AOPA's Craig Fuller to step down

02/28/2013 | AOPA Online

AOPA President Craig Fuller made a five-year commitment when he took office Jan. 1, 2009. As that commitment comes to an end, he announced to AOPA's Board of Trustees that he will step down after his successor is found and is ready to assume the role. "The process of finding a new leader can now go forward as all of us at AOPA roll up our sleeves to fight the day-to-day battles that seem to keep coming our way," said Fuller. "The team will not miss a beat this year as we lay the groundwork for the future."

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