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SCCAA Members Album

SCCAA members and their family love their planes, general aviation community, and promoting aviation safety and education.

Vikas Kapurís personal album (with aviation pictures).

  Kelli Gant and Mike McHugh with their 1973 V35 Bonanza N3DX at Oakland Airport the day Kelli got her instrument rating. Mike is an SEL instrument pilot and has a helicopter rating.

Kelli and Mike have flown 3DX from coast to coast, Alaska to the Caymans, and into Baja. Mike and Kelli are SCCAA webmasters.
 

Buck and Eleanor Kendrick with their 1952 C170B at Smiley Creek, Idaho. Photo taken July 21, 1998 by Pat Sprick.
 


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Globe Swift N80772 s/n 175 was completely rebuilt in 1964 by 13th owners Dick and Jeanie Collins. 772 has been in at least 45 states and 5 Canadian provinces and is probably one of the few Swifts to fly north of the Arctic Circle. Dick holds Commercial SMEL, CFI, helicopter, and A&P ratings. Jeanie has a commercial SEL. Both have been licensed for over 50 years.

The Collins were early members of the Northern Calif Swift Wind. Jeanie was newsletter editor for many years. Dick retired from Hiller Helicopters experimental flight test and is always available to help solve Swift problems. 772 is hangared at San Jose.
Here is Life Member Bob Rooman flying his pride and joy, N4189F, over Santa Clara Valley around 1966. That is Mt. Hamilton under the stab.

Bob was SCCAA president in 1964 and 1980. Bob now lives in Springfield, MO.


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Dick and Jane Petty with their
C-182RG at
Elk City, ID, probably to partake of what Dick claims is the "best breakfast in Idaho!"
 
The Pettys are veteran plane campers and have camped and visited numerous back country airports in Idaho as well as other western states, Canada, Oshkosh, and who knows where else?

Erika and Dave Meinhardt with their Grumman Tiger at Santa Barbara airport.

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