Frontier hails late employee featured in new reality series

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Pam Gardner, who died of a blood clot last month, had a prominent role in the show about Frontier s flight-attendant school, which begins Thursday.

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Lynn Breitlow

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Mar 17, 2006
 
To everyone at Frontier:


Please accept my condolences at the untimely passing of the head of your Inflight Training Program, Pam Gardner. I was a flight attendant with Northwest for 6 years, and I followed "Flight Attendant School" with great interest. From the first show, when the memorial was shown at the end, I kept waiting for an explanation. Now that the show is past and I have tried to find information online, I see what happened. I want to commend you for having such a rigorous and effective training program; and I realize that Pam played a huge role in this. Thank you for bringing what we do as "safety professionals" out from behind the bulkhead wall for all the flying public to see. You have left Pam a huge legacy and we all thank you for it.

Sincerely,
Lynn Breitlow
Northwest Airlines
1997-2003
Mike Bartils

United States

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Feb 1, 2014
 
I have watched this show in it's entirety and was continuously entertained, informed and inspired. The trainers were wonderful. Pam, along with the others, formed a positive spin on Frontier. I shall never look at frontier the same way again. I loved the personal side of Pam, and the stern. I have taken many "Nuggets" from her example and the others, and applied them to my professional career and other activities. May Pam Gardner's legacy continue to live on in the re-runs of this program and in all the active and retired flight crews who she taught. God Bless those who were close to her.
Susan C

Destin, FL

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Mar 29, 2014
 
I was a flight attendant with air tran for a while. I have to commend Frontier and their staff and Pam Anderson as the most team building and most comprehensive program I have ever see. They are strict, but compassionate. And they think of everything from the serious safety training to the hospitality up front training in the most in depth ways I think the industry has ever seen. Extremely impressive.

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