Help me find a person.

Today, on my flight from Nashville to Orlando, I sat next to a very interesting gentleman. I was fresh out of business cards. We intended to swap contact info after deplaning, but got separated.

If you know who this person is, please forward my contact info to him. He’s 85, a former psychiatrist. He had heart surgery last year. He’s piloted Cessina 150 and 172 before as a hobby pilot. His father flew a Taylorcraft. Right after the Korean War, he was drafted and spent his military time in Texas as a medical orderly, after which he went to medical school on the GI Bill. He has four kids. He lives in Connecticut most of the time. I think one of his sons lives in Tennessee and another in Florida. One of his grandkids is a helicopter pilot.

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4 Responses to Help me find a person.

  1. Dave says:

    If you would recognize his name upon seeing it again, the FAA Airman Registry is available for free download in its complete form. There’s no guarantee that he’s kept his address updated (you said he usually lives in Connecticut), but it might be a place to start.

  2. Leonard says:

    Similarly, state psychiatrist organizations or licensing bodies may have archives accepting public inquiries.

  3. billf says:

    Oleg,if you know anyone at the NSA,they can find him for you.They know everyone you’ve talked to,everything you talked about,where you and he were going,and what you’re doing now.ZMT

  4. Brennan says:

    Using any specifics about his career you may have some success searching licensing boards, especially since you know his approximate birth year. Good luck!

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