Omar Fouad El-Aazami, 54, and Dr. Jan Marie Villemarette, 48, killed in plane crash in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana
National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Peter Knudson told news outlets the plane departed the Houma-Terrebonne Airport at 11 a.m. and was headed to Brenham, Texas. The plane disappeared from radar shortly before 11:15 a.m., about seven miles southwest of Houma, Knudson said.
The pilot was identified as 54-year-old Omar Fouad El-Aazami, of Lumberton, Mississippi. The passenger was identified as 48-year-old Dr. Jan Marie Villemarette, of Houma, according to the Terrebonne Paris Sheriff's Office.
The pilot was identified as Omar Fouad El-Aazami, 54, of Lumberton, Miss. The passenger was identified as Dr. Jan Marie Villemarette, 48, of Houma.
Dr. Jan, as she was known to her dental patients, was a native of Marksville, La., and was a graduate of Marksville High School, Louisiana College, and LSU School of Dentistry. While her first love was her children, she also embraced the many families and children who were patients.