Grevious, Pierce Inducted into Air Show Hall of Fame


The ICAS Foundation Air Show Hall of Fame welcomed event organizer Terry Grevious and performer Walt Pierce as its 66th and 67th newest members during ceremonies at the ICAS Convention.

Grevious helped launch the Muskegon Air Fair in 1984 and turned it into one of the most successful air shows in North America before assuming leadership for the Dayton Air Show in Ohio. Grevious was cited for his innovation, strong management skills and professionalism.

For nearly a half century, Pierce was a well-respected wing walking pilot who performed all over the U.S. and Canada in the same Stearman biplane. During the award presentation, he was recognized for his skills as an aviator and his professionalism during a career that began in the 1960s.

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The International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) is a trade association dedicated to building and sustaining a vibrant air show industry to support its membership. To achieve this goal, ICAS demands its members operate their air show business at only the highest levels of safety, professionalism, and integrity.