Harold Parks Warren
Mr. Warren was a truck driver for Clark Van Lines of Cincinnati, OH. He was traveling to Oklahoma City with co-worker James Rose, to make arrangements for shipment of a load of theatrical equipment. They had both been booked on TWA 69, but had changed to Flight 853. This created some confusion when Mrs. Rose called the company to ask about her husband, and was told that the men had been booked on the TWA flight.
The Vice-President of Clark Van Lines was quoted as saying, "They were two quiet, nice, hard-working fellows; good men to have around."
Mr. Warren was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and had attended the Staunton Military Academy.
He left behind his wife, Dorotheda J. Warren, and three chidren: two sons and one daughter Theresa.
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