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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB036 (2001)

ARLB036 Candidates Vie for Vice Director in Three Divisions

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ARRL Bulletin 36  ARLB036
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  August 23, 2001
To all radio amateurs 

ARLB036 Candidates Vie for Vice Director in Three Divisions

There will be one new director on the ARRL Board in January.
Southwestern Division Vice Director Art Goddard, W6XD, will move up
from the back bench to succeed outgoing Director Fried Heyn, WA6WZO.
A director since 1984, Heyn has decided to not seek another term.
The only real suspense in this fall's balloting will be the outcome
of contested races for vice director in three divisions.

In the Pacific Division incumbent Vice Director Bob Vallio, W6RGG,
faces a challenge from Gerald D. Griffin, K6MD. In the Southeastern
Division, West Central Florida Assistant Section Manager Paul J.
Toth, NA4AR, and Georgia SM Nelson E. "Sandy" Donahue, W4RU, will
contend for the seat being vacated by Vice Director Evelyn Gauzens,
W4WYR, who is not seeking a new term after 22 years of service. In
the Southwestern Division, Edward J. Stearns, AA7A, and San Diego SM
Tuck Miller, NZ6T, will face off for the seat Goddard is vacating.

In addition to Goddard, those unopposed for directors' seats are
incumbents Jim Maxwell, W6CF, in the Pacific Division; Walt Stinson,
W0CP, in the Rocky Mountain Division, Frank Butler, W4RH, in the
Southeastern Division and Coy Day, N5OK, in the West Gulf Division.
Those unopposed for vice directors' positions are incumbents Warren
G. "Rev" Morton, WS7W, in the Rocky Mountain Division; and David
Woolweaver, K5RAV, in the West Gulf Division.

Ballots go out by October 1 to ARRL members on record in the
affected divisions as of September 10. The completed ballots are due
back at ARRL Headquarters by November 16.


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