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Clash could imperil missions of mercy

Angel Flight of New England aviators, founder in power struggle

Angel Flight volunteer pilots gathered at Beverly Airport in 1996. Lawrence Camerlin, president of Angel Flight of New England Inc., stands to the left of the propeller. He started Angel Flight that year, after selling his ambulance business and getting his pilot’s license. Angel Flight volunteer pilots gathered at Beverly Airport in 1996. Lawrence Camerlin, president of Angel Flight of New England Inc., stands to the left of the propeller. He started Angel Flight that year, after selling his ambulance business and getting his pilot’s license. (Jim Wilson/ Globe Staff/ File)
By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / April 5, 2010

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For the pilots who donate their time to Angel Flight of New England Inc., the mission — flying sick patients to medical appointments for free — has always been more important than how the organization was run. (Full article: 1269 words)

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