Missing Plane in Wyoming: Luke Bucklin and His 3 Children Missing
The Plane, Piloted By Luke Bucklin, Has Been Missing Since it Left Wyoming on Monday
He had his three children on board, but due to bad weather in the region the search had to be delayed according to a note from Nerdery Interactive Labs Chief Financial Officer Mike Derheim.
"We know that search efforts have been hindered by bad weather and that it has only recently cleared enough for planes and hikers to conduct a search," Derheim wrote.
According to the publication, Luke's wife Ginger wrote on the family's blog that her husband and three children, Nick, Nate and Noah, were returning from their Jackson Hole vacation, and they lost contact with the plane over the mountains.
The plane was reportedly traveling from Jackson Hole to Pierre South Dakota and every airstrip in the region has been notified of the missing aircraft.
Derheim added in his note to employees: "You all know Luke as perhaps the most approachable, affable executive the world as ever known. He's been an open communicator in good times and bad times. I'm trying my best to follow his lead in that regard today."