The Boise Airport Chapel recently celebrated the addition of three more names to their “Wall Of Fame” plaque in the chapel.
First there is the addition of Molly Kennedy, who passed away several months ago after fighting a battle with ALS. She was a TSA Inspector who lived out her faith in the workplace and was respected by all, despite the fact that airlines and other airport businesses don’t eagerly look forward to inspectors on the property. Molly was a very pleasant woman and loved by all.
The second person added is Addison King, manager of custodial services in the airport. A practicing Christian who was instrumental in helping at the Pentagon after the 9/11 terrorist attack, Addison has a great love and care for his employees and also has shared often with us about his desire to be a godly leader in his family. Finally, there is the addition of Daniel Nedich, who accepted Christ in the Boise Airport Chapel over two years ago. Dan is a United airlines manager who actually is being transferred to Portland due to company cutbacks. Dan also showed great concern for his staff, has a very calm, warm personality and has won the respect of his peers and his employees in the airport.He has persevered in caring for his wife as she struggled with cancer and eventually passed away on New Year’s Eve this past January. Dan now is a single dad while handling his responsibilities at work, a very godly man.