Cassandra Webb Royal Princess Passenger Alaska Floatplane Death

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Cassandra Webb
Cassandra Webb

Cassandra Webb Royal Princess Passenger Alaska Floatplane Death – Cassandra Webb, 62,  from St. Louis, Missouri was a Princess Cruises passenger aboard cruise ship Royal Princess who took a floatplane excursion which crashed near Ketchikan, Alaska on Monday, May 13, 2019.

Webb was an office manager at an Insurance firm,  two years from retiring, she was looking forward to retirement, and getting a little travel time in ahead of that by taking trips with friends who have already ended their careers.

Webb and her friends spent three days in Vancouver, British Columbia, and then planned to be on the Royal Princess cruise in Alaska for seven days before ending the trip with a seven-day rail trip across Canada.

Cassandra Webb was known for collected clothing and jewelry to donate to women in shelters. “She would actually collect clothes, purses and jewelry from friends and would match them all up, so they’d have a whole outfit to wear,” friend, Angie Gokenbach said.

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