JOSEPH J. FRAMPTON (1919 - 1984)
(CNAC 1947 - 1949)
(Captain - ???)
From the September 1947 list of pilots:
Frampton 24-10 C47
From the 1960-1962 CNAC Mailing List:
Frampton, J. p
From the 1965 CNAC Mailing List:
From the September 1998 CNAC Mailing List:
(deceased between 1949 and 1998)
Frampton, Capt. Joe
January 5, 2006
Tom -- I knew Joe very well. He went to work for CNAC about the same time that I did, and stayed till the end, as I did. After he came home at the end of 1949 or early 1950, he was involved in a car accident and lost both legs, so spent the rest of his life in a wheel chair. Joe's wife Edelyn (see document for correct spelling of Edlyne's name and Joe's middle initial "J") was killed in this accident (1924-1953). I don't know when he (Joe) died, but it was, I think, in the late 60's or early 70's. Wally Hash visited him, at least once, and could give you much more information about Joe. Sorry that I don't have more info.
January 2, 2007
Here's a couple of thoughts from Wally Hash. Wally's pretty sure that Joe's given name was "Joseph P." and Wally says that he remembers that Joe had a daughter in the US Air Force. When Wally visited Joe in the 1950's or 1960's he said that Joe was driving and lived near Indiana, Pennsylvania.
Joe and Edlyne Frampton - 1947/8/9 (?)
Probably taken on the CALTEX boat in Shanghai.
Caltex was an oil and gasoline purveyor.
(Photo courtesy of Don Hassig)
Shanghai - January 1, 1948
Left side, front to back
Ed and Anita Russell, Joe and Edelyn Frampton
Right side, 5th from the front is Don Hassig
others are unknown - do you know anybody?
(Courtesy of Don Hassig)
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