Andrew Rossignol Memorial Fund
Dedicated to Flight Safety
The Andrew Rossignol Memorial Fund was established in 2009 to honor the life of Andrew who was killed on December 6, 2008 at the age of 21. While on a training mission over the Everglades, Andrew and his student pilot were struck by another aircraft, killing all four people, in both planes.
Andrew, the son of Richard (a Continental Airlines captain) and Lenore Rossignol, was raised in Maine. Andrew was known as a kind and caring young man who willingly helped others, particularly children. An avid pilot, Andrew received his pilot’s license at the age of 17 and later attained certification as a “Gold Seal” Flight Instructor.
The fund has been established by Andrew's family to perpetuate his memory. In keeping with Andrew’s chosen career as a flight instructor, all proceeds of the fund will be designated to support Angel Flight NE’s Flight Safety Initiative.