Avionics News December 2014 - 11
The Aircraft Electronics Association is saddened by the death of
Richard Q. Sweet, who died Oct. 22 at the age of 77. Born Nov.
11, 1936, he was a loving husband to his wife, Carol.
Sweet was a sales representative for several years at Rockwell
Collins before retiring in the early 1990s.
"Dick was one of a kind," said Bill Lambing, who worked with
Sweet at Rockwell Collins for almost 20 years. "He leaves behind
not only a caring personal family, but a treasure trove of associates
who admired what he did and how he did it. We have many cherished memories of Dick and his family."
Memorials may be made to the Karmanos Cancer Institute.
Richard Q. Sweet
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