James Bruce Macquarrie, “Jim” was raised in an orphanage and went through USAF pilot training as a cadet. Jim was a pilot’s pilot in every conceivable way. He commanded “Clipper Maid of the Seas”, the largest airliner ever built at the time, the magnificent Boeing 747. His experience in the 747 totaled 4,107 hours. He had the knowledge, experience, and temperament to handle any emergency. If an emergency was survivable, Jim was the man to have in the captain’s seat. His flying and leadership skills were recognized by his election as ALPA MEC and by his dedication to service in the Massachusetts Air National Guard. He also served three years in the U.S. Navy. A man of many talents, Jim enjoyed working on his 200 year old colonial home in New Hampshire and restoring vintage automobiles. Jim joined Pan Am in 1964 and was based at JFK. His son, Mike, was a 727 First Officer for Pan Am, also based at JFK. Jim is survived by his wife, Janet, and his two children, Michael and Pamela.