Sheltair makes managerial appointments


Lisa Holland has been appointed  president of corporate strategies at Sheltair and Jack Tufano has joined the team as vice president of design and construction.

Lisa is the daughter of Sheltair founder Jerry Holland and has recently had a greater presence throughout the company.

Jerry Holland said, “Understanding the complexities of Sheltair, will allow Lisa to take on more leadership responsibility in the future. She has inherited my work ethic and I know she will continue to work hard to develop a thorough understanding of the business, to carry out my vision and long-term goals for the company.”

“Jack joins our team at a time of excitement and evolution,” said Warren Kroeppel, chief operating officer of Sheltair. “A testament to our growth has been the great expansion of not only our team, but at many of our locations where we have built numerous new hangar and office facilities including our Fort Lauderdale (FLL & FXE), Orlando (ORL), New York (FRG & FOK), Savannah (SAV) and now Colorado (BJC) locations. Jack’s role will be instrumental in our continued development and growth.”

“I was drawn to Sheltair after learning their trajectory is one of growth and expansion,” said Tufano. “And I’m thrilled at the opportunity of assembling and developing a team of professionals to support that growth.”

Sheltair began as a South Florida construction company in 1963. The company now has 18 FBOs and properties offered for lease and development at 22 airports in Florida, Georgia, New York and most recently Denver, Colorado.

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