The "West University Buzz" published an article in April about pilots helping patients in need, and how much the pilots mean to the patients and their family members. Marc Walsh, an Angel Flight pilot since 1995, is featured in this article. Since he started volunteering for the organization, Marc has flown over 150...
H.P. Schuele has been nominated for the Newschannel 6 Community Service Champion award! He is based in Wichita Falls, TX and has been flying with Angel Flight since 2009. Congratulations! Click here for the full story and video.
Volunteer Flights Serve the Seriously Ill By Jessica Bruha The Norman Transcript NORMAN — “My passion is flying and my mission is Angel Flight,” said Randy Richison, Norman pilot and Angel Flight South Central Wing Leader. Angel Flight is a nonprofit organization with volunteer pilots who provide free air...
What's happening at Angel Flight South Central? Read through articles about patients, pilots, upcoming events, and things we are doing throughout the year. Do you have a story or a picture to share? We'd be happy to include them in our next newsletter! Winter 2012 Spring 2013
Allan Hohman (left), CEO of Biobor Fuel Additives recently presented Angel Flight South Central Board Chairman David Lavine with a $5,000 check to show Biobor's support for charitable aviation. Biobor is a member of the Hammonds Companies family and owned by FabCorp, all of which are long time supporters of Angel Flight South...
San Jacinto College Baseball Assistant Coach Jimmy Durham lost his wife, Michele, to breast cancer eight years ago. At the time, Durham was on the coaching staff at New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, New Mexico. While Michele was being treated in Houston, the couple used the services of Angel Flight (then Grace Flight of America) to fly Michele and the Durham family to and from New Mexico and Houston free of charge.
Pilot Kurt Hardgrave uses his Saturday mornings to make a difference. Check out the story here.
Gus Elsener was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February, 2010. After consulting with physicians in his home state of Kansas, he determined that his best hope for effective treatment lay in Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center over 700 miles to the south.
An air of kindness: Longview pilots provide free flights for people with serious medical conditions
Based in Austin, Texas Jacobson Aviation, Inc (TJA) was founded in August, 2010, by business man Grant Jacobson. Their sole purpose: to take Mr. Jacobson’s passion for flying and pair it with his desire to make a difference in the lives of others. Grant inherited his love of flying and his philosophy of helping individuals rather than large organizations from his father, Harvey. Harvey Jacobson was a successful entrepreneur and business man who passed away in 2010, leaving Grant the means to be able to give back in an impactful way.