Alaska aviation pioneer dies at 95

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Alaska aviation pioneer, Cliff Everts, has died.
His family confirmed he passed away at home in Fairbanks on Thursday.
He was 95-years-old.
Born in New York, Everts was already flying by the time he came to Alaska in 1943 and flew for Alaska Star Airlines and Wien Airlines until 1980, leaving a legacy in the state's flying community.
His son, Robert founded Everts Air Cargo in 1995, and Cliff was inducted into the Alaska Aviation Hall of Fame in 2013.
He is survived by his wife Betty and their six children.