Eugene Pierpoint, Arizona Limousines, 1955-2019

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Posted on April 10, 2019


PHOENIX, AZ — Eugene F. Pierpoint Jr., founder of Arizona Limousines and the Arizona Limousine Association, died on March 14. He was 63.

Pierpoint, who went by "Gene," in August 1979 took his experiences and knowledge from the military and created the first luxury limousine service in the state called Arizona Limousines. Gene was also the founder of the Arizona Livery Association (now known as the Arizona Limousine Association), and served as the ALA Director and President for many years. He also went on to serve on the board of the National Limousine Association for multiple terms. He became NLA Operator of the Year in 1990, Limousine & Chauffeur (LCT) Operator of the Year in 1991, and won numerous other awards and nominations.

Full Arizona Republic obituary

Related 1988 LCT Article: Gene Pierpoint Profile

Related Topics: Arizona Limousine Association, Arizona operators, deaths, memorial, obituary

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