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Paul Poberezny, founder of Experimental Aircraft Association, dead at 91

9:27 PM, Aug. 22, 2013

Paul Poberezny is being remembered as an aviation legend, visionary leader and down-to-earth man who loved people as much as airplanes.

The founder of the Experimental Aircraft Association died Thursday at the Evergreen Retirement Village in Oshkosh following a battle with cancer. He was 91.

Poberezny, one of the most highly decorated aviators in America, began EAA in the basement of his suburban Milwaukee home in the early 1950s and built the organization into one of the largest and most-respected aviation organizations in the world. Hundreds of thousands of visitors attend the ...

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