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aerospace company executive

Bruce Edward McNally, American aerospace company executive. Recipient International Assistance award Makerere University, 1973, Coaches Recognition award Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club, 1983.


McNally, Bruce Edward was born on June 14, 1937 in New York City. Son of Joseph Gerard and Dorothy Margaret (Ruth) McNally.


Student, Villanova University, 1958. Bachelor of Business Administration, St. John's University, Jamaica, New York, 1962. Master of Business Administration, University Hawaii annex, Tokyo, 1970.


Director Pan American World Airways Inc., Uganda, Japan, and Europe, 1962-1975, consultant New York City and worldwide, since 1985. Vice president Alaska Airlines, Seattle, 1975-1977. General manager Boeing Company, Tehran, Iran, 1977-1980.

Vice president Rogerson Aircraft, Irvine, California, 1980-1984. President Eagle Enterprises Inc., Seattle, since 1984. Board directors Azure Blue, Seattle, Anchor Equity Corporation, New York City.

Lecturer Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 1970-1973.


Coach Mercer Island Youth Sports Leagues. Board directors Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club. Served to captain United States Army, 1958-1960.

Member Museum Flight, Aerospace Management Association Clubs: Wings (New York City). Lodges: Rotary (local board directors).


  • Other Interests

    Golf, skin diving, flying light aircraft.


Married Florence Margaret Martin, January 8, 1966. Children: Daniel Joseph, Michael Stephen.

Joseph Gerard McNally

Dorothy Margaret (Ruth) McNally

Florence Margaret Martin

Daniel Joseph McNally

Michael Stephen McNally