Sherry Chaput is the owner and CEO of Avion Trace Group, a company that performs audits, reviews, and detective work for commercial aircraft. Mrs. Chaput’s penchant for (and experience with) sleuthing out missing certificates and resolving documentation inconsistencies in “back to birth trace” audits has saved aviation departments countless hours of frustration and has saved aircraft owners millions of dollars in potentially lost aircraft resale value. Her “particular set of skills” developed from a childhood obsession with records and documentation, and a combined ten year history as a technical auditor, Director of Quality and Operations for an Aviation Group, and Technical Records Manager for a commercial airframe and engine material supply company.
Our Mission Statement:
To provide our intellectual resources to our clients; so that they can be assured of their asset's safety and value.
At Avion Trace Group, we treat all of our clients with respect and confidentiality is strongly enforced. We understand all needs are individual and we offer flexibility to accommodate those needs.
There isn't a client too small or too big.
Every business has a beginning, and Avion Trace Group started in a
garage with a young girl and her father.
To keep her out of the grease and oil, her dad would set her up on the work bench. He gave her a manual and a part and asked her to find it in the volume of pages that were almost as thick as she was tall.
This would be the beginning of a rare (and hard to explain) passion for organizing and auditing. Technical documents and manuals were more interesting than a novel to her.