Oklahoma Regional Wing
Mike Sisemore has been flying off and on for nearly 50 years. Flying has been an important part of life for him and his wife, Pat. For many years, they hosted a fly-in for Super Cubs and pilots flew in from all over the United States to attend.
Mike spent some 15 years filming skydivers; he filmed for Wide World of Sports and even recorded a 64-way free fall world record in Florida in the 1980s.
When Pat was diagnosed with breast cancer a little over ten years ago, the importance of private aviation became apparent. She has since recovered, but when Mike learned about Angel Flight, he decided to spend some of his flight time helping cancer patients reach their treatments. Mike and Pat began flying together for Angel Flight South Central in 2008.
Mike has also survived two bouts of cancer. Each time he went through treatment, he had to stop flying for Angel Flight temporarily. But he has always beaten cancer, and he always comes back to flying.
Mike is always looking for new volunteer pilots to help patients in Oklahoma. Do you want to learn more about becoming an Angel Flight pilot? Contact Mike using the form below.