Chairman, US Global Customer Committee
Peter has had over 32 years of experience in the aerospace business from handling line maintenance duties and lead technician responsibilities, all the way up to his current role as Chief of Maintenance for Caesars Entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada. Although he has worked with Honeywell products for many years, Peter began working directly with Honeywell via the NBAA Technical committee. In 2005, the committee launched an avionics sub-committee, of which he was an inaugural member. By working to increase the attention to avionics issues, and by working closely with operators to resolve these issues, Peter helped drive greater participation throughout the organization. This enabled a smooth transition to the Global Customer Committee when it was launched in 2009, which allowed the committee to now include worldwide participation.
Peter believes that the key value the GCC has provided him is in understanding the processes Honeywell has to go through in order to get products to market. The GCC is critical in helping Honeywell understand what customers are truly needing and valuing. When asked about the importance of the Global Customer Committee, Peter states, "Tapping into committee talent is paramount to knowing what needs to be done to make these product improvements. I'm always amazed by the amount of talent in the room.
Mechanical Vice-Chairman, US Global Customer Committee
Gordon MacSwain has over 37 years of experience in aircraft maintenance and has both his A&P license and IA. Gordon is currently the Director of Tech Services at Jet Select Aviation, A company he helped start in 2005. They manage and operate primarily Bombardier aircraft on a 135 certificate and also have a part 145 repair station. Part of his job oversees the daily operations and maintenance of newly acquired aircraft and part is helping with forecasting, planning and execution of long term and strategic changes necessary to comply with company and industry goals. He is based in Columbus Ohio but has daily contacts with multiple service providers and vendors as well as the aircraft manufactures both domestic and international. Specializing in Light and heavy maintenance on Honeywell products include GTCP, HTF and TFE families.
Born in Canada, Gordon went to Centennial College in Toronto and received his engineers license. He later became a US citizen and moved to Ohio. His hobbies include the restoration and racing of vintage sports cars and golf. He loves to have "hands on experience" when at work or at play.
Electrical Vice Chair, US Global Customer Committee
Joe Bocsy is currently the Program Manager, Avionics and Electrical Systems for NetJets. Employed by Executive Jet Aviation (the forerunner of NetJets Aviation) since 1973, he has held numerous positions within the company over the past 38 years; Parts Expeditor, Repair Coordinator, Avionics Installer, Avionics Lead, Flight Test Technician, Quality Control Inspector and Manager of Avionics within the FAR145 Repair Station, culminating in his current corporate position of Program Manager. In addition, he served in the Ohio Air National Guard as a Fire Control Technician for the A-7D aircraft for 6 years. He has been involved with the Honeywell Committee since 2008 and was recently elected to the Vice Chairman's position.
Born in Tennessee to a military family, Joe has traveled the country and the world before the family settled in the Columbus OH area. His hobbies and interests include golf, bowling, electronic "tinkering", reading, and anything involving Pittsburgh sports teams.
Pilot Vice Chair, US Global Customer Committee
Dan Frisone is Director of Flight Operations for Eaton Corporation in Cleveland Ohio. His career began at Kent State University. Dan joined Eaton in 1990 and is currently flying the Challenger 300 and Learjet 45XR. Prior to Eaton, Dan was a flight instructor in Dallas, TX and flew four years as a charter pilot for Wings, Inc. in Akron, Ohio and Corporate Wings, Cleveland Ohio. His prior experience includes the Learjet 24, 25, 31, 35; Citation 500-550; King Air and MU-2 aircraft.
Dan is currently a member of the Bombardier Challenger 300 Advisory Committee and joined the Honeywell GCC in 2010. Dan appreciates the excellent work that Steve Comstock accomplished as the first Pilot Vice-Chair on the GCC and hopes to continue the traction that was gained during Steve's tenure in addressing operational issues on the GCC.
His interests include fly fishing, hunting, and boating. Dan has been married for twenty-five years and has four children.