Coe to Retire from Assistant Executive Director post



The Savannah Airport Commission recently announced that Daniel J. Coe, Jr., Assistant Executive Director, will retire from the Commission on March 1, 2009.

Coe’s career in airport management spans over 25 years and has included several positions within the Commission. He was hired by the Commission in August 1983 as an Intern/Administrative Assistant (Operations).

He was then promoted to Deputy Director Operations/Security in January 1986. Several title changes transpired through the next ten years, including Director of Administration and Deputy Executive Director.

He has served the last thirteen years as Assistant Executive Director and Assistant Secretary of the Commission. “I am proud of my service at the Savannah Airport Commission and have been honored to be a part of its activities for 25+ years and especially to have been the Assistant Executive Director.

I deeply value the relationships I have developed in the aviation industry and wish the Airport Commission, the many tenants and customers that I dealt with on a daily basis, and all the Airport employees whom I have had the privilege of serving with over my twenty-five years continued success in providing a great level of customer service to the traveling public.”

Mr. Coe has distinguished himself through membership and offices held in the Georgia Airports Association, the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, The Kiwanis Club and Leadership Savannah.

Patrick S. Graham, Executive Director of the Commission, stated, “Dan has been an instrumental part of our growth and success during his tenure.

During his employment with the Commission, Dan Coe demonstrated exemplary leadership and has made numerous contributions towards the development of the Airport.

As stated earlier, Dan started as an Intern over 25 years ago and throughout the years, we have worked side by side to ensure that the Airport provides first-class service to our customers, tenants and employees.

Dan has made many major contributions to the Airport and his expertise and advice will be truly missed.”


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