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March 03, 2015
Herman, I don't know where you are right now. Wherever it is I know you are having fun. We always did on all of those trips we flew around Alaska and to America together. See you soon.
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
October 16, 2012
we Just lost a Great High School Friend..
October 15, 2012
And such a beautiful bunch of childern he fathered. My first memory of Spike goes way back to Grammas old house, Spike was building amodel airplane, gramma gave me a plate with green beans on it, I watch Spike as he carfully placed each pin into the frame of his plane, Later I told him of this, he rolled with laughter cause he recalled this as well, I told him I will forver eat green beans and think of him. I took Spike hunting and fishing, he took me to places I will never see, Thank You for your friendship and your kindness. Our mommas were as close a friends we were. I know they have been at the table drinking tea, and like I said before as your Mom met you she said akaa my sonny boy. A nice sip of Cognac, a wedge of lemon sprinkled with instant coffe and sugar, will be in your memory my next drift on the cutbank. Ellluuuumun.I will miss you my firend. Normandddyyy
October 14, 2012
Sandy,Emma and family,So sorry for the loss of our god brother he was nothing but fun and happiness.Sonny give mom a kiss for me too,I always loved the way you gave your mom a kiss and told her how beautiful she was.Thanks for the wonderful memories.Sandy thanks for bringing Herman to the A.P.C. meeting it was so nice to see him.God be with you all Love josie Irons-Savo
October 14, 2012
For all of the family & friends of Herman, I was so sorry to hear of his passing. Herman was my friend for over forty years, and I had the pleasure & honor of him being the pilot on the many trips we made accross the state of Alaska checking construction projects while we were employed by Teamsters Local 959. I remember on two occasions while in the Dillingham area, driving over to Naknek and picking up his Mother to bring back to Anchorage. And wherever we went I also made sure he had transportation to get to the nearest fishing hole. I will miss you my friend.
Leonard Fontaine
Surprise, Arizona

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