Get To Know Us
If you call or visit Centennial Flyers, Tom may be the first person you speak with. He is a retired Legacy Airline Captain and a recipient of the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award. This award is the most prestigious award the FAA issues to pilots and requires more then 50 years of professionalism, skill, and aviation expertise.
Safety / IT
Scott is a current Boeing 777 Pilot and director of Safety. Contact Scott for any technical or safety related issues. email@example.com
Secretary / Treasurer
Debi is a practicing registered nurse, by trade, since 1985, and the gal behind the scenes. Debi assists Tom with many of the daily management tasks required for day -to -day operations.
THE INDEPENDENT INSTRUCTORS
Adam is a part time instructor and joins us with an expansive background. He is a Delta Air Lines Airbus 330 Pilot and an Army Attack Helicopter Pilot. He has over 8,000 flight hours and over 1,000 in Combat. He loves to share his passion for general aviation whether looking to build a career or a hobby. He holds an Airline Transport certificate with type ratings in the Boeing 777, 767, 757, Airbus 330, 320, Beach 1900, Citation 500, DC-9, and De Havilland DHC-8. He is Commercially rated in the AH-64 A, D Apache Helicopter, OH-58 A/C and Bell 206. He is a Certified Flight Instructor with Instrument Ratings. Call, email or text to get on his schedule!
Delta Air Lines 777 Pilot
Hi, I’m Spencer Mamber and I’ve been flying and instructing for more years than most of you reading this. 😉 I’m a former USAF Instructor pilot with a ATP, CFIIA, CFIME and Single Engine SEA. I also have commercial privileges in the Boeing 707/720 & Rotorcraft Helicopters. What I enjoy most is what I call Primary Instructing, taking a pedestrian and turn them into a Private Pilot. My primary vocation is being a RE/MAX Realtor, so the number of students I take on IS limited. I am an aircraft owner and after more than 8,300 hours, I still love to fly. Welcome to Centennial Flyers!
RE/MAX Masters Millennium
Wil is an active commercial pilot and flight instructor. Holding additional flight certificates in both Canada and Hungary. Additionally over the last 11 years, has been an FAA Safety Representative out of the Denver Regional FSDO
- Part time instructor (CFI) with 3650 hours total time, and 500 hours instruction given.
- Electrical Engineer and Project Manager for a small automation/controls company.
- Five years experience in part 121 airline and 135 on-demand charter. Dornier 328, CASA-212, King Air C90, and Mitsubishi MU-2.
- Part-time instructor on weekends and evenings, but can squeeze flights in on weekdays with advance notice.
- Initial training for Private Pilots, Flight Reviews, and Club Checkouts.
Brandon is a former Naval Aviator, Aerospace Engineer, and now Program Manager & part-time MEI/CFI. He is a hybrid instructor pilot educated through military and civilian flight programs, including the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and FAA Part 61, with 20 years’ flying experience.
Brandon offers integrated flight instruction, from discovery/intro flights, single and multi-engine training, to military jet aviators transitioning to general aviation. As a part-time FAA instructor pilot since 2006, he is generally available weekends, early morning/late afternoon weekdays, and potentially other times with sufficient planning.
Hi, my name is Nick and I’m excited for the possibility of flying with you! I have always had a passion for all things aviation. I am a commercial pilot, single, multi-engine, and instrument and a CFI-single engine land. I have had experience at multiple flight schools across the country part 141 and part 61. I have experience flying in coastal as well as mountain environments. My goal as your instructor would be to help you be the best, safest, and most confident pilot you can be. My favorite part about being a flight instructor is sharing my passion for aviation and learning more about what motivates my students. I am a full-time instructor, so I am happy to accommodate almost any schedule.
A retired Air Force Officer, JJ has over 20 years of experience in military, commercial, and general aviation. JJ is a part-time CFI and has a flexible schedule for working with students. With 3,000+ flying hours, JJ offers flight instruction across the spectrum to include: discovery/intro flights, basic flight training, flight reviews, instrument proficiency checks, training for advanced ratings, and transition from military to civilian aviation.
Mobile: (609) 351-1624
Hi, my is name Risto and I'm a full-time flight instructor, available to fly with you 7 days a week. I offer private pilot training, flight reviews, instrument proficiency checks, and commercial pilot training.
Cameron Mars started pursuing a life long dream of flying in 2012. Since then he has continued to increase his knowledge and obtain certificates and ratings. This includes Instrument rating, Commercial, Multi engine, CFI, CFI-IA ratings to date. He has since sold his concrete pumping business and is pursuing flight instruction on a full-time basis. He loves to fly and enjoys teaching new students. When Cameron is not instructing you can find him working on his farm and spending time with his wife, children and grand children.
Paul is a retired Continental Pilot with extensive domestic and international experience. Over 32 years of flying as Captain and First Officer on B737, B757, B767 & Flight Engineer on B727, A300. He is also a flight instructor in general aviation for over 50 years with CFI, CFII, MEI, 3000+ hrs of instruction given and 33,000+ total flight time. Paul is also the recipient of the prestigious Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award!
-Flight instruction offered from Private Pilot to ATP
-Enjoys training and mentoring pilots of all experience levels
-Available for Flight Reviews and Instrument Proficiency checks
-CPA (Colorado Pilots Association) Moutain Flying Instructor
Evan received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering and his private pilot license in the mid 1970’s. He had a varied career, retiring from law enforcement aviation in 2017. His retirement provides extremely flexible scheduling and the ability to “give back” to the aviation community as a Part 61 instructor. His patient instruction emphasizes tailoring the learning process to the novice pilot for the most safe, effective, and efficient training. His passion for aviation is contagious and motivating.