Lacey Smith


Lacey grew up in rural southern Iowa where she became a horse trainer as a young adult. For work, she travelled to Pittsburgh, PA for several years, then to North Carolina and eventually to Florida. Traveling to her far-flung clients led to the idea of learning to fly! She was soon hired at the local FBO, and was to promoted to customer service manager and later to supervisor.


Lacey's personal flight instructor insisted she get involved in the aviation community so she attended an EAA meeting where she met Faith. Their acquaintance quickly developed into a strong bond of friendship and support, which they felt greatly aided their progress as pilots. Seeing the need for others to have this kind of support inspired them to open the flight school. Lacey continues to work on additional ratings and enjoys hosting events for the local aviation community.

Andy Anderman


Andy Anderman has been a private pilot since the early 1960s, going on to add his instrument and commercial helicopter ratings in Army flight school in the mid-60s. He earned his multi-engine and ATP ratings in the mid-70s, and has been actively involved in aviation education ever since. He currently holds an aviation mechanic rating and gyrocopter, and instrument flight instructor certificates for gliders, rotorcraft and airplanes (single engine land and sea). 


In 2018, his lifelong pursuit was recognized by the FAA. He received the prestigious Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award, given to honor aviators for 50 years of safe flight operations. Little-known facts about Andy: he holds a Flight Engineer rating on the 727 and he is a senior parachute rigger.

Lee Shoemaker


Lee is an honorably discharged veteran and served in the United States Air Force as a jet engine mechanic on C-130 aircraft. He is a former law enforcement officer and began his career as a pilot in 2017.

He attended an accelerated flight program in Atlanta, where he earned his CFI, CFII, and MEI in only 13 months. Lee aspires to be an airline pilot, and is on track to achieve his dreams while sharing his wealth of knowledge with his instrument students. 

Don Green

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Steven Rogers


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David Morgan




David Morgan has wanted to fly for as long as he can remember. He began his flight training at the age of 15 and has been punching holes through the clouds ever since.  


After graduating from Embry-Riddle in 2019 David went straight into earning his flight hours as a certified flight instructor.


When Davids not occupying the flight deck you can catch him on the gulf fishing. David enjoys flying RC airplanes, using Flight Simulator, and going out for a sunny boat day.

Christophe Reglat

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