Brett Barrett, who had just started writing a "Maintenance Matters" column for Ground Support Worldwide, pased on Jan. 16. Barrett was station manager in the Salt Lake City, UT operation of Matheson Flight Extenders since 2001.
"Those of you who had interaction with Brett knew him as a tremendously warm individual," according to a company email. "He was passionate about everything he did, including running his station, acquiring equipment for other stations and assisting in the maintenance of our GSE."
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Barrett holds an FAA private pilot's license and senior parachute rigger's license.
Seems that I’m the only person who doesn’t know exactly what the airport of the future will be like.
He will be responsible for growing Crane’s worldwide spares and Repair and Overhaul (R&O) business.
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