When art collectors or enthusiasts call Galerie Cavu in Piermont, the phone rings through to an answering machine.
"Hi, it's Keith. I'm unable to take your call right now," the message states.
Keith Weiner, 63, is in a heavily-wooded area in Armonk. He made his home in Manhattan, and owned Galerie Cavu on Piermont's Roundhouse Road. The gallery draws its name from an aviation term used to describe fair weather.
Weiner's parents, Pearl River residents, helped operate the small art shop.
The fatal crash also claimed the lives of Weiner's 51-year-old wife Lisa, their 14-year-old daughter Isabel and her 14-year-old friend Lucy Walsh. The foursome had departed Westchester County Airport and were headed to Montauk.
The crash—which occurred at approximately 1 p.m.—; Keith Weiner was known as a competent and prepared pilot. He frequently checked and inspected his single-engine aircraft said Helen Gil, a manager at Montauk Airport.
Currently, Galerie Cavu is closed and flowers sit outside the entrance, paying tribute to the Weiner family.