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Honeywell Nominates former Sen. Judd Gregg to Join Board

Honeywell’s (NYSE: HON) board of directors has nominated former Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) for election as a director.

“Judd’s leadership in public office over the past 30 years and experience with major economic, fiscal, and foreign policy makes him a terrific fit for our board, ” CEO Dave Cote said.  “As a former governor, he knows how to lead a complex agenda across a range of constituencies, manage a budget, and hold his team accountable for delivering real results.”

Gregg served New Hampshire as governor and as a senator as part of a decades-long career holding public office.

“He is a great American leader and a champion of economic reform and reducing our national debt and deficit, ” Cote said. “The company will benefit from his first-hand knowledge of foreign affairs, commitment to math and science education, and public experience, at both the state and national levels, as we continue to drive productivity and growth at Honeywell.”

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