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Butts County EC Position

Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK
 

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

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Nancy Phillips - K4NEP
 

Congratulations, David!
Nancy


On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 5:57 AM, Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK
<backacre348@...> wrote:

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

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Ken Wallis - KM4HOS
 

OUTSTANDING!!

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From: "Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK"
To: "BC-ARES@groups.io"
Cc: "Glen Goens (KJ4TVO)", Krystle", "Mark Austin", "Sonia Sands (BC 911)", "David Benoist"
Sent: Thursday February 20 2020 5:57:51AM
Subject: [BC-ARES] Butts County EC Position

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

Dan Darsey - W4DED
 

That is great news! Congratulations David!
Dan


On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 5:57 AM, Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK
<backacre348@...> wrote:

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

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Lee McDaniel - WB4QOJ
 

Congratulations !!!!

Lee WB4QOJ
AEC Digital/PIO Paulding County ARES


On Thu, Feb 20, 2020, 7:42 AM Ken Wallis - KM4HOS <kawallis@...> wrote:
OUTSTANDING!!

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From: "Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK"
To: "BC-ARES@groups.io"
Cc: "Glen Goens (KJ4TVO)", Krystle", "Mark Austin", "Sonia Sands (BC 911)", "David Benoist"
Sent: Thursday February 20 2020 5:57:51AM
Subject: [BC-ARES] Butts County EC Position

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

Jeff Phillips - KN4FRG
 

Congratulations David!

73,

Jeff 


On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 7:54 AM Lee McDaniel - WB4QOJ <wb4qoj@...> wrote:
Congratulations !!!!

Lee WB4QOJ
AEC Digital/PIO Paulding County ARES


On Thu, Feb 20, 2020, 7:42 AM Ken Wallis - KM4HOS <kawallis@...> wrote:
OUTSTANDING!!

-----------------------------------------

From: "Buzz Kutcher - K3GWK"
To: "BC-ARES@groups.io"
Cc: "Glen Goens (KJ4TVO)", Krystle", "Mark Austin", "Sonia Sands (BC 911)", "David Benoist"
Sent: Thursday February 20 2020 5:57:51AM
Subject: [BC-ARES] Butts County EC Position

David Burnham, AK4EM, has volunteered for and been appointed to the Butts County ARES Emergency Coordinator position.  The appointment was made by David Benoist, AG4ZR, the Georgia ARRL Section Manager and has been approved by the ARRL Field Service office.

 

David was first licensed in 2010, currently holds an Amateur Extra class license and has been a member of the Butts County ARES group since 2012.  He is a member of Henry County CERT.  David is also our ARES Connect Coordinator.

 

David’s YL, Michelle is also a ham and a member of the ARCBC.  She holds a Technician Class license. 

 

“The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is appointed by the Section Manager (or at the SM's discretion, the SEC may make the appointment). 

The ARRL Emergency Coordinator is the person responsible for the ARES group at the local level. Working with local community officials, the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), and other field appointees, the EC leads his or her local ARES group through the planning, preparedness, and response phases.  Responsibilities include; Promoting and enhancing the activities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for the benefit of the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communications service.

 

Technician-class license or higher; full ARRL membership, and achievement of Level 3 qualifications. (Must, within the period of 1 year, from the issuance of this document or appointment as EC, whichever comes later, or such further time period as authorized by the SM, complete all of the requirements for Level 3 qualification.)” – ARRL Website

 

Congratulations David.

 

73,

Buzz Kutcher, K3GWK

ARCBC PIO

770-298-0451

 

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 



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Respectfully,

Jeff

Mark Clark - NI2Y
 

David, 

Congratulations and thank you.  This is all good news.  73,  Mark/NI2Y