Hyannis, MA Private Plane Crash, June 1966

SIX IN FAMILY PERISH IN PLANE CRASH.

Hyannis, Mass., (AP) -- A father, mother and their four children were killed Sunday in the crash of a single-engine private plane at Barnstable Municipal Airport.
The parents were identified as DR. ARTHUR T. SUGINO, 41, and his wife, RUTH, 46, of Los Angeles, Calif., by the medical examiner, Dr. Robert S. Thorpe.
Dr. Thorpe said four children were, CATHERINE, 18, VICTORIA, 14, CRAIG, 12, and SANDRA, 8. The family was of Japanese ancestry.
The plane, a Beechcraft Bonanza, plunged into woods about half a mile from the airport's westernmost runway, during a landing attempt about 12:30 p.m.

The Post - Standard Syracuse New York 1966-06-27

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Sugino Family

The Suginos lived one block East of us on a street called Gramercy Place. Their house was quite something else. Kind of an early McMansion. Much larger and nicer than most other homes in the area. I was only 9 when this happened, but I've always remembered it. Craig was 3 years older than me, but he didn't treat me like most older kids treat younger ones.

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You are very very welcome.
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Sugino family

Victoria (Vicki) Sugino was a student at Le Conte Junior High school Hollywood, California. She was valedictorian of our class graduation 1966, and died tragically soon after that. Thank you for posting this article.