Graphic Design Pioneer Margo Chase Dies in Plane Crash

Graphic Design Pioneer Margo Chase Dies in Plane Crash

Prominent graphic designer Margo Chase was killed when her private plane crashed in Apple Valley Saturday afternoon. Chase had just taken off in her Panzl Aerobatic Airplane around 2:17 p.m. when the plane went down. Authorities say she died upon impact.

Margo Chase Leaves Behind Design Legacy

Chase was a pioneer in the graphic design industry who has done work for many well-known companies, including PepsiCo, Nestle, Campbell Soup and Target. She has also designed logos for television shows and album art for singers like Cher and Selena. She founded her design company Chase Design Group in 1986. For years, Chase has been a major influence in the design world.

The Federal Aviation Museum and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are still working together to determine what caused the crash. Family and friends say Chase was an skilled aviator who saw flying as an extension of her art.

“Our condolences go out to Margo Chase’s family and friends after this tragic loss,” said Attorney Walter Clark, founder of Walter Clark Legal Group.

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