Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame Spotlight: E. Paul Rembold
E. Paul Rembold*
Inducted in 1987, E. Paul Rembold became a licensed pilot in the late 1930’s and a flight instructor in the U. S. Navy during WWII. After the war, he operated a full service, fixed-base operation at the Danville Municipal Airport for more than 40 years.
He joined the Civil Air Patrol in 1942 and served as the Danville Composite Squadron Commander from 1948 to 1965. While serving with the CAP he directed emergency services and cadet educational activities.
Rembold operated a flight training facility at Danville Municipal Airport for many years and always went beyond the requirements of a normal fixed-base operator to serve the flying community.
If anyone has more information about Mr. Rembold, we’d love to add it to our archives. Feel free to email me.