Frank Borman: NASA Astronaut Who Commanded Apollo 8, the First Crewed Mission to Orbit the Moon and Return Safely to Earth

From a Washington Post obit by Eryn Brown headlined “Frank Borman, astronaut who tried to give thrust to Eastern Air, dies at 95”:

Frank Borman, a NASA astronaut who commanded Apollo 8, the first crewed mission to orbit the moon and return safely to Earth, and later as chief executive of Eastern Air Lines piloted the carrier through a turbulent business climate that led to its takeover and eventual demise, died in Billings, Mont.

Mr. Borman, who lived at a retirement community in Billings, died one week after fellow astronaut Ken Mattingly, who helped bring Apollo 13 home following an onboard explosion.