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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB005 (2001)

ARLB005 Three ARRL Sections to Get New Section Managers

QST de W1AW  
ARRL Bulletin 5  ARLB005
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  February 23, 2001
To all radio amateurs 

ARLB005 Three ARRL Sections to Get New Section Managers

Three ARRL sections will get new section managers, while incumbents
were declared elected in six others. All new terms begin April 1. In
Kentucky, challenger John D. Meyers, N4GNL, of Butler, outpolled
incumbent SM William L. ''Bill'' Uschan, K4MIS, and another
challenger, David W. Glass, WA4QAL.

The final tally was 244 votes for Meyers, 236 for Uschan, and 137
for Glass. Ballots were counted February 20 at ARRL Headquarters.

In Arkansas, Bob Ideker, WB5VUH, of Little Rock ran unopposed and
was declared elected to succeed Roger Gray, N5QS, who did not seek
another term. In North Texas, Larry Melby, KA5TXL, of
Dallas--appointed to take over the reins from Donald Mathis, KB5YAM,
on March 1--ran unopposed and was declared elected to a full term.

Incumbent section managers were re-elected without opposition in six
other ARRL sections. They include Cliff Hauser, KD6XH, Arizona; Jim
Lasley, N0JL, Iowa; Randy ''Max'' Wendel, KM0D, Minnesota; Malcolm
Keown, W5XX, Mississippi; Joe H. Brown, W6UBQ, Orange, and Robert
Williams, N7LKH, Wyoming. Wendel agreed to run again last year when
no other candidates came forward, and he has remained in office in
the interim. As a result, his term will run through September of
next year.

In Montana, a resolicitation for candidates will be announced in
April QST. Incumbent Darrell Thomas, N7KOR, will remain in office at
least through September.


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