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Pilot killed in plane crash a beloved USF professor, friends say

Pilot killed in plane crash a beloved USF professor, friends say In the hours after William Sachs Goldman died in a small plane crash that also injured his two children and their nanny, he was widely remembered as much more than just the grandson of prominent San Francisco philanthropists. Bill, the assistant professor who livened up staff meetings at the University of San Francisco with his garrulous laugh.
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