Officials identify last 2 victims of Hawaii plane crash

HONOLULU — The Honolulu Medical Examiner has identified the last two victims of a deadly plane crash on Oahu’s North Shore that killed 11 people.

Officials in a release Tuesday identified the victims as 48-year-old James Lisenbee and 42-year-old Jerome Renck, both of Hawaii.

The plane was carrying a group of skydivers when it rolled to the side and became inverted before crashing just after takeoff on June 21. There were no survivors .

The plane was being operated by Oahu Parachute Center, which listed Renck as its chief pilot on its website.

Danielle Marriott, Renck’s roommate, remembers him as kind and respectful with a silly sense of humor.

Marriott says Renck enjoyed travelling, hiking and surfing. She says he loved being a pilot and it was his dream to fly in Hawaii.


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