Dorsey McLeroy is in his 14th season with the Aeros and was named the teams Senior Vice President of Administration and Chief Financial Officer in August of 2005. His day to day responsibilities include overseeing all financial, operational and administrative areas of the team.
During his tenure, the Aeros won the Calder Cup Championship in 2003, had a change in ownership groups and moved from the now defunct International Hockey League (IHL) to the current American Hockey League (AHL).
Prior to joining the Aeros, he was the Controller with several Houston radio stations and also worked at the Houston Chronicle.
McLeroy is currently on the Board of Directors of the Houston Texas Fire Fighters Federal Credit Union. Previously he served on the Finance Committee with the International Hockey League and with the Houston Association of Radio Broadcasters. The Houston native is a Certified Public Accountant and attended Lamar University and Wharton County Junior College where he played on their respective collegiate baseball teams.
McLeroy, an avid sports fan, and his wife Susan, another Houston native, have two children, Amanda and Tyler. The family resides in Northwest Houston.