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Tribute to Daniel Berinson

Posted by ken On March - 31 - 2010

Former TVW General Manager and Executive Chairman Kevin Campbell has made us aware of some sad news which impacts upon the TVW family.


Daniel Berinson

41-year-old Daniel Berinson, the son of former Seven Company Secretary and Business Director David Berinson was killed in the twin engine Piper PA30 Comanche aircraft he co-owned with 60-year-old Frank Davey on Sunday March 28, 2010.

The bodies of both men were found ten kilometres east of Mundaring along with the wreckage of the twin-engine plane.

They were reported missing about 9:00 pm on the Sunday evening, after they failed to return to Jandakot Airport following the flight to Northam.

It has yet to be determined who was flying the aircraft.

Both men were qualified pilots and had been conducting joy flights for about one year.

Daniel was a software architect, engineer, physicist and managing director in the technology industry.

Daniel’s Linkedin profile indicates that he possessed a BE and PhD from the University of WA and enjoyed reading and writing, mentoring and being mentored, music especially classical piano and guitar. He was a passionate supporter of the Australian national rugby union team the Wallabies.

Daniel’s funeral will be held on Thursday April 1, 2010, starting at 2.30pm.


Karrakatta Cemetery – Jewish Section

Directions: Enter through main gate in Smythe Road (opposite the old Hollywood High School).

The Jewish Section is on the left through the gate. The prayer hall is a short distance from the entry gate on the left hand side.

Kevin points out that David and Daniel were the best of mates as well as being father and son. Daniel also knew a great number of TVW people through his father.

Our deepest sympathy is extended to his wife and all his family.

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