IMC Club International, Inc. has named Steve Cunningham of Nashua, N.H., Jim Hendricks of Naples, Fla., and Michael Radomsky of Las Vegas as regional vice presidents of its Northeastern, Southern and Western Regions.
The position for Vice President Central Region is still open, club officials noted. The new regionalization map can be seen here.
“I want to welcome Jim, Mike and Steve to the IMC Club’s leadership team,” said IMC Club’s President Radek Wyrzykowski. “Their experience, energy and leadership skills will bring new momentum to fulfill our mission. It is a pleasure to see them able to provide such a service to aviation safety.”
Stephen Cunningham owns and operates Nashua Flight Simulator, which he founded in 2006 on Boire field (ASH) in Nashua, N.H. He serves as the Nashua IMC Club’s Chapter President. He formerly served as the President/CEO of the United States Aerobatic Team and as the Managing Director/CEO for the Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum & Old Rhinebeck Airshows, Inc.
Mike Radomsky learned to fly in his native South Africa, where he instructed before emigrating to the USA. He was a founding member and president of the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA). Today he is President Emeritus of that organization, a member of the Permanent Editorial Board of the Aviators Model Code of Conduct, a mission orientation pilot for Angel Flight West, and a member of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators. He serves as the Las Vegas IMC Club’s Chapter President.
Jim Hendricks owns and operates the Naples Flight Simulator Center in Florida. A graduate of Spartan College in 1972 with an aviation maintenance diploma, he has a multi-faceted background as a corporate pilot, flight and simulator instructor and an aviation consultant in the USA and Africa. He served as a regional airline captain and has experience with military and government agencies as well as with Part 121 airline and Part 135 charter. In his career he also was a jet examiner and check airman including an eight year tenure at Flight Safety International in New York and Orlando as an instructor, program manager and examiner. He also serves as the Naples IMC Club’s Chapter President.
Each regional vice president will oversee activities in their region by communicating with chapter heads, participating in teleconferences with other regional VPs, developing regional projects that help build an aviation community spirit among members, and working with the IMC Club president to identify and develop new chapters.
The IMC Club is a membership-based non-profit organization focused on instrument rated pilots and flight instructors, with a network of chapters throughout the nation. The IMC Clubs purpose is to promote instrument flying proficiency and safety. In addition to providing IFR flying tips and monthly local chapter meetings, the club’s “pro members” section now offers a new online program, The IFR Mastery Series. The IFR Mastery Series is a continuing online series of monthly workshops, each designed to improve your flying technique, general IFR knowledge and overall aviation safety.
For more information: IMCClubs.org
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