Honolulu Fire Victim Worked For Hawaiian Airlines

Honolulu Fire Victim Worked For Hawaiian Airlines

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A Hawaiian Airlines in-flight manager called his brother as smoke filled his 26th-floor apartment in Honolulu before he and his mother lost their lives in the blaze, the man’s brother said. Phil Reller told the newspaper he received a call from his brother, 54 year old Britt Reller, saying he had been taking a shower when he smelled the smoke. He rushed out but was unable to get to their 85-year-old mother, Melba Jeannine Dilley. Both were found dead. Britt Reller had worked as an in-flight manager for Hawaiian Airlines for two years. In an emailed statement to The Associated Press on Saturday, the airlines said Reller “was a talented manager and caring co-worker and we will miss him terribly. Our hearts are with Britt’s brother, Phil, and his entire family.”


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