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Gabelli Funds Announces Capt. Todd Insler, United Airlines Board Member as Keynote Speaker at 25th Annual Aerospace & Defense Conference

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Gabelli Funds is pleased to announce that Captain Todd M. Insler, Master Executive Council Chairman, Air Line Pilots Association, will be the featured speaker at its 25th Annual Aerospace & Defense Conference co-hosted with G.research, LLC at the Harvard Club on Thursday, September 5th.

Captain Insler has served as the representative of the United Airlines Pilots' Master Executive Council ("UALMEC") to the UAL Board since March 2016. Captain Insler was elected the Chairman of the UALMEC of the Air Line Pilots Association International in 2016, in which capacity he leads the representation of United's approximately 13,000 professional aviators. Captain Insler previously held numerous leadership positions within the Air Line Pilots Association, including as chairman of the UALMEC Grievance Committee, member of the United Pilots' System Board of Adjustment, and member of the ALPA National Information Technology Advisory Committee. Captain Insler is currently a Boeing 767 pilot for United Airlines and was formerly a pilot for Ryan International Airlines. Captain Insler is currently a Boeing 767 pilot for United Airlines. He holds a BS in Aviation Management and Flight Technology from Florida Institute of Technology.

GAMCO Investors, Inc., (GBL:NYSE), through its subsidiaries, manages open-end funds and closed-end funds (Gabelli Funds, LLC) and private advisory accounts (GAMCO Asset Management Inc.).

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