Unum Appoints David Hill As New AVP Of Aviation

Monday, July 28, 2014

David Hill has joined Unum as assistant vice president of aviation, where he will oversee the company’s corporate aviation team of 13 that is based in Chattanooga.

Mr. Hill joins Unum following an 18 year career with Duke Energy in Charlotte, N.C., where he led a fleet of 10 and a team of 42.

A veteran, Mr. Hill dedicated 27 years to the U.S. National Guard, and 10 years of active duty, including one year in Iraq.

Mr. Hill received his bachelor’s degree in aviation business administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.


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