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Men aboard missing plane worked for RMR Mechanical

Dexter Brewer (left) and Gerald Miletello (right). (Photo source: RMRMechanical.com) Dexter Brewer (left) and Gerald Miletello (right). (Photo source: RMRMechanical.com)
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Family members of a missing man, who was on board a plane believed to have crashed in Jackson County, say the plane was headed to Summerville, SC for a business trip. 

Dexter Brewer, from Saucier, is a project manager with RMR Mechanical. Brewer's wife, Tina Cook, told WLOX News the single engine plane took off Monday night from Ruston, LA, then landed at Million Air in Gulfport to pick Brewer up. Cook said the other passenger on board was Gerald Miletello, Vice President of RMR Mechanical. 

According to the company's website, Miletello directs all of the company's field operations. "Over his 35-year career, Gerald has been involved in all phases of industrial construction work, primarily with boilers," the website stated. 

Dexter Brewer also has 35 years of experience in industrial construction, pipe fabrication/installation, boiler inspections & repairs, and maintenance management. According to the website, prior to joining RMR, Dexter was shutdown manager at Georgia Pacific’s Leaf River Cellulose operations.

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