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Nicholas Pierce has fond memories of flying in a Taylor Cub or Beechcraft Baron as a child, next to his grandfather Piedmont Airlines founder Tom Davis. “We were always at the airport flying something,” said Pierce, who is a pilot for American Airlines. “He liked nothing better than flying his Cub on a nice day.”
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Growing up in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Jordan Thomas got his first taste of flying at a young age. “I was probably 2 years old for my first flight,” said Thomas, a junior at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. “I remember the noise of the plane scared me, but I liked looking out of the window. Even to this day, I like looking out of the window when the plane is taking off and landing.”
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When Bert Zarb first arrived on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus in 1998 to apply for a job, the first person he met was Dottie Crawford.  
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Phyllis Jackson Parker (’83) remembers when she was one of only a few female black students attending the Daytona Beach Campus. She volunteered to be secretary for the Brothers of the Wind (BOW), Embry-Riddle's first African-American student organization, while she pursued her degree in aviation management.
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Growing up in Nevada, Autumn Tueller watched the annual Reno National Championship Air Races from her grandparents’ backyard. “The Air Races fueled my passion for the sky,” said the Prescott Campus student, whose grandparents are both private pilots. 
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Professor Emeritus Charles Otis retired from Embry-Riddle as an aviation maintenance science (AMS) instructor more than 20 years ago, but the students he taught are still fresh on his mind.
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The annual Faculty and Staff Campaign is one of the key ways the Embry-Riddle family supports its own. 
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Helen Wessel’s History of Generous Support Continues to Transform Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus.
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Standing near the College of Aviation and flight operations building on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus, Janine Ortgies recalled how happy her son, Jake Vernon, was to be studying here.
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