Trevor Sweeting - President
Tug pilot, glider pilot, ex tugmaster and all round good bloke. Trevor's job is to keep Bucko's enthusiasms in check and focused. He loves a challenge.
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David Fry - Vice President
David's been out of gliding for quite a while but in the mean time was an RAA CFI and achieved his GFPT. Now he's back with a vengeance - plus glider, plan and enthusiasm to burn.
Karl Spreckley - Secretary
An engineer and Astir CS pilot. Say no more because there's nothing more needs saying. Karl never argues, he'll just carefully explain to you why you're wrong.
Adrian Grose - Treasurer
Famous for his contribution, his caravan, his car and his brother. And now he's the Treasurer. Ask for the Grose boys when you visit to see what we mean.
Dayle Found - CFI
Another engineer and past president, Dayle is our CFI and resident project manager. From power upgrades to systems upgrades to running a training course, Dayle is the man. And he loves the DG 505. Its photo is in his wallet.
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Humphrey Leach - Airworthiness Administration Officer
With a previous life in the oil and gas industry, Humphrey is a long-time glider pilot, an ex-CFI, a Jabiru owner/pilot and the quintessential operator. Most of the parts to anything important are in the back of his ute.
Bill Comerford - Tug Master
Yes, you're right, another engineer. This is getting embarrassing. Bill's been flying forever and a tug pilot for nearly as long. He loves pulling gliders out of paddocks when the lift runs out - the further away the better.
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Mike Adams - Committee Member
With a background in meteorology Mike has been club logkeeper and membership officer forever. Ask him anything about weather, ops statistics, and the inability of glider pilots to fill out simple admin forms.
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Alistair Nicolson - Committee Member
New blood on the committee!! Alistair brings fresh ideas and buckets of enthusiasm.
Dennis Buckley - Committee Member
After a career in the military and the engineering industry, Dennis is now doing what he loves best. He has been flying gliders at Narrogin since 1975. With all the egos we have around, he is known as the great helmsman.