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Deimer Named International Aerobatic Club Manager

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. - (Feb. 17, 2009) — Patricia “Trish” Deimer has been named as manager of the International Aerobatic Club, a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association for those with a special interest in aerobatic flight and competition. Deimer began her new duties on Feb. 16.

Deimer comes to IAC after serving as Program Manager for the National Association of Flight Instructors since 2004. She first joined the EAA staff in 2001, and has also worked in the EAA AirVenture Museum and with the EAA Young Eagles program.

“Through its own programs and historic relationship with EAA for nearly 40 years, IAC has filled a unique role in the world of aerobatic flight,” IAC president Vicki Cruse said. “Trish has the background in aviation and in specific member programs that will serve the IAC membership very well to meet the many opportunities and challenges in the future.”

Deimer is a member of EAA and Women In Aviation, International, as well as co-owner of a clipped-wing Piper Cub.

IAC is a Division of EAA and the National Aeronautics Association (NAA), serving members with aerobatic interests around the world. IAC is the sole sanctioning authority for aerobatic competition within the United States. It is also the principal aviation organization promoting and encouraging the development of sport aerobatics, providing aerobatic education and information services to its global membership.

EDITOR’S NOTE: High-res photo image of Deimer at http://www.eaa.org/news/2009/images/2009-02-17_deimer.jpg

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