We wish to remember the recent passing of fellow NASG members and/or S-scale modelers and collectors on this page.
David K. Daniels, 86, of O'Fallon, Illinois passed away on January 30, 2017. He was an active member of The American Flyer S Gaugers of the St. Louis Area for over 38 years (he was one of its founders). The club members remember Dave as an extremely organized fellow, who had quite an extensive knowledge of Gilbert American Flyer trains. He was also generous in sharing that knowledge and was always ready to answer any question or give guidance. He contributed to the design and construction of the Famous-Barr downtown store Christmas train window display layout. Dave was also quite active in many of area civic and community organizations. In recent years Dave suffered from various health issues and has been essentially homebound. Online obituary.
Thomas (Tom) Riddle, of Richmond, Virginia, passed away on February 16, 2017 from an apparent heart-attack. He was 65 years old. Tom was a very active S-scale modeler, involved in the TCA, an A.F. collector, as well as a scale modeler. He was a long time member of the NASG, as well as of the Potomac Valley S Gaugers club. There will be a memorial service for him at the Fairview United Methodist Church in Lynchburg, VA on Saturday March 4th at 11 am. The obituary can be found online. Tom wrote for the S Gauge Herald magazine for many years as "Riddle of S Gauge".
Arden Goehring passed away the evening of January 6th, 2017 after a long battle with cancer. He had a 40'x40' Union Pacific-based S-scale model railroad. Arden owned a tax and accounting services business in Lodi, California. Photo was copied from the BASS Yahoo Group Home page. Arden was an active member of the Bay Area S Scalers club. Follow the web site link on the left for Arden's obituary.
Dan Kirlin, of Waterloo, Ontario passed away the Summer of 2016.
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