Bathurst business man killed in plane crash

Bathurst business man killed in plane crash

A Bathurst man has been killed in a light plane crash in central Queensland.

Ray White Livestock national chief executive, Charlie Maher, died when the plane crashed not long after take off from Roma early yesterday.

Toowoomba beef industry identity John Quintana also died in the crash.

Mr Maher, 48, moved to Bathurst from Dubbo in 1989 and worked his way up the local stock and station ranks, before he was recently appointed the national CEO of Ray White Livestock.

Funeral arrangements are yet to be finalised.

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