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United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 11:12 am

United Airlines' Norman Reeder to Retire; Thomas Renville Will Succeed Him:

CHICAGO, June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) announced today that Norman F. (Norm) Reeder, the airline's managing director -- Hawaii
the past six years, will retire later this month after a 35-year career with the airline.

Reeder will be succeeded by Thomas J. Renville, United's current general manager of customer service in Denver.

In making the announcements, Mark Liberman, vice president-North America West Region, said, "We want to thank Norm for all the many contributions he
has made over many years to United Airlines in Hawaii and throughout our system. And at the same time we welcome Tom to his new assignment in Honolulu. He is well-qualified to lead our team forward, building on the
solid foundation Norm has put in place."

As managing director -- Hawaii, Reeder has been responsible for all of United's operations, sales and reservations in Hawaii. United operates 20
daily departures from Hawaii to the Mainland and to Japan, and the airline employs 1,800 people in Hawaii spread among Oahu, Maui, Hawaii and Kauai.

Reeder leads the Hawaii Market Team which develops strategies related to the Hawaiian market including aircraft scheduling, pricing, inventory and advertising/promotion. He also represents United on government and public policy issues in Hawaii.

Outside United, Reeder has been deeply involved in travel industry and community activities. He served as chairman of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau from 1998 to 2000.

He also has served on the boards of the Aloha United Way, St. Louis Education Foundation, Aloha Council Boy Scouts, Pacific Air Forces Civilian Advisory Council, Japan-Hawaii Economic Council, Bridge-Navy League, USS Missouri Memorial Association and the Hawaii Business Roundtable.

In his career at United, he has held numerous positions in the fields of marketing and sales, human resources and airport management in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco in addition to Honolulu. He and his wife, Jean, have two grown sons.

Renville, Reeder's successor, comes to Honolulu with more than 28 years' experience in the airline industry. He has been responsible for United's operations at Denver International Airport since September of 1995. At Denver he supervised more than 3,500 employees providing service to more than 30,000 customers a day on 320 daily outbound flights and an equal number of inbound flights.

Renville joined United in 1995 after a career that began in 1972 with Pacific Southwest Airlines and continued with US Airways. He has managed a variety of airline departments including ramp service, air freight, passenger service and operations.

Renville holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, CA. He has served as a board member of the Denver Zoo. He and his wife, Denise, have two grown sons.

Sources: UAL


Happy Retirement! We will miss you.

 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 11:18 am

Nothing personal against Norman, but will we really miss him that much?
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 11:38 am

Geez...I wish that my dad would get a press release when he retires. Geez.

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 11:55 am

He is good though.  Smile
 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 12:27 pm

How is he good? What kind of professional experience have you had working with him?

Unless you can come up with some valid answers, I think this post is another waste of our time, United Airline. What do you guys think?  Smile  Smile  Smile
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 2:48 pm

I think that DeltaSFO is right.
 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 3:15 pm

I think that DeltaSFO is right.

How is he right? What kind of professional experience have you had working with DeltaSFO?

Unless you can come up with some valid answers, I think your post is also another waste of our time. What do you guys think?  Smile  Smile  Smile

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 3:28 pm

Ahhh... I remember all the good times me and Norman, or Norm as he liked to be called had.

I remember that time I convinced him to borrow his dad's Ferrari so we could pick up my girlfriend from school. We had a helluva time. We had lunch at one of the nicest restaraunts in Chicago, went to a Cub's game, marched in a German parade... great times. Till we destroyed the Ferrari. But Norm was a better person for that.

Oh wait, that was Ferris Beuller's Day Off.

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 3:37 pm

DeltaSFO:

If you are stupid enough to reply to something that is wasting your own time, you a jerk!

And I would rather have you stop picking on my posts. You suck!

Des
 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 3:41 pm

United Airline,

Get a life. People will always reply to your stupid topics.

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 3:53 pm

Whatever. Then you all stupid.

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:16 pm

Desmond,

You better watch out, cuz when you call people stupid, Johan likes to ban you. Please remember that there is no personal attacks on each other. I mearly was calling your topic stupid. Not you. I wouldnt do that. I know better.

Get a life!

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:25 pm

Well, I NEVER attack ANYONE on the net, unless someone offends me or START talking bad things about me.

I NEVER flame anyone. Unlike many other users who do so.

I am sure Johan understands. I never attack anyone.

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:30 pm

Rolling on the Floor laughing!

 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:35 pm

Geez Boyz,

some one needs to take a CHILL PILL! Why cant you all be super cool, and super sexy?

United Airline, my fav. stupid boi (just kidding huuney)  Smile what kinda responce did u think that this topic is going to get? Now if it were me, my boifriend and I would have celebrated...hehehehe (wink wink). But seriously, I dont think that anyone gives a daaaaamn!

Well, I'm off to Dallas in the morning. Luv ya all sexy babes.  Smile  Smile

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Fri Jun 15, 2001 3:47 am

What do you think? Or do you not think? Or do you not think?

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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Fri Jun 15, 2001 4:17 am

I think Mr. Norman Reeder would be very disappointed in all this fighting over him.  Smile
 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Fri Jun 15, 2001 2:00 pm

I think the CEO of Delta is going to be very disappointed when he see someone acting like a child.  Smile  Smile  Smile
 
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RE: United Airlines'Norman Reeder To Retire

Fri Jun 15, 2001 2:44 pm

Dear United Airline,

Please be assured that we at Delta Air Lines join our brethren at United in wishing Norman Reeder the best for a happy retirement.

Sincerely,
Your Friendly Uncle Leo