Gerald became a member with EFC in 2005. He took over the Manager position in 2012 and has worked in Maintenance and Accounting with EFC. Gerald is originally from Fort McMurray and did some of his flight training in Phoenix Arizona as well as here at EFC.
Sophia came to the Club in 2009 after completing the Mount Royal Aviation program and then working for a year at the Calgary Flying Club. Sophia became the CFI in August of 2012 and also flies part time on a Piper Navajo and Cessna Citation for a local construction company.
She is originally from the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta. In 2018, Sophia was named to Wings magazine’s Top 20 Under 40: Agent of Change. In 2019, she is Mount Royal University’s Alumni Award recipent.
Justin came to EFC in 2017 after completing his flight training at WWFC at the Kitchener / Waterloo airport (CYKF). He later obtained his seaplane rating and time on floats at Lake St. John (CNV6).
Justin was born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. He then spent 20 years in Ontario, working as a network engineer and project manager with a technologies company before changing careers into the aviation industry.
We are happy to introduce our newest AME to join the EFC team, Lew Taylor. Lew is originally from Newfoundland and moved to Edmonton in 1997. He is a proud father of 2 busy teenagers and enjoys spending time with his family in the outdoors hunting, fishing and snowmobiling!
Lew’s career started with Air Atlantic followed by Iqaluit Air, Ken Borek Air and the Alberta government. Lew was working with CanWest when the COVID19 pandemic hit and he was laid off. Lucky for that, Lew was looking for a change and EFC was looking for him!
Lew has worked on Dash 8s, 146’s, 748s, 726s, King Airs, Twin Otters and more!
Roles include; emotional support before and after flights, doorbell duty, the occasional dishwashing shift, food quality assurance sampler, and bringing as much cuteness as possible.