Duncan Aviation has annouced that Todd Shriner has been named a Technical Representative for Bombardier products. In this position, Shriner will provide troubleshooting and technical support for customers who operate Global, Challenger and Learjet aircraft, as well as to company airframe maintenance teams.
Shriner has been a lead mechanic in Duncan Aviation’s airframe department since 2009 and is looking forward to “providing the continued exceptional service our customers have come to expect from our facility.”
Jeremy Rangel, Airframe Manager for Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, location is pleased to have Shriner jump aboard the team. Rangel says, “Todd comes to the Tech Rep team with more than 12 years of Bombarder experience ranging from Learjets to Globals. He has been an instrumental part of our Bombardier program and will continue to be a top tier troubleshooting resource for Duncan Aviation and our customers.”
Shriner began his aviation career as a line serviceman for Gran-Aire, Inc. at the Timmerman Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He later graduated from Iowa Western Community College and received his Airframe and Powerplant certifiications in 2007. He started with Duncan Aviation shortly thereafter.