Charles Rodd told his friend Mary Anne Bradshaw on Sept. 14 that he was ready any time to fly on her husband Theodore Bradshaw’s new six-seat Cessna 340. They decided to fly the small plane to Bradshaw’s nephew’s wedding in Virginia.
On Friday evening — just four weeks after the Facebook posting that included a photo of the shiny white airplane — the bodies of Rodd, 64, and his wife, Diane Dotson Rodd, 58, of Boynton Beach, and the Bradshaws were found in the wreckage of the plane, which went down Thursday in a remote area near the wedding site.
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Post staff researcher Michelle Quigley contributed to this story.