McCandless, W. J.
Mail Service Began:
||April 3, 1919
Mail Service Ended:
||May 12, 1920
W. J. McCandless was not an airmail pilot, but
the Superintendent of the Chicago – Omaha Aerial Mail
Division. He was killed on May 12, 1920 when an airmail airplane
piloted by W. H. Johnson was blown through a tree. Johnson
was injured, and McCandless was killed in the collision.