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Mr. Ted Kole

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Employment History

Owner

TheGrummanStore.com

Visual and Communication Services

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Owner

KATOUFS UNLIMITED LLC

Affiliations

Founder
IslandSites Ltd.

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Business Aviation News and Industry Updates

www.libaa.org [cached]

Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar. Pictured is the hangar that once stood in Bethpage.

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Now, 13 years later, Northrop Grumman retiree Ted Kole is working to build on the initial efforts of those volunteers. Mr. Kole, who retired last year, is hoping to raise roughly $300,000 to expand the park.
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“This expansion would attract more tourist attention and encourage more use of the park by camps, schools and the community,� Mr. Kole said.
A former media services graphic designer at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Kole was granted a license agreement by the military in 2010 to sell T-shirts, cups, hats and other items bearing the old Grumman logo. The profi t has traditionally gone to fund the Grumman Retirees Club, but Mr. Kole now plans to have a portion of those sales go toward the construction of the park.
Without community support, however, his dream may never take flight.
He is now in the process of applying for grant funding for the project through the state offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Restoration. If approved, the state would provide half the funding for the estimated $600,000 expansion. But to move forward, Mr. Kole must fi nd a nonprofi t organization to spearhead the project. He said he has been in talks with the Cradle of Aviation Museum of Garden City to help with fundraising effort, but they have not committed to the project.
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Mr. Kole also needs approval from the Town of Riverhead for the project to move forward.
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Mr. Kole is still optimistic that the community and fellow retirees will rally to help build the facilities.
“The Town of Riverhead does not have the funding to renovate the park and I do not have the ability to spearhead a project like this,� Mr. Kole said. “But I think community or business leaders might be interested in helping.�
For Mr. Kole, there is a more personal connection to the project than his own employment at the company.


Grumman retiree Ted Kole is ...

www.libaa.org [cached]

Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar. Pictured is the hangar that once stood in Bethpage. Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar.

...
Now, 13 years later, Northrop Grumman retiree Ted Kole is working to build on the initial efforts of those volunteers. Mr. Kole, who retired last year, is hoping to raise roughly $300,000 to expand the park.
...
"This expansion would attract more tourist attention and encourage more use of the park by camps, schools and the community," Mr. Kole said.
A former media services graphic designer at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Kole was granted a license agreement by the military in 2010 to sell T-shirts, cups, hats and other items bearing the old Grumman logo. The profi t has traditionally gone to fund the Grumman Retirees Club, but Mr. Kole now plans to have a portion of those sales go toward the construction of the park.
Without community support, however, his dream may never take flight.
He is now in the process of applying for grant funding for the project through the state offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Restoration. If approved, the state would provide half the funding for the estimated $600,000 expansion. But to move forward, Mr. Kole must fi nd a nonprofi t organization to spearhead the project. He said he has been in talks with the Cradle of Aviation Museum of Garden City to help with fundraising effort, but they have not committed to the project.
...
Mr. Kole also needs approval from the Town of Riverhead for the project to move forward.
...
Mr. Kole is still optimistic that the community and fellow retirees will rally to help build the facilities.
"The Town of Riverhead does not have the funding to renovate the park and I do not have the ability to spearhead a project like this," Mr. Kole said. "But I think community or business leaders might be interested in helping."
For Mr. Kole, there is a more personal connection to the project than his own employment at the company.
...
"This is a great way to carry on the legacy of Grumman," Mr. Kole said.


Grumman retiree Ted Kole is ...

www.libaa.org [cached]

Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar. Pictured is the hangar that once stood in Bethpage. Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar.

...
Now, 13 years later, Northrop Grumman retiree Ted Kole is working to build on the initial efforts of those volunteers. Mr. Kole, who retired last year, is hoping to raise roughly $300,000 to expand the park.
...
"This expansion would attract more tourist attention and encourage more use of the park by camps, schools and the community," Mr. Kole said.
A former media services graphic designer at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Kole was granted a license agreement by the military in 2010 to sell T-shirts, cups, hats and other items bearing the old Grumman logo. The profi t has traditionally gone to fund the Grumman Retirees Club, but Mr. Kole now plans to have a portion of those sales go toward the construction of the park.
Without community support, however, his dream may never take flight.
He is now in the process of applying for grant funding for the project through the state offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Restoration. If approved, the state would provide half the funding for the estimated $600,000 expansion. But to move forward, Mr. Kole must fi nd a nonprofi t organization to spearhead the project. He said he has been in talks with the Cradle of Aviation Museum of Garden City to help with fundraising effort, but they have not committed to the project.
...
Mr. Kole also needs approval from the Town of Riverhead for the project to move forward.
...
Mr. Kole is still optimistic that the community and fellow retirees will rally to help build the facilities.
"The Town of Riverhead does not have the funding to renovate the park and I do not have the ability to spearhead a project like this," Mr. Kole said. "But I think community or business leaders might be interested in helping."
For Mr. Kole, there is a more personal connection to the project than his own employment at the company.
...
"This is a great way to carry on the legacy of Grumman," Mr. Kole said.


Grumman retiree Ted Kole is ...

www.libaa.org [cached]

Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar. Pictured is the hangar that once stood in Bethpage. Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar.

...
Now, 13 years later, Northrop Grumman retiree Ted Kole is working to build on the initial efforts of those volunteers. Mr. Kole, who retired last year, is hoping to raise roughly $300,000 to expand the park.
...
"This expansion would attract more tourist attention and encourage more use of the park by camps, schools and the community," Mr. Kole said.
A former media services graphic designer at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Kole was granted a license agreement by the military in 2010 to sell T-shirts, cups, hats and other items bearing the old Grumman logo. The profi t has traditionally gone to fund the Grumman Retirees Club, but Mr. Kole now plans to have a portion of those sales go toward the construction of the park.
Without community support, however, his dream may never take flight.
He is now in the process of applying for grant funding for the project through the state offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Restoration. If approved, the state would provide half the funding for the estimated $600,000 expansion. But to move forward, Mr. Kole must fi nd a nonprofi t organization to spearhead the project. He said he has been in talks with the Cradle of Aviation Museum of Garden City to help with fundraising effort, but they have not committed to the project.
...
Mr. Kole also needs approval from the Town of Riverhead for the project to move forward.
...
Mr. Kole is still optimistic that the community and fellow retirees will rally to help build the facilities.
"The Town of Riverhead does not have the funding to renovate the park and I do not have the ability to spearhead a project like this," Mr. Kole said. "But I think community or business leaders might be interested in helping."
For Mr. Kole, there is a more personal connection to the project than his own employment at the company.
...
"This is a great way to carry on the legacy of Grumman," Mr. Kole said.


Grumman retiree Ted Kole is ...

www.libaa.org [cached]

Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar. Pictured is the hangar that once stood in Bethpage. Grumman retiree Ted Kole is hoping to build a visitors center at Grumman Memorial Park in the likeness of the old aircraft hangar.

...
Now, 13 years later, Northrop Grumman retiree Ted Kole is working to build on the initial efforts of those volunteers. Mr. Kole, who retired last year, is hoping to raise roughly $300,000 to expand the park.
...
"This expansion would attract more tourist attention and encourage more use of the park by camps, schools and the community," Mr. Kole said.
A former media services graphic designer at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Kole was granted a license agreement by the military in 2010 to sell T-shirts, cups, hats and other items bearing the old Grumman logo. The profi t has traditionally gone to fund the Grumman Retirees Club, but Mr. Kole now plans to have a portion of those sales go toward the construction of the park.
Without community support, however, his dream may never take flight.
He is now in the process of applying for grant funding for the project through the state offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Restoration. If approved, the state would provide half the funding for the estimated $600,000 expansion. But to move forward, Mr. Kole must fi nd a nonprofi t organization to spearhead the project. He said he has been in talks with the Cradle of Aviation Museum of Garden City to help with fundraising effort, but they have not committed to the project.
...
Mr. Kole also needs approval from the Town of Riverhead for the project to move forward.
...
Mr. Kole is still optimistic that the community and fellow retirees will rally to help build the facilities.
"The Town of Riverhead does not have the funding to renovate the park and I do not have the ability to spearhead a project like this," Mr. Kole said. "But I think community or business leaders might be interested in helping."
For Mr. Kole, there is a more personal connection to the project than his own employment at the company.
...
"This is a great way to carry on the legacy of Grumman," Mr. Kole said.

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