February 6, 2018

Fiedorowicz, ACM part company

Bruce Fiedorowicz is no longer affiliated with the Aerospace Manufacturers Association.

Veteran Connecticut manufacturing executive Bruce Fiedorowicz is no longer affiliated with the Aerospace Manufacturers Association (ACM), a regional suppliers' lobby, authorities say.

Allen Samuel, executive director for the Rocky Hill organization whose 118 or so members make or distribute aeroparts to Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky Aircraft, Kaman and other Connecticut and western Massachusetts aerospace original-equipment producers, on Tuesday confirmed Fiedorowicz's departure as of two weeks ago. He started Jan. 1.

Samuel, a mechanical engineer due to retire in June after years as ACM's first and only executive director, declined comment about the reason for his intended successor's departure, nor would he comment about whether ACM will mount a new search for a successor.

The pair were due to work side-by-side, overseeing ACM's daily operations, until Samuel's departure.

Fiedorowicz said via email that a family member's illness prompted his decision to step aside.

He previously was director of business development at GKN Aerospace in Newington, and had been seated on Connecticut Sen. Christopher Murphy's new Manufacturing and Aerospace in Connecticut Council (MACC), whose first meeting was last Friday in Hartford.

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