The very sad news of the death of Sagami founder Stéphane Roy and his 14-year-old son Justin reached us.
After more than two weeks of searching, on Thursday last week the provincial police found the bodies of Stéphane Roy and his son Justin and the helicopter Roy was last seen piloting on July 10.
In a tweet just before 4 p.m. the Sûreté du Québec said a ground team sent to the spot where an SQ helicopter searching for the pair located Roy's downed aircraft earlier that day also found two lifeless bodies.
Roy is the founder and owner of Serres Sagami, a company based in Sainte-Sophie, Que., which sells greenhouse-grown tomatoes under the Savoura label and other produce and was a valuable and appreciated relation of Havecon.
Our hearts go out to their family and loved ones. We wish them the strenght to carry this big loss and want to let them know we are keeping them in our thoughts.
Management and staff of Havecon Horticultural Projects