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put his knowledge of batteries to good use by taking in used batteries and refurbishing and then donating them to other passionate aviators to keep many Warbirds flying. In 2017, Don received a most prestigious award: The FAA Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award, awarded only to exemplary pilots who first soloed more than 50 years ago. In addition to flying, Don also loved to read, to travel by any means, to swim and to soak in a hot tub, and to fill Helen’s bird feeders every day. He loved a good Bloody Mary, pickled okra, fried shrimp and oysters on the half shell, and strawberry- rhubarb pie with Blue Bell ice cream for dessert! He loved taking the grandkids to the farm, teaching them how to fish off the dock, and teaching them how to drive on dirt roads. He always had a story to tell — stories about his childhood, his children, his grandchildren, or even relatives long passed, and often about his flying adventures and the many interesting friends he met while on those adventures — none were boring. Don was preceded in death by his brother, Gordon. He is survived by his exceedingly patient and loving wife of 74 years, Helen; his two daughters: Donna Sue (Rich) Kaminsky of Overland Park, KS and Jeanne Louise (Rick) Rhoten of Houston, TX; 4 grandchildren: Kris Kaminsky of Macau, China, Chad Rhoten of Austin, Texas, Danny Kaminsky of Lenexa, Kansas, and Jennifer Rhoten of Conroe, Texas; and 4 great-grandchildren: Cooper and Jakoby Kaminsky of Lenexa, Kansas and Graham and Ryder Kaminsky of Macau, China. Don Grunke lived life at full throttle, seized every moment and danced with the clouds on the outskirts of heaven. He has received his very final “cleared for final.” So, “shove off Cox’n, you’re loaded!”


THE AV8 GROUP PROVIDES FAA- DER APPROVED REPLACEMENT PART FOR ACP PUSH BUTTON


ON AIRBUS A300 SERIES The Av8 Group announces it now offers an FAA-DER Approved replacement part for the Audio Control Panel (ACP) Push Button assembly. Over time with sustained and


repeated use, the locking/toggle mechanism can become worn and cause button malfunctions. Av8 provides an updated switch housing unit designed for improved durability and reliability, restoring the part to a new condition, saving the end user significant money over the cost of replacement. “We continue to add to our vast capabilities, providing our customers with the most cost-effective


replacement parts,” states Yoel Arnoni, CEO, The Av8 Group. OEM:


Cobham


OEM P/N: ACP2788AD01 LRU/SRU (P/N):


ACP2788AD01, ACP2788AE01, RMP8000AA120101 Applicable Aircraft: Airbus A318,


A319, A320, A321, A380 Series Aircraft


For more information, visit av8grp.com, or call 713-589.2668.


DALLAS AERONAUTICAL SERVICES RECEIVES ISO 9001:2015 AND AS9110 C REV C


REGISTRATIONS Dallas Aeronautical Services (DAS) announces its formal ISO 9001:2015 and AS9110 C Rev C registration through Perry Johnson Registrars Inc. (PJR).


ADVANCED DE-ICING. UNMATCHED EXPERTISE.


When icing conditions occur, rely on Goodrich®


and more efficient operations. collinsaerospace.com/deicing de-icing systems for safer


UTC Aerospace Systems and Rockwell Collins are now Collins Aerospace. © 2019 Collins Aerospace, a United Technologies company. All rights reserved.


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