Fred Noonan

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Age 130
Birthday April 41893
Birth Sign Aries
City Illinois
Country United States
Profession Pilot

Fred Noonan is a famous Pilot, born on April 4, 1893 in United States. As of December 2022, Fred Noonan’s net worth is $5 Million. The most common thought is that he and Earhart crashed and sunk in the ocean after running out of fuel.

Parents Joseph T. Noonan, Catherine Egan
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Spouse Mary Bea Martinelli , Josephine Sullivan
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Fred Noonan Biography

Though he was declared dead on June 20, 1938, he was last seen on July 2, 1937 in New Guinea as part of the trip around the world alongside Amelia Earhart. .

He married and divorced Josephine Sullivan and also married Mary Beatrice Passadori.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Fred Noonan Net Worth

Fred is one of the richest Pilot & listed on most popular Pilot. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Fred Noonan‘s net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Income Pilot
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House Living in own house.

He was a flight navigator and sea captain who captained several commercial flights across the Pacific Ocean.

Who is Fred Noonan dating?

According to our records, Fred Noonan married to Mary Bea Martinelli , Josephine Sullivan. As of May 2022, Fred Noonan’s is not dating anyone.

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Fred Noonan Height

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Facts & Trivia

Fred Ranked on the list of most popular Pilot. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Fred Noonan celebrates birthday on April 4 of every year.

What happened Fred Noonan?

Many researchers, including navigator and aeronautical engineer Elgen Long, believe that the Electra ran out of fuel and that Earhart and Noonan ditched at sea. The “crash and sink” theory is the most widely accepted explanation of Earhart’s and Noonan’s fate.

What were Amelia’s last words?

Amelia Earhart’s last confirmed words were spoken at 8:43 a.m. on July 2, 1937. She said, “We are on the line 157-337 flying north and south.” Earlier she had spoken the fatal words, “We are on you but cannot see you.” She was in trouble, and she knew it.

Was Fred Noonan a good navigator?

While Noonan “was a very good celestial navigator,” neither he nor Earhart knew much about radio, “which really put them at a disadvantage,” said Gillespie. In fact, the flight to Howland “depended heavily on Fred’s navigation which required an accurate time check from a radio station,” according to TIGHAR.

Did Amelia Earhart have kids?

Although Earhart and Putnam never had children, he had two sons by his previous marriage to Dorothy Binney (1888–1982), a chemical heiress whose father’s company, Binney & Smith, invented Crayola crayons: the explorer and writer David Binney Putnam (1913–1992) and George Palmer Putnam, Jr. (1921–2013).

Was Earhart’s plane ever found?

During a flight to circumnavigate the globe, Earhart disappeared somewhere over the Pacific in July 1937. Her plane wreckage was never found, and she was officially declared lost at sea. Her disappearance remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the twentieth century.

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