The 2013 Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame

Honoring the class of 2013
October 26 at 7PM

Suzanne Guy Alexander
Suzanne devoted over 30 years supporting aviation in the FAA. Her responsibility included ore than 200 air traffic control towers and Tracon’s including NY, DC and the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta, GA.

Dr. George M. Gumbert Jr.,
A physician who has a love of flying and an interest in aviation history. George, threw his continued commitment in both time and financially was instrumental in building the Museum and the Hall of Fame to what it is today.

G. Scott Hubbard
Scott was NASA’s manager for the highly successful Lunar Prospector Mission, and conceived the Mars Pathfinder mission. He became known as NASA’s Mars Czar as first Mars program director.

Sgt. George Elmer Larkin Jr.
Sgt. Larkin was one of eighty airmen to volunteer for an unknown mission which later became known as the Doolittle Raid and was the first Kentuckian to participate in the bombing of an enemy capital and was awarded a $100 war bond.

The 2013 Aviation Achievement Award will be presented to
The Kentucky Institute for Aerospace Education An organization devoted to improve STEM learning in Kentucky.


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You will be able to order and pay for your tickets using your credit card.

Revised Date : Tickets may be purchased online until October 22, 2013. No refunds will be offered after October 15, 2013.

Black Tie Optional
Meal catered by South-Van Events of Lexington
Cocktail Hour - 6 to 7pm (Open Bar)
Dinner 7-8:15 pm
Program 8:15 to 10PM
$95 AMK Members Members of the museum are eligible for a discounted tickets to the Hall of Fame event as part of their membership benefits.
$110 Tickets (Individual) Tickets open to the general public.
$1000 Table Table of eight, includes program recognition and priority seating.

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