Dennis StuligrossSenior Vice President, Operations
Dennis Stuligross was appointed senior vice president, Operations, on April 9, 2007. He is responsible for all Production and Completions of Gulfstream business-jet aircraft at the company’s four manufacturing facilities in the United States and one sub-assembly facility in Mexicali, Mexico. Additionally, he has company-wide oversight of all Completions Engineering efforts.
Stuligross joined Gulfstream in February 1994 as manager of Completions Re-Engineering. In 2002, following various manufacturing appointments, he became vice president of Savannah Operations and Completions Engineering, leading all operational activities in Production and Completions Manufacturing, Manufacturing Technology and Rollback Engineering.
Stuligross began his aerospace career in 1981 at GE Aircraft Engines, where he spent a decade serving in leadership roles within various disciplines, including production control, manufacturing, quality and completions. Before joining Gulfstream, he was a manager of Operations for GE Aerospace.
Stuligross earned a bachelor’s degree in material and metallurgy from the University of Michigan in 1979 and a master’s degree in business administration from Michigan State University in 1981.