Fri, Jan 30, 2004
New Position Created At Company
On Wednesday, Cessna
Aircraft Company has named Don Beverlin as Vice President, Supply
In this newly created position, Beverlin is responsible for
material price variance management; supplier relations and
development; strategic sourcing and procurement of propulsion,
avionics, electrical, and major aircraft systems; indirect
materials; and supply chain new programs, policies, processes and
Beverlin will report to Ron Alberti, Senior Vice President,
Integrated Supply Chain.
Beginning his Cessna career in 2000 as a commodity team leader,
Beverlin has held numerous positions at Cessna each with increasing
responsibility. Most recently he served as Director of Strategic
Sourcing for the Systems Commodity Group. Prior to joining Cessna,
Beverlin worked at Honeywell.
Beverlin graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a
B.S. in Physical Science with emphasis in Mechanical Engineering.
He and his wife reside in rural Newton, Kansas. They have two
daughters and two sons.
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