In Memory Of Stacie Denise Franklin

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Stacie Denise Franklin

Pan Am Flight Attendant

Stacie Denise Franklin was a member of the Pan Am crew on Flight 103. She had just begun her career with the airline in April 1988 at the London base. She leaves her parents, Stephen and Donna: and a sister, Shawna.

Originally from Phoenix. Arizona. where her family had made their home for 40 y...

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December 21, 1988

The Phone Call

Posted by Candice Gourley

Two young women, just barely legal to drink in the United States, chatted in the kitchen, laughing about their flights, talking about how their ot...


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