Airport Executive Director Resigns

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The head of Terre Haute International Airport-Hulman Field has stepped down. Bill McKown served as executive director since 2012. Members of the board of directors say they are "very supportive" of the decision and are expected to announce a new leadership plan next week. February 6, 2014

News Release

TERRA HAUTE, Ind. - Clarence W. "Bill" McKown has notified the Terre Haute International Airport Authority that he will be resigning from his position as Executive Director, effective immediately. McKown stepped into the executive director's position in May of 2012, having spent time as the airport manager for Archuleta County Airport in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, prior to his move to Terre Haute. He retired as a Captain from the U.S. Navy in 2007, after 35 years of service to our country.

The Terre Haute International Airport Authority Board of Directors will announce a new leadership plan by the end of next week. The staff and the board are very supportive of McKown's decision, and will continue to support the airport and the Terre Haute community through this transition.

Source: The Terre Haute International Airport Authority