The IMC Clubs has appointed Joe Brown, president and chief operating officer of Hartzell Propellers, to its board of directors.
Brown was chosen to provide his expertise to help with club development, officials said. Board meetings take place at Norwood Airport (Norwood, MA) quarterly and are held at the IMC Club International corporate offices.
He is a 1,700-hour instrument rated pilot who flies a SR22 and TBM 700/850. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Middlebury College. He joined Hartzell Propeller immediately after his graduation from college in 1990. He trained in several departments and became an assistant to the vice president of manufacturing. In 1995 he became vice president of manufacturing and in 2000 became co-president of the company with his brother, Jim. In 2007, Joe assumed the role of president of Hartzell Propeller. He is also a Lifetime Member of the IMC Club.
“I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to Hartzell Propeller’s President Joe Brown for accepting our invitation to provide his expertise for our rapidly growing organization. It will allow us to focus even more on growth and further development of the Club for the benefit and safety of general aviation,” said Radek Wyrzykowski, president of the IMC Club International.
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