Category Archives: Keith B. MacDonald

July 4, 1941 – Keith and Marjorie get married…

On the 4 of July, 1941, my father, Keith B. MacDonald married my mother, Marjorie Fay Boardman, in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. Coeur D’Alene was like the Gretna Green of England. In the book by Jane Austin, Pride and Prejudice, references are … Continue reading

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Naval Air Station at Sandpoint – April 1941 to 1942!

On April 9, 1941 Keith was reassigned according to a Separation Report.  It does not say where?  Based on what I can figure out, it looks like Boeing released him for reassignment and he headed for the U.S. Naval Air … Continue reading

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April 1941 – Pacific Alaska Airways offers Keith a Job….

On April 5, 1941 Pacific Alaska Airways offered Keith a job as an a mechanic.  He would have to approach Boeing an ask for a transfer and plus pass a physical examination. This would have made an interesting story.   … Continue reading

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January 1941: End of Military Life – using his skills here on the homefront…

At the beginning of 1941 Keith was working at Boeing.  He received a form letter in the mail dated 4 January, 1941 titled Headquarters of the Ninth Corps Area out of San Francisco. It stated in Item #2 “REGARDLESS OF … Continue reading

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