Tragedy is painful reminder of VW execs killed over Lockerbie

Kisiel, Ralph
September 2001
Automotive News;9/17/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5948, p6
Trade Publication
Presents obituaries for Volkswagen of America Inc. executives James Fuller and Lou Marengo, who died during the Pan Am Flight 103 terrorist bombing in December 21, 1988 in Lockerbie, Scotland.


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