Aviation Family Lands Back Home
Linda & Garry Kordowski-Jones have a passion for the aviation industry. They met at Eastern Airlines as young adults, followed career paths related to aviation, and recently circled back to Chattahoochee Hills, landing in the homeplace where Linda was raised.
The couple's property includes a family heirloom that makes them both smile. The airplane barn, known as "The Hanger," was used by Linda's father who flew recreational aircraft from his pasture airstrip.
When selecting a barn quilt, they choose a Black-Eyed Susan flower on a vivid red background, easily visible from the road or the friendly skies.
Linda's parents, Charles Kordowski (Aug. 18, 1932 - June 22, 1922), and Catherine (Nov. 24, 1936 - Sept. 13, 2014) purchased their property from Charles Peek in 1965. The house was built in 1969 by the Thompson brothers, who lived nearby.
The following are two messages Charles shared about himself on social media.