SAVANNAH, Ga., December 19, 2013 – Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently named Kevin
Dutton vice president, Operations Finance. He reports to Jason Aiken, senior vice president and
chief financial officer, Gulfstream.
In his new role, Dutton leads financial functions for Gulfstream Operations in the U.S. and
Mexico. Specifically, he will establish and implement financial strategies for Initial Phase and
Final Phase Manufacturing Operations as well as play a key role in the development of business
plans and targets.
Dutton joined Gulfstream in 1988 as a staff accountant. He has worked in Corporate Accounting
and Financial Planning, spending most of his time in Initial Phase Operations Finance. In 2002,
Dutton was appointed director of Materials and Production Finance. As director, he managed all
financial support for Initial Phase Manufacturing, including providing financial advice and
counsel to Gulfstream’s facility in Mexicali, Mexico.
“In the 10 years that Kevin steered the finances of Materials and Production, his financial
acumen helped drive better business decisions for the company,” Aiken said. “He will leverage
those same skills while providing strategic financial thinking and implementing programs for our
entire Operations organization that will benefit Gulfstream and our customers as the company
continues to grow.”
Dutton earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Georgia Southern University in
Statesboro and worked for five years in public accounting in the Savannah area before joining
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