Holland Redfield passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2021. Holland came to St. Croix in 1969, as a young man in his mid twenties, and found himself flying as a Goose pilot for Antilles Air Boats. Holland went on to serve the people of the U.S. Virgin Islands for many years. Holland will be missed. 

Holland L. Redfield II
1943 -2021
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Rest in Peace
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Holland L. Redfield II got his desire to take up flying from his Dad, Holland (senior) or "Dutch" to his friends.. Dutch flew for years before he joined Pan American Airways and became the Chief Training Captain. As Holland (junior) was venturing out, a quick introduction to his Dad's friend, Charlie Blair got him flying in the Virgin Islands. Once in St. Croix... he continued to make a difference in people's lives.

See more about "Dutch"

excerpts from his book "Thirty-five Years at the Outer Marker"

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