Aircraft Propeller Service (APS) Vice President of Sales and Marketing Dennis Santare Named to the Board of the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Aircraft Propeller Service (APS) Vice President of Sales and Marketing Dennis Santare Named to the Board of the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Aircraft Propeller Service (APS) Vice President of Sales and Marketing Dennis Santare Named to the Board of the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Aircraft Propeller Service, LLC (APS, www.aircraftpropeller.com, Lake Zurich, IL), a global leader in aircraft propeller maintenance services, announces that its vice president of Sales and Marketing, Dennis Santare, has been named to the board of directors of the Cradle of Aviation Museum (www.cradleofaviation.org, Garden City, NY), an aviation and spaceflight museum commemorating Long Island’s significant contributions to aerospace, science and technology.

At APS, Dennis leads the company’s global sales, customer service, order management, marketing, media relations and strategy. He has over 17 years of aviation experience, including 10 years as an F/A-18 aviator and maintenance officer in the US Marine Corps. He was initially tasked with leading Marines assigned to squadron airframe maintenance and quality assurance. In addition to maintenance assignments, he became an aviation safety officer and incident investigator then shifted focus to become an aircrew training officer. After a career that saw multiple foreign deployments, two combat tours in Iraq, and graduation from the US Navy’s Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN), Dennis joined the business world as an aviation consultant with Oliver Wyman’s New York office. In 2010, he joined AAR Corp., a global aviation services company, where he served for five years in various sales, customer service, and strategic management roles. Most recently, Dennis served as vice president of Business Development for AAR’s aircraft component repair businesses.

Dennis is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he majored in Control Systems Engineering. After his military career, Dennis earned an MBA with a Finance concentration from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

He resides in Garden City, NY.

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