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Scottsdale businessman speaks at Daughters of the American Revolution meeting

Posted 11/9/22

The Grand Canyon Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, held its monthly meeting on Nov. 5, at the McCormick Scottsdale Resort.

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Scottsdale businessman speaks at Daughters of the American Revolution meeting

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The Grand Canyon Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, held its monthly meeting on Nov. 5, at the McCormick Scottsdale Resort.

Regent Stephanie Troth presided, and the meeting’s speaker, Steve Ziomek, was introduced by Vice Regent Yvonne Savage, a press release explained.

Ziomek is chairman and president of Thunderbird Field and Veterans Memorial Inc. His presentation covered the World War II history of what the now Scottsdale Airpark and Veterans Memorial was used for.

He is also a partner and board member for Global Mobility Solutions, Inc., an international corporate relocation company headquartered in Scottsdale.

After a successful career in the financial industry, he co-founded FAS Hotline and Homefair.com, the 700th commercial site on the World Wide Web, the release explained. Both of these companies were sold and brought back under the name of Global Mobility Solutions.

Today, GMS has grown into an award-winning prominent international corporate relocation company. Ziomek is the founder and principal of Your REALTY Office, a Phoenix-area residential real estate company and is the former owner of Boardroom Suites of Scottsdale.

Ziomek is a former chairman and two-term commissioner of the Scottsdale Airport Advisory Commission; a former commissioner in the Scottsdale Veterans Commission; and is a major and command pilot in the U.S. Civil Air Patrol.

He is a U.S. Coast Guard Academy graduate and former Coast Guard rescue helicopter and fixed-wing pilot. Ziomek was the recipient of the Air Medal and Coast Guard Commendation Medal and is listed on the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Wall of Honor.

For information on the DAR chapter, grandcanyonchapterdar.org.

Steve Ziomek, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Grand Canyon Chapter, Veterans Memorial Inc.