October 2017

Plus event updates
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Newsletter of the Honeywell Retiree Social Club of Arizona

NOTE: This online version is a reformatted sub-set of the full version sent to paid-up members, with 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.

Finally, there will typically be a delay of a week or so before a new month's version is posted here; if you want to get 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 Honeywell outsources the distribution of the black-and-white paper Bridge. It is typically delivered about two weeks after the PDF eBridge is delivered by email, so apart from news being a little old, members receiving only the paper copy may miss out on first come, first served signup for upcoming events.

Regular Sections
President's Perspective
From the Editor
Fix-It Guys

Reports & Photos of Past Events
Oktoberfest  Oct 20, 2016
Tovrea Castle Tour Nov 4, 2016
Christmas Dinner Dance Dec 1, 2016
Tovrea Castle Tour Jan 20, 2017
Southwest Airlines Maintenance Hangar Tour
Jan 26, 2017
Tovrea Castle Tour Feb 11, 2017
Day at the Races
Feb 14, 2017
AZ Broadway Theatre  Menopause the Musical Feb 22, 2017
The Sanderson Village and Museum Mar 3, 2017
Orpheum Theatre Tour Mar 6 & 7, 2017
Eastern Caribbean Cruise Mar 5-12, 2017
Amazon Fulfillment Center (Warehouse) Tour Mar 10, 2017
Spring Potluck Picnic at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Mar 23, 2017
Honeywell Aero Women's Council Panel Discussion
Apr 4, 2017
Garrett Retiree Club Members' Meeting
with talk "A year in the Grand Canyon" based on recent book
Apr 5, 2017

Upcoming Events BACK TO HOMEPAGE
Oktoberfest  - New location:
Bellaire Country Club, 17233 N 45th Ave, Glendale

  - Payment deadline October 12.
Oct 18, 2017
Verde Canyon Railroad Trip
- This is now full; no tickets available.
Oct 21, 2017
Tovrea Castle Tours - November tours full - next tour date 2018
Nov 4 & 10, 2017 
RTVOS Community Service Project
    - Honeywell-sponsored work on low-income school.
    - Sign up deadline October 14.
    - Get a free lunch and T-shirt courtesy of Honeywell!
Nov 11, 2017
Christmas Dinner Dance
Dec 12, 2017
Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station Tour
  - Largest nuclear power station in the USA!

Jan 10 & 13, 2018
These dates are full—looking for new dates.
Tovrea Castle Tours  - All dates full!
Nov 4 & Nov 10 2017
Jan 12 & Feb 2, 2018

These dates are all full.
Palo Verde Nuclear Energy Education Center Tour
  - Education & live communication with the power station.
Feb TBD, 2018
Travel with Barbara Rippstein farther North to Alaska
  - By land and by sea!
Aug 5, 2018

Recurring Lunches BACK TO HOMEPAGE
The Honey-Bunch-Lunchers
Golden Corral, 5679 W Northern Ave
NOTE: This restaurant says it has no such reservation. If you know a contact for this group, or know where this group now meets, please send the information to Hotline@hrcaz.org.
(First Tuesdays of month) 11:30 AM
Bull Old-Timers Lunch Bunch
Old Country Buffet, 9620 N Metro Pkwy W
(Last lunch was Sep 21; awaiting info on future dates.)
Honeywell IAC Ole Timers
Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet, 10030 N Metro Pkwy E
Dec 14
11:15 AM

See photos from the December 8, 2016 Honeywell IAC Ole Timers lunch. (And list of attendees in photo order)

See photos from the June 13, 2017 Honeywell IAC Ole Timers lunch.

See photos from the September 13, 2017 Honeywell IAC Ole Timers Lunch.

President's Perspective

Ed Taschner

It seems we have lost touch with the Honey-Bunch-Lunchers whose monthly meetings are advertised in the Bridge. So ... I’m asking here that if you know of someone who is or was active in that group, please have them contact me so we can re-establish communications with them. If I don’t hear from anyone, we will assume this group is no longer functioning and remove reference to the Honey- Bunch-Lunchers in the Bridge.

Leadership continues to be a nagging concern because without new leaders helping with the club, the future for the club becomes unclear. Mind you, we have one of the most capable set of officers and directors currently leading the club but, we have learned that overriding personal or medical concerns have (rightfully) trumped the commitments of some individuals. We’re looking for three Directors, an Editor of this Bridge publication, a replacement for myself as President (for next year), and some soul to manage our Fix-It Guys group.

As for the Fix-It Guys, I’m sorry to announce that Clint Langford, SRC/HRSC member and leader of our Fix-It Guys group, passed away last month. He was a friend to all and is going to be missed by us and those whom his group helped over the years. Vaya con Dios, good friend.

Some changes to the Spring Picnic you may want to know about ... We have decided to hold our annual members’ meeting at the picnic in advance of the picnic itself. This is being done to reduce the work required to set up a members’ meeting and, quite frankly, is much better attended. While the picnic will still be a pot luck affair, we will have sandwiches catered and delivered to the site; more on that later.

Finally, let’s not forget our volunteer challenge in November. We are participating in a working event sponsored by Honeywell Aerospace. We’ll be working side-by-side with active Honeywell employees to help refurbish a Title 1 elementary school. No real skills required - just a big heart and some commitment to give back to our community. What a great opportunity to mix with our active employees and let them know about our retirement clubs.

Thought for the day: Isn't it scary that doctors call what they do "practice"? See you all at Oktoberfest!

The Bridge


Honeywell Retiree 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 residence.

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

A variety of information for members can be found on the HRSC website 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, minutes of board meetings, Treasurer's reports and Webmaster's reports, 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 might find something that interests you.

Do you have a new address or e-mail? Be sure to send us the updated information. Do you have any questions or comments? Address them to the editor at the email or street address below.

The HRSC email address is
Hotline@hrcaz.org and the street address is
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.


Sponsored by the Honeywell & Sperry Retiree Clubs

Fix It Guy

We can help 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.

*Warren Koepsel is the Temporary Coordinator - 480-502-0852

We can probably help and will get back to you as quickly as practicable.

We furnish the labor at no cost to you; you furnish the cost of the parts.

           Below is a list of volunteer Fix-It Guys from the East and North Valley.

East Valley

Mike Briske Frank Holman *Warren Koepsel Charlie Paine
Bob Davenport Nick Hughes Stu Mitnik Ken Probert
Mike Griffin Jim King Chuck Mottet

North Valley

Gene Kupka Lee Rippstein Dan Schott
Bob Farney Wally Secosky
Roy Newbold Ed Skutecki

Are You a Fix-It Guy?

The Fix-It Guys are looking for a person who will take over the coordinator position for this much-called-upon group of volunteers.  If you’re interested, please contact Warren Koepsel at 480-502-0852 to get all the particulars. It will be well worth your time in not only helping some of your former co-workers or their spouses, but also in keeping the Fix-It Guys services available for future calls.

Scholarships for College

Honeywell Retiree Clubs

Scholarship Foundation




The Scholarship Board is pleased to announce that twelve students received Honeywell Retiree Clubs Scholarships this year. Each student received $1100 that can be used for tuition, books, lab fees or other school related expenses.

Our new recipients

Jonathon Barkl, ASU, (Physics/Economics) Ashley Wiley, NAU, (Finance)
Kelly Daley, ASU, (Social Work) Rachael Davey, UA, (Special Education)
Jeff Unsworth, ASU, (Engineering) Samantha Huelster, UA, (Natural Resources in Wildlife Conservation)
Maureen van Dobben, ASU, (Digital Culture) Nicholas Mayers, UA, (Business Management/ Marketing)
Shelby Carter, NAU, (Elementary Education) Alayna Roberts, UA, (Civil Engineering/Math)
Davis Levy, NAU, (Business Management/Marketing) Matthew Scandura, UA, (Molecular & Cellular Biology)

Watch for more information about each of our scholarship recipients in future editions of your Club Newsletter. Scholarship applications for next year open on December 1st. We will provide more information about the application process starting next month. In the meantime, information is available as explained in the following paragraph.
The Bridge
If you have questions you can find information about our Scholarships on the website at www.hrcaz.org. Click on the Scholarships button, (found on the left side of the page), or follow this link to the Scholarships page. Our Scholarship Foundation Board Members are also happy to help.

You can call or email your Scholarship Foundation Board Members at:

Jim Redmond, Chair
(General questions)
Email: jpr.redmond@gmail.com
Phone: 623 362 2421

Gwen Scheetz, Secretary and Treasurer
(General questions & donations)
Email: scheetzgwen@cox.net
Phone: 602 616 9889

Bob Davenport, ASU Representative
Email: wrd63@cox.net
Phone: 480 560 6273

Dawn Orgill, NAU Representative
Email: dawn3@centurylink.net
Phone: 602 881 7772

Frank Holman, UofA Representative
Email: frankholman@cox.net
Phone: 602 695 2565

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Reports & Photos of Past Events



Oktoberfest Photos 1
Oktoberfest Photos 2

Tovrea Castle Tour November 4, 2016

The first 10 of 150 club members toured the castle. Demand has been so great we had to arrange 9 tours and having attended the first one I can see why. There is a fascinating history to both the grounds and the building that I will not reveal before others have gone. Suffice to say it was an enjoyable visit.  (Keith Hughes)

Tovrea Tour PhotoTovrea
                      Tour Photo 2

Photos from the Christmas Dinner Dance
December 1

Dinner-Dance photos
Dinner-Dance photos

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Tovrea Castle Tour, January 20, 2017

On a cold and cloudy day on Jan 20th, 2017 we had 22 people tour the Castle in the first of four exclusive club only tours. The group learned about the history of the castle and the surrounding area.

Tovrea multi photo

Southwest Airlines Tour – Jan 26, 2017

                      Airlines Plane

SW Plane

Fifty club members from Air Research, Garrett, Allied, Honeywell and Sperry clubs toured Southwest Airlines Maintenance Facility. The two 737-700 aircraft in the hanger were undergoing their 500 day overhaul so we were unable to go aboard but our host, Kevin Bowman did a fine job explaining the facility operation and the history of the airline. We learned how the tail of the 737-700 aircraft is too tall for the hanger so they lift the nose wheel up to drop the tail to get the aircraft in the hanger.

This was our third visit and if there is sufficient interest we will arrange another visit in a few months.

Composite Photo

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Tovrea Castle Tour, February 11, 2017

In pleasant weather conditions, 23 of us were shown around the Castle and its grounds by enthusiastic volunteers from the Tovrea Carraro Society. Many thanks to Keith Hughes for arranging this, and for warning about the Loop 202 freeway closure; as a result of his heads-up, everyone arrived by 10am! (By the way, tour guides pronounce it "Toe-vree.")

Kevin Harris

Group Photo 11FEB2017
Tovrea Bell Ring
Tovrea UnknownTovrea Harris

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club


Tuesday Feb 14, 2017

A balmy day, perfect for a horse race.  Hearts were in the air and all of us brought our special valentine.  Forty-four members and guests attended Honeywell/Sperry’s "Day at the Races". We had participants from all three retiree clubs, Honeywell, Garrett, and Sperry. I won all of the races and most members at my table won as well. The food was plentiful and good. Desserts were fabulous and filling. Leaving I felt like I could not wait until next year for this event. 


See you next year!

(Vic Fragnito)

Turf Paradise composite photo

Arizona Broadway Theatre

Menopause the Musical

February 22, 2017

Menopause Report

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

The Sanderson Village and Museum

March 3, 2017

Sanderson visit report

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Free Tour of the ORPHEUM THEATRE

March 6 & 7, 2017

Orpheum Theatre Tour Report

Eastern Caribbean Cruise

March 5-12, 2017

Caribbean Cruise Report

Amazon Fulfillment Center (Warehouse) Tour

March 10, 2017

30 members enjoyed a very enlightening tour of the Amazon "PHX6" Fulfillment Center, whose area is equivalent to 28 football fields… We started with a video overview of the process from product delivery at the fulfillment center to shipment, and then had opportunities to observe the various stages of the process at close quarters, with commentary over headsets to overcome the quite high noise levels. Many thanks to Ed Taschner for organizing this; he came down to make sure all was well at the start of the tour, even though he was not on it.

Kevin Harris

Some of tour group

2017 Spring Potluck Picnic

March 23, 2017

Picnic Report
Picnic Report Page 2

HRSC Members on
Honeywell Aero Women’s Council April 4 Panel

The Deer Valley Chapter of Honeywell Aero Women’s Council (AWC) invited five former Aerospace professional women to participate in a panel discussion attended by current Honeywell employees regarding our experiences during our careers at Honeywell. (Kaye Eibeck, Linda Darnell, Sandy Thruston, Pam Kalish, and Jan Greisiger).

Topics discussed were designed to highlight personal experiences and enlighten current employees regarding the history of women’s employment in Aerospace.  The employees that attended the event were very appreciative of our participation and that we had helped paved the way for them through our determination and dedication to our jobs.

AWC and the Women in Honeywell Engineering Network (WHEN) expressed interest in continuing to include retirees in their future events and activities.

AWC Panel

Dave Elston’s April 5 Talk on his Book
“A Year in the Grand Canyon”

Year in GCDave Elston, a third-generation Garrett employee and Grand Canyon hiker extraordinaire, gave a talk at the Garrett April 5 meeting based on his latest book, “A Year in the Grand Canyon,” published by Vishnu Temple Press. This documents his over 400 days spent in the Canyon. He provided summary highlights of his trips by chapter as follows:
  1. First Steps – found a dead body on very first hike.
  2. Thunder River – hyperthermia is no fun.
  3. Grandview Trail and Horseshoe Mesa – know when to bail out.
  4. Day Hike to prove a point – after surgery, Dave had to find out if he could still hike.
  5. Rim to Rim – information on ‘how to’ – South Rim water comes from the North Rim – water delivery system was the largest Park Service contract ever.
  6. Powell Plateau – unique – only access is North Rim – Anasazi abandoned location ~ 1150.
  7. Favorite East Rim hikes – Soap Creek, Spencer Trail, South Canyon.
  8. Clear Creek, Chevaya Falls & Human Remains – Arizona’s largest waterfall flows only seasonally – trail from Phantom Ranch – area used extensively by Native Americans.
  9. Fun on the river – commercial or private trips.
  10. Helpful tips and lessons learned – footwear, socks, pants, shirts, hats.
  11. What I have learned – Shoshone Point is the best viewpoint on the South Rim.
  12. Closing thoughts – Dave noted that about 19 people die each year at the Grand Canyon.

Anyone planning canyon hiking should refer to Dave’s book!

The Facebook page for the book is at facebook.com/ayearinthegrandcanyon.

Upcoming Events

Oktoberfest Header 2017

Wednesday October 18, 2017
Mark your Calendar

Come to the Honeywell Retirees' Oktoberfest!!!

You don't want to miss out on the Brats, Burgers and Chicken.

(Bar available; please do not bring your own beer.)

Famous chefs will be on hand to give you a delectable lunch!

If weather permits, patio doors will be open!

Mug of Beer

Iron Works at Bellaire Country Club, 17233 N 45th Ave, Glendale.
10:30am to 1pm with lunch served around 11:30am.
Cost: $13.00 per person! Bring a guest or two!

Deadline for Reservation:  October 12th

Also, there will be Split-the-pot with tickets going for $1.00 each or seven for $5.00.

Make checks payable to:  HRSC Treasurer.
Send to: Mary Barkl, 228 East St John Rd, Pho
Autumn Symbolsenix, AZ 85022.

Please note your preference in the following:

_______Brat    _______Hamburger    _______Chicken

Questions: Contact Mary Barkl - 602-863-6939, mbarkl@cox.net
or Linda Darnell - 602-538-9559.

Verde Canyon Railroad Trip

Oct 21

This is now full; no tickets available.

Verde Canyon RailroadVerde Canyon Rail PassengersWhere: Clarkdale, AZ

Time: Train Leaves Clarkdale at 1:00 PM - Round trip takes approximately 4 hours 

A first-class ticket is $85pp with sandwich/snack style food provided on board the train.

We needed 30 people to go on the trip to get our own dedicated 1st Class Car that is handicap accessible and discounted.

Train by River

Verde Canyon Rail Waiter

Non-members are always welcomed.

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Giving Back, with Honeywell and RTVOS
to Improve a Low-Income School.

Nov 11

Sign up deadline October 14.

Calling all able-bodied retirees!!! Get a T-shirt and a free lunch, courtesy of Honeywell!! In line with our “giving back” culture, your Board has embraced an opportunity to work with Honeywell Aerospace supporting Rebuilding Together, Valley of the Sun (RTVOS), a charitable organization based in Tempe. RTVOS andPool Table Aerospace have planned a working event on Saturday, November 11 at Desert Horizon Elementary School in Maryvale, a Title I school serving 100+ low-income students. Volunteers will be painting walls in 42 classrooms, the library, open spaces planned for a Create Lab, installing shelving for the infirmary, and more. It's a great opportunity to support those in need in The Valley, while spending quality time with other retirees and active employees. You may also bring along family members aged 14 or more to work on this project.

There will be a variety of work available to accommodate different skill levels, but the emphasis will be on painting. Tools and materials will be provided. We will work the morning and part of the afternoon, specific times TBD. Lunch will be provided.
RTVOS Volunteer Group
Contact Doug Metzger at
doug.metzger@cox.net or 602-319-6637 to sign up, or if you have any questions. The deadline for signup is Saturday, October 14

HRSC Dinner-Dance 12 Dec 2017

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station Tour

Jan 10 & 31, 2018

These dates are full—looking for new dates.

Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station OverviewThis is a unique opportunity to get up close to a nuclear reactor. However, this tour requires a lot of walking across a very large 4,000-acre campus so you must be physically fit. Palo Verde is located 45 miles west of Phoenix off the I10 and is the largest nuclear power plant in the United States, serving about four million people.

The Palo Verde Generating Station is located in the Arizona desert, and is the only large nuclear power plant in the world that is not located near a large body of water. The power plant evaporates the water from the treated sewage from several nearby cities and towns to provide the cooling of the steam that it produces.

Each tour is limited to 20 people and starts on site at 9am. It starts with an overview briefing before a walking tour. Lunch will be provided followed by a question and answer session to finish between 1.30pm and 2.00pm. Considering the remote location we might want to organize ride share. I will limit the tickets to 2 per member but can add additional dates if demand is there. If you are unable to go check out the Energy Education Center Trip on another page.

If interested send the following to keith8411@cox.net.  I will need your Name, number of tickets (1 or 2), club affiliation, phone number and zip code (to help ride share). Please indicate if you are willing to take passengers.

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Tovrea Castle Tours

Nov 4 & Nov 10, 2017
Jan 12 & Feb 2, 2018

These dates are all full.

Tovrea Castle

Tickets are $15 per person.

Tours are approximately 2 hours and include the historic Castle's main floor and basement, extensive grounds and cactus gardens surrounding the Castle. Most of the tour is outside riding a tram so dress warm.

The tour starts at 10 am and the grounds are cool. The tour is wheel chair accessible but no electric scooters are allowed. There are seats inside the building to rest so it is not a strenuous tour.

Guests are greeted by Tovrea Carraro Society volunteers at the Visitor Center and taken through the Carraro Cactus Gardens on a tram with a docent. The tour winds through the beautiful 44 acres, viewing the outer buildings, before arriving at Tovrea Castle.

The club would like to thank Tamera Zivic, Tovrea Carraro Society President for working with me (Keith Hughes) and allowing special group tours to fit our schedule.

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club

Palo Verde Energy Education Center Tour

Feb TBD, 2018

Palo Verde Education Center OutsideThis tour is mainly for the members unable to go on the actual Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station tour but still wanting to learn about the facility.

The Palo Verde Energy Education Center (EEC) opened in 2011. The main purpose for this facility is to serve as an emergency base of operations in the event of a crisis at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station (PVNGS), which is conveniently located 22 miles away. During non-ePalo Verde Education Center Insidemergency times, the center is used as a technical and education facility. Information from the PVNGS is displayed via live data streams and monitored closely by employees at the facility. They are able to communicate instantly with the individuals at the plant and other officials around the world if any issue arises at the nuclear plant.  At the center you will see digital maps of Palo Verde, Sample fuel rods, reactor models, emergency procedures, different reactor designs, power distribution and the use of treated water.

The center is easy to get to in Buckeye. No date has been set as I am looking to see interest. Normal days are Tuesday and Thursday and the limit is 100 people. If you are interested in going in February 2018, email keith8411@cox.net and ask to be put on the list.

Sponsored by the Sperry Retiree Club


Our group has been north to Alaska before, but this trip is different.  It is offering options.  You get to choose how you want to see Alaska and how many days you wish to spend on this trip.

13-Day Options Starting August 5, 2018
Princess offers two different 13-day cruisetours.
You will start with 2 nights in Fairbanks, then travel by motor coach to the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge for 2 nights. HotelThere you can tour Denali Park Tundra Wilderness watching for glimpses of Mount Denali as well as bear, moose caribou and Dall sheep.

The next stop is at Mount McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge for an additional 2 nights.  Relax at the Lodge hoping to catch a view of Mt. Denali, the highest peak in the United States.  You can choose from a generous offering of outdoor activities.

The Connoisseur Tour includes most meals and enhanced sightseeing.  It is escorted by a Princess host.

The Denali Explorer has the same transportation and stays at the same lodges.  You have the choice of your dining and tours for an additional price.Denali

10-Day Option Starting August 8, 2018
10-day trips can also be arranged by Ford Travel.  This option also starts in Fairbanks for 2 nights, and then travels by motor coach to Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge for 1 night.

Rail Travel - August 11, 2018
All the cruisetours (that means either the 13- or 10-day option) will enjoy the scenic rail journey through some of the best wilderness in the Great Land on the Direct-to-the-Wilderness rail service.  Once in Whittier (outside Anchorage) you’ll step from the train onto your ship for the beginning of your unforgettable 7-day cruise.

Cruise-Only Options Starting August 11
ShipThose who wish to only take the cruise will meet the cruisetours in Anchorage (Whittier) on August 11 to board the Star Princess for the cruise.  We will cruise through Hubbard Glacier and Glacier Bay.  We will make stops at Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan before sailing to Vancouver where we will disembark on August 18.

Because there are so many options, I invite you to contact Ford’s Travel.  They will send you brochures, more information and prices.

Ford’s World Travel, 10738 W. Bell Road, Sun City, AZ 85351
LOCAL - 623-933-8256   TOLL-FREE - 844-827-3721

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 recommended)

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.