|OVERSEAS NATIONAL AIRWAYS HISTORY BY FRED COX||CREW FRIENDSHIP REUNION WEBSITE FIRST PUBLISHED JULY 16, 2000|
June 1979 -
Oakland AP 1967
FOUNDER OF OVERSEAS
G. F. STEEDMAN HINCKLEY
Steedman accepting first DC-10, Burks & Love to the left.
Photo courtesy Ed Kaye
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY MEMORIALWith each passing day, aviation executive, philanthropist, and our former class president,
Steedman Hinckley, who died Aug. 27, 1996, is missed by those fortunate to have known him.
Born in Mt. Kisko, N.Y., Steedman graduated from Exeter. At Princeton he majored in history,
was a member of Cottage Club, and roomed senior year with John Emery, Jinx Cleaves, and
Dave Tait. A graduate of Harvard Business School, Steedman saw duty in the U.S. Military
Air Transport Service.
He was the former chairman of Overseas National Airways and was one of the leaders of the
successful campaign to deregulate the airline industry.
A longtime trustee and fundraiser for Exeter, he was chairman of the Third Century Fund and
received Exeter's Founders Day award in 1962.
He served Princeton as '53's president from 1993-6, as a member of the Alumni Council,
and as an Annual Giving stalwart.
He oversaw the construction of the paddle steamer Mississippi Queen and was active in preserving
the country's resources, serving as chairman of the Piedmont Environmental Council.
He was a trustee of the Highland School in Warrenton, Va.
Deepest sympathy continues to be extended to Steedman's wife, Ingrid Mjornell Hinckley,
son G. F. Jr., daughters Annalisa H. Savin and Katherine '95, and brother Albert P.
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