Club Officers

2018 Board Members

Dave McLeishDave McLeish, President

  Dave has been a member of the club since he and Laurie bought their Model A in October 2013. Dave recently retired after 36 years with the U.S. Coast Guard (26 years active duty and 10 years as a civilian employee). Laurie and Dave love to travel, dabble in photography, and spend time with their two daughters, sons-in-law, and four grandchildren.

Vice President:
Scotty ScottScotty Scott, Vice President

  A car enthusiast for over 40 years, Scotty owns two Model A’s in a collection of 26 personal  restored vehicles which are driven all over the USA. Intrigued by the history/mechanical marvel of motorized vehicles, and driven by his Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Science education, no restoration project is too big or small. Repairing, sharing and motoring the vintage automobiles as a family and club member brings a lot of enjoyment to him, his wife Jeanette, and dad Bill. Scotty’s passion is further fueled through networking with the local community and nationwide club/industry members. Scotty recently retired from Lockheed Martin as the General Manager/Senior Vice President of the $3B Technical Services/Field Logistics business worldwide – Land/Air/Sea/Space/Cyber divisions.

Kevin MuellerKevin Mueller, Secretary

  I grew up in the Baltimore area. My first ride in a Model A was when I was fourteen, and I have been hooked ever since. In 1992 I acquired my first Model A, a 1930 Deluxe Roadster. Jim Kellett, a charter member of GBMAFC, introduced me to the the Model A club in 1993. I joined, of course. I have served the club in the past as Activities Chair and am presently serving my second hitch as both the club secretary and historian.

Norm Molter
Norm Molter, Treasurer

  I bought my first Model A in 1976. It was a 1931 Deluxe Roadster with twin side-mounted spares. While I was working on the chassis, the man who sold me the car was doing the body work and painting it with lacquer (Brewster Green and Black). Unfortunately I had to sell the car back to him before I even got to put the body on the chassis. I wish I had kept the original “Flying Quail” radiator cap. When I got back, I bought a 1930 Tudor sedan in 1977, had it running for a little while, and then had to sell that. But I still had my copy of “Henry’s Lady”! In 2012, I bought my current Model A, another 1930 Tudor. This one had belonged to my best friend, and a couple years after he passed away his wife asked me if I would like to buy it. Since it was this car that caused us to meet, I bought it and am in the process of restoring it. Throughout the process, I have learned some of the fundamentals of restoration, hammer and dolly work for sheet metal, TIG welding, and hot riveting. I still have a lot to learn.

National Representative:
Harvey HackHarvey Hack, National Rep.

  Harvey earned a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Penn State University. He spent a 25-year career at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in the Marine Corrosion Branch and, for the last 23 years, has worked at Northrop Grumman Undersea Systems where he is now a Technical Fellow. Harvey bought his Model A in 1971 and started the restoration, with an interruption of 25 years to raise three children with his wife, Laura.

Steve MeyerSteve Meyer, Activities

   I have a 1929 green Fordor purchased from a dealership in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. I joined the Greater Baltimore Model A Ford Club in January of 2011. I have been Activities Chair for three of those 7 years. I love to drive my Model A and have put more than 20,000 miles on it since I bought it. We have been to Vermont, the Outer Banks, Chincoteague, Charlotte, and the Hudson Valley to name a few places. See you on the road!!!

Jeff WhitsettJeff Whitsett, Membership

   Lisa and I are relatively new to the world of Model A’s. I am from Tennessee, Lisa is from California, and we met in college in Washington State. I graduated from Towson University graduate school in 2014. Lisa and I both work in Montgomery County Public Schools. Our only daughter is a sophomore in high school. We love being involved with the GBMAFC and driving our Model A, although we don’t drive as much as we’d like to. Old is new! We cherish our Model A!

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