Aerospace Industry Vet Gary Tenison to Join Triumph Group as Business Devt VP

Gary Tenison

Gary Tenison, formerly vice president of marketing and business development at Kaman‘s (NYSE: KAMN) aerospace group, will officially join Triumph Group on Feb. 13 as VP of business development.

Triumph said Wednesday that Tenison will bring to the company more than 30 years of aerospace industry experience.

“Gary will accelerate the critical work already underway to grow our pipeline and improve new business capture for the company,” said Triumph President and CEO Dan Crowley.

Tenison previously oversaw Kaman’s BD process restructuring initiative that aimed to help the aircraft systems manufacturing firm implement a focused approach for new opportunities and increase its market visibility and competitiveness.

He led the sales organization at Eaton (NYSE: ETN) for eight years and implemented various approaches intended to help the power management company identify business pursuits, build capture strategies and carry out sales campaigns.

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