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March 12, 2013
Sorry to hear that Herm left us!
Regards to the family
November 12, 2012
My prayers are with the family now and always,I will look back at flying with Herman with a huge smile .
November 03, 2012
My father, Henri Lirette, served in the Army (WWII) and knew Mama Nicolet, Emmy and "mink eyed" Herman. My dad was very fond of the Nicolet family and spoke about them often. Sorry for your loss.
October 23, 2012
Fond memories...you are missed.
October 20, 2012
I was truly saddened to hear of my friend Herman's death. I worked for Teamsters Union Local 959 and Herman was our pilot. Even before we had our own airplanes, and Herman became our Chief Pilot, we would charter aircraft from Sandy Phillips Aviation and Herman would be our pilot. I have so many fond memories of travels with Herman all over Alaska and the lower 48. Not only was Herman a superb pilot he was a caring and giving human being who always had a smile and positive attitude no matter the situation. Herman was an inspiration to all of us lucky enough to have known him; and that is certainly a very large number as it seemed he knew people wherever we landed.

John Creed
Seattle, WA
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