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Banner Business: Private Aviation Work Keeps Lake Bluff Resident on the Move

After returning from a stint in the Navy during the 1960s, Denny Banner was poised to become the fourth generation of Banners to work at their eponymous boiler firm on Chicago’s North Side. But when the application for $24,000 worth of GI benefits appeared, Banner was required to check a career path.

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Denny Banner is the Go-to-Guy

For Business Aviation

There were several important events in aviation history in 1966. Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson approved the U.S. Department of Transportation, America’s SR 71 Blackbird spy plane was placed in service and Gemini 10 spacecraft was launched successfully. Of importance also, Denny Banner earned his private pilot’s license while on active duty with the U.S. Navy. He enhanced his pilot’s training under the G.I. Bill when his tour was over.

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Money Well Spent

It’s 2011 and things at work are looking up. You realize you need to be back in front of your clients, but you’re unsure if rehiring your former sales team is the right approach. So you wonder what your options are. Denny Banner, owner of Banner Aviation, would like to help you evaluate your choices.

What started as a passion that Banner pursued on the side of a successful sales career 30 years ago is now a thriving business—Banner Aviation. Banner and his wife, Susan, have owned more than 50 different jets and Turbo props, and Banner has logged over 10,000 hours of flying experience.

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