Airplanes, leadership and college choices

The past year gave Phil and the AIM AIR maintenance crew plenty of experience with engine changes – 7 of them to be exact! As part of being Assistant Quality Manager for the maintenance department, Phil recently completed a week long course called Quality Management Systems. Paperwork is a necessity in aircraft maintenance. Phil oftenContinue reading “Airplanes, leadership and college choices”

Ping Pong, Popcorn and Pastors

“And the winners of the Mixed Doubles Table Tennis Tournament are Jackson and EJ!” A simple ping pong ball and paddle (here they call them “bats”), a handful of enthusiastic church folks, and a table – means fellowship, exercise, and breaking down cultural barriers. When I heard that the men’s department at our church wasContinue reading “Ping Pong, Popcorn and Pastors”

11 months in and doing fine

Phil’s attention to detail has been appreciated in the AIM AIR maintenance shop.  He often gets to do the paperwork for the same reason!  He enjoys working on the planes and is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the larger picture of AIM AIR.  It’s exciting to hear about and meet the peopleContinue reading “11 months in and doing fine”

First Christmas in Kenya

“Hey, wait for me!” I heard from the kitchen.  I smiled as one of our Kenyan neighbor boys hurried to catch up to Benji.  They were all headed to the field for soccer!  While that isn’t an unusual event around here, it would be totally unusual in December in Wisconsin.  No gloves or hats orContinue reading “First Christmas in Kenya”