Winston Scott's New Job

Editor's note: The following memo announces the hiring of former Director of the Florida Space Authority Winston Scott at ESCG.

From: ESCG - MassMailer
Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2006 7:28 AM
Subject: Management change

From: Miller, Lon
Management change:
ESCG Employees,

After serving the ESC Group as Deputy General Manager, during a very dynamic period and bringing a great degree of stability to the organization, Larry Bourgeois has decided to retire. Fortunately for the group and for me personally, Larry has agreed to stay with ESC in a part time position, providing leadership in innovations and process improvements. I am grateful to Larry for his support and helping to ease my transition to ESC last Spring as I made my move from Huntsville.

I am pleased to announce that Mr. Winston Scott will join ESC as our new Vice President and Deputy General Manager on September 11th. Winston was most recently the Director of the Florida Space Authority, reporting to the Lt. Governor of Florida. He is a two time shuttle astronaut and naval aviator who holds a Masters degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Winston and his wife Marilyn are both from Florida, growing up in the Miami area, and will make their move to Houston in the next month.

Please join me in wishing Larry the best as he embarks on his retirement while helping us in his part time status. Also, please join me in welcoming Winston to the group.


Lon F. Miller
Sr. Vice President and General Manager ESC Group
P. O. Box 58447, Houston, TX 77258-8447
2224 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058
Office - 281 xxx-xxxx
Cell - 256 xxx-xxxx

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