Yesterday a tragic news shocked the world, a Boeing 777 carrying over 200 passenger vanished from the radar, hours later airplanes from the Vietnamese Air Force searching for Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 found massive oil slicks spotted in the South China Sea. Malaysian Airlines released the names of all 230 passengers, among those was that of Philip Wood, the united States citizen who worked in Kuala Lumpur.
50-year-old Philip T. Wood from Keller, Texas has vanished along the other 238 passenger onboard Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, that disappeared from the radar after an hour since its departure from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
The Boeing 777 considered one of the safest aircrafts was traveling smoothly in clear weather at about 35,000 feet, when it vanished from radar screens. Along Mr. Wood, two other passenger wore US Passports, Nicole Meng, 4, and Yan Zhang, 2.
Philip Wood the eldest children of the four children born to Aubrey Dean wood, 76 and Sondra Wood.
Philip got married to Mrs. Elaine Florence Wood, 53, they had two sons, Christopher and Nicholas Nick graduated from Texas A&M his younger brother Nicholas is still a student there. Philip and Elaine divorced but remained friends. She posted the following statement on Facebook.
His family also released and statement..
“Philip Wood was a man of God, a man of honor and integrity. His word was gold. Incredibly generous, creative and intelligent, Phil cared about people, his family, and above all, Christ. Though our hearts are hurting, we know so many families around the world are affected just as much as us by this terrible tragedy. We ask for your prayers, not only for ourselves, but for all involved during this difficult time.
“As a family, we are sticking together through Christ to get through this. Thank you for your understanding.”
Philip Wood attended at Munich international School, and graduated from Oklahoma Christian University; he had been working with IMB Corp in Malaysia since March, 2011, at first as their Technical Sales Executive, he was named Technical Storage executive in January.