Gulfstream's Moss stays, Walker walks

Aviation International News » May 2002
May 15, 2008, 11:34 AM

Bryan Moss, 61, who planned to retire this month after six years as Gulfstream vice chairman, will be staying for a little while longer. Gulfstream president Bill Boisture asked Moss to postpone his retirement plans, announced earlier this year, and remain vice chairman indefinitely. A Gulfstream spokesman said Moss’ staying has “no connection” with the surprise resignation of senior v-p of worldwide sales Joe Walker. Walker joined Gulfstream in 1995 from Cessna, where he was v-p of worldwide sales. No replacement had been named at press time. Gulfstream would not release information as to why Walker suddenly decided to leave. Walker was unavailable for comment at press time.

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