(Wyo.)- Wyoming Airman Inducted Into Aviation Hall
William Cheney to be inducted into aviation hall
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame will gain another member this weekend.
William H. Cheney, whose aviation career encompassed everything from conducting wildlife surveys to managing the Guernsey Airport, will be inducted during ceremonies Saturday in Casper.
He was selected for the honor by the Hall of Fame's board of directors with the approval of the Wyoming Aeronautics Commission.
Cheney logged nearly 17,000 hours of flying time during his career, most of it at the controls of single-engine, tail-dragger aircraft.
He lives in Guernsey.
The Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame was established in 1994 to honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the establishment, development and advancement of aviation in Wyoming.
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