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Baxter Slaughter
Posted by: Ronald Macklin (
Date: July 05, 2003 01:05PM

Baxter Slaughter died July 4, 2003. He was a retired Piedmont Captain. A grave side service will be held at Forsyth Memorial Park at 11:00 AM Monday July 7, 2003 in Winston Salem.

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Re: Baxter Slaughter
Posted by: Pam Horton (
Date: July 06, 2003 05:29AM

I'm so sorry to hear this. Baxter was always so nice to work with.

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Re: Baxter Slaughter
Posted by: Weldon Wallace (
Date: July 08, 2003 11:28PM

Capt. Slaughter was a gentleman. I talked with him many times
when he would start or end his flight at GSO. I don't ever remember him
saying an unkind word about his fellow crew members or anyone else. In talking with him you would never know his uniform carried 4 stripes on the sleeve. My thoughts & prayers are with his family. He will be missed!

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Re: Baxter Slaughter
Posted by: Rocky (
Date: November 12, 2003 01:55PM

One hell-of-ah pilot. A Buddy, a mentor, a golfer, a prankster, a soldier, a lover, a poet; but most of all, a flyer. He was "The upmost -- to say the very least." And I've missed him -- many many days before he ever past.

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Re: Baxter Slaughter
Posted by: Tommy R. Durrer (
Date: February 18, 2006 02:42PM

I have fond memory of Capt. B.B. Slaughter, Played golf with him in PI golf tour at Myrtle Beach Nat`l ,I think it was held in the 1980`s. He flew into CHO when I first started with PI in 1959 . He flew DC3`s at that time. I think of him every time I drive by Bsy Tree Golf course on SC Rt. 9 near Little River, S.C.

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