Meet David H. Marion – New Technical Content Editor

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Welcoming David H. Marion As New Technical Content Editor

We are very excited to welcome the newest addition to our editorial team, with the arrival of David H. Marion as Technical Content Editor. This step increases our editorial team to four people. David resides and works in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and is a seasoned A&P and IA with 29 years of experience in aircraft maintenance.  He is also a Commercial Pilot with Airplane, Single & Multi-Engine, and Instrument ratings. He has a BA from Colgate University in 1984 and also graduated cum laude from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (DAB) with a BS in Aviation Technology in 1990.

Because of his experience at Antilles Seaplanes, he is a recognized expert on Grumman and McKinnon G-21 series aircraft and he still consults with Goose owners around the world regarding airworthiness issues with their aircraft.  More recently he has been Director of Maintenance for a Part 141 flight school and Cessna Pilot Center. His ultimate passion, however, has always been and will always be seaplanes.

For the small team at Seaplanemagazine.com this is a big step forward as Dave’s presence allows us to bring you technical and maintenance related topics written by an experienced expert with excellent writing skills. We worked hard to get him here, as Dave has a unique ability to bring light into some of the most complex technical issues.

As fellow Contributing Editor Sky Terry, Chief Editor Chris Buckner and Publisher Jason Baker, we continue to work without set deadlines and welcome writers who wish to share their stories, seaplane and float-plane related news or even run their own column on Waterflying topics. Would you like to be part of our team? If so, you may reach all of us through editor@seaplanemagazine.com.

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3 Comments on "Meet David H. Marion – New Technical Content Editor"

  1. Sky Terry | July 25, 2017 at 9:05 pm |

    Welcome to the team and looking forward to working with you. This is a great magazine and great people to work with. It is truly a pleasure and joy to get the chance to be a part of this group. This magazine is doing a lot of positive good for us out here in the West Coast and aviation as a whole.

  2. Robert P Kittine Jr | July 27, 2017 at 3:09 pm |

    Looking forward to your input here Dave. Still hope we can meet up one of these days on my visits to my Daughter and Grand Daughter in Chapel Hill.

    Best regards for your new position here.

  3. Dave Marion | July 29, 2017 at 2:57 am |

    Thanks very much, Bob!

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