Gary Hay, vice chairman of Cessna Aircraft, will assume responsibility for engine manufacturer Textron Lycoming in Williamsport, Pa., and McCauley Propeller Systems in Dayton, Ohio, effective Jan. 1, the latest step in a succession plan that is expected to see Hay replace Chairman Russ Meyer as chief executive next year (BA, Dec. 11, 1995/251). Hay, who joined Cessna in 1966, will continue to direct Cessna's new single-engine aircraft business in Independence, Kan., as well as ...

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