WO1 Timothy J. Harristhal was a VHPA member who died after his tour in Vietnam on 07/18/2010
Saint Charles, MO
Flight Classes 67-503 and 67-25
Served in the U.S. Army
Served in Vietnam with 213 ASHC in 68-69
Call sign in Vietnam BLACK CAT
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More detail on this person: Died at age of 62. Career included four years in Vietnam, and instructor pilot at Fort Rucker and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Tim Harristhal's aviation career included four years in the U.S. Army serving as a warrant officer/helicopter pilot in Vietnam, and an instructor pilot at Fort Rucker in Alabama. During his combat tour of duty in Vietnam, Tim was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

His career at the FAA spanned 21 years and in various roles, including principal operations inspector for TWA. Tim enjoyed telling stories of his days flying a Dehavilland Beaver to supply fishing and camping outfitters in the Canadian boundary waters.

Tim is survived by his wife, Margaret, and children Joseph, Benjamin, Rebecca, Jessica and Elizabeth.

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