Wadick Chomyszyn, CEO of SGI Aviation, has died
SGI Aviation pays tribute to its late CEO, Wadick Chomyszyn.
Wadick Chomyszyn, CEO of SGI Aviation, has sadly passed away from a heart attack, suffered while on holiday in Spain on 1 August 2014.
Headquartered in the Netherlands, SGI Aviation is an independent advisor to the aviation industry. In 2012, the company formed a partnership with the States of Guernsey to launch a aircraft registry, which is now better known as 2-REG.
Chomyszyn joined SGI Aviation in 2007 and took on the role of CEO in April 2010. His first foray into the aviation industry came in 1986 when he worked as a foreman and then shift leader for Transavia, a low-cost airline in the Netherlands.
Chomyszyn was also a husband, father and grandfather.
A statement on the SGI Aviation website says: “He will be remembered for his thoughtful leadership and his caring approach. Wadick has been instrumental in the development of SGI, and we are seeing the tremendous difference his leadership has made at the core of these developments.
“Knowing Wadick personally, as many of you did,. we are well aware of the difference he has made in the lives of many people.”
SGI Aviation is asking anybody who knew Chomyszyn to share their thoughts, memories or condolences by e-mailing: [email protected]