President: Jim Langsted – KCØRPS, had his Novice in 1973 and then took a 30 year vacation before getting his General and Extra in the mid 2000s. He has been active in the 285 TechConnect club and EOSS since that time. Jim enjoys learning the theory of radio design. He is active on UHF, DMR, APRS, and AllStar. The HF station has been sitting idle, but is warming up as Jim's retirement approaches.
Vice President: Mark Ehr – KØEHR, has been involved in radio and communications for 40+ years, but he didn't get his amateur radio tech license until 2019, upgrading to general/extra in 2020. He has been making up for lost time, becoming heavily involved in Summits on the Air (SOTA), local clubs, and operating on HF, VHF, and UHF using SSB, FM, CW, and digital (FT8/JS8/FT4) using portable QRP and base rigs. He is also an electronics geek, constantly creating new gadgets using microcontrollers like Raspberry Pi and Arduino. k0ehr (at) arrl.net
Secretary/Treasurer: Mark Hasseman - KEØP
Marketing/PR, Website: Jed Baer - KDØYMG, first licensed in December, 2013, currently holds a General class ticket. He mostly hangs out on 2 meters, but is working on Morse code. He enjoys building things for ham radio, particularly if it involves parts from the plumbing aisle. kd0ymg (at) arrl.net
TechNet Director: Robb Sutter - KCØZGK, is active in many aspects of ham radio. Robb loves technical aspects and hands-on projects of ham radio. Robb works hard to make the TechNet a valuable resource for all hams. goofballxx (at) comcast.net
Program Coordinator: Anthony Montoya - KØMCW, had always been interested in radio but only became licensed within the last few years. Now he is fascinated by all things radio and is actively expanding from UHF/VHF to HF bands. In addition to radio club participation, he is active in ARES (Colorado R1D6) and a member of the Edge of Space Sciences group. k0mcw (at) ultraumbra.com
Remote Station Manager: Mark Edwards – WØQL
Coffee and Doughnuts: Larry Fagan – KØMHO