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Piper makes new executive appointment

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 22, 2010

Piper Aircraft has announced that Geoffrey Berger, who is managing director of Imprimis’s Brunei operations, has been appointed as its interim CEO after Kevin J Gould stepped down from the position.

Commenting on the management change, Piper’s chairman and managing partner of Imprimis, Stephen W. Berger said, “Kevin’s leadership, first as VP Operations, then as CEO, served Piper well over the past five years. His tenure at Piper has been marked by a dedication to enhance the owner and pilot experience, his contributions to manufacturing and production excellence, and his overall leadership development – all of which will serve Piper for many years to come.”

Berger’s appointment is only expected to be short term, with the company now embarking on a global search for a permanent CEO.

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Piper makes new executive appointment

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 22, 2010

Piper Aircraft has announced that Geoffrey Berger, who is managing director of Imprimis’s Brunei operations, has been appointed as its interim CEO after Kevin J Gould stepped down from the position.

Commenting on the management change, Piper’s chairman and managing partner of Imprimis, Stephen W. Berger said, “Kevin’s leadership, first as VP Operations, then as CEO, served Piper well over the past five years. His tenure at Piper has been marked by a dedication to enhance the owner and pilot experience, his contributions to manufacturing and production excellence, and his overall leadership development – all of which will serve Piper for many years to come.”

Berger’s appointment is only expected to be short term, with the company now embarking on a global search for a permanent CEO.

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