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Airport Operations

Participation Drive
19 Donors
63%
Towards goal of 30 Donors
$3,850.00 Raised
Project has ended
Project ended on September 03, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners
Rank State Gifts
1 OH 15
2 NC 1
2 KY 1

Robert S

Martin

$100

Aug 31, 2021

Matthew

Friesner

Aug 25, 2021

Shawn

Wirick

$50

Aug 24, 2021

Joan

Mace

$300

Aug 23, 2021

Vicki

Smith

$50

Aug 23, 2021

Stephen

Zuniga

Aug 22, 2021

Jimmy

Gartman

Aug 22, 2021

Dave

Samuels

$100

Aug 20, 2021

Tom

Jones

$300

Aug 20, 2021

Richard

Becknell

$1,000

Aug 19, 2021

Thomas

Zahler

$100

Aug 19, 2021

DJ

Wilson

Aug 19, 2021

Barb

Bartch

$100

Aug 12, 2021

Samuel

Eliason

$50

Aug 11, 2021

Phil Yoder

In Honor of Joan Mace

$1,000

Aug 11, 2021

Ronald

Sicker

Aug 11, 2021

Debbie Burke - BSChE 1985

In Honor of Russ Deans, Robe and Irwin

$50

Aug 11, 2021

Todd McGuire

In Honor of Civilian and Military Aircraft Mechanics

$100

Aug 11, 2021

Tanyah Stone

In Honor of Joan Mace -an aviation pioneer & true friend to the Russ College of Engineering & Tech

$100

Aug 11, 2021
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$50

Van Graas

Frank van Graas has been involved with satellite-based navigation research since 1984, in addition to many other positioning and timing technologies. He is a principal investigator with OHIO's Avionics Engineering Center, director of the Consortium of Ohio Universities on Navigation and Timekeeping (COUNT), a past president of the US Institute of Navigation (ION), and a fellow of the ION.

$100

Mace

Joan E. Mace, AA ’73, BGS ’78 began her career in aviation in 1942 building Helldiver aircraft for the Navy during World War II. Pursuing her passion for flying, she became one of the first instructors for Ohio University’s flight instruction program in 1963. Twenty years later, she was named department chair, becoming the first woman to head the aviation department.

$300

Bush

The Ohio University Airport was named in honor of Gordon K. Bush, a pioneer in Athens aviation, who served six terms as a member of the board of trustees of Ohio University (1930-1963), and was publisher of the Athens Messenger (1929-1965).