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To all of the Utah Chapter members, I have enjoyed this opportunity to assist you and meet a handful. I am being relocted for work in May to Las Vegas and as the rules state I must step down. This will leave an open position as the Chapter Leader position. I will work this position until a replacement has been secured and ready to go!
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I'd be interested in helping out. I'm assuming no one else has stepped up yet.
Just curious...Can there be Co-Leaders?
A little about me:
I currently live in Riverton. I've been in Utah for just about 3 yrs. I work for UTA as a Rail Operations Supervisor.
I've owned a number of Memorable Fords...
My first car was a 63 econoline. Loved it.
Later I had a 76 econoline. Loved it as well.
In the mid 90s my dad handed me down his 79 F350 2wd 460 SCS. I parted with that last year unfortunately when I found the Highboy I have now. My dad bought that F350 in 1981 if I remember right. I've been a Ford Truck fan ever since.
I've owned a number of others but maybe there is a discussion to get into that some other day!
I am 45 and have 3 grown kids. The youngest is 15.
I like spending time with my family, of course working on my truck, hiking, and searching for that perfect lake to take a swim in....
I'm also a motorcycle enthusiast. I've got a 88 Goldwing and a 91 ST1100 I like to ride and maintain as well.
I used to snowboard and Mtn Bike but not recently. Maybe I can change that this winter.
I have a goal to hike to the peaks of Mt Timp, Lone Peak and Mt Olympus.
I moved here from Northern California where I grew up. (Sonoma County)
I worked for the City of Petaluma for 20 yrs before coming to Utah.
I can't say I'd know exactly what to do as the leader of the chapter but it sounds like with the help of members and other moderators I could probably figure it out.
I don't know a lot of people on here but maybe we can actually plan a gtg some day.
To answer your question, if a Chapter Leader would like to have an Assistant C.L. that's fine. However the magical, mystical powers that come along with the title are only bestowed upon, and available for use by, the Chapter Leader
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