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FRANK J SCHOOLEY 1916 - 2012
Frank J. Schooley, 95, of Blooming Grove,
passed away at home on Feb. 23, 2012.
His wife of 56 years Marjorie White
Schooley died in 1999.
Born July 22, 1916 in Hanover Twp. He was
the son of the late Frank J. and Mary B.
Frank was a graduate of Hanover Twp. High
School (W-B) and veteran of the CCC's, U.S.
Coast Guard and U.S. Army Air Force.
As an Army Air Force officer, he attended
Davidson College, NC. After discharge from
service, Frank was hired by Eastern Airlines
as a Flight Engineer on Constellations, and
continued his aviation career with Air
Ventures, Overseas National Airways and Air
Jamaica until his retirement in 1978.
Frank and Midge bought White's General Store
in 1963 and moved the family from Pearl River,
NY to Blooming Grove; he later built a new
store, the Mountain Merchant which they sold
in 1984. After retirement, Frank enjoyed
golfing, shuffleboard, traveling and family.
She is survived by three daughters and
sons-in-law, Meg and Chip Janusewski of Paupack,
PA.; Robin & John LoDolce of Blooming Grove,
PA and Lt. Col. Kim Schooley of Manassas, VA.
A son, Frank X. Schooley of Blooming Grove, PA.;
grandchildren Lauren and Lee Janusewski; Jack and
Rose LoDolce. A brother Paul W. Schooley of
Calling hours will be Monday, Feb. 27, from 4
to 8 p.m. at Teeters' East Chapel, 505 Church St,
Hawley, PA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
celebrated Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. at St.
John Neumann Roman Catholic Church, 705 Route 739,
Lords Valley by Rev. Thomas Major, Pastor.
Burial will be in Lords Valley Cemetery, Lords Valley.
Memorials may be made to Blooming Grove Volunteer
Fire Department, Route 739, Lords Valley,
Pa 18428 or Hawley Public Library, 103 Main Ave.
Hawley, Pa 18428.
Published in Wayne Independent on
February 25, 2012
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Electra training class
Electra L-188C N182H
Graduations were commonly
Comments by Duane Delk
On the first row sitting left to right we think is FEO Earl Spagenberg. #2 next to Earl is Ted Moore. #3 next to Ted is FEO Jim Basham who is deceased. #4 next to Jim is FE Byron Harlow and some people knew him as Roger Harlow and #5 is Frank Schooley the Class Instructor. On the second row the second person from the left with the glasses on is FEO George Coit who later became a First Officer on the L-188 with Hawaiian on the Log Air System. George is also deceased. The rest of the people must be pilots and we couldn't come up with any names. Also one correction. Ted Moore was a Capt at HAL on the DC-10, but when he retired he was a B-767 Capt. Regards, Duane Delk"
The Old Cataract Hotel
Squatting front left Front row left to right 1. FEO Earl Spangenberg 2. Ted Moore 3. FEO Jim Basham RIP 4. Byron "Roger" Harlow 5. Frank Schooley Second row 6. 7. FEO George Coit RIP 8. 9. Two people standing far back left to right 10. 11.
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