Triumph Aviation Services - NAAS Division

Management : Triumph Aviation Services - NAAS Division

Craig Rose
President

As President of Triumph Aviation Services-NAAS Division, Craig Rose is responsible for the overall accountability of the business. He establishes the division’s goals and strategies, and presides over its workforce in 25 locations. He also oversees budgets and ensures resources are properly allocated. Mr. Rose joined the predecessor company, Aircraft on Ground, Inc., in 1990, which was acquired by NAAS (North American Aircraft Services) in 2012 and then purchased by Triumph Group the same year. Prior to being named President, Mr. Rose was Vice President of Customer Service and Contract Management for the company from 2012-2015. His aerospace career began in 1990 when he was hired by Aircraft on Ground as a technician. He went on to serve as the company’s Site Manager from 1993-2000 and then Vice President of Operations from 2000-2010.                               

Mr. Rose studied at the Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and holds an FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.

Ed Derryberry

Finance

Ed Derryberry brings extensive financial management and industry experience to his position with Triumph Aviation Services-NAAS Division. He joined Triumph in 2015 and is responsible for all accounting and financial functions for the NAAS Division. Prior to Triumph, Mr. Derryberry was the COO and CFO for MSA Aircraft Products, Inc. for more than five years. Earlier executive positions include General Manager for Raabe Company, and VP of Finance for Quest Specialty Chemicals, Inc. (parent company of Raabe); CFO for Alpha Technologies, Inc. (where he also served as VP of Sales for South America and Asia); Controller for NWL Aerospace-Commercial Division; VP of Finance for Cleveland Pneumatics; and CFO of Neptune Measurement Division. He began his career as an Assistant Controller of Neptune Water Meter Company.

Mr. Derryberry earned his MBA from the University of Alabama in Birmingham and his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Tennessee, graduating with honors. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1970-1974, working in aviation supply and K-9 security.

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