David Raubenolt Was Killed in a Plane Crash While in Florida
David Raubenolt, his family and friends were in Florida to complete Jessica’s single engine pilot certification when he was killed in a plane accident. Jessica’s uncle lives near the crash site and says the family was planning on moving back to Ohio soon. The family has created a GoFundMe account to help cover the funeral expenses. It has raised over $5,000 for the Raubenolt Family.
The family’s pain is undeniable. It is very heartbreaking that this family had to endure it. Jessica Raubenolt was an Ohio native who was visiting her family in Tampa. She was just 21 months old when she was murdered. The family is unable to find justice and are unable to get closure. Nonetheless, the family is doing everything they can to make sure this case goes to trial.
Like many people, David William Raubenolt was a happy man. He was married to Jessica Reisinger and they had a daughter, Lillia. Jessica graduated from Kent State University last year and she was so proud of her. His daughter Lillia was just 21 months when David Raubenolt died. Their families are devastated by this tragic loss.
Despite the grief, her family is able to move forward. The family is grateful to the people who supported them during this difficult time. They will never forget Lillia. It is a terrible loss to have a child so young. The Raubenolt family is working hard to make sure her memory is never forgotten. While Lillia’s loved ones are grieving and healing, they are still trying to cope.
The two teenagers involved in the car crash have been arrested. Cameron Herrin was driving a black Ford Mustang and John Barrineau was driving a silver Nissan Altima. Cameron Herrin’s older brother was also in the black Mustang. Witnesses claim that the cars were racing in traffic and weaving between them before the crash. They were traveling more than 100 miles per hour. David Raubenolt was left with serious health issues.
Raubenolt was in a car crash while trying to avoid traffic on Bayshore Blvd. He told a police officer he was rushing home and didn’t see Jessica and the child. He pleaded guilty and received a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison. Raubenolt’s defence team requested that the judge impose a lighter sentence. The judge agreed to his request and sentenced Raubenolt to a year and a half in prison.