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September 18, 1990 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former World Airways chief executive Richard M. Janisse on Monday was named president and chief executive of expansion-minded Martin Aviation, an arm of developer William Lyon's growing aviation service business. Janisse, 41, replaces Marvin Tuomala, a Martin employee for 14 years and president since 1986. In a prepared statement, Martin Aviation said Tuomala resigned last week "to pursue other business interests."
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September 18, 1990 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former World Airways chief executive Richard M. Janisse on Monday was named president and chief executive of expansion-minded Martin Aviation, an arm of developer William Lyon's growing aviation service business. Janisse, 41, replaces Marvin Tuomala, a Martin employee for 14 years and president since 1986. In a prepared statement, Martin Aviation said Tuomala resigned last week "to pursue other business interests."
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December 21, 1993
Richard M. Janisse voluntarily resigned as president of Martin Aviation last week, the company said Monday, adding that owner William Lyon has become president and CEO of the small-plane services company. Janisse had been president of the company, based at John Wayne Airport, for three years. Lyon, a local home builder, is owner of Air/Lyon Inc., parent company of Martin Aviation.
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November 8, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"If I could win the Lotto," 71-year-old Bert Shepard mused as he awaited Thursday's big takeoff at John Wayne Airport, "I'd buy myself a P-38, then I'd go someplace where there's no flight regulations, and then I'd put on the damnedest show you'd ever see." All this from a man who nearly lost his life--and did in fact lose the lower half of his leg--in a P-38 Lightning fighter plane when he was shot down over Germany in World War II. Its crashes were many.
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