Senior Field Service Engineer, Bradenton, Florida
Keith has worked in the aviation industry for 30 years. It’s a destiny he envisioned even as a teenager, one he feels fortunate he could experience. As he puts it: Carpe diem.
Skilled in general avionics electrical/mechanical for business and general aviation, he is licensed for airframe and powerplant performance and run-qualified on TAY MK 611, CF-34, P&W 118 and TPE-331 powerplants.
He is also taxi-qualified on the Canadair R.J., Gulfstream IV, SA227 and EMB 120 airframes, and holds a General Radiotelephone license from the Federal Communication Commission along with an F.A.A. sUA pilot license.
Keith has a bachelor’s degree in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle University, with an associate’s degree in Aviation Maintenance Technologies and continuing education Engineering studies at Armstrong Atlantic State University.
Certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt, he has received the Aerospace Navigator Award and Aerospace Customer Service Excellence award. In his free time, Keith enjoys anything outdoors.