Thurman Munson Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Thurman Munson Obituary, Green, Ohio: Today marks the 39th anniversary of the tragic plane crash that took the life of Thurman Munson, who was the captain of the New York Yankees, the 1970 Rookie of the Year, the 1976 AL Most Valuable Player, and a two-time World Series champion. At the time, Munson was a private pilot with somewhere in the neighborhood of two years of experience. His interest in aviation was twofold: first, for its own sake and for the enjoyment it brought him, and second, so that he could more easily visit his family in Ohio on his days off. While he was practicing touch-and-go landings at the Akron-Canton airport on a Yankees day off, he was involved in the accident. At the time of the crash, he was close to his home in Canton, Ohio. Full Obituary

Bryan Mark Thurman Obituary, Beardstown, IL: The death occurred on Sunday, July 24, 2022, of Bryan Mark Thurman, who was 34 years old. At the Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown, there will be a visitation on Wednesday, July 27, 2022, from 4 until 7 o’clock in the evening. There will be a burial service for the immediate family only. Full Obituary

James Louis Thurman, Oakland, California: James Louis Thurman lost his battle with cancer on June 17, 2022, several years after the disease was diagnosed. He was 87. Jesse Thurman and Mildred Thurman were his parents, and he was born on April 21, 1935 in Oakland, California. Jim was still a very young child when his father abandoned the family. During World War II, Mildred relocated her son, whom she called Jimmy, to the suburbs, where she left him in the care of her twin sister Wilma and her husband Bill. Jim’s early jobs included delivering newspapers (where he was frequently robbed of his earnings), milking cows, washing dishes in restaurants, and even working at the world-famous Mel’s Drive-In. In April of 1955, Jim made the decision to travel to Alaska after hearing about the state. He was advised that going to a well-known bar on First Avenue in Seattle and looking for a ride would be the most effective way to begin his journey to the north. Full Obituary

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