In Memory Of Ingrid Anita Smith

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Ingrid Anita Smith


According to an article published in the Washingtonian, Ingrid Anita Smith was on her way from her home near London, England, to meet her husband Bruce, a Pan Am pilot, in New York, New York, for Christmas. Ingrid and Bruce had been married only four years.

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December 23, 1988

Ingrid Smith and Her Husband Pan Am Pilot Bruce Smith

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September 6, 2007

Los Angeles Times - Bruce Smith 71 Fought Terrorism after His Wife Died When a Bomb Brought Flight down at Lockerbie

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October 1, 2007

New York Times - Bruce Smith Who Sued Libya in Bombing is Dead at 71

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