LYON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – More facts have emerged about the spouse and children who died in a Lyon Township plane crash with each other on Saturday.

Former president of the Property Builders Affiliation of Southeastern Michigan and president of Compo Property Builders, David Compo, his spouse Michelle and their son Dawson died in the Lyon Township airplane crash Saturday.

The tiny aircraft crashed into a Lyon Township home with all three on board.

Fortunately, the family of 5 who reside in the dwelling that the airplane crashed into designed it out safely and securely.

Due to the fact Saturday, investigators have been doing the job on seeking to get much more details on the crash.

The father and distinguished Metro Detroit businessman who was the plane’s pilot had many years of encounter flying aircraft.

“Very gifted, traveling for 25 to 30 years,” said Chris Compo, the homebuilder’s brother.

The professional pilot’s Piper Comanche aircraft crashed into the Lyon Township home Saturday afternoon. Officials say the airplane slammed into the home’s residing place.

People who dwell in the household had absent into the kitchen area for a snack and managed to escape the crash right prior to it transpired.

The couple’s son who died was only 18-decades-aged and a latest graduate of Detroit Catholic Central Significant College. He was attending Michigan Condition University and performing for his father. The mother of the loved ones labored as CEO of Compo Household Builders.

The pilot experienced manufactured that strategy and landing practically 500 instances, in accordance to his brother who added his sibling was working on his instrument score and planned on flying more through retirement.

All a few have been coming again from spending the holidays in Georgia.

While the Compo household has been crushed by the tragedy, it is overcome by the outpouring of love and guidance from individuals in the local community.

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