One in every of two passengers killed when their small aircraft slammed right into a Clairemont house Saturday was a veterinarian, in addition to a married father of 4 youngsters.
Michael Zareski, forty six, died within the fiery crash afternoon crash, in accordance with the Medical Examiner’s workplace.
Zareski owned Western Veterinary Group, an animal hospital in Torrance. His spouse, Shanna Zareski, posted a letter saying his passing on the homepage of the follow.
She stated within the letter that her husband was coming back from a veterinary convention with pals on the time of the crash.
“… Mike touched an incredible variety of individuals together with his overwhelming compassion, generosity and kindness,” she wrote. “His legacy will reside on in our 4 lovely youngsters and in Western Veterinary Group.”
Shanna Zareski additionally wrote that her husband “personified every thing a veterinarian must be — sort, loving, compassionate. He had a coronary heart that by no means stopped giving
Zareski and Robert Stelling of Southampton, New York, have been two of 4 passengers in a single-engine Beech B36 Bonanza when the plane suffered engine failure shortly after it took off it took off from Montgomery-Gibbs Government Airport (formally Montgomery Area Airport) at four:30 p.m.
The pilot tried to land the personal aircraft in a baseball area at Lafayette Elementary Faculty, however the plane skidded, plowing by way of a fence, smashing into a house and bursting into flames.
The 2 males died within the aircraft. The pilot and Stelling’s spouse, Daybreak Stelling, survived the crash.