Mark Paolucci announces retirement
Tim White and Trevor Esling are promoted to vice president and the sales areas will be divided, White will lead the sales force in North America, Central and South America, Esling the sales force in Europe, Russia, Africa, Middle East, India, Asia Pacific and China
Cessna Aircraft Company has
announced that Mark Paolucci, senior vice president, sales, will retire at the
end of the year after 32 years with Cessna.
“Throughout Mark’s career, he has been an instrumental part of our sales
and customer service leadership, providing valuable guidance through the highs
and lows of our industry. At every level, Mark has refined our customer service
culture within Sales and motivated his teams to consistently achieve results,”
said Scott Ernest, Cessna president and chief executive officer “We are
thankful for Mark’s numerous and substantial contributions throughout his
career with Cessna and wish him all the best in retirement.”
As a result of Paolucci’s retirement, Cessna’s sales leadership will be divided
into the western and eastern hemispheres. Tim White has been promoted to vice
president, Sales-the Americas.
White will lead the sales force in North America, Central America and South America.
A graduate of the University
of Missouri, White is an
active licensed pilot with a Citation type rating. He is based at Cessna’s Wichita headquarters.
Trevor Esling has been promoted to vice president, Sales for EMAA (Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia). Trevor will lead the
sales force in Europe, Russia,
Africa, Middle East, India,
Asia Pacific and China.
With a degree in Economics from Lancaster University (UK), Esling started his
career with British Aerospace PLC and joined the Cessna Citation sales team in
1995. Esling is based at Cessna’s European office in Farnborough in Great Britain.
“Tim and Trevor possess strong leadership skills, are well respected in
the industry and have a proven record of building a collaborative environment.
Both will continue to help the company grow established and emerging
markets,” said Ernest.