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Beth Adams and Democrat & Chronicle Business Reporter Matt Daneman talk about how Buckingham Properties is moving forward after the death of Larry Glazer, and the upcoming job numbers.

A joint project by WXXI and the D&C, video by Todd Clausen, D&C

You can't look at a part of downtown Rochester without seeing how it was affected by Larry and Jane Glazer. They were an important piece to the economic development puzzle of downtown Rochester, but now what happens after their passing? We talk about their impact on downtown and what happens moving forward with the Heidi Zimmer-Meyer, president of the Downtown Rochester Development Corporation.

Beth Adams and Democrat & Chronicle Business Reporter Matt Daneman reflect on the legacy left behind by Larry and Jane Glazer, the economic reach they had in the region, and how their companies move forward.

Video courtesy of the D&C's Todd Clausen and WXXI

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(WXXI News, CNN, AP) The search resumes Saturday morning at daybreak for wreckage of the small plane that was believed to be carrying Larry and Jane Glazer, pillars in the Rochester business and philanthropic community.

They are presumed dead  after their single-engine turbo-prop, a Socata TBM 700  went down just off the coast of Jamaica. 

Jane and Larry Glazer were entrepreneurs. Larry Glazer was well-known as a developer. Jane Glazer was about to be inducted into the Rochester Business Hall of Fame. They were also well-known local philanthropists. 

WXXI President and CEO Norm Silverstein interviewed the Glazers for the television program Norm & Company. This half hour program chronicles the Glazers' early lives, their careers and their commitment to the Rochester community.

Statements on Larry and Jane Glazer

Sep 5, 2014

Here are statements of condolence regarding the death of Larry and Jane Glazer:

Governor Andrew Cuomo:

“I join the residents of Rochester during this difficult week in mourning the loss of Larry and Jane Glazer in today’s tragic plane crash. The Glazers were innovative and generous people who were committed to revitalizing downtown Rochester and making the city they loved a better place for all. I offer my deepest condolences to the Glazers’ family and friends during this difficult and trying time.”

STATEMENT FROM MAYOR LOVELY A. WARREN AND CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT LORETTA SCOTT

"The City of Rochester has lost two heroes.  Just as we are struggling to cope with the tragic loss of Officer Daryl Pierson, we are shocked to learn of the death of the father of Downtown Development, Larry Glazer and his wife Jane.