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B. Scott Andersen, NE1RD
Scott was first licensed in 2002 and, though new to amateur radio, he has spent his life working with technology. He is an avid builder and loves operating QRP, often contesting at that power level. He recently developed an itch for DXpeditioning and has operated from KH6, KP2, Deer Isle (NA-055), VP2M, V4, and the Boston Harbor Islands (NA-148).

Assistant organizer
Greg O’Brien, NE1OB
Greg's began listening to his grandfather's console radio as a child. He was first licensed as KN3JWN in 1958 at the peak of the best solar cycle in living memory. Soon after licensing, Greg built a Knight Kit T-50 to collect pink slips from Official Observers. College, the US Army, and married life got in the way until he was relicensed in 2002. Greg is an avid kit builder, ARRL Volunteer Examiner, and professional programmer.
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Andy Stewart, KB1OIQ
Andy was first licensed in January 2007 and earned his amateur extra license in January 2009.  Andy was elected President of PART in September 2009.  His interests include digital modes, CW, and kit building.  Andy is a digital logic verification engineer and an avid instructor and user of Linux.
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Bo Budinger, WA1QYM
Bo was first licensed in 1968 and in 1975 became a co-founder and first President of PART. In 2004 Bo resumed the role of President and has grown the club significantly. He is a retired physicist, holds 20 US patents, and has written over two dozen papers in the area of lighting physics and technology. Bo is also an avid railfan and collects Post World War II Lionel trains.
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Alan Lewis, K1ALL
Alan was first licensed in 2006 after retirement as a college president. An educator and researcher in optometry and physiological optics, he specialized in environmental effects on visual performance and in the clinical care of multi-handicapped infants and children. He is gradually gaining proficiency as a QRP’er on CW using a kit built as a PART club project.