Newsletter of the Honeywell
Retiree Social Club of
This online version is a
reformatted sub-set of the full version sent to paid-up members, with
possible updates to event information since the Bridge was distributed.
For example, it does not contain names of recent
retirees, new members, or members who have passed away, nor does it
contain the list of member email addresses which is sent out from time
to time. The full December edition of
the Bridge included a list of email
addresses for HRSC members.
Finally, there will typically be a delay of up
to a week before a new month's version is posted here; if you want to
the Bridge as it comes off the press, become a member
and request the full-color PDF version, the eBridge, which is sent by
email. Note that the black-and-white
paper Bridge is sent out by Honeywell, who outsource the task. It is
typically delivered about two weeks after the PDF eBridge is delivered
First Tuesday: Apr 5, May 3, Jun 7, Jul 5
Golden Corral, 5679 W. Northern, 11:30 am
Bull Old-Timers Lunch Bunch
Mar 15, Apr 19, May 18, Jun 15, Jul 20
Old Country Buffet, Metro Pkwy, 11:30 am
Honeywell IAC Ole Timers
Mar 7, Jun 7, Sep 7, Dec 8
Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet, 10030 N. Metro Pkwy East- 11:15 am
photos from a recent Honeywell IAC Ole Timers lunch.
In case Google ever abandons or changes Google +, all the photos can be downloded from the HRSC website as a ZIP file.
(If your browser does not automatically unzip the file and create a
folder containing all the photos as individual files, you will need to
do this manually.)
time flies, it is already March. We just completed a successful "Day at
the Races" and now we move forward to the Spring Picnic. Let's all
bring our favorite dishes to share and enjoy the picnic together. I
know we'll have a good time.
club president, has come down with a health problem which prevents her
from participating in the Club activities for the remainder of this
year. She will return as past president next year. She has done an
outstanding job as president and we are all grateful to her.
needs your help in volunteering for our open club positions, director
and secretary. If you would like to volunteer, please contact any
current board member listed.
circumstances beyond our control, we will not sponsor a general
membership meeting in April. However, we need to vote for the new board
candidates in April. The ballots will be included in the April Bridge.
Completed ballots must be returned by April 27. We will announce the
results in the May Bridge. Thank You in advance for your understanding
Social Club (HRSC) is a social organization in Arizona for Honeywell
International, Inc. retirees. This organization will be open without
regard to prior class of employment, race, creed, sex or geographical
HRSC will provide activities, programs (such as Fix-It Guys and
Scholarship Program) and projects of interest to retirees and spouses.
It will facilitate effective communications between members, other
Honeywell retiree clubs and Honeywell International, Inc. It will
provide opportunities to renew acquaintances and promote fellowship
among retirees, and will assist retirees in maintaining and enhancing
the image of Honeywell International, Inc., in the eyes of the public.
From the Editor
for members can be found on the HRSC website www.hrcaz.org
just click the menu buttons at the left of most pages. For example:
HONEYWELL HISTORY provides the history of Honeywell (now from multiple
sources), ARCHIVES offers back editions of the online Bridge
and minutes of board meetings, and EVENT SCHEDULE has the latest
information on upcoming events. The PHOENIX AREA ATTRACTIONS page has
been updated and now has many new attractions—have a look, you
find something that interests you.
you have a new address or e-mail? Be sure to send us the updated
Honeywell Retiree Social Club, 1860 W. Rose Garden Lane, Phx. AZ 85027-
If there is something that you would like to see in the newsletter,
write to the editor! We will publish it, subject to space
availability and the approval of the Board. Please address any comments
or questions to the editor at the HRSC email address Hotline@hrcaz.org
or Honeywell Retiree Social Club, 1860 W. Rose Garden Lane, Phoenix, AZ
85027-2704. Any comments or claims made within the publication are
solely the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily
express the views of Honeywell Inc. or the Directors, Officers, Staff
or members of the Honeywell Retiree Social Club of Arizona.
by the Honeywell &
Sperry Retiree Clubs
Honeywell retirees or surviving spouses with fix-it jobs around the
house that you are not able to accomplish. This will hopefully keep the
job from being a budget buster for you.
Call us at the appropriate number below and
leave a clear message giving job information, your name, telephone
number and nearest cross streets.
Nick Hughes (coordinator for East Valley
Clint Langford (coordinator for North Valley
We can probably help and will get back to you
as quickly as practical.
We furnish the labor at no cost to
you; you furnish the cost of the parts.
is a list of volunteer
Fix-It Guys from both the East and North Valley.
| Mike Briske
| Bob Davenport
| Mike Griffin
| Wally Secosky
| Matt Schuetz
Retiree Clubs Scholarship
Honeywell Retiree Clubs Scholarship Program is open and accepting
applications — but will close the application process on April 1.
Scholarships are open to students attending Arizona State University
(ASU), Northern Arizona University (NAU), or University of Arizona
(UofA), who meet the following requirements:
of an active or deceased member of the Honeywell Retiree Social Club
(HRSC) or Garrett Retirees’ Club (GRC)
semester freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student
grade point average of 3.0 or greater
For more information, go to the website at www.hrcaz.org, and click on
SCHOLARSHIPS, or contact a member of the Scholarship
MEET DANIELLE MARTINEZ
a scholarship winner from Arizona State University
It seems like I have
always wanted to work with children—and I actually started pretty
early. Like so many other children of working parents, I went to the
Boys and Girls Club’s after school program. Even though I was only in
grade school, I liked to help the other kids, and eventually became an
official volunteer. That led to a part time job with them, while I was
in high school, and led me toward my career choice—Counseling, with a focus on
children and families.
I really believe that there are many opportunities for a counselor, who
understands the needs of children and families to make a difference
early on. Many families could use a little help when the needs of
children, the demands of parenting, and a combination of other work and
life pressures stretch a small problem into a bigger, ongoing issue.
And many children need someone who can understand their needs and act
on their behalf. I am excited about my future career.
Like most college kids, I love watching football, and hanging out with
friends, although truthfully there really isn't a lot of time for that.
I'm really excited to be completing my undergraduate degree this year.
However, my career choice requires advanced degrees, so there is still
a lot of school in my future.
With the cost of tuition and books going up more and more each year, it
has really been a help receiving the Honeywell Scholarship. Thank you
all so much for this amazing program.
The Scholarship Team
wants to congratulate Danielle for her hard work. She will complete her
undergraduate degree in less than four years—great job Danielle.
Danielle’s grandmother, Dawn Orgill is especially proud of her, and all
that she has accomplished in such a short time.
Day at the Races
A perfect day in Arizona for a horse
race. Forty-one happy people wined and dined on the unlimited buffet
and then tried their luck on the horses. Many won, some lost, but all
were excited and had a great time. We had a race named after the Club
and then had the opportunity to stand in the winner's circle. The horse
was owned by the owner of Barro's Pizza and this race was the first
time this horse won. If you made the right bet, it paid $30 to win.
Hope to see everyone, and more, next year.
Tuesday Feb 23, 2016
Southwest Airlines Maintenance Facility Tour
Wednesday - March 30,
Thursday - April 21,
This is a unique opportunity to
Airlines Maintenance Facility
at Sky Harbor airport.
You will be able to walk through an aircraft and sit in the cockpit
then tour the maintenance and operation areas in a two hour guided tour.
free tour is planned for Wed March 30, 2016 at 10 am, but names of
all attendees are required in advance for security purposes. As of Jan
people have registered and will be sent event location details two
weeks before the event.
Because the demand has been so great a second day has been added on
April 21 at 10 am. New requests will be added to the April 21 date and
if anyone on the first tour would like to change let me know as it will
help balance the numbers. This second day is
expected to fill up fast, so don't delay in registering!
To register send the full names of
all in your party to Keith Hughes at email@example.com
or call 623-825-5243 for details.
Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club
|Spring Potluck Picnic
March 31, 2016
- Thursday 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
the Pot Tickets $1.00, or Seven for $5.00”
50/25/25 Split the Pot
Vista Community Park - Ramadas 8 and 9
W Thunderbird Rd, Peoria, AZ
AM until 1:00 PM with lunch served around 11:00.
a dish to share. No charge to HRSC members & guests
will be prizes and Split the Pot!
Honeywell Retiree Club will provide baked ham, rolls, coffee, tea
and water, as well as plates, utensils, condiments, etc. Attendees are
asked to bring a covered dish to share; such as a hot casserole, baked
beans, salad or dessert of your choice. Get out your favorite recipes
and prepare your specialty to share with others. We will have a beer
permit. You may bring your own beer or soft drinks if you would like. Please no glass containers. (Park Rules)
Coordinator: Pat Golic - 480-563-1978 firstname.lastname@example.org
bring 2 cans of food for the Desert Mission Food Bank
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
Thursday, May 5
It’s the late
1970s and the happy-go-lucky town of Gilbert, Texas has just been put
on the map when a crusading television reporter aims his camera at a
favorite, local “destination” - The Chicken Ranch.
Frequented by governors, senators, mayors and even victorious college
football teams for more than a century, the town is now faced with
recounting the good times as they struggle with the demise of their
best pleasure palace. Made famous by Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton, The Best
Little Whore-house In Texas is a charming, lively and genial
show that will leave you laughing for days with songs like “Girl,
You’re A Woman” “Twenty Four Hours of Lovin” and “No Lies.”
Broadway Theatre - 77th
Avenue & Paradise Lane
$55 per person (Includes dinner,
coffee, tea, show, tax, and
Please make checks payable to Sperry Retirees Club and mail
Lydia Gonzales, 7028 West Taro Lane, Glendale, AZ
85308 All checks due April
Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree
Tovrea Castle Tours
Nov 4, 11, 12 (Sold out)
Tours are approximately 2 hours and include the historic Castle's main
floor and basement, extensive grounds and cactus gardens surrounding
10 (Sold out)
Early Feb 2017
for this tour has exceeded capacity. The club purchased 54
tickets for Nov 4, 11, 12, Dec 2, 10 and all have been sold to club
members. As of Jan 22 there are six people on the waiting list and no
other tickets are available for block purchase in 2016.
for 2017 will be available mid-June 2016. If there is sufficient
interest the Sperry Club will purchase blocks of tickets for a Friday
or Saturday at 11 am for early February 2017.
Ticketes are $15 per person.
ACTION: If you
are interested please e-mail or call Keith Hughes: email@example.com or
Guests are greeted by Tovrea Carraro Society volunteers at the Visitor
Center and taken through the Carraro Cactus Gardens on a tram with a
dcent. The tour winds through the beautiful 44 acres, viewing the outer
buildings, before arriving at Tovrea Castle.
Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree
HRSC Email: Hotline@hrcaz.org
Honeywell Retiree Benefits: 1-877-258-3699 - honeywell.com/sites/retiree/
The Bridge - Published monthly except
for June, July, and August.
HRSC annual dues: $5.00 (multiple-year memberships
NOTE: HRSC sponsored
programs and events, where
payments are required in advance, will provide refunds anytime there is
no cost to the Club. We will make every effort to provide refunds when
requested; however, for some events funds have been committed by the
HRSC and will not be refunded.