Mon, Jan 26, 2004
Keystone Helicopter Promotes Peter Wright Jr. to Vice
Keystone Helicopter, a venerable provider of helicopter services
for 50 years, has promoted Peter Wright Jr. to the position of Vice
Chairman. Wright began his career at Keystone Helicopter
Corporation in 1968, shortly after graduating from Hobart College.
He was appointed secretary/treasurer in 1970, vice president in
1973 and president in 1985.
In recognition of Wright's dedication and leadership, Steve
Townes, CEO of Keystone Helicopter and founder of Ranger Aerospace,
presented the new vice chairman with the Keystone Helicopter
Leadership Award at the company's gala holiday party on December
13. In so doing, Townes said: "Under Peter's leadership over the
last 35 years, Keystone Helicopter has grown into one of the
largest and best known helicopter service companies in the
industry, with more than 475 employees and four operating
divisions. We are pleased to honor him as he takes on his new role
within the Keystone Helicopter organization."
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