|Birth: ||Feb. 21, 1947|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1982|
Central Kentucky News-Journal, February 18, 1982
Eight Killed in Plane Crash near Springfield
A twin-engine turbo prop airplane crashed Tuesday in heavy fog in Washington County, claiming the lives of six adults and two children. Those dead include: David Lewis Ball, 38, Lebanon, his wife, Alice, 34, and their two sons, Chad, 5 and Lance, 18 months; Owen Isaacs, 62, and his wife, Louise, 61; Douglas Baker, 31, pilot from Charlestown, Ind.; and John Robert Watts, an engineer for B. T. Engineering Corp., Louisville. Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) were at the scene Wednesday morning trying to piece together the parts of the crash puzzle. The plane wreck occurred in Washington County, about one mile from the landing strip at Lebanon-Springfield Airport.-Springfield Airport.
David Ball was a partner in the family-owned Ball Brothers Oil Company, Lebanon. Ball is a brother to Garland Ball, owner of West Main Phillips 66 here in Campbellsville. The Balls and Mrs. Ball's parents were said to be returning from a vacation trip.
William Owen Isaacs (1920 - 1982)
Martha Louise Cheatham Isaacs (1920 - 1982)
David Louis Ball (1943 - 1982)*
Chad Davidson Ball (1977 - 1982)*
Lance Louis Ball (1980 - 1982)*
Saint Augustine Church Cemetery
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Record added: Jan 15, 2013
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