Larry Lemaster Wiki
Larry Lemaster was originally from Russell, Kentucky. He was a former general manager at Skydiving NRG in West Virginia and a former skydiving instructor at Tri-State Skydivers.. Larry Lemaster was killed when a skydiving plane crashed on Oahu Friday night June 21st, 2019. He was a skydiving instructor, U.S. Army veteran and father. He had completed more than 3,000 jumps.
Three other victims of the plane crash have been identified. The names of the other two victims are Casey Dale and Mike Martin.
Larry Lemaster Death
He died on Friday, June 21st, 2019 in a skydiving plane crash that left 11 people dead
Larry Lemaster Occupation:
He was a skydiving instructor
Larry Lemaster Son
He had 1 son, Gunner Lemaster
Larry Lemaster Wife
Baby Momma The mother of her son who paid tribute to Lemaster on Facebook is Anna Elkins
Larry Lemaster Career
He was a member of Team Fastrax, a professional Skydiving team based in Columbus, Ohio. He completed more than 3,000 jumps, according to the Team Fastrax members page. He also worked for Oahu Parachute Center.
Larry did demonstration jumps with Team Fastrax for military events, the NFL, NASCAR, high schools and others, he wrote on his LinkedIn page.
In one Facebook post, he wrote: “Flying big flags, streamers, banners, pyro, and fireworks are our specialty,” he wrote.
Larry described himself as a professional, licensed skydiving instructor and “pro-rated demonstration jumper and base jumper.” His skydiving experience included tandem and static line.
In his LinkedIn, he wrote: “I enjoy living life to the fullest and traveling around sharing my love of my sports with everyone else.”
Larry Lemaster was a U.S. Army veteran
According to his Facebook page, Larry Lemaster served in the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence. The Cyber Center of Excellence is a base of cyberspace operations, electronic warfare and signal/communications networks and information systems, according to the military website.
Larry Lemaster Children
Larry Lemaster was the father of Gunner Lemaster. His Facebook profile picture showed him walking hand in hand with the boy, with a parachute over his left shoulder.
Larry also had a daughter-father connection with Kierstan Warden. Warden described Lemaster as her second father. For his birthday Sept. 25, she shared a photo of them together before a jump.
The twin-engine plane crashed during takeoff near Dillingham Airfield on the island of Oahu. The state Department of Transportation announced Friday night there were no survivors. The death toll was initially reported at nine. An FAA spokesperson told Hawaii News Now Saturday, June 21st that 11 people died.