Wed, May 02, 2007
Industry Veteran Comes From Honeywell
Aspen Avionics, Inc. told ANN Wednesday that industry veteran
Robert Blaha has joined the Albuquerque, NM-based avionics
manufacturer as Manager of Sales. Blaha will help define and
implement Aspen Avionics' new sales, dealer and customer
Most recently, Blaha was employed by Honeywell International,
where he was Area Sales Manager for the Southwest region of the
"Robert is going to be a valuable addition to the Aspen team,"
said John Uczekaj, Aspen Avionics' President and CEO. "He has the
skills, integrity and the reputation within the dealer channel to
develop even more business for the company. In addition, Robert is
a pilot and A&P with an intuitive understanding of the needs
and opportunities within the General Aviation (GA) market."
Throughout Blaha’s career, he has held several key sales
positions for Macaw Electronics, SCI/Midland International and
Honeywell International. He has been responsible for launching
several products, building and supporting dealer programs, and
cultivating emerging GA markets.
Blaha holds a BS in Aviation Maintenance Management from Lewis
University. He is also a pilot with Commercial, Ground Instructor
and Flight Instructor certificates, as well as holding an Airframe
and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanical certificate.
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