Anthony P. Caruso, Jr. C.M.
Anthony P. (Tony) Caruso, Jr. holds a B.S. degree in Aviation Science, with a concentration in Airport Management, from Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. His diverse aviation background includes FBO management, airline operations and airport management. In addition to serving as Assistant Director for 10 years, Mr. Caruso directly oversaw the Airport's FBO, Bangor Aviation Services, which includes ramp services, fueling, aircraft maintenance, ground support maintenance, passenger services and customer services. Mr. Caruso is a FAA licensed Private Pilot and is a Certified Member through the American Association of Airport Executives.
James, returned to Maine to join the BGR team in 2013 after working at airports around the world. After graduating from Daniel Webster College where he earned his B.S. in Aviation Management and A.S. in Flight Operations, James joined the US Army as an Aviation Operations Specialist. After his service to the Army, James worked in several airport operation departments state side before traveling to Baghdad to become the Operations Supervisor/Warehouse Manager at Baghdad International Airport. At BGR, James oversees Airport's FBO, Bangor Aviation Services, which includes ramp services, fueling, aircraft maintenance, ground support maintenance, passenger services and customer services.
Risteen H. Bahr
Risteen joined the BGR Team in March 2007. She has worked in the tourism and transportation industry since 1993. She brings a wealth of marketing knowledge and experience to the Airport. Ms. Bahr's prior experience comes from seven years as the Director of Marketing for Bay Ferries, operators of the high speed ferry service from Bar Harbor and Portland. Prior to joining the ferry operation in 1999, she was the Executive Director of the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce for 6 ½ years. A Maine native and graduate of the University of Maine in Orono, she is the past Chairman of DownEast & Acadia Regional Tourism and is active in many other tourism related organizations including the Maine Tourism Association, the Greater Bangor CVB, The Maine Highlands, and the Bangor Historical Society.