Greg Bauer, President, Fund Raising and Events Co-ordinator
Greg Bauer Greg is the founder of our chapter. If you come across a very calm, friendly, ready to listen and some one who gives real good advice on aviation (though not just restricted to aviation alone), some one who is very encouraging and ready to help out, most probably you have bumped into Greg. This private pilot and a proud owner of Mooney 201 has been the soul of our chapter. His marvelous capability to co-ordinate events, his passion for aviation and his style of mixing fun with work can be one of the case studies at Harvard. We at Fleming Field are very fortunate to have him as our president.
Bill Steier, Board Member and Young Eagle Coordinator
Bill Steier Our resident "can-do" guy. Bill has a 30-year career in aviation, specializing in aircraft mechanics. Most Saturdays will find him at the airport, either teaching others to fly, giving Young Eagle airplane rides or working on his treasured Cessna Skyhawk 172.
Gene Frank, Board Member
Gene Frank It was always fun to listen to Gene's stories on flying. One of those who is totally into aviation and boy we couldn't tell which aeroplane made him grin the most. His Breezy sounded like a riot and he is very proud of his RV too. With three home mades under his belt, have a sneaky feeling there is more to come. His knowledge of aviation is an asset to our club, be it as a pilot, an experimental aircraft enthusiast or pla(i)ne nice human being.
Jim Knutson, Board Member
Jim Knutson Whether it is peering through his telescope at distant galaxies or exploring the vast skies in a plane, Jim Knutson comes across as the guy with stars in his eyes. He is equally at home discussing Jupiter's moons and the Milky Way or piloting a plane with his son Chad on a fly out. Our chapter is fortunate to have Jim share his love of astronomy with us and introduce us to the fascinating and intriguing world of planets and galaxies far far away. We have benefited from his astute advice on various topics.