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Sun, Jul 27, 2008

Upgraded! Cessna Names Bill Collier VP For Citation Parts Distribution

Joined Citation Team In 2005 As Sales, Marketing Director

Cessna Aircraft Company announced Thursday the promotion of Bill Collier to vice president, Citation Parts Distribution.

Collier will manage the global spare parts support and distribution functions, the administration of Citation aircraft warranty, the sale and administration of direct operating cost programs (Citation ProAdvantage programs) and the negotiation and management of Product Support Agreements with the Citation supply partners. He will report to Mark Paolucci, senior vice president, Customer Service, and will be based at the company's headquarters in Wichita.

"Bill has a diverse background in aviation aftermarket support and a strong focus on customer satisfaction," Paolucci said. "I'm excited to have Bill as part of my leadership team. His expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction are critical as we provide parts support to our customers around the globe."

Collier joined Cessna in 2005 as director of Sales and Marketing at Citation Parts Distribution. Prior to joining to Cessna, Collier held leadership positions with Air Services International in Arizona and with Rolls-Royce Corporation in Indiana and California.

Collier holds both a bachelor's degree in Business from Indiana University as well as a MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. He holds a green belt certification in Textron's Six Sigma program.

FMI: www.cessna.com

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