People: AvStar Aviation Group Inc (AAVG.PK)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Clayton Gamber

61 2010 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Robert Wilson

53 2009 Chief Financial Officer, Vice President

Stephen Wood

41 2010 Chief Technology Officer, Director

Henry Schulle

46 Vice President, Secretary, Director, IR Contact Officer

Russell Ivy

45 2010 Director

James Short

67 2009 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Clayton Gamber

Mr. Clayton I. Gamber is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Avstar Aviation Group Inc., since August 19, 2010. He has been in the aviation business in South Florida since 1970, serving in capacities that have included Director of Maintenance, Director of Operations, Accountable Manager, executive officer, director and owner. For more than the past five years, he has served as a director and an executive officer of aviation companies in which he has been a part owner. One of these companies, Twin Town Leasing Co., d/b/a "Twin Air Calypso," filed for protection under Federal bankruptcy laws in June 2010 due to a single liability. Mr. Gamber holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Virginia Tech. He also holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot License, has over 8000 flight hours and a DC-3 Type Rating, and holds a FAA Airframe and Powerplant License. Prior to his election as an office and a director, Mr. Gamber was serving as a director and the President of Twin Air Calypso Services, Inc., a recently-formed, wholly-owned subsidiary of ours.

Robert Wilson

Mr. Robert Wilson is Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of AvStar Aviation Group Inc., since April 30, 2008. He has also served as AvStar Services' Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since July 2004. Mr. Wilson also serves as the Chief Financial Officer and Operations Principal for several broker dealers and investment banking firms where his duties include compliance with FINRA, SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, the design and implementation of accounting and operations control procedures, representing firms as witness and with FINRA examinations. He currently serves as a director and audit committee chairman for American Security Resources, Inc. and American Enterprise Development Corporation and as a consultant with The Professional Directors Institute. Mr. Wilson is a CPA and has over 15 years of experience as the owner of a certified public accounting firm, was previously a member of the FINRA Board of Arbitrators and has several FINRA and NYSE licenses. Mr. Wilson has previously served as operations compliance manager of the AIM Management Group, Vice President Compliance/Internal Audit of the Kemper Securities Group and an auditor with Price Waterhouse. Mr. Wilson is a 1977 graduate of Houston Baptist University and pursued additional studies at Georgetown University.

Stephen Wood

Mr. Stephen Wood is Chief Technology Officer, Director of AvStar Aviation Group, Inc., since September 3, 2010. For the past five years, Mr. Wood has acted as an entrepreneur. In addition to his work on behalf, Mr. Wood will continue to hold positions in three corporations, AmeriMovers Group, Inc. (CEO), Local Media Group, Inc. (CEO), and AmeriBusiness Products, Inc. (CFO/COO). In 2001 he launched his first Internet site, AmeriMovers, of 150 presently owned. Shortly thereafter AmeriMovers developed the first movers bidding tool in the world. During 2006 Local Media Group was formed to become the marketing arm for AmeriMovers and other Internet ventures. While continuing to make acquisitions for the AmeriMovers Brand, Mr. Wood established AmeriBusiness Products in 2007. AmeriBusiness Products, formerly known as AmeriBusiness Forms, holds a buyers group contract with more than 20,000 members and clients within industries. As CTO, Mr. Wood plans to incorporate technology into current business model, streamlining it and expanding it into future acquisitions.

Henry Schulle

Mr. Henry A. Schulle is Vice President, Secretary and Director of AvStar Aviation Group Inc., since February 2009. Mr. Schulle has served as AvStar Services' Vice President and a member of AvStar Services' Board of Directors since July 2006; from July 2006 until January 2008 he also served as AvStar Services' President and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Since January 8, 2004 he has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors and a principal of Martex Trading Company, a privately held company active in the oil and gas industry as well as real estate investments and development. Martex Trading Company was the controlling member of Aurora Financial Services, LLC, a FINRA-registered broker dealer that has acted as a placement agent for AvStar Services. From December 2003 until July 2004 Mr. Schulle served as a member of the Board of Directors of TexCom, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TEXC). AvStar Services acquired San Diego Airmotive from TexCom, Inc. From January 1997 to November 2003, he was President and a Director of Texas Commercial Resources, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TCRI) from its inception as a privately held company that merged with EZUtilities in 2001. Mr. Schulle continued as an officer and director of Texas Commercial Resources, Inc. through its subsequent combination with Petrosearch Energy Corporation (OTCBB: PTSG), a Houston based energy company. He served as Chairman of the Board of Unicorp, Inc., which was quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board from November 1991 until January 1998. Mr. Schulle negotiated the merger of Unicorp, Inc. with United States Refining Company, a diversified, vertically integrated petroleum refining and petrochemical company that was acquired by Houston American Energy Corp. in April 2001. From January 1998 to July 2004, Mr. Schulle was employed by Dell Computer Corporation as a database support specialist working on international assignments.

Russell Ivy

Mr. Russell Stover Ivy is Director of AvStar Aviation Group, Inc. He has served as one of the directors since April 2009, and he was Chief Executive Officer and President from April 2009 to August 2010. Mr. Ivy served as President and Chief Executive Officer of AvStar Aviation Services, Inc., controlling stockholder from January 2009 to August 2010. From January 1996 through the present, he has been a principal of the Ivy Companies, several companies that provided various merger and acquisition consulting services for various operating entities both private and public. From September 2002 to May 2004, Mr. Ivy was a principal of Seafood Anywhere, LLC., a Houston-based startup seafood distribution company supplying various types of seafood to restaurants in the Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas areas. He earned a Bachelors Degree in International Trade/Economics in 1991 from Texas Tech University.

James Short

Mr. James H. Short is an Independent Director of AvStar Aviation Group Inc., since February 2009. He has been a member of AvStar Services' Board of Directors since July 2006. Since December 2003 he has served as a member of the Board of Directors of TexCom, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TEXC). AvStar Services acquired San Diego Airmotive from TexCom, Inc. He also served as a member of the Board of Directors of Texas Commercial Resources, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TCRI) from 2001 until 2003. Mr. Short is currently a principal and Vice president of Finance & Administration for Sabine Storage & Operations, Inc., an engineering and a consulting firm specializing in the design, engineering, permitting, construction management, and operations of hydrocarbon storage facilities in subsurface salt dome formations. In addition, he is a principal and Vice President of Marketing for Sabine Resources, Inc., a surface and mineral owner of property having hydrocarbon storage potential in a salt dome formation. Mr. Short was previously associated with Energy Consultants, Inc., a natural gas marketing entity serving municipalities in South Illinois and Indiana, on an independent contractor basis, from 1984 until 2001.From 1979 to 1984, he was Senior Vice President and a director of Coronado Transmission Company with responsibilities for gas acquisition, transportation, and sales throughout the Southern States and Rocky Mountain area. Mr. Short served as Vice President of Corporate Planning and Vice President of Gas Supply, Transportation and Sales of Lovaca Gathering Company from 1972 to 1979. He was an employee of Cities Service Oil Company from 1966 to 1972. Mr. Short holds a B.S. degree from the University of Tennessee

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Clayton Gamber

43,750

Robert Wilson

--

Stephen Wood

--

Henry Schulle

--

Russell Ivy

373,125

James Short

--
As Of 30 Dec 2010

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