Queensland plane crash victims identified as millionaire businessman Tom Strachan, son Noah, and pilot Garry Liehm
The successful agri-business mogul, 48, his 20-year-old son and the 63-year-old Gold Coast pilot were all killed on Monday when the plane came down in dense bushland near Fernvale.
The Strachan family last year donated half a million dollars to Brisbane Grammar School, where Tom and Noah Strachan both graduated from
Garry had a 40-year and 30,000-hour unblemished safety record in flying fixed wing airplanes and helicopters. He was a highly respected member of the aviation community
All three on board were pronounced dead at the scene. The plane was due to arrive at Archerfield on Monday morning but failed to arrive
A floral tribute and beer left for Garry Liehm at the Archerfield business