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Mark Lavelle dropped by on Friday, February 13, 2009
I just placed an order for "Linebacker In The Buf(f)" and thought you would like to know that I was there, serving a TDY assignment with the 99th. I remember vividly the first day of the campaign when every available KC-135 and B-52 was pressed into service. I would bet that at one time or another I worked on 55-0094, amongst all the others that were stationed there at the time.
The tankers launched first, and then wave after wave of BUF’s literally blackened the sky with their smoky plumes of jet exhaust blast as they lumbered down the runway into the sky. It was an impressive and nonstop show of force those next couple of weeks until the peace talks resumed.
I will always remember the crews that didn’t make it back, and their contributions to hastening the finish to a war no one wanted, and finally brought our POW’s home.
Thank you.

Warren Westura dropped by on Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Hi Keith! Not sure if you remember me, but I took your photo for a magazine awhile back and gave you a print of it at a MOAA meeting...it was you infront of one of your works, a number of missles in flight. I was wondering if I could get permission from you to put it up on my website in the portrait area? I'd appreciate your reply either way...hope you and yours are doing well!
Warren Westura

Steve Ornelas dropped by on Sunday, January 04, 2009
Keith and Peggy: Sad to report that Hal McCormick passed away a few weeks ago. Thought you would like to make a few comments about him, so that we can put them up on our site. Thanks, Steve

Ed dropped by on Friday, January 02, 2009
Hi, love the images, I'm a sucker for the old planes as well. I have many old aviation prints on my office walls, makes me fee human in some odd way. Mostly old bombers and fighters, my favorites being the Hurricanes and Spitfires. Anyways, I hope you don't regard this posting as spam as I legitimately would like to share the following site with your readers. The site is aviationearth.com. It's all about aviation news, facts, videos and of course images. I would also like to know if you would allow me to use a couple of your images on my site, it would certainly give it more class.
Hope to hear from you soon,
Ed
aviationearth.com

Bill Doscher dropped by on Saturday, November 15, 2008
Thank you for many years of dreaming!

John Calvert dropped by on Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Keith,It was a great honor to have lunch with you today at the Mighty 8th Airforce Museum in Savannah. I enjoyed our converation very much, especially the story of growing up so close to the P-12s at Kelly field and your early airplane rides. The 0-47 is another favorite of mine. Keep up the great work! John

Wayne Barnard dropped by on Tuesday, October 07, 2008
A friend of your daughter Nancy told me of your work,Trish Naylor,truly spectacular works.Congratulations on an incredible career and for the wonderful gifts of art you have created.

Col Ken "Easy" Rizer dropped by on Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Keith, Now that we've moved to Hickam, I'm reminded of you as I hang the beautiuful Ferris prints the 8th Ops Group gave me at my farewell. Thanks so much for coming all the way to Korea to speak at the 8th Fighter Group Reunion Combat Dining In. Your talk gave all of us an appreciation of the AF's great heritage and promising future. You are a national treasure, and we were honored to host you. Thanks again! Easy

Martha Engelke dropped by on Friday, May 16, 2008
I wanted to wish you a very Happy Birthday! It is always so exciting to read the log and see how many you have inspired!

Steve & Chris dropped by on Thursday, March 13, 2008
Hi Keith & Peggy,
We wanted to thank you for signing the print for our son Andrew who, as you know, returned home safely from a tour of duty in Iraq. He joins the third generation of Butzer Boys who have a love of aviation and your artwork. We're so glad to hear that you both are doing well and staying busy, and want you to know how much we appreciate the friendship that our families have had over the past 40+ years.
All the best!
Steve & Chris Butzer

Col Ken "Easy" Rizer dropped by on Tuesday, March 11, 2008
We're looking forward to Mr. Ferris coming to Kunsan AB, Korea to speak at the 8 FG reunion dining in!

TSgt. Ernest Prusakowski dropped by on Thursday, January 31, 2008
Dear Keith, I am an avid fan of your artwork. I purchased your book back in 1977 when I was an airman at Myrtle Beach AFB, SC., and have been hooked ever since. I was an aircraft mechanic for 20 years in the USAF and spent 14 of them working on the A-10. Do you have any plans to do a painting of one? I retired from the 74th Fighter Squadron (original Flying Tigers). It would be a great tribute to the Flying Tigers of yesterday and today if you did do a painting of the A-10 with tiger's teeth. Thanks for your inspiration. Sincerely, TSgt. Prusakowski

Kurt & Judy dropped by on Monday, January 21, 2008
We are very excited about purchasing the "Fortresses Engaged". It has special meaning for my husband. Lt. Merril Rish was his great-uncle. It's a very special painting.







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Bill + Cindy Novak dropped by on Thursday, January 17, 2008
We met you and your family at Glacier National Park several years ago,where you shared your favorite spots of the park with us.Cindy and I admire your work. THANKS

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Karen and David Stoddard dropped by on Friday, January 04, 2008
Dear Keith and Peg we enjoy your art so much and we especially like your creativity on the website. We were so glad to have you spend Christmas Eve with us and we want to thank you for the wonderful fruit basket. I t was such a surprise and a real treat all week long. Hope your New Year was a safe and joyous on in Chicago! Have a great year and looking forward to seeing you again soon.

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stephanie speakman dropped by on Thursday, December 27, 2007
I have an old Atlantic Aviation Christmas card with your painting of H.B.duPont piloting a Buhl-Verville "Airstir" over the San Gorgonio.I would so love to know where the original is and if there are any prints.H.B was a cousin and family friend and flew with my mother,Tibi, all through the 30's and 40's.H.B.'s grandson,Henry, lives nearby and I am framing the beautful card as a surprise for him.I wonder if you knew H.B or Richard duPont who tragically died in a glider crash during the war years?Thank you so very much.Very best,Stephanie

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Steven R. Wolfe dropped by on Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Our Uncle Lyle LeRoux served in WWII with the 303rd Bomb Group aboard the B-17F "Hell's Angles Group"

Philip J. Kemp dropped by on Saturday, November 10, 2007
Hi Keith,
I am the lucky owner of "Little Willie Coming Home" a beautiful B-17 print you did quite some time ago. It hangs in my living room and I absolutely love it. You are a fantastic artist! I've also been fortunate enough to fly a Lockheed 1649A Starliner Constellation... another gorgeous airplane, perhaps you'll paint that one of these days!
Best Regards,
Philip

Joan Fox dropped by on Sunday, October 28, 2007
Hi Keith,
I am the niece of Raymond Fisher who flew in the B-17 mission 229 on August 15, 1944. We have just discovered that your mural in the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum depicts his last mission. I cannot wait to visit the Air and Space Museum to see it. Can you tell me if the painting "Test of Courage" of this same mission was comissioned by anyone or did you paint this as a follow-up to the larger mural? I attended the last reunion of the 303 in Arlington, VA last month and was really inspired by these flyers. My uncle and his crew are buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Our family has lived in Maryland for 24 years and had no knowledge of your beautiful mural.

John Lester dropped by on Sunday, October 21, 2007
Keith: Seems like just yesterday I took you up to take pictures of Mt Rainier and the surrounding area in a 318th FIS T-bird. Thanks for putting the T-33 in the picture commisioned for the McChord AFB Officers club even though you were not asked to. It meant a lot to us T-bird guys. I have a signed print of the picture hanging over my fireplace and still get a kick out of pointing out the tiny T-33 flying over the Port of Tacoma....hope all is well
John Lester

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