Cessna Aircraftâ€™s executive suite is losing another denizen. Robert Stangarone, the airframerâ€™s vice president of communications, has submitted his resignation. Stangarone joined Cessna six years ago at the invitation of then-Chairman/President/CEO Jack Pelton, with whom he had worked at Fairchild Dornier in Germany. At Cessna, in addition to overseeing its communications efforts, he served as a close advisor to Pelton, and they traveled together frequently. Pelton officially retired from ...
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