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Physical Address
3849 West Wedington Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72704

Mailing Address
PO Box 1888
Fayetteville AR, 72702

Having heard about Airways at a Walmart Shareholder event, Jerome Casey had quite a diverse employment background. From being self employed as a heavy equipment operator doing demolition and excavating for an exhibit house, being on the faculty at LSU Baton Rouge running the research shops for their Agricultural Engineering Department, to his experience in the United States Marine Corp. and as a Combat Engineer in the U.S. Army.

Jerome began his employment at Airways on April 1st, 2002. He is now an Account Manager for Airways Freight’s International Ocean Services Department. His primary focus is the export of goods that are going overseas to events, and to oversee their return. He handles oversize out-of-gauge shipments as well as the shipping of cars, trucks, and other equipment (large or small). He does a wide array of customs documents and creating ATA Carnets. He also reviews invoices and packing lists for various shipments. He loves that every day is different and that there are always new challenges.

Coming from a military family, Jerome was born at St. Albans Naval Hospital, in Queens, New York. He and his family moved to a different place about every three years. Together they either lived or traveled to various places including New York, Germany, Maine, Louisiana, England and eventually Arkansas.

He is intense, reliable and honest. He thanks his parents for being so influential in his upbringing. His Mother (who was born in Walls End Upon Tyne, England) in particular. During the time Jerome was born, his father was stationed in Korea and it was three years before he eventually got to meet him.

Jerome enjoys competitive shooting and considers marksmanship to be one of his top hobbies. He is a military enthusiast and currently the President of the Arkansas Chapter of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association. He is an avid collector of military memorabilia and the equipment associated with it. He also loves to restore military vehicles. To this day he owns and has restored 5 different vehicles including a 1952 Willy’s M38 Jeep, a 1962 M37 ¾ ton truck, a 1944 CCKW 6×6, a 1962 M35A2 6×6 and a 1990 M929A2 5-ton dump truck, plus numerous other trailers and equipment.

With the skills to drive or operate just about any type of machinery, he has also learned to fly planes and has even learned to fly a helicopter. Jerome has also worked mechanically on several historical aircrafts, one being the B-29 Fifi. At that time, it was the only one flying.

Jerome has been married to his wife Marsha Jones-Casey for nearly nine years. He proposed to Marsha, in the back of a pickup truck, at a airshow in Ft. Smith while watching the Thunderbirds perform.

His favorite quote is “Lead, follow, or get the heck out of the way”! He’s a leader in everything he does, and his accomplishments in life have made him a consummate professional in the day to day operations at Airways Freight and we are humbled and proud to work with him and all of our veterans of the United States Military.