Enstrom Helicopter appoints new COO

Enstrom Helicopter Press Release | November 23, 2022

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Enstrom Helicopter announced they have hired Adam Richardson as their chief operating officer.

Adam Richardson. Enstrom Helicopter Photo

Richardson has over 17 years of experience in the aerospace industry, having held a variety of roles across multiple functions including quality, planning and control, and operations management. Richardson was born and raised in Indiana, joined the Marine Corps, and eventually graduated from Marine Corps Communication Electronics School in Twenty-Nine Palms, CA. He attended Purdue University majoring in mechanical engineering which spurred a job opportunity at Roll-Royce Corporation. Adam has a BS from Indiana Wesleyan in Business Management.

“Flight is something I have always been intrigued by, but never ventured into,” Richardson said. “After visiting Enstrom for the first time and seeing three helicopters on the flight line I knew I wanted this in my future!” Richardson recently started flying as a student pilot and studying for his private pilot license in an Enstrom 280FX, with aspirations to take his check ride in January. Richardson brings a wave of energy to the site and a desire to enable everyone to be at their best.

Richardson, his wife Jamie, and their two children, Ethan and Harper, look forward to exploring the Upper Peninsula and furthering their explorations of the Great Lakes including Lake Superior. They are happiest outside, exploring on foot, by boat, or driving down a trail.

This press release was prepared and distributed by Enstrom Helicopter.

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