Edward Swearingen died May 15 as a result of complications from hip surgery, which was compounded by Parkinson’s Disease.
“We have lift-off on our cross-country journey to let America know about the work of volunteer pilots. The 2014 Endeavor Awards is the first leg on this journey to tell the stories of saving and improving lives through the gift of flight,” said Mark Wolper, president and executive producer of The Wolper Organization at Warner Bros. and chair of the Endeavor Awards Host Committee.
OLD LYME, Conn. – Aviation headset manufacturer Sennheiser has centralized its aviation-related sales force within the Sennheiser Group to create a single, global sales team.
Kirby V. Ortega, who was chief pilot at the Cessna Aircraft Company for more than 30 years before retiring, was named to the NAFI Flight Instructor Hall of Fame at the NAFI members’ dinner at Sun ‘n Fun.
Sennheiser has centralized its aviation-related sales force within the Sennheiser Group to create a single, global sales team.
BIG LAKE, Alaska — Daniel Garrett has joined the engineering department of Airforms, Inc., as a Senior Engineer and FAA DER (Designated Engineering Representative).
William A. Hamilton, Ph.D., will be inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame during a ceremony on April 24, 2014, at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma.
The citation that will be displayed in the Hall, along with a photo of Dr. Hamilton, will read as follows:
SOUTH SAINT PAUL, Minn. — Wipaire, Inc. has named new leaders to its engineering and manufacturing management. Tim Hendrickson was appointed Wipaire’s new director of manufacturing, while Chris Woken was named engineering manager.
Craig Fuller, former Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) President and CEO, has joined the board of directors of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation.