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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB063 (1998)

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ARLB063 Directors, vice directors face competition

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ARRL Bulletin 63  ARLB063
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  August 26, 1998
To all radio amateurs

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ARLB063 Directors, vice directors face competition

Two ARRL directors and five ARRL vice directors face competition
this fall for their seats on the ARRL Board of Directors. The
contests are in the Central, New England, Northwestern, Rocky
Mountain, and West Gulf divisions.

* In the Central Division, for two-year terms: The candidates for
director are incumbent Edmond A. Metzger, W9PRN, of Springfield,
Illinois; Richard David Klatzco Jr, N9TQA, of Lincolnwood, Illinois;
and Henry B. Ruh, KB9FO, of Crown Point, Indiana. Running for vice
director are incumbent Howard S. Huntington, K9KM, of Hawthorn
Woods, Illinois; and Mike Hoshiko, W9CJW, of Edwardsville, Illinois.

* In the New England Division, for a two-year term: The candidates
for vice director are incumbent Michael Raisbeck, K1TWF, of
Chelmsford, Massachusetts; and Andrea T. Parker, K1WLX, of
Jeffersonville, Vermont.

* In the Northwestern Division, for a two-year term: Running for
vice director are incumbent Greg Milnes, W7AGQ, of Hillsboro,
Oregon; and Mary E. Lewis, W7QGP, of Seattle, Washington.

* In the Rocky Mountain Division, for a three-year term: The
candidates for vice director are current Director Marshall Quiat,
AG0X, of Denver, Colorado; and Marvin C. Zitting, W7MR, of Salt Lake
City, Utah.

* In the West Gulf Division, for three-year terms: The candidates
for director are incumbent Jim Haynie, W5JBP, of Dallas, Texas; and
Lawrence S. Higgins, W5UQ, of San Antonio, Texas. Running for vice
director are incumbent Barney J. Boone, KJ5AE, of Dallas, Texas; and
current Oklahoma Section Manager Coy C. Day, N5OK, of Union City,
Oklahoma.

Ballots will be distributed no later than October 1, 1998, to ARRL
full members in the affected divisions on record as of September 10,
1998. Ballots must be returned by November 20, 1998.

Several candidates for director and vice director faced no
opposition, and the Election Committee has declared them elected:

* In the Hudson Division, reelected for two-year terms: Director
Frank Fallon, N2FF, of East Williston, New York, and Vice Director
J. P. Kleinhaus, W2XX, of Cortlandt Manor, New York.

* In the New England Division, reelected for a two-year term:
Director Tom Frenaye, K1KI, of West Suffield, Connecticut.

* In the Northwestern Division, reelected for a two-year term:
Director Mary Lou Brown, NM7N, of Anacortes, Washington.

* In the Roanoke Division, reelected for two-year terms: Director
John Kanode, N4MM, of Boyce, Virginia, and Vice Director Dennis
Bodson, W4PWF, of Arlington, Virginia.

* In the Rocky Mountain Division, elected for a three-year term as
Director: Walt Stinson, W0CP, of Denver, Colorado (Stinson is the
current Vice Director).

* In the Southwestern Division, reelected for three-year terms:
Director Fried Heyn, WA6WZO, and Vice Director Art Goddard, W6XD,
both of Costa Mesa, California.

Terms of office for successful candidates begin January 1, 1999.
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