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CHAPTER OFFICERS
POSITION NAME E-MAIL & WEBSITE REMARKS
President
Paul Voorhes

president@eaa64.org

A&P-I

Vice President
Ed Hase

vp@eaa64.org

Building a Hornet and Zenith
Secretary
Bill Rohland
Actively flies a single place Quiksilver
Treasurer
Brad Jones
Young Eagles Coordinator
Larry Frey
Building an RV-7A
Newsletter Editor John Tiner newsletter@eaa64.org Ercoupe & Fly Baby, building a Zodiac 601
Webmaster
Bob McDaniel

dusterpilot@charter.net

Flies a Cessna 172 & Powered Parachutes
Immediate Past President
Rick Rehg
Flight Advisors are volunteers who can help you evaluate your readiness and skills for initial flights and will help you develop guidelines for making your own decision about your flight abilities. E-mail sent to flight-advisor@eaa64.org will contact both our certified flight advisors.
EAA Certified Flight Advisor & Tool Master
Jim Stoops
Acrosport, Cardinal, Cessna 120 and more at Aero Estates.  CFI/AP/IA who does annuals/fabric covering/metal repairs/total rebuilds/BFR's/conventional gear checkouts.
Technical Counselors are volunteers who have either built their own aircraft, completely restored one or they hold a government rating such as A&P mechanic. They are also individuals who use their knowledge to guide others with an entire project or in specific area of expertise.  By sharing their experience, they continue EAA's tradition of members helping members. Technical Counselors provide another "set of eyes" during the construction period, checking for missing components or improper installation.
Technical Counselor
Walt Hubert
MOVIE STAR--he and his SE-5 were shown in The Aviator with Matt Damen (Also owned a PT-26 based at Dutchman)
 

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