Wed, Nov 24, 2004
Joins ARSA As Vice President For Operations
The Aeronautical Repair Station
Association (ARSA) says Paul Hawthorne, an aviation industry
veteran of 27 years, has joined the Association's staff as Vice
President for Operations.
Paul joins ARSA from Messier Services, the international
maintenance, repair and overhaul services provider, where he was
Vice President, Quality Assurance. His experience includes quality
management positions at an aircraft manufacturer, major air
carriers and parts distribution companies. Paul is a certificated
airframe and powerplant mechanic and private pilot.
Marshall Filler, ARSA Managing Director and General Counsel,
said that "Paul's diverse experience in the industry, and his
extensive background as a manager, director and vice president,
will serve the Association well in the years ahead."
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