Omar Fouad El-Aazami, 54, and Dr. Jan Marie Villemarette, 48, killed in plane crash in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana

Modified Date: 
Mon, 11/09/2020 - 12:42pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, October 16, 2020

2 killed in Louisiana plane crash

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.

Officials identify two killed in Terrebonne Parish plane crash

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.

Community mourns Houma dentist who died in plane crash

Family, friends and colleagues are mourning the loss of a Houma dentist who died tragically in a plane crash last week. 

TPSO: Two dead after aircraft goes down near Lake Hatch; victims identified

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.

Jan Marie Villemarette - Obituary

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. 

People Involved: 
Omar Fouad El-Aazami
Jan Marie Villemarette
Houma, LA

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