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In July of 1979 I met a man named David Moazen traveling on holiday in Honolulu, Hawaii. David was in his late twenties at the time and worked for Iran Air as a pilot. David was traveling with two friends Nasir and Saeed.
David became very dear to me. I traveled to New York in October 1979 from my home in Chatsworth, California to visit David on a lay over in New York City. David was to come to the USA in December of 1979 to an airline school in Texas for training.
However, because of the embassy takeover in Tehran in November 1979 plans for everyone changed. The last telephone contact with him was on February 6, 1980, when he called me from Tehran. After that I never heard of him again.
Attached is a picture of David and I taken on the beach in Honolulu. If you know of this man and what happened to him or of any information that will aide in my search, please contact me. For over 31 years I've wanted to know what became of this wonderful, beautiful and kind man.
A recent e-mail revealed David Moazen went to Lae City, Papua New Guines and worked for ABCO Transport Services around 1980 or so.
Your reply, one way or another will be gratefully and deeply appreciated.
73151 Cabazon Peak Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
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