Crow Executive Air to receive safety award

Staff Writer

Crow Executive Air, based out of Toledo Executive Airport, is receiving the National Business Aviation Association 75-Year Safe Flying Award at this year's Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Orlando, Florida.
The award will be presented Oct. 20.
The NBAA will recognize Crow Executive Air for 75 years of safe operations and accident-free flying while serving the aviation community.
The Flying Safety Awards program was launched in 1953 by the NBAA to promote a culture of safety in business aviation operations.
Crow Executive Air has made aviation its only business, beginning with G-73 Grumman Mallards in 1947.
Crow provided fishing, hunting, camp-in, exploration, and movie making teams with access to remote areas worldwide.
Today, Crow Executive Air is a premier provider of on-demand air charter service tailored for the needs of private travel.
Hubs located in Toledo and Charlotte, North Carolina provide service to destinations along the east coast.

Employee ownership touted
P.T. Services Rehabilitation, a provider of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, athletic training services, wellness/fitness programs, and industrial on-site rehabilitation is celebrating Employee Ownership (EO) Month.
“EO Month is a perfect time to recognize our incredible employee-owners who make our company successful,” said Mark Somodi, CEO and Administrator. “We are proud to be employee owned and are excited for the opportunity to make EO more visible to our customers, business partners, and the Genoa community.”
In 2011, P.T. Services made a change from a privately held company to operating as a 100 percent ESOP corporation. An ESOP, or Employee Stock Ownership Plan, is “very different for health care services,” said Somodi, “and gives employees the ability and capability to own their own business.”


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