Craig P. Scamehorn, AP/IA Aircraft Mechanic
At just 5 years old, Craig Scamehorn started flying the Washington skies along side his father. Years later he would earn his pilots license and go on to A & P school at Clover Park.
Continuous education in the 20 years since earning his A & P license has included PC-12 training at Pilatus Business Aircraft (Colorado), R22 Factory Training Maintenance at HTS (California), plus numerous courses with Pratt & Whitney (Canada), Flight Safety International, Dallas Airmotive and Qualimetrics to name a few.
Former positions have included Director of Maintenance for Via Jet Aircraft Maintenance (Skagit), DOM for Corporate Air Center (Skagit) and Lead Mechanic at Crossings Aviation (Tacoma Narrows). Craig lives with his wife and two children in the Skagit Valley where he enjoys building and flying RC aircraft.
Brian Fitzgerald, Aircraft Mechanic
Brian is factory trained and certified “Iceshield De-Ice Boots” installer.
He was born in California to an aviation family. His father was a pilot and has logged over 27,000 flight hours. He was raised in Anacortes and has been an aviation mechanic for 8 years. Previous experience was spent working at ViaJet (Skagit) before starting at Command Aviation. Brian lives in Bellingham with his wife and son. Brian also enjoys building and flying RC aircraft.
Tim Thon, Aircraft Mechanic
Tim received his “Repairmans Certificate” as an Avionics Technition in July 2011.
Born and raised in Bellingham, Tim spent his earlier days riding motorcycles and go carts west of the airport on the old taxi ways. He spent 32 years owning and operating a car stereo store in Mt Vernon before moving to aviation. Tim has worked many jobs at the airport including avionics installations, maintenance, and fueling. He lives in Bellingham with his wife and has 2 married children. Tim’s hobbies include motorcycles and sports cars.