KERRVILLE, Texas — The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified eight people who were killed in two separate plane crashes earlier this week in Central Texas.
On Sunday, April 21, 2019, an Experimental Rans S-7 Courier aircraft took off from the River Valley Ranch airstrip in Kingsland, Texas, with two occupants. Shortly after, the plane crashed — killing both occupants who were identified by DPS as Kingsland residents 69-year-old William Lee Glenn and John Timothy Sharpe.
On Monday, April 22, 2019, a twin-engine Beechcraft BE58 crashed while preparing to land at Kerrville Municipal Airport in Kerrville, Texas. The plane had departed the West Houston Airport earlier that same morning with six occupants.
Lynn Lunsford, an FAA spokesperson, tells MyTexasDaily.com the crash occurred shortly after 9 a.m. and the wreckage was located about six miles northwest of the Kerrville Municipal Airport.
All six occupants died at the scene. They were identified by DPS as Houston residents 65-year-old Jeffrey Carl Weiss, 55-year-old Stuart Kensinger, 54-year -old Angela Webb Kensinger, 58-year-old Mark Damien Scioneaux, 55-year-old Scott Reagan Miller, and 45-year-old Marc Tellepsen.