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DanielleSuzanne (#47025871)
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Bio Photo I started my genealogy in 2004 when I was 20 with a name, date and location from there I have done everything in my power to learn more. From e-mailing the pentagon ( I got restricted documents on a plane crash that killed my great grandfather and 5 other men)to searching down a man who took photos of a plane crash over 50 years ago (I met him he gave me 4 of the originals and I have copies of some of the negatives now)! I have discovered new realatives and made many new connections and all by age 25
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Cye Laramie
Homer Detwiler
Hey Dani,
Hope you are doing well.
I am working with Dave McCurry on a 3rd book about military aviation accidents in the Pacific Northwest and would like to include your grandfather's story. I no longer have contact information for you. Could you send me an email?
Cye Laramie
Added by Cye Laramie on Feb 26, 2015 6:27 PM
Ann McClary
RE: Homer Detwiler
Hi Danielle,
I've tracked down where Lt. Richard Fanning is buried - Lincoln Memorial Park in Portland, Oregon. I've posted a memorial on Find-a-Grave, #101483672, and have requested some kind person to take a photo of the headstone.
Best Regards,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Nov 29, 2012 3:22 PM
Ann McClary
RE: Homer Detwiler
Update regarding Lt. Richard Fanning. I have been in contact with Mark Fanning in Sacramento, CA who is Lt. Fanning's nephew. He says that Richard Fanning was cremated and buried in a cemetary in Portland, Oregon - but doesn't remember its name. Hope you and yours are well.
Best Regards,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Nov 28, 2012 1:45 PM
Ann McClary
RE: Homer Detwiler
Didn't mean to sound pushy - and certainly your sick baby come first. Sometime electronic stuff flys off into the ozone and I just thought I'd check with you. Looking forward to seeing the accident report - sounds interesting.
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Oct 04, 2012 4:49 PM
Ann McClary
Homer Detwiler
Making great progress with the Mount. St. Helens C-54 Crash. I'd like to verify the cause as per the Air Force Aircraft Accident Report. There should be a summery page at the end of the written document which gives the board's conclusion. As per the newspapers, it appears to be pilot error brought on by the bad weather. As an aside, I learned the miltary lost 26 airmen in mishaps in the vicinity of St. Helens, between 1939 and 1949. By contrast, commercial aircraft had flown that route from Seattle to Portland for over 20 years without a mishap. Again, thanks for your help.
Best Regards,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Oct 04, 2012 12:58 PM
Ann McClary
RE: Joseph F. Chuse #34782828
As an update, I've been in touch with Dave Freese at the Cowlitz County Historical Museum. He sent me several photos from the Quoidbach collection. They are amazing. Thanks so much for the information.
Best Regards,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Sep 26, 2012 7:33 PM
Ann McClary
RE: Joseph F. Chuse #34782828
Thanks for the information. I will contact Cowlitz Hitorical Society forthwith about the photos. I don't have the official report fromt the Aircraft Accident Board, but would dearly love to see it. How do you propose to accomplish this - email or snail mail. Either is acceptable to me. Our email address is: My street address is: Daryl C. McClary, 4603 SW Hudson Street, Seattle, WA 98116. I would be pleased to reimburse you for any copying and postage costs. I really appreciate your intrest.
Best Regards,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Sep 26, 2012 11:26 AM
Ann McClary
Joseph F. Chuse #34782828
I'm writing an article about the crash of the C-54 Skymaster into Mount St. Helens on November 22, 1949 and would love to include the photograph of the tail section. My name is Daryl C. McClary (Ann's husband) and I write for History Link ( an non-profit, free encyclopedia of Washington state history. Also, did you ever discover what happend to the remains of Lt. Richard M. Fanning of Portland, Oregon? (Probably cremated, I'm guessing.) Thanks for your help - sad story.
Best Regads,
Daryl C. McClary
Added by Ann McClary on Sep 25, 2012 3:13 PM
Cheryl Hanson
RE: homer c detwiler rosedale mem gardens
I have added the link to his Mom.
Thank you,
Added by Cheryl Hanson on Jan 22, 2010 1:53 PM
Debbie - CA
Photo of Joseph Chuse grave
For your records Joseph is at Section N. Sute 431.
I hope you like the photo, feel free to use any way you like.

Added by Debbie - CA on Mar 15, 2009 4:32 PM
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