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What Presence! Embry-Riddle alumni put their degrees to use at some of the most successful and prestigious aviation and aerospace companies worldwide By Adam Klawonn Photograph by Gail Hanusa, Boeing Photographer The Boeing Company employs nearly 4,000 alumni. Pictured above with a 787 Dreamliner in the final stage of assembly are roughly 250 of them. Leading the pack, from left on the air stairs, are Brian Hoefig (’86, DB; ’97, ’98, WW), quality assurance director at the 737 Delivery Center; Bob Manelski (’84, ’87, DB), director of Electrical Systems Responsibility Center, BCA Fabrication; Wayne Brown (’91, WW), director of operations for commercial airplanes manufacturing and quality; and Dennis Hicks (’82, PC; ’85, WW), business director of services and sales. he list of companies that employ Embry-Riddle alumni reads like a who’s who of the aviation and aerospace industries. Businesses with a long tradition in supplying and maintaining aircraft and aircraft systems and developing and supporting national defense and space exploration recognize the value of an Eagle. Following is a snapshot of how Embry-Riddle alumni are shaping different facets of the industry. WWW.ERAUALUMNI.ORG FALL 2012 LIFT 13 http://WWW.ERAUALUMNI.ORG

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Lift - Fall 2012

Lift - Fall 2012
Letter from the President
Wings of Legacy
Flight Path
Moving Mountains
Carving New Ventures
What Presence!
Releasing the Dragon
Giving to Embry-Riddle
Alumni in Action
Alumni News
Class Notes

Lift - Fall 2012