Updated 08/20/2012 01:15 PM
Calling hours for plane crash victim
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LANSINGBURGH, N.Y. -- Calling hours will be held today for the victim of last week's plane crash in Saratoga County.
Walter Uccellini, 67, of Albany was killed in the crash. Uccellini was the founder of United Group, an organization that has built a number of college dorms upstate.
Calling hours are from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the McLoughlin and Mason Funeral Home in Lansingburgh. Uccellini will be buried Tuesday in Troy.
The plane went down in the front yard of a home on Van Vranken Road in Vischer Ferry last Wednesday, shortly after the taking off from Albany International Airport.
The pilot, James Quinn of Westerlo, remains in critical condition at Albany Medical Center. Quinn serves as United Group's vice chairman.
Officials believe engine problems are to blame, but the crash remains under investigation.