Saturday, 26 November 2016

Passenger Audrey Morris remembered me



Janey said...

Hi Luke. Thus far you have wrote about meeting and remembering ex/ current crew. Just an idea, maybe you can also write about Passengers who remember you?Has this happened before? Will be interesting to hear from you / a crew

Thank you and I always enjoy reading your blog.

Hi Janey....Below was a passenger who remembered me


Polly, on behalf of my grandmother, Audrey Morris said...

Mr. Boh Tong, I am not sure if you still remember me. I flew from Singapore to London about 25 - 30 years ago with you at the helm. I was with my husband. I have always been afraid of flying and was so panicky throughout the entire flight.
I still remember you as the steward that was so patient with me during the flight, assuring me that everything was alright. You took so much care of me and husband.

My husband passed away about 5 years ago, and he still talks about you when I refused to take any flights and what a darling you are. Do you remember me? You delivered champagne to my frustrated husband and specially served me ice cream even after meal times when you found out that was my comfort food.

We took a picture when we landed. I will try to find the picture we took together and post it here if that is okay.

 Audrey Morris

 I am typing this on behalf of my grandmother who has showed me the picture you took onboard the plane. I recognized you from your picture and she is so excited you are writing a blog. She's 73 this year!

We will continue to be readers. Stay healthy and continue writing!

Thank you.

3 comments:

Janey said...

Thanks for sharing BT...

You've probably served thousands of pax... Did you have any recollection of Audrey Morris after her granddaughter wrote that for you? :)

Boh Tong said...

To be honest, I can't recall her and her husband. The reason being that I have gone
out of way to render services to many passengers and this particular incident wasn't a big deal.

Anonymous said...



Unless, SQ is home... which means values seems
displaced... therefore, will face disappointments.



Charity begins at home....