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Dean Wm. Carson dies in plane accident

Posted on April 11, 2008

Transit Sales International and Shuttle Bus Leasing President Dean Wm. Carson died in an accident involving his single engine plane. Carson, an experienced pilot, was making his daily commute from his office in Riverside, Calif. to his home in Big Bear.

Details of the accident are not immediately known, but are being investigated by the appropriate authorities. Dean is survived by his wife Diane, his adult children David, Kyle and Katie as well as his mother Carol, brother and long time business partner Dale and his wife Terri Carson, and his sister and her husband Dawn and Jim O’Keefe.

Details regarding the services have not yet been determined and will be released when known. The family requests that you respect their privacy during this time of grief and direct all inquires to Raul Gimenez at Transit Sales International/Shuttle Bus Leasing at 909-973-0240 or Macy Neshati at Complete Coach Works at 951-836-6525.

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