Your District X Staff

 
 

Alan Friedman

District X

Associate Vice President


 

About Myself


MY CONTACT

Email: PoorAlan@aol.com

Phone Number: 520.876.0232




Associate Vice Presidents

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Tim Attaway

Area of responsibility; Southern California from the Mexican Boarder to Southern Orange County.

Denny Baker

Area of responsibility; California from Merced to Oregon.

Forrest Barton

Area of responsibility; California from Sacramento to the Oregon Boarder

Kurtis Chapman

Area of responsibility; Greater Phoenix.

Duke Chung

Area of responsibility; Hawaii.

Greg Clemensen

Area of responsibility; Las Vegas and north to Cedar City Utah, south to Lake Havasu Arizona.

Alan Friedman

Phoenix to Tucson AZ.

Kevin Houser

Area of responsibility; Arizona from Eloy south.

Tim Johnson

Area of responsibility; Southern Orange County north to the southern end of the California Central Valley.

Mike Lee

Area of responsibility; Southern California’s Inland Empire.

Rick Maida

Area of responsibility; California from Merced to Oregon.

Scott Malta

Area of responsibility; California from Merced south to the southern end of the California Central Valley.

Jim Mohan

Area of responsibility; Greater Phoenix.

Todd Sheridan

Area of responsibility; Utah.

Peter Vogel

Area of responsibility; Utah.

Roger Willis

District 10 Free Flight Envoy

 
 

Alan Friedman became interested in flying radio controlled airplanes when his wife suggested he find a hobby upon retirement.  He lived in Colorado at the time and became a member of the Grand Junction, Colorado Modeleers, an AMA club, and Palm Creek RC clubs where he wintered in Casa Grande, Arizona.  He went from one airplane to taking over the majority of his garage  with over 30 planes.

He was instrumental in starting the Robson Ranch RC Flyers Club (AMA Club 5034) and was their first president.  He then worked diligently with the city of Casa Grande, Arizona for over a year to obtain a flying field on city owned land.  He then formed a non-profit corporation, The Casa Grande RC Flyers, and chartered that  AMA club (# 5100), to lease the 11 acre parcel from the city to use as an airfield.  He worked to provide club activities and raise funds for charities using flying events which were open to the public.

He has encouraged others to take up the hobby of model aviation, regardless of their experience or age, and to enjoy these leased club facilities.  He has trained almost 30 new pilots to fly model aircraft.