Chuck Greenhill inducted into the EAA Hall of Fame on Nov. 9th.

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — (November 13, 2023) — Five individuals who contributed greatly to recreational aviation were honored on November 9 as they were inducted into the EAA Sport Aviation Halls of Fame during a ceremony and dinner at the EAA Aviation Center in Oshkosh.

The 2023 inductees include:
               • EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame: Neal Loving (posthumous)
               • International Aerobatic Club Hall of Fame: Lew Shattuck of Yelm, Washington
               • Warbirds of America Hall of Fame: Chuck Greenhill (posthumous)
               • Vintage Aircraft Association Hall of Fame: John Parish Sr. of Tullahoma, Tennessee
               • EAA Ultralights Hall of Fame: Paul Mather of Saint Elmo, Alabama

The EAA Sport Aviation Halls of Fame were established to honor the outstanding achievements of men and women in aviation who share the spirit of EAA and its community. Those inducted into the halls of fame are selected by their peers for myriad contributions made to their respective areas of aviation.
In addition, Jim Casper of Oshkosh received the Henry Kimberly Leadership Award that recognizes Oshkosh-area residents for volunteer service to EAA. Casper is a longtime volunteer EAA Aviation Museum docent and volunteer.
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