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Tuesday afternoon family and friends attended a memorial service for the Fleming family at the Liberty Presbyterian Church on Home Road and Olentangy River Road in Liberty Township. The search for the Flemings’ plane that went down in Lake Erie continues. The second of two memorial services was for the plane’s pilot, John T. Fleming, his wife, Sue Fleming, and their teenage sons, Jack and Andrew. More on the rescue efforts can be found on page X.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Tuesday afternoon family and friends attended a memorial service for the Fleming family at the Liberty Presbyterian Church on Home Road and Olentangy River Road in Liberty Township. The search for the Flemings’ plane that went down in Lake Erie continues. The second of two memorial services was for the plane’s pilot, John T. Fleming, his wife, Sue Fleming, and their teenage sons, Jack and Andrew. More on the rescue efforts can be found on page X.

Tuesday afternoon family and friends attended a memorial service for the Fleming family at the Liberty Presbyterian Church on Home Road and Olentangy River Road in Liberty Township. The search for the Flemings’ plane that went down in Lake Erie continues. The second of two memorial services was for the plane’s pilot, John T. Fleming, his wife, Sue Fleming, and their teenage sons, Jack and Andrew. More on the rescue efforts can be found on page X.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_DSC_0661F-1.jpgTuesday afternoon family and friends attended a memorial service for the Fleming family at the Liberty Presbyterian Church on Home Road and Olentangy River Road in Liberty Township. The search for the Flemings’ plane that went down in Lake Erie continues. The second of two memorial services was for the plane’s pilot, John T. Fleming, his wife, Sue Fleming, and their teenage sons, Jack and Andrew. More on the rescue efforts can be found on page X. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette
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