AAR Appoints Timothy J. Romenesko Vice Chairman
August 26, 2015
Company veteran continues in role as Chief Operating Officer of Expeditionary Services
WOOD DALE, Illinois, August 26, 2015 – AAR (NYSE: AIR) today announced that Timothy J. Romenesko has been appointed Vice Chairman. Romenesko will also continue in his role as Chief Operating Officer of the Expeditionary Services segment at AAR, which is comprised of Airlift and Mobility Systems, and as strategic advisor to the chairman and CEO.
This change is part of AAR’s strategic positioning initiative following the successful sale of the Company's cargo businesses, in which Romenesko played a critical role.
Romenesko, who began his career at AAR in 1981, served as Chief Financial Officer from 1994 to 2007, and President and Chief Operating Officer of AAR CORP., from 2007 to the present. He is a member of AAR’s board of directors.
As part of this transition, David P. Storch, AAR's Chairman and CEO, will assume the title and responsibilities of President.
"Tim has been a significant and steady contributor and a true partner in the success of AAR,” said Storch. “I am very appreciative of Tim's hard work and support, and we both look forward to AAR's next chapter.”
AAR is a global aerospace and defense aftermarket solutions company that employs in over 20 countries. Headquartered in the Chicago area, AAR supports commercial and government customers through two operating segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services.AAR’s Aviation Services include Parts Supply; OEM Solutions; Integrated Solutions; and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Services. AAR’s Expeditionary Services include Mobility Systems and Composite Manufacturing operations. Additional information can be found at www.aarcorp.com.
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