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  • County Coroner Rick Stone said the victims tentatively have been identified as Estell, a

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  • He called on Grammy award winning singer, Estell to travel with him to South Africa.

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  • I became obsessed with being in the right place at the right time to hear the daily half hour readings read by Dick Estell, although given the nature of my job it was impossible to catch it every day!

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  • Richard Salway, and Estell his wife, and for the soul of John

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  • Littleton (Vi) 45.4, Chang (OR) 46.87, Lyons-Walker (Morse) 47.03, Palm (BV) 47.10, Estell

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  • Snow from last week's blizzards still covered roads inside the public cemetery within Estell Manor Park.

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  • Estell holds a bachelor's degree and juris doctorate from the University of

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  • Stone said the plane was being flown by Estell, a licensed pilot who often having volunteered his services for and served as a board member of Angel Flight Central, a nonprofit agency that arranges charitable flights for humanitarian causes.

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  • "Right now, we're using common sense" and identifying through circumstantial evidence, including that Estell and Clarkson have not been heard from since the crash, Stone said.

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  • Stone said the plane was being flown by Estell, a licensed pilot who often volunteered his services for and served as a board member of Angel Flight Central, a nonprofit agency that arranges charitable flights for humanitarian causes.

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