NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Household, pals and colleagues from the corporate he co-founded are mourning the passing of John Kenneth “Ken” Dunn, 62.
Dunn was killed on July 26 when the Bombardier CL 600 jet he was on crashed throughout a seemingly routine touchdown on the Truckee-Tahoe Airport in Northern California. He was touring on the twin-engine jet with pals to Truckee, described as considered one of his “favourite locations on earth,” in his obituary. Three different folks aboard the airplane additionally perished when it crashed and burned close to a golf course within the Lake Tahoe space.
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After an industrious profession in banking and actual property, Dunn co-founded Ranier Capital Administration in 2003. “The Rainier household is deeply saddened by the lack of its co-founder, accomplice and good friend. Our most heartfelt sympathies go to Ken’s household throughout this unbelievably troublesome time. He will likely be terribly missed,” mentioned Rainier President and CEO Danny Lovell.
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Dunn is survived by his spouse Christie and 4 youngsters: Katie, Chris, Peter and Nicki; grandchildren Libby, Ellie, JP and his mom, brother and sister.
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The Truckee Police Division, the FAA and the Nationwide Transportation Security Board are investigating.