Monday, July 6, 2020

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Remembering Our Colleague: Joe Tormes

Dear Fellow Flight Attendants,

It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the sudden passing of Joe Tormes, St. Louis-based Flight Attendant, on Sunday, July 5, 2020. Joe and his wife Elsa Jett-Tormes were working a flight together when Joe passed away. Joe flew with American for 20 years.

We know that many of you worked with Joe and know you will miss him deeply. Those who also work with Jett, as well as our entire Flight Attendant family, will want to be sure and keep her and their son, Brandon Jett, in your thoughts during this difficult time. We are working directly with the family to support their needs.

Details for a memorial service and donations are pending.

We’d also like to give a special thanks to the Airport Customer Service and Flight Ops teams at St. Louis for their support for Jett and our customers onboard the flight.

Our hearts go out to all who knew and worked with Joe.
 
Nena Martin
APFA St. Louis Base President
Julie Hedrick
APFA National President
Jill Surdek
Senior Vice President, Flight Service
Rey Ocasio
Base Manager, St. Louis
 

 
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