Aviation veteran Pat Fenwick named to first-ever MRO manager position at Jet Aviation at St. LouisFebruary 9, 2017
ST. LOUIS / February 9, 2017 – Jet Aviation at St. Louis has named aviation veteran Pat Fenwick to the new position of MRO manager that was created in the continuous effort to improve customer service in MRO maintenance projects.
"Pat Fenwick has the perfect combination of industry experience, expertise, technical savvy, leadership ability and passion for aviation," said Chuck Krugh, senior vice president and general manager at Jet Aviation St. Louis. "His intense focus on delivering the highest-quality product and services to customers is complemented by his ability to run an MRO maintenance operation in a spirit of teamwork and collaboration."
Fenwick is a 44-year aviation veteran – 25 of those years at Jet Aviation at St. Louis. He has deep experience across MRO, including paint, avionics, engineering flight testing, inspection, quality and warranty. Fenwick has specialized in aircraft restoration professionally and as an avocation. He restores and maintains World War II-era "warbirds," including a B-25 bomber that he and others bought and later donated to the Commemorative Air Force.
MRO Operations was reorganized recently into two teams - Maintenance and Project Management - to deliver superior maintenance and quality on customer aircraft and to drive priority customer service throughout the organization. The position of MRO manager now filled by Fenwick was created to direct Maintenance operations. Former Customer Account Representative (CAR) Bob O'Leary was named manager of Project Management. The team of CARs became project managers and now report to O’Leary.