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A Special Thanks to Customer and Product Support this May

A Special “Thanks” to Customer and Product Support this May


Military Appreciation Month gives Honeywell Aerospace several unique reasons to be proud. This is a month set-aside each year to honor and thank all of our courageous men and women who have served or are currently serving in the Armed Forces.

One big reason this month is so special to Honeywell Aerospace is because we play a unique and critical role for our Armed Forces. The Honeywell Aerospace Defense & Space team develops and delivers many products and services to improve the efficiency and mission-effectiveness of these special customers. I’m proud to lead the incredibly dedicated and talented Customer and Product Support employees who connect Honeywell to our military customers around the globe, from technical support to program support.

Another reason this month is so special is because many of our Customer and Product Support employees are active military members or veterans. I am proud of the service our team members have provided and proud to support the many men and women in our C&PS organization who continue to serve their countries as members of National Guard and Reserve units.

I’m moved and enthused to see how their strong commitments, behaviors and values define our culture in Customer and Product Support and Honeywell.

Please join me in thanking our Honeywell Aerospace military personnel and our customers for their service and sacrifice.

Heath Patrick
President, Americas Aftermarket

Heath became President, Aftermarket Americas for Honeywell Aerospace in 2018, where he is responsible for Honeywell’s business with defense, airlines and business jet customers. He provides strategic and tactical leadership to develop customer solutions that include turbine engines, avionics, cabin pressure systems, wheels and brakes, lighting systems, satellite communications and connected solutions and software technologies. He is also accountable for Honeywell’s Aerospace Trading business focused on delivering used serviceable material to the market. Heath joined Honeywell in 1996 and throughout his 25+ years with the company has served in numerous leadership roles of increasing responsibility. He is based in Phoenix, Arizona at Honeywell Aerospace’s global headquarters. Heath proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1987-1992 and is a licensed private pilot.


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