As members of the death care community, it is our honor to serve you.
Chairman and Owner
David McComb offers Eagle's Wings Air experience in the death care industry since 1986. He was the 4th generation to operate D.O. McComb and Sons Funeral Homes which is the 2nd largest funeral home in Indiana. David is a licensed Funeral Director in Indiana and Ohio and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business from Indiana University as well as an Associates of Arts degree in Mortuary Science from Mid America College of funeral Service.
Mr. McComb is a successful entrepreneur purchasing and creating several businesses including Birkmeier Monument Company, Terra Services, Premier Preneed, Estate Security, Eagles Wings Air and Fort Wayne Financial. David has been very active in representing death care professionals as a member of Indiana State Board of Funeral and Cemetery Service and acts as Liaison to the Attorney General for 14 years.
A lifelong resident of Fort Wayne, IN, David has a great desire to give back to his community. He serves in a number of capacities with various organizations. These include Junior Achievement, Erin’s House for Grieving Children, Allen County Drive Alive Steering Committee, the Business Forum, Fort Wayne Urban League and St. Francis College School of Business. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Salin Bank and Trust Company.
President & CEO
Frank Kaiser is a founding partner, President & CEO of Eagle's Wings Air. He has nearly 20 years of aviation and airline related experience and has served death care professionals from an air transportation perspective for over ten years.
Frank earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois and successfully completed Professional Pilot Training at Flight Safety International in Vero Beach, Florida. He also served four years in the U.S. Navy, which included duty aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. America (CV-66).
Frank began his career at UPS holding a number of positions in air operations and sales. Later, he went on to serve as a corporate department head for an air transportation company with annual revenues in excess of $200M. Most recently, Frank was responsible for customer service and quality assurance at an airline serving North America. While in this role, Frank became involved with the death care community, and developed the airline's program to manage human remains. In the four years leading up to the birth of Eagle's Wings Air, he was directly responsible for the operational oversight and service delivery associated with meeting the needs of death care professionals. Today, he is honored to play an integral role in such an innovative solution for air transportation serving the death care community.