Meet Our Team

"Great group of people here! Called the day before to inform them that I would be stopping there for a quick turnaround. The CSR was very informative and helpful! Thank you and keep up the good work!”       5-star customer testimonial

Tony holds a fuel certificate in supervisor, professional line service training from NATA Safety 1st. Prior to CRAA, he was enlisted in the United States Air Force for nine years, assigned to civil engineering as a liquid fuels maintenance craftsman.

Mark started pilot training in high school and worked at the FBO in Airlake Airport in Lakeville, Minnesota. He completed an internship with a corporate flight department, flying a King Air 300 as copilot, and then had an operations internship in Northwest Airlines. At their Minneapolis headquarters, Mark worked in pilot training for B727, B747-200 and B747-400. He went on to become operations supervisor at Tweed New Haven Airport in Connecticut. His pilot credentials include private, instrument rated and experience in commercial and corporate aircraft. He is certified in AAAE ACE in aviation security, NATA trained in fuel safety, holds a loader certificate from Cathay Pacific, and is a certified trainer and station leader for Allegiant Air at Rickenbacker.


Danielle first served as a customer service agent, then as a ground operation agent and ground security coordinator for passenger aircraft. After serving as FBO administrator, she was hired for her current role in 2015.


Brian has many training certificates from FedEx, Mountain Air, UPS, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad, Kalitta and Allegiant. OSHA-certified as a forklift trainer, Brian also maintains Rickenbacker Aviation’s fuel trucks and jet fuel quality control practices and participates in fuel audits from all of the FBO vendors. Brian started his aviation career with Evergreen Eagle and became a supervisor, then was the station manager for Worldwide Flight Services. He then joined the Columbus Regional Airport Authority and Tailored Management, and was hired for his current role in 2016.


Greg has been with the Columbus Regional Airport Authority for 12 years and previously worked for another airport for a year and a half. An FAA licensed private pilot, Greg also has his NATA Safety 1st fuel training certificate.