Elliott Aviation announces new Maintenance Services Supervisors


Elliott Aviation hangar

Elliott Aviation recently welcomed Michael Frazier to its Moline facility as King Air Service Supervisor. Frazier has been in the aviation industry for 33 years, working as Crew Chief, Lead Mechanic, Line Lead, and Maintenance Supervisor. His time in aviation has include work on many aircraft including C141B C5A/B, DHC-7, RC-12, UH-60 M/K/R, 1900D, T-45 Goshawks, Thrush S2R-660 & AT-802i BPA, and BAE-147 large air tankers. Michael has his A&P License, as well as his IA and FCC Certifications.

Elliott Aviation’s Director of Maintenance Services, Bryan Bell, stated, “I am excited to welcome Michael to the team, his experience working on King Airs and leadership knowledge will help our team to expand their knowledge and help them to achieve great things in years to come.”

Outside of aviation, Michael is likely to be found working on cars, working out, spending time outdoors, being with his family, and traveling. Elliott Aviation is excited to have him join the Moline Team.

Elliott Aviation would like to congratulate Mike Stamm on his promotion to Jet Center Service Supervisor. His journey is aviation began in the Marine Corp as a mechanic 16 years ago. Mike has experience on piston aircraft and Enstrom helicopters, but most recently worked on Falcon and Gulfstream airframes. “Mike was a key team member as a technician, a Crew Chief, and now as the Jet Service Supervisor,” says Bell, “I know he will be a great leader because of his work ethic, the respect he has earned from the technicians on his team, and his attention to detail.”

Mike’s approach to leadership includes learning from the wisdom of other leaders, such as Henry Ford who said, “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

When he is not working on aircraft, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, camping, swimming, running, or doing other outdoor activities.