamored; she deeply admired the pilots who commanded their aircraft with ease and knew it was all she wanted to do.
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Virginia Seigel


Virginia Seigel attended Colorado University and learned to fly helicopters in the US Army. She served for 14 years as a helicopter pilot and in the Special Forces, working in the US, Germany, Korea, and Iraq. She was elected as City Judge in Havre, Montana in 2013, and later joined the US Border Patrol. Both a fixed-wing and helicopter pilot, she became Whirly-Girl #2034 in 2018. She loved music and played the guitar.
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Maria Rodriguez


Maria Rodriguez, WG#1183, was born in 1965 in Washington DC. In 1971, her family moved to St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands where they founded the well-known Rodriguez Auto Parts, a family-run business which still serves the Virgin Islands community. Maria attended college at UC Santa Barbara, studying linguistics and Japanese. Her husband, Nicolas Van Heurck, was a handsome young helicopter instructor from Belgium, who taught her to fly.
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Beverly "Bev" Vetter


Bev Vetter, WG#459, of Acampo, California, passed away on December 17, 2020 due to kidney failure. She was 90 years old. Over the years, Bev served several terms on the Whirly-Girls Board as Secretary and later as a Scholarship Director. As the first Whirly-Girls Historian, she devoted many hours to creating scrapbooks to preserve our organization’s history.
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Judith Stanton


Judith Stanton, WG#346, graduated from Hillsdale College in Michigan where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. She was an Interior Designer and a model, and joined the Whirly-Girls after receiving her helicopter rating.
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Krista Holstrom


Krista Holstrom, WG#1650, was born on June 25, 1985. A woman with a broad range of interests, she worked in a number of positions, including as a receptionist, marketing assistant, and clinical aide. But her true passion was aviation.
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Jerrie Cobb


Jerrie Cobb, a native of Oklahoma, learned to fly at age 12. She worked at small county airports after school and on weekends to gain flying experience and learn aircraft mechanics. At age 18, she became a professional pilot whose jobs included pipeline patrol flying, charter flying, flight instruction, crop dusting and ground school instruction. She was Whirly-Girl #53.
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Shannon Smith


Shannon Smith, WG#2005, became interested in helicopters while on a trip to Hawaii with her family during a helicopter tour. She said she vividly remembered the surreal feeling when they were no longer on the ground or moving forward. She was mesmerized by the ease with which the pilot handled the controls — it seemed so complicated but natural for her, like a choreographed dance.
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Ethel Jones Sheffler


From the time Ethel Louise Jones Sheffler, WG#7, took her first flight in 1936 at age 15 to the day she died in 2018 at age 97, she remained passionate about flying. Like many young women of her era, Ethel worked several jobs to be able to afford flying lessons. In reminiscing about her first flight, Ethel said, “I got bit by the bug. When I got down, there was no way they could keep me on the ground.”
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Frances “Fran” Bera


Whirly-Girl #49 Frances “Fran” Bera started flying in Grand Rapids, Michigan at the age of 16. She funded her after school flying lessons using money she had saved over four years by skipping lunch. Fran walked into a flight school with $80 and told them she wanted to become a pilot. Her parents were unaware of her aerial endeavors until she needed them to sign off on her solo flight. They were surprised, but supportive. Thus began Fran’s 75+ year career in aviation.
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Edwina “Wini” Gronvold


Edwina “Wini” Gronvold, Whirly-Girl #23, was an Army nurse stationed in Korea when she first became interested in helicopters. Later, while stationed in Germany in 1955, she married Robert M. Gronvald, an active duty Army helicopter pilot.
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Jean Tinsley


WG#118 Jean Kaye Tinsley was born on March 24, 1927 in San Francisco. She was deeply committed to aviation throughout her life. She earned an A.B. in Spanish, a B.S. in applied mathematics and statistics, and an M.A. in philology. She married Dr. Clarence Tinsley in 1941. Three children preceded her in death, and she is survived by three children, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
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Doris Lockness


Doris Lockness, WG#55, passed away on January 30, 2017 in California three days before her 107th birthday. She started flying in 1939, fitting in flight training while raising four children. As quoted by Village Life, she said, “Once they were all in school, I’d do the fastest housework you ever saw and then hop on my bike to rush to that little airport.”
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Mitzi Ellis


Mitzi Gutheil Ellis, WG#109, died in Portland, Oregon on June 16, 2016. Mitzi was the first Whirly-Girl to be an actress and had many do-it-yourself accomplishments, such as welding. Her husband was also a helicopter pilot. She is shown at left in a Hughes 300 helicopter.

Charla "Sparkie" Gates Cannon


Charla Gates Cannon, WG#105, died peacefully at home in Denver, CO on June 6, 2013. Born in Denver on October 19, 1919, "Sparkie" was the daughter of Charles C. Gates, founder of the Gates Rubber Company, and Hazel Rhoads Gates.
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Nancy Martin


Nancy Martin, WG #62, died December 3, 2015 at her home in Virginia. She was born on October 18, 1921 and grew up in New York. In 1941, Nancy married John Winston Graham, an Army Air Corps pilot who died during a training flight three months later. Fulfilling a promise to him, she earned her commercial and flight instructor ratings in November 1942 from the Embry-Riddle School of Aviation in Miami. She was then hired to train WWII pilots.
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Helen Jost


Helen Jost, WG#139 of Glen Spey, New York, died on September 25, 2015, surrounded by her family. She was born on August 18, 1927 in Stonington Deer Isle, Maine. After becoming a helicopter pilot, Helen owned and operated her company, Kennebec Helicopters, Inc., in Stewart Airport in New York. She was the first woman to operate a commercial power-line helicopter patrol service.
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Jane Hart


Jane Briggs Hart, WG #25, died June 5, 2015 in West Hartford, Connecticut. She was 93.

"Janey" Briggs was born Oct. 21, 1921, in Detroit, Michigan. She learned to fly as a teenager and married Philip Hart in 1943, who later served as Senator (D-Mich.) between 1959 to 1976. Though married to a U.S. senator, Janey Hart sidestepped the role of the stereotypical political wife and exercised her influence in the local Democratic Party.
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Marjorie Gorman


Marjorie N. Gorman, WG#93, passed away June 4, 2015. She was born in Ashland, Ohio, in 1925.

Marge was a commercially rated pilot and, as Whirly-Girl #93, was one of the first 100 women helicopter licensed pilots in the world. An avid aviator, Marge piloted aircraft across the Atlantic Ocean on four occasions. Read More

Helen Katherine Miller


WG#30 Helen Katherine “Katie” Miller, formerly of Goshen, died Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at her daughter’s home in Hume, Virginia. She was born February 23, 1923 in Wawaka to Harley T. and Mary Adeline (Eby) Inks. On December 24, 1941, she married Russell Lloyd Miller in Wawaka who died in 1970.

Katie worked as an office manager at the Goshen Municipal Airport for many years. She had a true love of flying.

She was survived by her daughter Gloria Bowman and many nieces and nephews.

Joyce Failing


Joyce Failing, WG#145, was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1927 and died December 25, 2014. She was an accomplished helicopter and fixed wing pilot. Her career of more than 50 years saw her as an air race pilot, instructor and teacher.
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Amber Lowery


Amber Lowery, WG#1364, flew EMS helicopters for Air Evac Lifeteam as did her father, Lee Christensen. She flew out of the Brownwood, Texas, base and lived near Rising Star with her husband and two small children. Amber began flying around 2003, and she worked as a helicopter instructor pilot as well as an offshore pilot before going to work for Air Evac Lifeteam. She was reported missing July 23, 2013.
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Gale Brownlee


Gale Brownlee, WG#141, died on Oct. 25, 2012 from complications after surgery. Daughter of the late Gladys Downer Feeley and John J. Feeley, Gale graduated from high school in 1944 and had a varied career in New York as a waitress, hat check girl, and photographer at the Stork Club, El Morocco, and the Latin quarter. During World War II, she joined a U.S.O. troupe entertaining our troops.
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Dora Dougherty Strother McKeon


Dr. Dora Dougherty Strother McKeon, WG#27, passed away on November 19, 2013. A true aviation pioneer, Dora was one of only two women in the W.A.S.P. program in World War II to fly the B-29 bomber. She later worked for Bell Helicopters and became the 27th woman in the free world to earn a helicopter rating. She was also the sixth female in the U.S. to earn an airline transport rating. She retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel.
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Barbara Klein Remlinger


Barbara Klein Remlinger, WG #894, is hovering in heaven with her beloved husband Jon. A cardiologist in the Carson City/Tahoe area, Barbara also became involved with her husband in helicopter EMS, obtaining a part 135 certificate for medical charters.
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Angela Michele Price


Angela Michele Price, WG #1353, was born on April 14, 1963, in Belton, TX to Butch and Nita Willess Cleveland. Angela married Larry Price on January 10, 2004. She graduated from Baylor University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. She had a variety of roles including helicopter pilot, car salesperson, piano teacher, clinic manager at Scott and White, and assistant at her husband’s medical practice.

Survivors included her husband, Larry D. Price, D.O., of Belton, her parents, her sister, Marie Young of Justin, her son, Stephen Secrest, of Tulsa, OK, her stepsons, Brandon Secrest of Belton, Jason Price of San Antonio, Justin Price of Temple, and one grandchild. She died in June, 2013 at her home.

Mary Eileen Kaehler Raub


Mary Raub, WG #56, died in May, 2013 at the age of 91. She was born in Albion, Pennsylvania to Leo E. and B. Marie Kaehler. She grew up in Girard and graduated from Kent State University.

She became a pilot while in high school and later received her commercial certificate with ratings for airplanes — both single and multi-engine, helicopters, and her instrument instructor certificate. She also had certification for maintenance of aircraft and engines.
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Ruby Sheldon


Ruby Wine Sheldon, WG #144, passed away on Nov. 12, 2012, in Phoenix at the age of 95. Ruby earned her helicopter rating in 1968 and held the first Helicopter Instrument Instructor rating issued by the FAA. She spent many years flying for the U.S. Geological Survey performing a variety of remote sensing missions from the Panama Canal to Alaska, including four months on the Arctic ice 400 miles north of Alaska. She logged more than 15,000 hours in airplanes, seaplanes and helicopters.
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Karen Lee Johnson


Karen Lee Johnson, WG #1520, passed away on January 2, 2013 in California while doing what she loved: flying a helicopter. She was born in 1950 to Dolphus Phelps and Bernice Barnett Phelps in Murray, Kentucky, and moved to California when she was 18.

She had a wide range of interests that encompassed rotorcraft and fixed wing aviation as well as cooking and horses. She was the Secretary on the Whirly-Girls Board of Directors and took over leadership responsibility of the Silent Auction fund raising event, and her talent, positive energy, vision, and enthusiasm made her an invaluable and well-loved member of the community.
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Barbara Salinis


Barbara Salinis, WG #213, passed away on February 8, 2012. She was 86. She received her helicopter rating on March 15, 1976 flying a Bell 47.

Barbara retired from her job as a computer programmer at Hercules/Himont Corporation in 1982. She was a member of the Whirly-Girls, Ninety-Nines and the Civil Air Patrol. In addition to flying, Barbara loved cats, traveling, gardening and camping. She is missed by her daughter Meg (Marguerite) Salinis.

Catherine Nussbaumer


Catherine Nussbaumer, WG #1234, worked as a pilot for Heliswiss. On May 24, 2012, she went on a mountain check flight with her Instructor Alex Bächlin (CEO of Heliswiss) and her pilot friend Stefan Bachmann. They hit a cable in the area of Kiental (Berner Oberland) in Switzerland, and all perished in the crash. Helicopter flying was Catherine’s passion and her life, and she will be sorely missed.

Evelyn Johnson


Evelyn Bryan Johnson, WG #20, passed away on May 17, 2012 at the age of 102. She was born six years after the Wright brothers first flew and taught over 5,000 students. She started flying airplanes after her husband enlisted in the Army in 1941 and became a flight instructor 1947. Over the course of her career, she logged over 57,000 hours in airplanes alone.
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Edna Sanroma


Edna M. Hikel Sanroma, WG #224, passed away on March 30, 2009 at the age of 67. She and her husband, Paul Sanroma, were the 51st couple to hold rotorcraft ratings together. Edna attended a number of hoverings and kept in contact with other Whirly-Girl members.

Edna majored in biology at the University of New Hampshire in 1964 and worked in animal research testing some trial substances that are now commonly used in human anesthesiology. She then worked as a Nuclear Medical Technologist and consulted throughout New England.
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Irene Tuetloff


Irene Teutloff, WG #143, passed away in Berlin on December 23, 2011.

Elizabeth Haas Pfister


Betty Pfister, WG #52, passed away peacefully at her home in Aspen, Colorado on November 17, 2011. She was 90. She received the Congressional Gold Medal in 2010 for her role in the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs), the first women to fly military aircraft for the U.S. She owned and flew a P-39 flighter after the war and worked as a Pan Am stewardess. She flew gliders and balloons, and later learned to fly helicopters.
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Colette Hug


Colette Hug, WG #732, disappeared in the Alps in July 2009 during a mountain hike. She lived in France.

Sharleen Walker


Sharleen Walker, WG #632, died in 2009.

Melinda Stratulat


Melinda Stratulat, WG #1129, died June 22, 2010.

Evelyn Van Kesteren


WG #339, Evelyn Van Kesteren, passed away on July 9, 2010. She learned to fly from her husband, whom she first met at a USO dance in July, 1941 at Turner Field in Georgia. After he became an officer, they married, and she made him promise to teach her to fly.

Years later in 1968, she flew in the Powder Puff Derby from California to Georgia. She also flew with her husband all over the world, to destinations such as Australia, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, and Canada. She became a Whirly-Girl after obtaining her helicopter rating and settled with her husband in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Sharri Robin Huffert


WG #1563 Sharri Huffert was born on October 1, 1962 in Port Arthur, TX. Both pilot and mechanic, she owned Reliable Helicopter Services, LLC. She passed away on Sunday, December 26, 2010 after a battle with cancer. Memorial services were held on December 28, 2010 in Grove, TX.

Ann Younger


WG #91 Ann Younger was born July 9, 1932 in Berkeley, California. She started flying in 1959 and earned her helicopter rating June 1965. She was a commercial airplane pilot and worked for Lockheed and De Thurmond Flight Service in San Jose CA. Later she worked for Viking Air Service, Inc. as the Director of Marketing. Ann passed away in April 2009.

Lorna deBlicquy


Pioneering aviator Lorna deBlicquy, WG #131, died peacefully of Alzheimer’s Disease at age 77 on Saturday, March 21, 2009. Her daughter, Elaine deBlicquy, reported that “she had been doing quite well recently and was reading, as she usually did, voraciously. She had dinner…and sat down in a chair overlooking Lake Simcoe where she just ‘went to sleep.’”

Lorna deBlicquy was a trailblazer, one of Canada’s best-known women pilots and one of the most experienced. She overcame many barriers and was tireless in her efforts to advance the cause for women in Canadian aviation. She spent her life flying and fighting for women’s rights, particularly in the field of aviation. She learned to fly in Ottawa, Ont., and soloed a J-3 Cub at age 15. She became Canada’s first woman parachutist a year later and, at the same time, the youngest person to parachute jump.
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Barbara Lynn Krauss Robinson


Barbara Krauss Robinson, WG #385, was born on October 7, 1955 in Los Angeles and grew up in Southern California. In recent years, her homes in Hermosa Beach and in Hawaii brought her tranquility. She graduated from Rolling Hills High School in 1973. Barbara went to work and became an integral part of the early success of Robinson Helicopter Company. She worked devotedly as an executive for many years, and became a licensed helicopter pilot. She and Frank Robinson married in 1983 and were later divorced in 2003.
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Carolyn Pilaar


WG #237 Carolyn Pilaar passed away on October 2, 2007 at the age of 61. She taught aviation courses at Greenville Tech and Furman University, and flew for Pan Am and DHL. She raced in the Powder Puff Derby, Angel Derby, and Air Race Classic events.

She was also active in a variety of organizations: the Whirly-Girls; the Ninety Nines; Zonta, a professional women’s organization; and Speedy Paws Agility with her toy poodle, Misty. Carolyn received the Achievement Award from the Ninety Nines, Inc. (1970), Outstanding Young Woman of the Year (1976), S.C. Flight Instructor of the Year (1976), Top Woman Pilot, World Precision Flying Championship (1990 and 1992), and in 1997 Carolyn was inducted into the South Carolina Aviation Hall of Fame.

Maria Elena Sanchez Keran


WG#285 Maria Elena Sanchez Keran of Round Hill, Virginia, died August 25, 2008 at the age of 53. Maria was valedictorian of her high school Class of ’72, receiving the Bank of America Achievement Award in Mathematics and honors from the California Scholarship Federation. She was the recipient of the 1973 George Van Vliet Aero Scholarship from the College of San Mateo.

She soloed at age 16 on July 11, 1971 and quickly went on to earn several ratings including C, I, CFI, SMEL, ATP, CFII-R-H, Glider, type in BO105, and ground instructor ratings. She also obtained an airframe and powerplant mechanic’s license. Maria received the 12th annual Doris Mullen Whirly-Girl scholarship. In 1977 she was also the recipient of the Fall Aerospace/Rotor Wing International Magazine Helicopter Scholarship for a helicopter maintenance school.
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Charlotte K. Kelley


WG#21 Charlotte Kelley joined the Whirly Girls in 1955. She was a very good friend of Jean Howard and passed away at the end of August 2008.

She first soloed a fixed-wing aircraft in 1945 and received her helicopter rating in 1947. She was the first Woman in the U.S. to be appointed Commissioner of Aeronautics, (Commonwealth of Massachusetts) in the ’50s and was a founding Member of the “Ninety Nines,” founded by Emilia Earhart.
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Keiko Minakata


Originally from Japan, Keiko Minakata, WG#1339, came to the United States in 2001 to pursue her dream of working as a professional helicopter pilot. While in flight school she met and married her husband, an American. After training in California and Arizona, she worked in Texas as a flight instructor.

At the age of 41, WG#1339 Keiko Minakata joined Classic Helicopter in March 2005 as a flight instructor. During her two years at the company, she quickly rose through the ranks to become Classic’s Chief Pilot for its private pilot program and one of the company’s lead charter pilots.
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Dee Fulk


Dee Fulk, WG#227, died on Dec. 4, 2006 after a long and courageous battle with ovarian cancer.

Dee and her husband Bill Fulk M.D. had a helicopter business in Illinois before moving to Sanibel, Florida, in 1993. Dee had also worked as a trauma nurse in rescue helicopters and was an active member of the Whirly Girls during that time.
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Carol Forest


On Sunday morning, Aug. 13, 2006, WG#1391 Carol Forest passed away in a helicopter crash off Astoria, Oregon. She was the co-pilot in an R44 that was retracing the steps of Lewis and Clark by air as a part of the Flight of Discovery. The other two onboard, a pilot and camera man, also perished. Carol, 56, was a resident of San Diego and a principal of GeoSyntec Consultants. According to news reports, the area was very foggy at the time.

Whirly-Girl Hovering in Heaven with Numbers Below 400

WG#1 Hanna Reitsch

WG#2 Ann Carter

WG#5 Lyn Alexander

WG#7 Ethel Jones Sheffler

WG#8 Jacqueline Auriol

WG#9 Marilynn Riviere

WG#10 Edna Whyte

WG#11 Clara Livingston

WG#12 Mary Rosholt

WG#13 Jean Ross Phelan

WG#16 Dotti Young

WG#17 Arline Davis

WG#18 Elynor Falk

WG#19 Barbara Riggs

WG#20 Evelyn Johnson

WG#21 Charlotte Kelley

WG#22 Patricia Grant

WG#23 Edwina “Wini” Gronvold

WG#24 Alice DeWitt

WG#25 Janey Hart

WG#27 Dora Strother

WG#28 Teddy Kenyon

WG#29 Julia Short

WG#30 Helen Miller

WG#34 Ellen Gilmour

WG#36 Marion Orr

WG#38 Esther Gardiner

WG#40 Patricia Arnold

WG#43 Beverly Lang

WG#45 Dorothy Anthony

WG#46 Lauretta Foy

WG#48 Cela Orpen

WG#49 Frances “Fran” Bera

WG#50 Ilovene Potter

WG#52 Betty Pfister

WG#53 Jerrie Cobb

WG#55 Doris Lockness

WG#56 Mary Raub

WG#57 Bertha Coe

WG#59 Doris Renninger-Brell

WG#60 Marjy Crowl

WG#62 Nancy Martin Graham

WG#63 Aileen Roberts

WG#64 Gini Richardson

WG#66 Gay Maher

WG#67 Tony Page

WG#69 Mary Ann Hamilton

WG#74 Faith Richards

WG#76 Mary Reedy

WG#78 Ruth Deerman

WG#79 Sheila Scott

WG#80 Mona Coons

WG#82 Alice Weisendanger

WG#84 Doris Mullen

WG#85 Hazel Jones

WG#91 Ann Younger

WG#92 Esther Phipps

WG#93 Marjorie Gorman

WG#94 Phyllis Pierce

WG#96 Brenda Moore

WG#98 H. Gilliland

WG#100 Marcia Yockey

WG#102 Shirley Upton

WG#103 Doris Langher

WG#105 Sparkie Cannon

WG#108 Louise Smith

WG#112 Germaine DeFerranti

WG#115 Dorothy Kaye

WG#118 Jean Tinsley

WG#119 Hazel Smothers

WG#121 Rosemary Rose

WG#122 Carolyn Burum

WG#126 Louise Kaiser

WG#127 Barbara Maxey

WG#130 Mary De Simone

WG#131 Lorna deBlicquy

WG#132 Dorothy Flint

WG#133 Anne Frank

WG#137 Agnes Gallatin

WG#139 Helen Jost

WG#141 Gale Brownlee

WG#142 A. Page Shamburger

WG#143 Irene Teutloff

WG#144 Ruby Sheldon

WG#145 Joyce Failing

WG#148 Jean Bowers

WG#151 Irene Brunks

WG#158 Marilyn Arnold

WG#169 Holly Iler

WG#170 Helen White

WG#177 Fatemeh Pahlavi

WG#178 Josephine Richardson

WG#189 Mary Lou Brown

WG#195 Valera Johnson

WG#208 Jessica Hedges

WG#213 Barbara Salinis

WG#217 Mary Carr

WG#223 Frankie Sutton

WG#224 Edna Sanroma

WG#227 Dee Fulk

WG#228 Tracy Pilurs

WG#237 Carolyn Pilaar

WG#252 Katherine Strehle

WG#262 Karen Key

WG#263 Sheryl Seroonian

WG#280 Alma Parker

WG#285 Maria-Elena Keran

WG#318 Carla Baker

WG#333 Christine Sturm

WG#339 Evelyn Van Kesteren

WG#346 Judith Stranton

WG#385 Barbara Robinson

Whirly-Girls Hovering in Heaven with Numbers Above 400

WG#401 Yumiko Take

WG#425 Marie Johansson

WG#445 Michaela Hickey

WG#459 Beverly “Bev” Vetter

WG#514 Christine Bauer

WG#518 Jeannie Dent

WG#536 Margaret Fisher

WG#549 Marlene Morris

WG#632 Sharleen Walker

WG#640 Dietra Sheppard

WG#673 Barbara Fasken

WG#732 Colette Hug

WG#765 Linda Gentry

WG#823 Lieve Verdoodt

WG#837 Janey Blair

WG#894 Barbara Klein

WG#1030 Tina Junker

WG#1086 Jennifer Odom

WG#1129 Melinda Stratulat

WG#1145 Charlotte Johnson

WG#1183 Maria Rodriguez

WG#1234 Catherine Nussbaumer, M.D.

WG#1339 Keiko Minakata

WG#1353 Michelle Price

WG#1364 Amber Lowery

WG#1391 Carol Forrest

WG#1520 Karen Johnson

WG#1563 Sharri Huffert

WG#1650 Krista Holstrom

WG#2005 Shannon Smith

WG#2034 Virginia Seigel

WG#2101 Lora Trout

WG#2216 Jessica Brandal

 

Associate (formerly Auxiliary) Members in Heaven

Charlie Cox

Scott Crossfield

Joe Davenport

Wes Moore

Wylie Mullen

Arthur Pfister

James D. Phelan Sr.

Godfrey Rockefeller

John Slattery

Milton Stratford

Thomas Richard Stuelpnagel

Robert Vetter

William B. Wood