Brown and Company USA, Inc.
655 N. Caddy Ln. Wichita, KS 67212
316-722-7821 office 316-648-5554
cell [email protected]
Marty has 45 years of independent claims experience with special emphasis on aviation related hull and liability claims, jet and reciprocal engine damages, products liability and agriculture chemical application liability claims. He has conducted on-site survey of claims both domestic and international.
Marty is a member of the Aviation Insurance Association (AIA) and a distinguished Pinnacle Award recipient. He is also a member, past President and AIA Conference Co-Chairman for the Organization of Flying Adjusters (OFA). The OFA is a trade association of professional claims adjusters, who as aviators handle all types of aviation claims on behalf of insurance companies and self insured’s. He is also a 38 year member of the Quiet Birdmen (QB) secret order fraternity.
Marty is a federally licensed pilot and utilizes his available private aircraft (Skylane and Bonanza) for the most efficient, effective and rapid response time for claims handling.
Marty’s lifetime aviation career has included being a Cost Engineer for Beech Aircraft Corporation, team member for Martin-Marietta’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Team, Technical and Training Manager and Lines Services Manager for Vickers Viscount, Lockheed Electra, Fairchild F-27s, Boeing 707s, Super G Constellations, Douglas DC-3, 4, 6 & 7, C-46, B-17 Waterbombers, A-26 Evaders, Loadstars, Learstars, Helicopters and numerous other heavy aircraft and warbirds. Following Marty’s honorable discharge from the United States Navy Reserve, he served as a Flight Line Maintenance Technician, On Flight Status, for single and multi-engine jet aircraft in the United States Airforce.
Marty and his wife of 57 years, DeeDee, reside in Wichita. They have four sons, three with aviation and aviation insurance careers. In their spare time they enjoy the travel comforts of their motorhome.
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