Tue, Aug 24, 2004
Continued Turbulence At Air Advocacy Organization
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) announced
Monday that NBAA Senior Vice President, Operations Robert P. Blouin
will resign effective August 31, 2004.
"Bob has made enormous contributions to NBAA and the business
aviation community in his seven years with the Association," said
Don Baldwin, NBAA Board of Directors chairman and interim president
and CEO. "We are sorry to see Bob leave, but we wish him all the
best in his new endeavors."
Jay Evans, NBAA director, operations, will serve as acting vice
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