In memory of fallen humanitarian, pilots will airlift rescue dogs

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Home for Good Dog Rescue and several volunteer pilots will bring more than 20 rescue dogs by air to Morristown Municipal Airport on Saturday, May 19 in a memorial flight honoring the late Rev. Andrew Topp, who was killed when his plane went down in West Milford, on May 2.

Topp regularly flew overseas to perform humanitarian work in Haiti and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Over the last two years, he flew more than 300 of Home for Good Dog Rescue's dogs home and played a vital role in transporting supplies to Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

At a glanceWhat: Memorial Dog Rescue Flight Honoring the Rev. Andrew Topp

Who: Home for Good Dog Rescue and volunteer pilots

When: Saturday, afternoon May 19, weather pending

Where: FTC-FBO at Morristown Municipal Airport, 50 Airport Road, Morristown

Why: Topp was killed when his plane went down in West Milford on May 2.

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