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Partial Passenger List

December 09, 1987|Associated Press

SAN DIEGO — The names of five crew members and 36 passengers aboard Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771, which crashed Monday in San Luis Obispo County, killing 43 people, were released by the airline and other sources. The partial list of those aboard the aircraft includes:


Capt. Gregg N. Lindamood, 43, of Julian, Calif.

First Officer James Howard Nunn, 48, Upland.

Flight attendant Debbie Nissen Neil, 37, San Jose.

Flight attendant Debra Watterson Vuylsteke, 32, Redding, Conn.

Flight attendant trainee Julie Gottesman, 20, Veradale, Wash.


Shawn Addington, San Francisco area.

Doug Arthur, 41, San Diego, PSA's chief pilot at Los Angeles International Airport, aboard as a passenger.

David A. Burke, Long Beach.

Jim Carroll, Redwood City, Calif.

Stephen Cone, San Francisco area.

John Conte, San Francisco area, a PSA customer service agent in San Francisco who was a passenger.

Anthony Cordova, San Francisco area.

Sharon Engstrom, San Francisco area.

Karen Fox, San Jose.

Donald Hoag, San Francisco area.

Theresa Kekai, Los Angeles area.

Jocelyn G. Kempe, 56, Ojai.

Karin Krom, San Francisco area.

Kathleen Mika, 25, Arcadia.

Owen Murphy, Los Angeles.

Wayne Nelson, San Francisco area.

Cliff Perry, San Francisco area.

Kevin Phelen, Los Angeles area.

Thomas Rabin, New York.

James Rettinghouse,

hometown unknown.

Curtis Rhee, San Francisco area.

John Roseen, Los Angeles area.

Bill Rosenberg, San Francisco area.

Brigit Saur, West Germany.

Erika Saur, West Germany.

Camile Scafire, San Francisco area.

Linda Siegfried, hometown unknown.

Kirk Shiba, San Francisco area.

Wolfgang Studemann, Goettingen, West Germany.

Allen F. Swanson, Long Beach.

James Sylla, 53, Kentfield, Calif.

Ray Thomson, Tiburon, Calif., USAir station manager at Los Angeles International Airport.

Earl Webb Jr., Los Angeles area.

Mary Webb, Tiburon, Calif.

Neil Webb, Tiburon, Calif.

Leon Winters, San Francisco.

Two passengers remain unidentified. The family of one requested the name not be released, while the other passenger's name cannot be released until the family has been notified, said Bill Hastings, a PSA spokesman in San Diego.

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