Press Release from Celtic Bank on north Texas Plane Crash
Released by Celtic Bank:
Salt Lake City Based Plane Carrying Three Men Associated with Celtic Bank Crashes in Texas
Salt Lake City, Utah - (January 12, 2013) A plane carrying three men associated with Celtic Bank, Michael Bradley, Mike Endo, and professional pilot, Rob Thompson, crashed shortly after take off in Lamar County, Texas. The cause of the crash involving a Piper PA-46 is unknown. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.
"This is a challenging and difficult time for the entire Celtic Bank family. We are sad and focused exclusively on providing love and support for the families and friends of those lost in the crash," said Reese Howell, Jr. Chairman and CEO of Celtic Bank.
Additional information about the crash will be made available as it presents itself from the Lamar County Sheriff's Department - mailto:email@example.com or Texas Regional Office of the The National Transportation Safety Board - tel:817-652-7800.
There will be no additional comments from Celtic Bank today.
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