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and city editor at the Inquirer, was not aboard.
and, later in the day, a briefing on the status of its investigation.
The plane was carrying four passengers, two pilots and a cabin attendant, according to the NTSB.
The event at Goodwin's home in Concord, Massachusetts, was held to support an education initiative by Goodwin's son.
Clues sought in deadly Massachusetts jet crash
Schiada said the airport employee who saw the crash reported the jet never left the ground. It came to rest 2,000 feet from the end of the paved runway. He said the location of the burned and mangled wreckage, in a gully filled with water, complicated the initial examination and the recovery effort.
raced past the end of a runway, plunged down an embankment and erupted in flames.
Platt Memorial Chapels in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, is handling funeral arrangements for Katz and Asbell, who was a friend of Katz and director of the Boys and Girls Club of Camden.
Dalsey's daughter, Chelsea Dalsey, said her mother also was on the plane, but she declined to comment further. Marcella Dalsey was president of KATZ Academy Charter school, which she founded with Lewis Katz, and is the former owner of an ice cream shop in Haddonfield, New Jersey, a suburb of Philadelphia.
In this Sunday, June 1, 2014 photo provided by the National Transportation Safety Board, shows NTSB investigators at the scene of a plane that plunged down an embankment and erupted in flames during a takeoff attempt Saturday night at Hanscom Field in Bedford, Mass. The co owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper, Lewis Katz, was killed along with six other people in the crash just days after reaching a deal that many hoped would end months of infighting at the newspaper and help restore it to its former glory. (AP Photo/National Transportation Safety Board)
Katz was returning to New Jersey from a gathering at the home of historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. Also killed was a next door neighbor of Katz's, Anne Leeds, a 74 year old retired preschool teacher he had invited to accompany him, and Marcella Dalsey, the director of Katz's son's foundation. The fourth passenger, Susan Asbell, 67, was the wife of former Camden County, New Jersey, prosecutor Sam Asbell.
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"The last thing he said to me upon leaving for the plane was that most of all what we shared was our love and pride for our children," she said in a statement.
Luke Schiada, a National Transportation Safety Board investigator, said Sunday they were looking for the plane's cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder and would review the pilots' experience and the aircraft's maintenance history. He said investigators also are looking for surveillance video that may have captured the crash at Hanscom Field.
The fight over the future of the city's two major newspapers was sparked last year by a decision to fire Marimow. Katz and Lenfest wanted a judge to block the firing. Katz sued a fellow owner, powerful Democratic powerbroker George Norcross. The dispute was settled when Katz and Lenfest, a cable magnate turned philanthropist, bought out their partners.
"We're at the very beginning of the investigation," Schiada said.
Katz, who was 72, made his fortune investing in parking lots and the New York Yankees' cable network. He once owned the NBA's New Jersey Nets and the NHL's New Jersey Devils and in 2012 became a minority investor in the Inquirer. Lenfest said Sunday that the deal will be delayed but will continue. Katz's son, Drew, will take his father's seat on the board of directors, Lenfest said.
The witness account of the Saturday night crash that killed all seven people aboard, including Philadelphia Inquirer co owner Lewis Katz, provided some of the first clues as investigators began piecing together what went wrong during the attempted takeoff from a runway surrounded by woods outside Boston.
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A public memorial service is planned Wednesday at Temple University for Katz, a 1963 graduate of the university and a major donor.
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