Roy R. Duggan
Minneapolis native Roy Duggan soloed in 1928 and then began a barnstorming career with his wife Christine. In 1934 they visited Roseau in a Curtiss Robin and convinced local executives to fund a larger aircraft for commercial purposes. Duggan taught in the CPT program in Duluth during World War II before serving in Alaska. After the war he flew for Alaska Airlines and eventually started his own airline in Alaska.