The local employees of Delphinus Engineering were happy to give Betty Easley a $500 check toward the Armed Forces Day Parade Flyover. Delphinus was founded in 1994 as a small diversified service company, who works as a contractor to the Defense and Federal Markets.
Cathy Osmonovich , the supervisor for the Delphinus local group said, “The Hawthorne location is a Navy detachment, which is part of Keyport, Wash.
The company is a leading provider of services in our core competencies of Marine Engineering, Fleet Maintenance and Modernization, Information Assurance and Cyber Operations. They are a solid company and have been great in employing local personnel.”
Betty Easley was excited to accept a new donor, to help grow the funds necessary to keep the flyover tradition alive and well. Each employee stated how important the planes were in bringing a patriotic pride to the community. Osmonovich said, “We are so glad to participate in giving to this special cause and support the airport’s endeavors.”