It is with great sadness that we pass
this report on to our SCCA family.
Bob Wells passed away from a heart attack
in his home on Friday March 18,2005.
Bob was a dedicated worker in both NWR and
be sent to the Wells family home in
The Wells Family
100 Duncaster Road
Bloomfield, CT 06002
The family would like to see any photos
that friends might have of Bob working our
events. Please send to the above address.
Bob's nephew and Bob's sister will be in
our area in a few weeks to take care of his
property and hold a memorial/get together
with his co-workers and friends. We
will keep you posted when the information is
Here are the three photo's which I have
of Bob, wish I had more. He will be missed
very much as he was a member of my Racing
Family for many many years.
--Mike Van Dusen Re-entry Starter SOVREN. (Click on for larger picture)
In Memory of Bob Wells, Early Morning at the
It is with great sadness I read of Bob's
passing. A wonderful smile, and a kind
word. We will all miss him greatly.
A super person to talk to.
Take Care, and God Bless
A memorial service for Robert A. Wells
will occur at Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport on Thursday, 28 April 2005,
at 2:30 PM, in the London/Amsterdam Room
of the Aviation Division Offices.
Directions: Park at the south end of the
garage near the yellow or green elevators.
Take the elevator to the fourth floor and
walk across the skybridge (#1, south of
the yellow elevator bank, north of the
green elevators) to the Main Terminal.
Take the escalator or elevator up to the
ticketing level. Go the far south end of
the ticketing level. The stairs and
elevator to the Mezzanine Level are
directly behind the SAS (Scandinavian)
ticket counters and are both marked on the
Main Terminal Map (
) Check in at the Receptionist in the
glassed office reception area.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in
memory of Bob may be made to the Norris
Teaching Fund at the Loomis Chaffee
School, 4 Batchelder Road, Windsor, CT
Bob's sister, Nancy Wood, and her husband,
Brian will be in attendance. There will
be a brief time available to participants
to share a reflection.
This service is for the staff of the
airport with whom Bob worked and friends.
The funeral service was already held in
Bob's home state of Connecticut on 29