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Case File 1683DMBC


George R. Cogar
Missing since September 2, 1983 from British Columbia, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing

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Circumstances of Disappearance
Cogar was last seen when a private plane, a Brittan Norman Islander, went down somewhere in British Columbia, Canada on September 2, 1983.
The passengers, who had known each other for about 20 years, was identified as George Cogar, of Frankfort, NY., his brother Tom, of Port Leyden, NY.; and, from West Germany, Rolf Dieter Falk, 56, of Aachen, Hans Hill, 56, of Hanover, Peter Hoffman, 66, of Mulhejm, and Otto Herman Stitz, 61, of Cologne.
George Cogar is one of the founders of the Mohawk Data Sciences Corporation and the founder of the Cogar Corporation. He comes from an old family in West Virginia and before he disappeared, owned the largest parcel of private land in New York state, complete with his own airport.

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Campbell River RCMP

Agency Case Number: 1983-12222

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