Clay Lacy and Don Spruston are to be honoured by NBAA

Terry Spruce

The National Business Aviation Association
(NBAA) has announced that Clay Lacy will receive the 2011 NBAA Meritorious
Service to Aviation Award and international business aviation pioneer Don
Spruston will receive the 2011 NBAA John P. “Jack” Doswell Award.

The Meritorious Service to Aviation Award is
NBAA’s most distinguished honour, presented annually to an individual who, by
virtue of a lifetime of personal dedication, has made significant, identifiable
contributions that have materially advanced aviation interests. The Doswell
Award is granted for lifelong individual achievement on behalf of and in
support of the aims, goals and objectives of business aviation.

“NBAA is proud to recognize these two
outstanding leaders in the business aviation community for their lifelong
service and invaluable contributions to the industry,” said NBAA president
and chief executive Ed Bolen.

Lacy and Spruston will receive their awards
during NBAA’s 64th Annual Meeting & Convention, to be held from 10 to 12
October in Las Vegas
at the Las Vegas Convention
Centre and Henderson
Executive Airport. 


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