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President and creator of the Finney Hospitality Group, which runs the eateries Social Cantina and The Tap, was killed in the plane crash in Shelby County

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Fairland, Indiana – The president and creator of Finney Hospitality Group, which oversees a number of restaurants in Central Indiana, including Social Cantina and The Tap, was verified to have perished in last week’s Shelby County plane disaster, according to an official statement from the company.

The hospitality group identified Nathan Finney as one of the casualties in the statement.

In it, the group shared his impact on the company: His vision, dedication, and leadership have been instrumental in shaping Finney Hospitality Hospitality Group into the thriving enterprise it it today.

The Shelbyville Fire Department and a number of other fire and police departments received reports of a windshield collision on November 22 at approximately 4:50 p.m. in Fairland, at the 6000 block of N. 325 W., which is approximately one mile north of Interstate 74.

Additionally responding to the incident were Indiana State Police and the Federal Aviation Administration.

ISP acknowledged that two persons had been discovered dead in the wreckage but stated it was unable to find any survivors.

Finney has now been identified as one victim.

The aircraft went down in Shelby County, not far from Shelbyville Municipal Airport.

The Finney Hospitality Group would like to send its condolences to Finney’s loved ones, friends, and family. It acknowledged his influence on the company as well as the people who were lucky enough to know him.

The press statement also stated that more details regarding the founder’s Celebration of Life and opportunities for the community to honor his achievements would be made available.

 

 

 

 

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