I enjoyed working with both Wilbur and Flora on the Visitors and Convention Bureau\'s EAA Task Force for many years. They both always had smiles on their faces and were a joy to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with their family.
There so many things I will remember about Wilbur. He always had a big smile on his face to greet you. He did not have a malice bone in his body, He was a proud man and I was proud to be a small part of his life. To know him was to love him. His family and especially his grandkids will miss him. He has even better days waiting ahead than any he leaves behind. I am sorry I cant be there to offer my support.
Michael, son in law.
Thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Your granddad's obituary was very impressive. We wish that we could have known him.
Love, Ki and Carol
So sorry about your dad, Diana. I remember the many times Don and I were at your house. If you are in town, please look us up and give us a call. We would love to see you and John and catch up on things. Jackie and Don Van Toll
I had lost track of Wilbur after I left MaxAir in 1995. Wilbur was a good friend of aviation and I'll always remember how he spent time with his friend Max Sagunsky when Max retired. It was a pleasure to know Wilbur. Its ok to
rest your wings now. Bruce Botterman