ST LOUIS -- Mark Weir, a 20-year Boeing veteran who joined Sabreliner Corp. last year to serve as senior director of its Ste. Genevieve, Mo. assembly operation, has been promoted to vice president of the company to oversee that facility and the nearby St. Mary, Mo. aerospace manufacturing center.
Meanwhile, Mark Stuesse, a 25-year manufacturing veteran who also joined the company last year, has been promoted to director of the St. Mary operation.
“Mark Weir has done an outstanding job at the Ste. Genevieve operation since he joined Sabreliner a year ago, and Mark Stuesse has demonstrated his commitment to meet the challenges we face as we dramatically gear up our manufacturing at St. Mary,” said Ron Herman, senior vice president, operations for Sabreliner.
Weir previously was a senior operations manager at Boeing’s San Antonio, Texas facility and a production operations manager for the E-6B program in Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuesse was named senior manager at St. Mary in October of last year and will continue to manage the operation, with responsibility for all of its parts manufacturing and processing programs. He joined Sabreliner in May, 2007 as proposal manager.
The six-year-old Ste. Genevieve facility focuses on repairing and overhauling critical flight control components for government derivatives of the Boeing 707 aircraft, including the Air Force KC-135 and the Navy E-6B.