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Wood bring compliance knowledge to GM role at Stevens
Dendall Wood joined Stevens in 2005 as a quality assurance inspector and spent time at Greenville, South Carolina, at Donaldson Field. His attention to detail and compliance knowledge will serve him well in a new role.
Dendall Wood is known for his leadership skills and customer service savvy.

Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems has appointed Dendall Wood as general manager of its mobile aircraft maintenance division. Wood joined Stevens in 2005 as a quality assurance inspector, then was promoted to accountable manager/chief inspector at the company's Greenville-Spartanburg International airport location in South Carolina. He holds an Airframe & Powerplant mechanic certificate with inspection authorisation, previously owned an aircraft maintenance company and most recently held the position of chief inspector/accountable manager at Stevens' Greenville, South Carolina, location at Donaldson Field.

Stevens' mobile aircraft maintenance division consists of a growing fleet of mobile service vehicles and technicians located throughout the US. Locations are shifted throughout the year to adjust for seasonality in markets and large scale events.

“Dendall's extensive background in aircraft maintenance, quality assurance and the associated regulatory compliance is well-suited for him to lead this segment of our business,” says Christian Sasfai, president. “His attention to detail and leadership style will ensure that this ever-growing team continues to provide an outstanding level of service to aircraft operators, wherever they may need our mobile maintenance services.”

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